Thu 21 Mar 2019, 8 – 11pm
The third in a series of experimental sound nights. Bringing together explosive colour visuals, jazz and electronic dance music, Terry Edwards, False Idols, Loraine James and Ben Moon present new sound from inside the Gallery’s Foyer.
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Multi-instrumentalist Terry Edwards uses brass, saxes, guitars and percussion to describe the different atmospheres, emotions and characters of the city on his recent album Street Life (on Standard Music). Expect selections from that, his eponymous solo album plus one or two cheeky cover versions (he’s known for reinventing The Fall, Jesus & Mary Chain and Miles Davis). Hear for yourself why he’s the go-to player for PJ Harvey, Franz Ferdinand, Spiritualized, Tindersticks and many more.
False Idols are an electronic dance band from London. Their music explores isolation, disenchantment and hyper-individualism – themes that they deem symptomatic of life in the 21st Century. Their fraught relationship with the impacts of modern technology is emphasised by their form; spirited guitar riffs and crashing drums seem to rage against the synthetic sounds that ultimately control the music’s direction.
North London native Loraine James is an electronic artist/producer. A master at crafting organic textures through inorganic means, she effortlessly blends Electronica and IDM with whispers of jazz and ambience all wrapped up in the artists key avant-garde aesthetic and sensibility. Having released her debut album ‘Detail’ in 2017 and winning The Oram award in 2018, Loraine has gone on to play at Shankra Festival in Switzerland, Rye Wax and Splice Festival at Rich Mix, London.
Ben moon is an audio visual artist and designer based in London, whom has produced live visuals for a wide range of artists and events. Blending darkness and explosive colour Ben uses digital and analogue methods to produce overlapping layers of ever changing responsive animations.