Langham Research Centre with John Wall
Thursday 12 July doors 8pm – music 8.30pm | £8 adv / £10 on the door | BUY TICKETS (fee applies)
Langham Research Centre work with obsolete equipment including tape recorders, gramophone cartridges and sine wave oscillators, to perform 20th century classic electronic repertoire by John Cage, Alvin Lucier and others. They also use these resources to compose new music, which is the focus of this event, featuring new works using live electronic means, interspersed with some of their earlier tape pieces.
Also tonight, LRC is proud to be joined by John Wall. A legend of British electronic music and an inspiration to us, he will perform his own electronic music. Some recent reviews of John Wall’s music speak of:
“A rare, exhilarating, unmissable treat for the ears” (Simon Cummings)
“a micro-scale sonic ecosystem, painstakingly constructed within geometric parameters, which with calibrated stimulation yields almost infinite potential and variety.” (Nick Cain)