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Friday, 18 May 2018 09:18

Ty Sain - Concert two Accretion Entropy

Ty Sain Concert Two

The second concert in a new series for North Wales featuring free improvisation

 

Thursday, June 21st 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Doors 6.15pm
Session times: 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Entry - £2.00

Featuring - ACCRETION ENTROPY plus support

Accretion Entropy is an experimental electro-acoustic trio consisting of Charles Gersholm Spendlove, Dr Ed Wright and Rob Spaull.

accretion
noun growth or increase by the gradual accumulation of additional layers or matter.

entropy
noun lack of order or predictability; gradual decline into disorder.

http://www.accretionentropy.co.uk/


Plus - sound support from the

Chaparral Andrew Hodges - Prophet 12
Phil Morton - accidents and treatments
David Hopewell, guitar and found sounds

Improvisations, music, chat and tea!

This is a date for your diary

Listening forward, Phil Morton

Ty Gwydr | The Greenhouse
1 Trevelyan Terrace, High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd
LL57 1AX

Venue info: 01248 355821, http://greenhousebangor.com/

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1 comment

  • Comment Link Phil Morton Friday, 22 June 2018 09:58 posted by Phil Morton

    Review by Dafydd Robert, culled from Facebook by Phil Morton

    HEDGE Glossy noises drones wispy disquieting keyboard swells and vocalisation. Some harsh noise some heavy slow motion sounds

    ACCRETION ENTROPY much better set, for me, than last time, some more engaging scraping along with modular synths, well done to Ed for first judiciously patching and then frenetic scraping of the live other end of jack ( an Ears module) Charles and Rob serve up thick stodges of bassy synth, when those become disambiguated the fog clears and it’s far better texturally. And now the violin! Yes, good separation of voices now, seems to gel better I think
    Missed to write on Phil’s solo guitar, but closed my eyes and woke up in another place. Another textural and delicate performance.

    The augmented AE with Andy, seems already to have a clearer spectrum. A full blast. pell mel synth screams-the birds?

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