Live electronics and sound recordings are offset by saxophone and percussion, while reel-to-reel tape machines duet with silent actions, amplified objects and simple lights.
Kaj Duncan David
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Part One: Randall & Grooverider
After two roadblock events at the end of 2015 we’re bowling into the new year with another pair of heated lineups set to smash up The Baltic Triangle. We’re heading back to the nineties for Part One bringing two legends of the Jungle scene
A prime player in Drum n Bass since the 90’s and now favourite of David Rodigan’s Ram Jam event series. Randall has all the plates you need to hear.
Another pioneering DJ of the Jungle sound, making his name through pirate radio and the legendary Helter Skelter raves of the early 90’s Grooverider is an undeniable icon of UK Dance Music & Culture.
. WAH Residents:
– Stature x Kast
– Hosted by MC Flux
Based in rural East Anglia, Laura Cannell’s work draws on the emotional influences of the landscape and the sometimes dissonant chords of early and medieval music. With deconstructed bow and the extraordinary sound of double recorder, Laura’s music has grown out of unearthed fragments that became improvised pieces. Her music encompasses both wild animal calls and long forgotten liturgical fragments, which drawn through Laura’s music seem to originate from the same, ahistorical place. With a background in traditional folk, early and experimental music, she creates a solitary minimalist chamber music, where one player makes all the harmonies.
Support comes from Liverpool based tapeloop composer In Atoms, who has been quietly garnering recognition for blissfull and evocative soundscapes. 2015 has seen him collaborate with filmmakers and taking on a residency in Barrow-in-Furness for Full of Noises fest