Tomas Nordmark performing EXIT GHOSTS live at IKLECTIK
Saturday 2 October 2021 | 8.30pm (doors 8pm)
Tickets: Early Birds £10 / General Admission £14 | https://buytickets.at/iklectik/535511
Swedish-born, London-based artist and composer Tomas Nordmark following up his 2019 release “Eternal Words” with the new album “Exit Ghosts” and an exclusive live performance at IKLECTIK. Tomas Nordmark will perform ‘Exit Ghosts’ in full together with artists and performers Pascal Savy (electronics), Simon McCorry (cello) and duo Waterbaby (vocals and electronics).
Listen to Exit Ghosts: https://smarturl.it/tomasnordmark
Pascal Savy is a French electronic music composer and performer based in London, UK. His work lies at the intersection of drone, noise and ambient and has been released on labels such as Experimedia and AUDIO. VISUALS. ATMOSPHERE.
Born in London to mixed Indian/British heritage, studied music at The Centre for Young Musicians and Morley College then philosophy at Durham University, now based in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Has worked as a composer & sound designer in theatre, film & contemporary dance. Recent work is a combination of loop based cello compositions and atmospheric improvisations, field recordings and modular synth.
Waterbaby is the audio-visual project of composers, producers, vocalists and filmmakers Martha and Jessica Kilpatrick from Peckham, London. Their work combines avant-garde cinema, choral and experimental electronic music.
About Tomas Nordmark
“A sorcerer of the musics of the nocturne, he’s happy to thrust into the shadows and pull out what he finds there. “Nights” is certainly one of the most beautifully terrifying pieces you’ll have heard since Ravedeath 1972 dropped. Sometimes it is just beautiful, and that’s absolutely valid; when Tomas allows his amassed aural weaponry to scour, though; that’s where this album touches immense.”
Exit Ghosts, Backseat Mafia
“It’s like standing beside a frozen lake and sounds, carried by gusts of wind, from all over the planet can be heard. But they are fragmented, disintegrated from their perfect original. They still carry with them a trace of beauty or sorrow, but they are no longer what they once were.”
Exit Ghosts, Treblezine
“..a meditative, nearly ambient foundation: sustained, consonant tones like distant horns. But the foreground is jittery, full of unpredictable, glassy tones that briefly hover, then disappear.”
Eternal Words, New York Times
“..a heavenly, palate-cleansing series of minty-fresh synthesised drones and bleeps that manage to tell stories that resolve without even hinting at melody.”
Eternal Words, The Guardian