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Fractal Meat Cuts Volume 1 - Album Launch

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Time 15:00
Date 07/12/14
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‘Fractal Meat Cuts Volume One’ is a new compilation of audio experiments released by ADAADAT.

Fractal Meat Cuts Volume 1 - Album Launch

Released through Adaadat.


The cuts originally featured on sound-art show ‘Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone’, broadcast live on NTS, presented by Graham Dunning.


December 07, 2014 at MKII in London.



LIVE: Stereocillia, Cullllt, Uru-Ana, AAS, Mark & Sal’s Thoughtography, Thibault Autheman, Leslie Deere, Flange Zoo.


Exhibition: Tom White, Romvelope, Jay Harper


Fractal Meat Cuts Volume One’ is a new compilation of audio experiments released by ADAADAT. The cuts originally featured on sound-art show ‘Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone’, broadcast live on NTS, presented by Graham Dunning.


The launch features live sets and installations from artists on the comp, plus an exhibition of collages from artist Jay Harper, made for the album cover.


MKII, 71-75 Powerscroft Road, London E5 0PT
Sunday 7th December, 3pm to 11pm


Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone - http://fractalmeat.wordpress.com


Adaadat – http://www.adaadat.co.uk/

NTS Radio – http://ntslive.co.uk


Graham Dunning – http://grahamdunning.com
An artist, musician and tutor working across sound, installation and performance. Presenter of Fractal Meat and compiler of the album and event.


Jay Harper – http://jasonharperarthomepage.blogspot.co.uk
London based artist working in collage and sculpture.


Tom White – http://www.tomwhitesound.com/
An artist currently based in London. His work traverses multi-media platforms including sound, experimental film and video, installation and live performance. He was recently shortlisted for the 2014 British Composer Award (Sonic Art) for Public Address, commissioned by South London Gallery and has exhibited and performed across the UK & internationally.


Romvelope – http://www.adaadat.co.uk/romvelope/
Bjorn Hattleskog’s work is located somewhere between electro acoustic music and sound sculptural bricolage. It explores the nature of feedback loops, noise and interference and their relationship with music.


Stereocillia – http://www.stereociliamusic.com/
Bristol based guitarist and composer, John Scott. John uses his guitar and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound.Over the past 10 years John has performed all over the UK and Europe with various projects.


Cullllt – http://cullllt.tumblr.com/
Zurich-based saxophonist and electronic musician who uses aspects of improvisation and noise in his varied sets.


Uru-Ana – http://uruana.wordpress.com/
Uru-Ana involves live and recorded music, noise, sound art, theatre, poetry, song, electro-acoustic soundscapes, improvisation and composed works. The main protagonists are musician / sound artist, Alex Thomas and writer / actor, Alex Walker.


AAS – http://aasgroup.net
All Everywhere All The Time, AAS creates itself through chance. AAS are sage ash and copper fire, bringers of the drone, extra-human changelings, scourge of the future.


Mark & Sal’s Thoughtography – http://markwagnermusic.blogspot.co.uk/
Sal uses turntables and records sourcing and playing spontaneous pieces of abstract, composition, found and broadcasted sound. Mark takes the signal and deconstructs it adding feedback loops, saturation, density. Together they create spontaneous & seamless soundtracks… and sometimes they sing.


Thibault Autheman – http://flux-agency.tumblr.com/
The source of the accident is unknown. The resulting commotions are a series of audio signals propagating at variable velocities. Thibault Autheman is a French artist based in London.


Leslie Deere – http://www.lesliedeere.com/

Leslie’s recent compositional work has been focused on field recordings, found cassette tape and collage using vintage analogue processing. She currently has an 8 Channel installation situated in a 3000 sq ft warehouse space in Stoke as part of a new residency called KULES.


Flange Zoo – http://flangezoo.bandcamp.com/
Musical mythical animals: inter-dimensional fiends using multi-effects, stylophone, recorder, hand-designed ‘Tube-Fox’ Didgeridoo, and other amplified interferences to issue warnings to humankind.


Address: 71-75 Powerscroft Rd.,, London
Fractal Meat Cuts Volume One - Album Launch

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