DisConcert @ St. Paul’s 21.4.17

Tickets – Free entry

Times: 7.30pm-12aM

 

Ingrid Plum

Sound Artist/vocalist back from recently studying with the legendary Meredith Monk, Ingrid’s approach is lush, earthy and beautiful sitting somewhere between ethereal folk and musique concrete.

The intimacy Plum creates in her recordings and live performance has the honesty of a confessional with the sonic scope of the forests and open coastlines of her native Denmark, that inspire much of her music. With installations that create meditative, sensory stimulative environments and performing stripped back, minimal gigs, she entices you into her hushedworld.

‘Gorgeously atmospheric vocal techniques woven around field recordings & electronics’ – The Guardian

http://www.ingridplum.com/

Jobina Tinnemans

Jobina Tinnemans establishes a magical biotope where acoustic ecology, science fiction, minimalism, sound processing and songwriting can coexist peacefully next to each other. From this recipe Jobina cooks up a weird alchemy: while you’re listening you will discover a little door in the speakers of your soundsystem. You pass and enter a new universe

https://jobinatinnemans.com/

Duncan Harrison

Wildly unpredictable and cathartic performance artist and sound poet. Reeling stream of conscience, challenging perceptions and our own human nature.

http://www.duncanharrison.co.uk/

Blood Stereo

Brighton/Scotland experimental underground stalwarts Blood Stereo are husband-wife duo Dylan Nyoukis and Karen Constance twisting sound collage, tape manipulations, vocal soup and free form clatter into a tome to satiate your third eye.

https://chocolatemonk.co.uk/
https://bloodstereo.bandcamp.com/

The Jem

Worthing outsider personality ‘The Johnny’ has been a best kept secret for years. Inspired by the drum machine driven Post-punk of the late seventies but with their own theatrical spin.

Plus:

McCloud Holiday Film

Like many people McCloud likes to go on holiday with a small digital camera and shoot short videos of beach scenes, trips on jetboats and the like, and then when he comes home nothing is finer than sharing these memories with friends.

McCloud however likes to play them back through effects and large Public Address systems. The results are simultaneously abrasive and relaxing, contrasting the static wonders of nature and the cheap thrill of noise. Oddly calming.

Wall of Karaoke installation

DisConcert DJs

Stalls of experimental/ out there records, CDs and cassettes will be available to purchase from Train of Thought, Chocolate Monk & more.

Free entry/donations welcome