Will Gregory (Goldfrapp), Adrian Utley (Portishead) and an ensemble of jazz, classical and punk musicians exploit the full potential of the Moog synthesiser, performing as a part of the Moog Concordance at the Barbican on the 8th July.
The electronic ensemble use their fascinating array of analogue, vintage instruments to perform an almost impossibly vast breadth of music: from new compositions by Gregory to transcriptions of classical works.
The Moog Ensemble will also perform for the first time at this show a selection of reworked pieces from the iconic score for Stanley Kubrick classic A Clockwork Orange.
Live Visuals by Minton.
Live shows coming up this summer featuring Live performance with Portishead and visuals for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
The work will feature heavily as both bands headline Latitude and Benicassim on different nights.
10/07 - Montreux Jazz Festival
18/07 – Latitude
19/07 – Benicassim
In Music Video
On 30, Nov 2014 | In Live | By johnminton
This project has taken everybody on a long journey. We’re out of our comfort zones and into the classical arena. The third symphony carry’s much weight and evokes many emotions and memories which is only truly clear once we arrive in Warsaw.
In Music Video
On 24, Feb 2014 | In Music Video | By johnminton
New Video Premiered on NME, plus featured on SPIN
In Cube Cinema
On 07, Nov 2013 | In Cube Cinema | By johnminton
The Cube Cinema, Bristol, England has been playing with film, culture and form for fifteen years. Volunteer-run, it is organised and curated by the artists/workers.
The Film That Buys the Cinema (FTBTC) is a 70 minute art feature film comprised of one-minute takes, no edits. Each minute is shot by contributors who have passed through the Cube and who are special to us: film makers, musicians, poets, amateurs, wrestlers, radicals, community groups and more.
Each contributor’s take is 60 seconds long. Each minute will be sequenced together to morph into a labyrinthine journey of light and sound, capturing not only the here and now but the history and future of our very special and deeply loved independent social cinema space.
From the wilfully obscure to the cult, the pop spectrum to the outer limits, from scientists to skaters The Film That Buys the Cinema will be a series of takes on life’s rich pageant, bumper to bumper. An artistic time capsule.
Through associated art objects, credits and then exhibition, this film will help raise the final funds needed to buy the actual building the Cube is housed in and secure the plucky Microplex’s future