After what has been a 2018 of relative silence It gives me great pleasure to announce a couple of shows for next month.
Both will be pretty different With one being acoustic and the other being more loop based and electronic.
The first of which is happening In South End. An Event organised by a great guy called Chris Davidson who puts together bi-annual charity night for a personal cause.
Full Line Up:
Southend-on-Sea SS1 2EH
The second of the 2 shows sees me sharing the billing once again with a personal inspiration in the form of Haco who on tour from Japan:
@ Club 85, 74 Whinbush Rd, Hitchin SG5 1PZ, United Kingdom
+44 1462 434801
Also on the line up is Tarnovski (Gurun Gurun) On tour from the Czech Rep.
Live music from about 7.30pm
“There are no hard and irrefutable surfaces, and throughout Haco’s dream-led ventures into space and sun and snow, reality never comes to curb the fantastical forms of what might be.” – ATTN:Magazine
“My view is ‘no borders’ when it comes to sounds for creating new music. I want to open my ears and find the rhythm and tone for all of the sounds in my life.” – Haco
Japanese singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and sound artist,
Haco is a composer, vocalist, electroacoustic performer, sound artist, and a founding member of After Dinner (1981-1991) and Hoahio. She has created numerous recordings both as a producer and engineer based in Kobe. In her live performances, she uses voice and self- programmed electronics as an organic method. With her “howling pot” performances, which make creative use of feedback, and “Stereo Bugscope,” which captured oscillating sounds emitted by the circuitry of an electronic device, she had developed a new genre of art.
Haco will be bringing new songs from her seventh album Qoosui (Someone Good/Room 40). She uses voice and self-programmed electronics as an ‘organic method’ in her performance, accompanied by video images shot and edited with Mariko Tajiri. Qoosui has won critical acclaim from music and art magazines and has been played on numerous radio programs in Europe, North and South America, Oceania, and Japan.
Haco – Tidal (from “Qoosui” 2017) from ROOM40 on Vimeo.