Blue Mood & Still Roughly or Incompatible Elements from Britt Hatzius

An extract from a piece performed in Berlin 2010 by Britt Hatzius (image) and Ollie Bown (sound). The process: A folder with still images plus one moving image are triggered and chosen by the sounds within Ollie’s generative live music; each performance is different, both in musical and image composition; the sequence of images stays the same while the rhythm of the edit is determined by the ever changing musical score.

Still Roughly or Incompatible Elements – video / film / drawing / still images / found footage by Britt Hatzius, music by Ollie Bown and Adem Ilhan (available as part of the NOT010 free download).

posted by Benoit Maus on February 12th, 2014

Fast Crackers

Britt Hatzius’s journey through the labyrinth of Christmas in Brussels to ‘Fast Crackers’ from Badun’s new ‘Shadow Case’ album.

posted by Benoit Maus on January 6th, 2014

Ben + Zamyatin, Fiium & Enjoy (not all at the same time)

posted by Benoit Maus on December 17th, 2013

Oliver Duckert

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

Triptych #01 & New Leverton Fox Album: ‘Smart Casual’

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’.

Triptych #01

Leverton Fox, Inch-time, Strobes

Saturday 2nd November 2013,
Cafe OTO,
18-22 Ashwin Street,
London, E8 3DL.

£10 / £8 (WeGotTickets)

posted by Benoit Maus on October 14th, 2013