<img class="alignleft wp-image-631 size-thumbnail" src="http://thenoisefloor .co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/launchparty-date-150×150.png” alt=”MArch 7th” width=”150″ height=”150″ />To celebrate the opening of The Noisefloor, Edinburgh’s unique production and studio space for audio creativity, we’re having a party. Seems only right.
Join between 7 – 10pm for a drink, live music and to check out the facilities. See the Contact page for how to find us.
There will be live sets from:
Matt will be mixing his new EP at The Noisefloor mere hours before his set, so he’ll be in the zone! With a number of amazing albums under his belt his performances are immersive, multi-layered and compelling.
Collings’s work contrasts the crushed guitars and textures of My Bloody Valentine or Sonic Youth with structures more akin to contemporary classical composers like Steve Reich or David Lang. In his powerful live performances, he uses the amplifier as an instrument and the guitar as a control device for innovative digital processes. Using numbers of ‘prepared amplifiers’, he coaxes unique sounds by placing bells, rice and wood directly onto the speaker cone and manipulating the physical vibrations with his fingers, producing a highly visual and physical performance. This music is textural, melodic and often sonically overwhelming.
Charlie Knox has been treating Glasgow and Edinburgh to his cutting edge techno experiments for several years now, including a recent residency at Glasgow’s CCA.
Working on the fringes of house, techno and more abstract sounds, Trudat Sound creates emergent interactive systems that drive immersive audio-visual installations and performances.