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Cos Chapman’s Openjack Takeover

3rd August, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Georgina Brett
DJ New Wave Steve

Georgina’s music is created using voice and pedals, creating instant choirs. Finalist in the Nonclassical “Battle of the Bands” 2015. Competition took place on Tuesday 17th February. She also co-runs “Tuesdays Post” Series 2, a night of live progressive ambient in London

VÄLVĒ is Chlöe Herington’s (Knifeworld/Chrome Hoof) solo project. Using woodwind, electronics, found objects and homemade instruments, she experiments with textures to create inter-woven soundscapes and collages. What started out as an experiment, morphed into a sound art project with performances at places such as the Hayward gallery and Serpentine has now started to venture back into music venues. Part composed, part improvised, ever evolving and often featuring an array of conspirators. http://valvemusic.bandcamp.com/

Rockinghorse… Lee McFadden says: “The work of Rockinghorse is expressively challenging for both the participants and the audience and is enthralling to experience as a result. Sofia Figueiredo and Cos Chapman explore, test and shatter the boundaries of modern dance and abstract music respectively – it’s as if each other’s endeavours spurs the other on – and we, the audience are eager spectators – anxious to see how the spectacle culminates. Riveting from beginning to end.…”Joanne Fisher Roberts: The sound of slime moulds, the smell of comets. Performance and sound…

Feathercurls – I am an electronics hobbyist and composer who does some sound and musical projects, sometimes using unusual things to play music, like computer cooling fans. I also do lots of projects using static electricity and plasma balls.

DJ New Wave Steve’. Not ‘DJ Super Steve-o’, or ‘DJ HMS Theresa May’, as has been reported in the national press.


3rd August, 2016
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm


New River Studios


New River Studios
199, Eade Road
London, N4 1DN United Kingdom
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