Mark Fell / Larry Goves / Points of Light

Wed 27 June

Doors 7pm, £5

Experimental music for acoustic instruments, electronics, and the dancefloor.


Multidisciplinary artist based in Sheffield (UK). Mark is at the forefront of modern computer sound. Working in the realm of minmal techno and installtion he has released critically music for flagship labels like Raser-Noton, Mille Plateaux, Line, and Editions Mego . Although working in electronic and techno music traditions, Mark’s practice has become increasingly informed by non-European musics. This is evident in two recent linked works “Multistablity” and “UL8” which explore a number of unfamiliar timing and tuning systems. Uncut magazine called these “completely mind-blowing” and the Wire said these were “amazing”. As well as recorded works Mark also produces installation pieces often using multispatial speaker technologies. Mark has performed at events around the world including Sonar, Mutek, Offf and many more. He is also a member of SND & Blir.


Larry Goves is a composer based in the UK. His music has been performed by the London Sinfonietta, the Nash Ensemble, Sarah Nicolls, the BBC Philharmonic, Psappha, Ixion, The Hallé, 175 East, The Continuum Ensemble and many others all over the UK and abroad. He has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and New Zealand’s Concert FM and had pieces released on NMC and Dutton Epoch.

He founded, writes for and performs electronics with the experimental music group the house of bedlam with performances at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and Faster than Sound 2008 amongst others. He places emphasis on collaboration and has worked particularly closely with the performers Oliver Coates, Sarah Nicolls and Tom McKinney. He has also worked closely with the sound designer and artist David Sheppard, composer and DJ mira calix and neuroscientist Beau Lotto.


Points of Light refers to the collaborative work of David Futers, Sam Quill, Eoin Roe, and Laurence Tompkins. They make experimental music using electronics, spoken word and live instruments with its roots in contemporary composition and electronica. Their debut self titled EP was released on Slip Discs earlier this year. Between them they have presented work at the Snape Maltings, the Royal Festival Hall, the Sage Gateshead, Manchester Band on the Wall; written for performers from Bella Hardy to the National Youth Orchestra; scooped up BBC Young Composer awards; and been broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

SLP DJs David Futers and Laurence Tompkins will bring an eclectic mix of current experimental music for the dancefloor, following on from recent gigs at 93 Feet East and the Bussey Building, Peckham.


slip discs is an experimental music label based in the UK releasing handmade, personally addressed CDs in extremely limited runs. Releases focus on new acoustic and electronic music spanning contemporary composition, electronica and the murky ground somewhere in between.

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