Videos from the night
Devil Man live at the De La Warr Pavilion 02.10.2009. Visuals by _minimalVector. from Bartosz Dylewski on Vimeo.
Noteherder & McCloud live at the De La Warr Pavilion 02.10.2009. Visuals by _minimalVector. from Bartosz Dylewski on Vimeo.
The ABC Stakeout
A site-specific gallery installation where soprano saxophone meets audio-visual group Noteherder & McCloud with visuals by _minimalVector.
The night will also see the launch of the new single This is Level One by Noteherder & McCloud on The Hastings based Dizzy Tiger label. It features two tracks Late Bar Blues and Neon Malt Flare and showcases the 'whirr and skronk' element of the Noteherder & McCloud sound.
This is an brand new feast of noise from Shige Ishihara aka DJ ScotchEgg. Expect high density metallic dub as Shige manipulates the bass while sidekick Gou provides rhythm tracks and effects.
Very loud and incredibly sonic, every bit of you will vibrate!
Salena started being published and performing in the early 1990’s, and was then renowned for ‘taking poetry into clubs’, performing under the nickname Salena Saliva. Back then, she read support slots alongside literary heroes, including Irvine Welsh, John Cooper Clarke and Will Self. Later, Salena Godden went on to host and produce the Saltpetre Radio Show for Art Radio Station Resonance FM. She co-hosted Channel 4’s late night chat show Heavy TV, and she presented and wrote the documentary on her home town of Hastings, Seaside Rocks, also for Channel 4. She has been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Bespoken Word and Woman’s Hour and BBC Radio 3’s The Verb. She has recorded, performed and toured with Coldcut, Simple Kid, and Alabama 3. She writes and performs in cult nu-ska duo SaltPeter with Peter Coyte who recently signed a record deal with Fred Label, launching with the single ‘Everybody Back To Mine’.
Her first novel Springfield Road was published by Harper Collins in 2008.
A film by Sean Dower
Using a motion-control camera rig most often used in the production of special effects, Sean Dower takes the camera on a dynamic three-dimensional journey round a full-sized drum kit. As the camera weaves around the highly reflective black and chromed curves, it tracks the detail of a complex and shifting drum solo, in which both drummer (Steve Noble) and camera are locked together into a single resonant performance.
Commissioned as part of Single Shot. Funded by Arts Council England and the UK Film Council’s New Cinema Fund.
Curated, promoted and toured by Film and Video Umbrella and managed by Film and Video Umbrella and Maya Vision International