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This is a full version of Mark Harwood's excellent mix originally broadcast on my Nagły Blask show on Radio Kapitał. Enjoy!
Rufus Orbis a new release for Boomkat Editions / Documenting Sound.
New release for Cafe OTO's Takuroku digital imprint. 'Meat for the guard dogs' you can get it here.
New pipes in the Pipe Shoppe
I am delighted to be part of Mahogany Opera Various Stages festival at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. There will be presentations of work in progress and I will be showing some work with my 3D printed reed instruments, overtone flutes and other curiosities. It's speculative digi folk. Come to the ICA on the 19th of March, link Here.
Big thanks to Boomkat for including The Funnel at no.14 in its top 100 releases of 2019 and to Pete Swanson, Cs+Kreme, Mark Harwood, Phillip Jondo for inclusion in their lists. Thanks also to Jennifer Lucy Allan for featuring me in her Wire list.
Cafe OTO gig on the 26th of September 2019 with Jo Hellier - voice, electronics and Stefan Goodchild - modular video synth. Link HERE
Cyphonium 3 channel audio and 3D print in Luminality at Gallery46, Whitechapel, London. (4–30 July 2019). Featuring Eden Girma – soprano and Annabelle Simmons Juritz – flute. This group exhibition includes the work of Jake Chapman, Bjorn Hatleskog, Bruce McClure and others.
Supernormal, Beef Stage 2019. The Funnel performance with Jo Hellier.
Highlight of the day however comes from Wojciech Rusin’s performance of their album The Funnel, (...) For all that occurs throughout their set, what we’re left with is a sense of sublime stillness, a stillness beamed outwards into the night. The Quietus photo credit: BEEF / Milo Newman
The Funnel (fragments) performed at Cube Cinema, Bristol, 13 April 2019. Featuring Jo Hellier – voice/electronics and Stefan Goodchild – modular video synthesiser.
The Funnel LP is out now on Akashic Records. Limited edition of 300. Screen printed cover. Last copies HERE
"Rusin builds beautifully eccentric dreamscapes, audaciously blending courtly choir song, prim cello, occult mutterings and technological squawks." The Wire link HERE
"One of our favourite releases in recent memory." Mark Harwood, Penultimate Press