posted by Benoit Maus on December 17th, 2013
Super excited to welcome a new Not Applicable collaborator; Oliver Duckert!
Oliver is one of the brains behind the chameleonic group Badun (whose split EP Flensburg with Icarus can be found on Not Applicable) and a restless electronic music enthusiast and curator of numerous festivals and events that have hosted Not Applicable projects over the years in his native Denmark.
Check out Oliver’s first offering for Not Applicable; the latest Badun opus ‘Shadow Case’
posted by Benoit Maus on November 7th, 2013
Leverton Fox are back with there third long player; ‘Smart Casual‘, which will be released on the 4th November. You can catch them live at Cafe OTO along with Inch-time and Strobes on the 2nd November. In the meant time get a taste of the record below via the inimitable ‘Gates of Torquay’.
Leverton Fox, Inch-time, Strobes
Saturday 2nd November 2013,
18-22 Ashwin Street,
London, E8 3DL.
£10 / £8 (WeGotTickets)
posted by Benoit Maus on October 14th, 2013
Tom Arthurs and Isambard Khroustaliov will be appearing alongside Joanna MacGregor, Elaine Mitchener and Oliver Coates in October as part of a touring group performing grapic scores by Cornelius Cardew, John Cage, George Crumb, Fred Frith, Wadada Leo Smith, Tom Phillips, Jennifer Walshe and Cathy Berberian. The group and the tour have been put together by SoundUK and each show features a pre-concert discussion with Theresa Sauer who edited Notations 21 (which also features part of Isambard Khroustaliov’s score to Aporia from his solo album Ohka).
Graphic Scores Tour Dates:
3 October – Southampton, Turner Sims 8pm, £20 (£19 conc / £18 friends / £10 students), 023 8059 5151, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer and Tom Phillips RA at 7pm, free to ticket holders
4 October – Manchester, Royal Northern College of Music 7.30pm, £12 (conc avail), 0161 907 5555, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer at 6.30pm, free to ticket holders
5 October – Gateshead, Sage Gateshead 8pm, £19.50, sagegateshead.com, 0191 443 4661, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer at 7pm, free to ticket holders
6 October – London, LSO St Lukes 7.30pm, £22 (£19 conc) / £15 (£12.50 conc) / £10, 020 7638 8891, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer and Tom Phillips RA at 6.45pm, free to ticket holders
10 October – Leeds, Howard Assembly Room 7.30pm, £12.50 (conc avail), 0844 848 2727, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer at 6.15pm, free to ticket holders
11 October – Oxford, St John The Evangelist, promoted by Oxford Contemporary Music 8pm, £17 (£15 conc), £14 (£10 conc), 01865 305 305, pre-concert talk with Theresa Sauer at 7pm, free to ticket holders
posted by Benoit Maus on October 1st, 2013
Who are these gentlement I hear you ask? Let me introduce you; from left to right we have Matthias Müller, Olaf Rupp and Rudi Fischerlehner (who’s presence has already graced these pages, mainly via his trio with Maurizio Ravalico and Isambard Khroustaliov; Fiium Shaarrk). Naturally, they make music, the jist of which you can discover for yourself via their forthcoming album ‘Tam’, which will enter the public domain on the 23rd September 2013. However, for those of you fortunate enough to reside in the great city of Berlin, you have the possibility of being able to see them live at Ausland on Sunday 22nd September, something us Londoners will have to wait for …
Sunday, September 22nd 2013
AUSLAND, Lychener Str. 60, 10437 Berlin, 20:00
posted by Benoit Maus on September 19th, 2013