THU 7 DEC 7pm | FREE

0 Posted by - October 9, 2017 - Music: past

South Bank Sound Lab Vol.1 

Doors 7pm | Free Entry

A night showcasing the spectrum of music and sound design possibilities.

Featuring immersive AV performances, live electronic music performances, foley, film and game sound explorations from:

Polyop fuse organic and machine aesthetics with sci-fi mythologies to create an immersive audio-visual voyage. Enlist on their first cosmic pilgrimage to distant reaches of an alternate polyhedral universe, occupied by psychedelic soundscapes, rhythmical acid entities and uncharted electro artefacts.

Klahrk is a London based bass music producer and founder of Ware Collective. Klahrk’s releases span many genres as he searches for his sound. This sound takes influence from bass music, hip hop, ambient and house to create a unique sonic field.

Drawing on a disparate network of influences from techno to post-rock, London based musician Metatarsals combines analogue electronics, mangled samples and mathematics to create complex, experimental and occasionally disorientating live electronic music.

London based Edinburger exploring the darker corners of electronic music. Hybrid digital and analogue live set, which will be debuted at Iklectic.

Electronic musician and sound designer, Kriko, will be performing live using a modular synthesizer system and a drum machine.

Electric Farmer produces genre modified music, deriving and cross pollinating influences from a broad variety of styles. Coming from a mixed background and growing up in a culturally diverse city he expresses a desire to be whoever he wants to be. Field recordings and found sounds are often used for percussion and sound beds. Guitar licks are twisted, cut and stitched back together, and synth melodies modulate with eerie dissonance.

OhLookItsBubbaJ’s productions span from Downtempo to Neuro/Glitch Hop with elements of Jazz and Funk within them. He combines complex percussion and clear melodies to create strange mangled soundscapes that will make you unsure if you want to dance or just relax.

Foley Artist Samuel Turkson and sound designers Mitchell Motola and Sophia Ellis will be performing live sound effects to moving image, with a range of props and techniques to describe the actions on screen.

Film/Game Sound showcase