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Pretenders – Live Visuals

Get The Blessing – Not With Standing

Beak – Allé Sauvage

Get The Blessing – Bristopolis

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

A Clockwork Orange: Stanley Kubrick in Concert

PunjabTronix

Charlotte Hatherley – Night Vision

Three Cane Whale – An Acre of Watery Light

John Parish & Adrian Utley – The Trinity Anthem

Justin Adams – Ribbons

Justin Adams – Ribbons Promo

Kath Bloom – Just Can’t Make It Without You

Mario Batkovic – Semper

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Remixing the Archives

18th July 2017 By johnminton

Sat 29 July 11:00am

Get insights from musicians and creatives about working with archives to create new works. Guests include Bristol-based filmmaker John Minton, known for his experimental, lo-fi, and hallucinatory style of filmmaking working with the likes of Portishead, Noel Gallagher and most recently with Get the Blessing and DJ Swami on Punjabtronix, a new commission by Asian Arts Agency in partnership with Watershed to promote international collaborations between artists from England and India to respond to Reimagine India 2017.

http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/8106/remixing-the-archives/

Charlotte Hatherley

5th July 2017 By johnminton

Lotus Esprit

Oscilloscope

Cymatics

Some Lyrics

Artwork & Review for Justin Adams

15th June 2017 By johnminton

Rarely has an album’s artwork better reflected its content: blackness, or the void from which light occasionally emanates. This is a collection of instrumentals enhanced by vocals, rather than what might be called songs. The opening minimalist piece “Lightshaft” begins with a single plucked guitar note and its long vibrato-laden after-echo, like the sonic equivalent of a lone flickering candle. Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker’s haunting contributions can’t be described as lead vocals because they are no more or less significant than any other texture on the record.

See full review here – https://goo.gl/wNf8QH