Regular Music II with Kaffe Matthews: Endings

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Regular Music II with Kaffe Matthews: Endings


Rebecca Askew
voice
Yeu-Meng Chan piano
Ruth Elder violin
Mick Foster reeds
Jono Harrison keyboards
Charles Hayward drums
Tom Jackson reeds
Melanie Pappenheim voice
Jeremy Peyton Jones director
Ashley Slater trombone
Steve Smith electric guitar
Benedict Taylor viola

With Kaffe Matthews (live electronics)

This unique collaboration brings together the vibrant theatrical live sound of Regular Music with the noisy rhythms and abstract cyber landscapes of Kaffe Matthews.

Jeremy Peyton Jones’ band Regular Music, were early instigators of the UK post-systems movement, whose work straddles the spheres of rock, minimalism and post-punk.

Kaffe Matthews is a leading figure in the filed of electronic improvisation and live composition, and has been making and performing digital music all over the world for the past fourteen years.

Become immersed in Matthews’ electronic soundscapes as they interact with acoustic instruments and voices with a pounding rhythmic intensity. The focus of the collaboration is a series of vocal settings of the final paragraphs of key modernist works of literature. Works include James Joyce's Ulysses, Jack Kerouac's On the Road and Don De Lillo's White Noise.

Click here to read a fuller description of the project.

www.regularmusicii.com
www.kaffematthews.net
www.annetteworks.com (includes further audio examples of Kaffe's work)
www.jeremypeytonjones.com




For this event, the De La Warr Pavilion is offering a special Pay what you can ticket. Name your price and pay as much or as little as you like. Call the Box Office on 01424 229 111 to book.

Start time: 8pm

 
Thu 24 May 2012
Tickets: Free entry

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