A one-off event in Newcastle on 13th November, presented by NARC. Magazine
Get Tickets here – First 100 tickets receive free exclusive CD EP on the night!
Warm Digits with Filmbee (Live Analogue Visuals)
Warm Digits, the kaleidoscopic power duo whose music stretches out wide from krautrock and electronic disco through to guitar noise and free jazz, settle in for a one-night-only AV collaboration with analogue film collective Filmbee. Warm Digits are edging towards a third album, with new material sharpening their pop sensibilities while also going for full-on sonic extremes. They’ve picked up nods of approval from everyone from Andrew Weatherall to a full deck of BBC 6Music DJs, not to mention anyone who has seen one of their celebrated full-tilt live shows.
Meanwhile Mat Fleming and Deborah Bower, with other members of Filmbee, will perform a special film and light show as a collaboration with Warm Digits. Turning up the light’s volume using 16mm projectors, slide projectors and other live visual effects, Film Bee, the third member of Warm Digits for the night, will blow minds and retinas with colour, flicker, abstraction and whatever they turn their cameras towards.
A limited CD-R from Warm Digits will be available to the first 100 ticket holders. It features first airings for three songs from the sessions for our next album, two of which are outtakes, unlikely to be released again.
Warm Digits are curating a supporting program of sonic and electronic experimenters to complete this unique one-off event featuring…
coï¿¥ï¾¡pt is live coded music by Newcastle-based artist and musician Sean Cotterill. Inspired by the Algorave movement, coï¿¥ï¾¡pt writes code using the SuperCollider programming language to create improvised, evolving techno-inspired experimental dance music, while displaying the code being written in real-time. For this performance the projected code will be backed by custom-made sound-responsive visuals for an immersive audio-visual experience. “Expect code, graphics, textures, noises, beats and bass. Dancing is optional, but preferred.”
The electronic solo project of Dawn Bothwell features sedate, layered, euphoric tape mixes and harmonies. Flitting between Ghost Box ambience, lo-fi groove and subdued alt-pop.
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