Join us for Ealing Extranormal Volume 9. 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 17 September
7.30 – 10pm
£10 per person
£15/£10 concs. on the door.
Please remember to book your seat; we have limited tickets. Click on this link to reserve your place.
In this edition we feature sets from
Tarik explores the possibilities of Listening through field recordings, experimental music and free improvisation. Take the opportunity of listening to their work by clicking on the link
Swilly is either off-kilter guitar accompanied ranting half-songs covering various obsessions and concerns of its sole member, or loops of noise, soundscapes and rhythm with more ranting.
This evening he will be in more soundscape-y territory.
To listen to his sound – click here
Georgina Brett uses her voice and effects pedals to create her music which creates instant choirs of sound, often in an hypnotic style. The point of this music is not only to captivate with extraordinary timing and melodic style but also to help the listener to relax, in our ever-increasingly distracted world. Her double album Nonsense A and Nonsense B is of purely vocal works with no ‘deliberate’ words or lyrics. The albums show the voice as an instrument, and as a vehicle for emotional expression. They play with the idea that we like to interpret and are always listening for meaning instead of just listening.
“So much music is made in order to make us feel something so as to manipulate us to buy or to follow.. this album let’s your thoughts be whatever they want to be.”Georgina Brett
Black Arrows is multidisciplinary artist. Alice Karveli, tearing rips through the fabric of Spacetime with sonic implements, sometimes gently, sometimes harshly, at times solo and others collaboratively.
We look forward to seeing you at Ealing Extranormal Volume 9.