August 7th Tuesdays Post LINE-UP

This Month:Simeon Harris (Textural Guitarist/SoundDesigner), David Cooper Orton (Guitar Live-Looper), Tom Wallace (DJ Wrongspeed Resonance FM), Darkroom (Live Electro-band) and a little Georgina Brett (Vocal Live-looping)

START TIME IS NOW 7.30pm. It gives that little bit of extra time to get everyone on, giving each act a good 30 – 45 minutes without need to rush in between acts.

Simeon Harris

Simeon Harris is a textural guitarist, teacher and
sound designer from the UK. 
He has recorded seven solo albums, is a member of 
the Zillo Collective and has recently begun 
collaborating on the score for a documentary. 
His albums have been distributed by Alternity Records
and Digital Nations.

David Cooper Orton

DCO – Guitarist and loopist, currently investigating the quiet corners of the confluence between folk, blues and jazz, navigating mid-stream somewhere beyond Steve Reich and Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell and John Martyn, in search of Peter Green’s missing notes.

Tom Wallace (Wrongspeed)

wrongspeed > Since his controversial pirate radio sampling show ‘Pirate Flava’ on Resonance104.4FM he has continued on the shows such as redZEROradio & Decibel Breach making mixes at the extreme end of dance and electronics. He has performed around the UK and also ran the ‘Vinyl Pleasures’ night at London’s Foundry.


Darkroom is
Michael Bearpark – Guitar
Andrew Ostler (Os) – Laptop, Keyboards
and recently
Andrew Booker
and has in the past featured
Tim Bowness – Voice
Peter Chilvers – Bass
Os and Mike have been making music together since 1992. 

What is this?
Darkroom was formed in 1996 to provide a live soundtrack at the Nevers Film Festival, France. Their debut album ‘Daylight’ was released in 1998 on the 3rd Stone label; since then they have released six further albums and made numerous live appearances including at the Glastonbury festival, Omsk, Sprawl, the Digital-Analogue Cambridge festival and the Internationales Loopfestival Zürich 2005.

Darkroom represent a crossing point between avant-free jazz improvisation and Fripp/Eno-style ambient looping. Often by turns beautiful and beautifully ugly, this is a very human music despite the inevitable technology that produces it.

Georgina Brett

Vocal live-looping, instant choirs that range from the totally out there to the medieval in sound.