Bit-Phalanx and Coppe’ this October

Old friends Bit-Phalanx are returning to the Hare and Hounds this October!

Coppe’ returns in support of her acclaimed 15th album ‘Void’, with a wonderful plethora of beautiful, live Electronica and special guests, including the wonderful soundscapes of Scottish producer and former Boards Of Canada member Chris Horne, aka: Christ. 

Tickets are available now £6.00 advance / £8.00 door. Book here

Headline acts: Earth is FlatChrist.Bobby Bird (DJ)


SOUNDkitchen Perform At Metanast

SOUNDkitchen’s Iain Armstrong and Annie Mahtani have been selected to perform at Metanast on 26/09/14 at MediaCityUK in Salford. A review of their recent performance at our last SOUNDkitchen event is on the Fluid Radio site.

MET MCUK Sep 2014 Flyer

The duo will perform an 8 channel version of their current live set to take advantage of the loudspeaker system available at the University of Salford’s Digital Performance Lab. The event, organised and curated by the Metanast Collective, features diverse sonic arts from national and international artists. An acousmatic diffusion concert presents fixed media sound and video works followed by a concert of live performances. Armstrong & Mahtani are in the 8pm performance programme alongside SOUNDkitchen friends Robert Curgenven and Rodrigo Constanzo amongst others.

Full event listings and booking info is available on the Metanast website.

Three new calls from Sound and Music

Sound and Music have recently launched three new calls for composers, artists and organisations. Continue reading for more information.

ISCM World Music Days has launched a call for scores for the 2015 edition in Slovenia.  There are 15 categories for submission, ranging from solo instrumental to orchestral, choral to multimedia installations. The festival will take place 26th September to 1st October 2015.
Deadline: noon 29 September.

The Audience Development Incubator supports, advises and develops projects lead by artists, promoters, organisations and technologists to explore the future of making, marketing and listening to new music.
Deadline: noon 30 September.

The Francis Chagrin Awards support emerging composers meet the costs associated with creating new work.
Deadline: noon 14 October.

Feed your ears!