Join us for Ealing Extranormal Volume 8. The event is a monthly showcase for sonically adventurous experimentation and electronics in West London. It is curated by Martin Lau (www.martinlau.net).
Saturday 16 July
7.30 – 10pm
£10 per person
£15/£10 concs. on the door.
Tickets are limited, so please remember to book your seat. Click on this link to reserve your place.
In this edition we feature sets from
“I play music and make odd sounds using electronics, found objects and guitar. I studied composition using computers as a post graduate in the early 90’s. After completing that I realised that performing live music – improvising with as little pre-planned and “off the shelf” as possible – was more interesting for me and potentially more exciting for an audience. I’ve made many solo appearances over the years performing improvised electroacoustics as well as creating live sound-design for dance, installation, theatre and film.”
For more information on Cos Chapman and his sounds visit his website
Jo-anne Cox is a creative contemporary cellist. As well as performing solo, she collaborates with other artists and musicians, playing with bands, ensembles and other performers. She is a composer of seriously sensuous work who loves cross-artform collaboration and audience interactive performance.
Jo-anne has collaborated with Ivan Riches, Penny Pepper, Oliver Cross, Drake Music, Fluid Motion Theatre Company, Together2012 and more. She is also a regular contributor to Disability Arts Online.
Listen to her work by clicking on this link
DHANGSHA is the electronic project of Aniruddha Das. His remit is to explore minimalism, repetition and fragmentation in sound. The name “Dhangsha” is from Bengali for ‘destruction,’ relating not only to the use of a RAT distortion pedal to give the illusion of damaged speakers, but a de-construction of ideas that do not have the best interests of people or communities at heart.
Find out more about the project, DHANGSHA; clink on this link
Robin the Fog
Founder member and chief strategist of Howlround, the tape-loop ‘quintet’ (myself and four reel to reel machines) that creates performances and recordings from manipulating naturally occurring sounds on vintage magnetic tape, with all additional effects and artificial reverb strictly forbidden. Our records have been compared to William Basinski (who I toured with in 2015), Burial and Selected Ambient Works-era Aphex Twin. We’ve been in session for BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction, effused as to the power of tape loops on 6Music’s The Freakier Zone, been profiled in The Wire, Electronic Sound and FACTmag.
Visit his website to find out more about him and his body of work.
There is no bar, so please bring your own refreshments.
Reserve your seat by clicking on this link .
If you are unable to pay the price of admission, we do have some free guest passes. Please contact the organisers directly through this page for a free guest pass. We have restricted the number of free guest passes; you can only apply for one free pass.
We look forward to seeing you at Ealing Extranormal Volume 8.