Who we are
SOUNDkitchen is dedicated to the promotion of composers and artists working in the field of sound. At its core is a collective of composers with a background in electroacoustic and experimental music. SOUNDkitchen provides a regular platform for local artists to explore, experiment and present their work alongside that of international composers and sound artists. It offers a programme of exciting and eclectic new music that uses technology to form part of the aesthetic experience. Read more.
SOUNDkitchen have been producing live music events in Birmingham since 2011. These events offer a programme of exciting and eclectic new music that uses technology to form part of the aesthetic experience and features artists from the UK and abroad… Read more
We devise guided walks designed to encourage active listening to the sound environment. Our walks often incorporate augmented listening stations t provide opportunities to experience the locations from different sonic perspectives through ...Read more
Members of the collective have been giving live performances in various permutations since our inception in 2011. We are interested in the use of field recordings and their manipulation via live electronics. Our performances often include diffusion or live multichannel spatialisation.
We have just returned from Invisible Places 2017, an international symposium on sound, urbanism and sense of place, held in Ponta Delgad, São Miguel Island, Azores. SOUNDkitchen led a SOUNDwalk for delegates through the narrow cobbled streets of the town ending at the marina on the sea front. If you’d like to read more about … Read More
Happy New Year to all! We are pleased to announce that we will be kicking off 2016 with a continuation of last year’s collaboration with BEAST, in whose own BEASTdome we will present three concerts of electronic music next month. Join us both on 13 and 14 February for the BEASTdome Pantry Sessions, featuring Jo Thomas, … Read More
Head to Vivid Projects this Saturday (28/11/15) for our final event of 2015, SONICpicnic, featuring two sessions of stereo and multichannel live electronic music, food from The Real Junk Food Project Birmingham, and a 6 channel sound installation by Chandra Chapman. Now we’d like to give you some more information about Manfredi Clemente, who will … Read More
With our Series 2015 finale SONICpicnic coming up this Saturday at VIVID Projects, it’s time to introduce another of our artists, James Wyness, who joins the bill for session #01 alongside Girilal Baars and Ben Peers. James Wyness is a computer musician based in southern Scotland. Having worked for many years with concrete material, the sounds of hand made … Read More