Are you playing live in London?


#21

What time(ish) are you on @philmaguire?


#22

I would guess around 10. There’s one other act (I’m on second), and it starts around 8.30-9


#23

Great gig! Would recommend any locals to get by any Thursday, Set Piece is a really nice event.


#24

cool! thanks for coming down :slight_smile:


#25

Hey London folk. I’m playing a last minute show at Iklectik in Lambeth tonight on the off chance anyone is keen :slight_smile:


#26

I wanted to go to see Howlround, but sadly family, energy you know the drill. hope it was a good night for all.


#27

It was a really nice night thanks. Definitely try and catch Howlround if you can - watching him manipulate his 4 tape machines is just awesome!


#28

First post here! I’m an artist based in Brighton, been playing live occasionally for about a year now and looking to play more out-of-town gigs so this is a really useful thread. My style is drone/ambient with folk influences. Since I’ve added loads of nights posted here to my list of people to contact I thought I’d repay the favour and fly the Brighton flag - these are some of the regular nights which may be of interest to people here looking for shows:

Ceremonial Laptop - a bunch of supreme cool guys who put on a few shows a month very loosely under the ‘electronic’/‘experimental’ umbrellas - they’ve put on everything from standard hardware techno stuff to modular drone to someone singing folk songs through Max/MSP patches…

The Spirit Of Gravity - They’ve already been mentioned here I think but still going strong. First Thursday of the month normally at the Green Door Store which has an awesome PA

Splitting The Atom - Run by Club Zygotic, a monthly experimental all-dayer also at the Green Door

Brighton Modular Sessions - A new night specialising in modular


#29

hello! +1 for Splitting the Atom, played there in Feb and it was a fun time :smiley:


#30

Hi there. I’m also based in Brighton (Hove to be precise) & making ambient on a small modular set-up. Please drop me a PM if you’re up for some collaboration, as I wasn’t aware (other than the modular meet) of much going on in this direction here.


#31

The next Brighton Modular Session is on the 3rd of May if it’s of any interest to you, it’s at Cafe Plenty at Preston Circus.


#32

I’m playing 19th May 5pm at M’s Place (North Finchley). Free entry :slight_smile:


#33

On 16th June I’m performing a new piece I’m writing with Anne la Berge at Hundred Years Gallery. Steph Horak is also performing. It’ll be a good one! https://www.facebook.com/events/1516633345130349/


#34

Hey. I live down the road from there; wasn’t aware it was a venue.

Will try hard to show my face.


#35

Not really a venue, it’s a cafe :slight_smile: But it’s part of the North Finchley festival. Looks like I’m the only electronic show booked for it, will be interesting :smiley:


#36

Looking forward to playing at this event with David Velez and Kate Carr: http://iklectikartlab.com/david-velez-kate-carr-phil-maguire/


#37

Doing a quick and very informal set at a friend’s houseboat community down on at Tower Bridge Moorings on Sunday night. It’s not an official “event”, so I won’t post details here but dm me if you’re keen to come down and I’ll get more info to you. Other acts on the bill: skeltr, Lucie Treacher and some others as well.


#38

programming algorithmic beats tomorrow at the Glove that Fits!
https://www.facebook.com/events/2111631329066602/


#39

I’m playing this show next week in London if anyone might be interested, that combines electronics with live orchestra. It should rather a fun adventure indeed. It’s also being recorded by BBC Radio 3 for broadcast so you can tune in later on if you wish too :slight_smile:

I’ll be using modular synths, laptop and some effects live with the BBC Concert Orchestra. And you’ll get to also enjoy a blasting version of Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells too, with some of the original players featured!

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/119094-bbc-concert-orchestra-david-bedford-80-2018


#40

and Steve Hillage! (in 20 characters)