Friday 27th January 2012.
University of Bradford and TLMC presents, ‘Fun and Games’ - a night of innovative, playful and leftfield approaches to technology and games with live music and performances from Runners, Circuit Ben, Hagman, Button Mash Collective
Author of ‘Noise of The Valleys’, social historian and Bradford popular music knowledge-fountain Gary Cavanagh will give a free talk.
University of Bradford and TLMC presents, ‘Folk Narratives’ – a musical event exploring musical approaches to storytelling and preserving local history, occurring across three Bradford libraries. With Vialka, The Housekeeping Society, Stephanie Hladowski, Kirtsie Penman, Captain Hotknives, Garfunkle and Simon.
Friday March 23rd, 2012.
University of Bradford and TLMC presents, ‘Immersion and Duration’ – a musical event exploring differing approaches to time and (head) space with live performances from The Michael Flower Band, Inca Eyeball, PLUS DJ’s playing repetitive and long-playing grooves and entrancing visuals. Preceded by Seth Cooke’s ‘Twelve Tapes’; a 12-hour live sound art installation at Gallery II, University of Bradford from 8am - 8pm.
Musical inventor and professional circuit-bender Circuit Ben offers a workshop by the end of which you will take away your own homemade noise-making device.
A workshop on how to build a Triochord, a guitar-like instrument that will have you setting up your own Rhys Chatham/Glenn Branca style orchestra in no time
TLMC, University of Bradford and Fabric present – ‘Sound and Image’ a night exploring the relationship between the heard and seen with installations and performances from Eoin Shea, Ithaca Trio, Bridget Hayden, Gareth S Brown
Tying together Bradford’s under-heard live music. 24 - 27 May 2012