12: tones and noises, truth and honour

September’s edition of WonkyStuff features potential for (in hushed tones) melodies and harmonies! I know, right? There’s still going to be some noisy noise and quite possibly some utter randomness. Come along and find out, why don’t you?

Requested admission is £4, but no-one will be turned away due to lack of funds (Come See! Come Hear!).

* Ian J Cole

— Ian is a Composer, Musician and Sound Designer who has been working in the music industry since he signed his first independent recording contact in 1981. Ian’s solo music focuses on ambient electronica using a range of synthesisers and controllers to achieve this. He is a champion for the Linnstrument, a grid based musical instrument for multi polyphonic expression (MPE). Tonight however, he’s planning to play a child’s toy keyguitar…

* Home Taper
— Dystopian soundscapes and lo-fi bleeps and beats. Wringing chaos from order.

* The Smoky God
— Ritual Ambient. Live looping synth textures & shamanic percussion with disembodied voices from the other realm.
Or something along those lines. Tribal Ambient? Ritual percussion?? Labels, eh?

+ Wonkystuff staff project.
— Had a bad day? Yeah, us too…

Wonkystuff events are characterised by the minimal (DiY) presentation, and no canned music between performances (we value the time to talk to audience members, without the distraction of background music – we feel that the focus should be on the performed music)