Penultimate Press presents:
Jérôme Noetinger (Metamkine, France)
Family Battle Snake (PAN, Greece)
Lee Gamble (CYRK, UK)
produced by Cenatus CIC
26 May 2010, doors 8pm
18 - 22 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL
020 7923 1231
£8 on the door
£6 (+booking fee) available from
Mark Harwood of Penultimate Press presents an evening of experimental music at Cafe OTO.
3 artists, 3 takes on 'electroacoustic/musique concrete' today utilising 3 fundamentally different technologies (from the 'redundant' to the recent, the neglected to the new).
The French sound artist, composer, improvisor and director at Metamkine, Jérôme Noetingeris presenting work produced with a Revox B77 tape machine. In his rich experience in collaborating with contemporaries, he developed his signature style of electro-acoustic music where sound is captured and exposed it in it's barest form - 'a vibration of the air'. Real Time electronic music synthesis that leaves the agony of laborious tape splice in the wake of his highly developed, idiosyncratic and often devastating style.
Family Battle Snake is the long running solo experimental music project of sound artist and designer Bill Kouligas. Residing in Berlin, his music captures a variety of different sounds and time periods filtered through an imaginary urban soundscape. With the use of analogue synth, tape manipulation and electronics he employs warm drones and a musique concrete approach through structured perspectives on a journey across time.
Lee Gamble it the founding member of the UK-based CYRK collective, explores abstraction through software, improvisation, digital synthesis, process, and the econstruction / reconstruction of form.
The evening is programmed and presented by Mark Harwood and is the first of an ongoing series of experimental and outsider music concerts produced by Cenatus CIC. Mark Harwood, known for his record label and store Synaesthisa in Melbourne, has recently launched Penultimate Press in the UK. The first publication, 'Dumb Answer to Miracles' by Graham Lambkin is being followed up by another Lambkin book release 'Dripping Junk', currently in pre-production.