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DAILIES: 30 SECONDS OF SOUND A DAY FOR 2014

by John on January 1, 2014

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Throughout 2014 I will be posting up 30 seconds of sound recorded each day. This will include improvisations, studies, micro-compositions, field recordings, or anything else that happens that day. Thanks to Martin J. Thompson and his great Mono-log, and Megan Macedo and her 30 Days of Self-Disclosure daily emails, for the inspiration to do this.

You can listen to them here:
http://theblackplume.com/dailies-30-seconds-of-sound-a-day-for-2014/

First of the year:

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SATURDAY 20TH JULY 2013

Duo with Phil Julian @ RYAN’S BAR | 181 Stoke Newington Church Street, Stoke Newington, London, N16 0UL | 8pm | £3 on door

Hideous Porta night. Also playing Mecha/Orga and Corpse Candle.

More Info herehere

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I’m really excited to be doing a week long residency at WORM studio in Rotterdam, next week. I will be working with their extensive vintage synthesizer collection including their large Serge modular system (pictured), Korg MS20, EMS VCS3 & Synthi A, ARP 2600, the mighty ARP 2500 (pictured) and many others.

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MONDAY 20TH MAY 2013

Duo with Phil JulianCAFE OTO | 118 – 22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London | 8pm | £5/£6 on door

“An evening of adventurous computer music, analog synthesis and electro-acoustic recombination with Martins Rokis’ canny blend of computer music, psychedelic noise and sound art made with his own self-built synthesis software, deft constructions for computer-controlled analog synth from Cheapmachines’ Phil Julian in duo with John Macedo and Paul Abbott’s new solo project for computer and percussion”

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