SPINE is delighted to announce the 9th edition of our monthly excursions into experimental music after a month-long hiatus. We welcome an eclectic group of individual performers from South Korea, Germany, and the US, alongside veteran performers from Liverpool.
Hunjoo Jung (South Korea)
IMPROVISED DIGITAL NOISE
Hunjoo Jung is a German based improviser, multimedia artist and composer of acoustic, electronic and electroacoustic concert music as well as intermedia installation art.
In recent years, besides focusing on acoustic music, Jung has also been exploring multi-complex structural ways in which interactive visual, live video and video mapping, lighting & laser, sensor, actions and/or sculptural forms of objects can be used in a wide range of combination with acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic music in spatialization.
ISO is an artistic collaboration of Andy Cowling and John-Robin Bold whose express purpose is to search for a sonic landscape that combines hauntological footage samples and original material with digital production in rigorous compositional structures.
Mother of MAL, skronk-queen of LONESAW, soundscape dreamer of DOGHEAD; JEZEBEL's influence can be found all over Liverpool's experimental noise and sound art scene. Having already realised two tracks this year, her debut solo performance at SPINE will be an open invitation to her world where rituals and the macabre meet; treading the line between pop music and industrial noise.
Nick Branton (Liverpool)
Saxophone and clarinet player Nick Branton focuses on free improvisation.
Currently working towards his debut solo album, he is exploring the possibilities in combining his improvisations with traditional folk melodies from Britain and Ireland.
He has supported Polar Bear, GoGo penguin, Portico Quartet and has performed with Marshal Allen (Sun Ra Arkestra). In 2017 Nick's collaboration with bass sax specialist, Ferran Besalduch, was aired on Late Junction.
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