FutureEverything is proud to announce 24 artists performing as part of the its music programme, taking
place in Manchester from Thursday 21 Sunday
24 March 2013 as part of the FutureEverything Summit
of Ideas & Digital Invention.
Drew Hemment, CEO, FutureEverything said: “The traditional citywide
FutureEverything festival will be
back next year but for 2013 we’re excited to announce a special edition: The FutureEverything Summit
of Ideas & Digital Invention a
one off event designed to celebrate digital culture, music and arts. It
wouldn’t be a FutureEverything event without a cutting edge music programme and this year we will be
taking over Salford’s Islington Mill for a series of live shows, as well as a number of events at
MediaCityUK and a closing party with Resident Advisor.”
Music programme events include:
Brandt Brauer Frick ft. Om’Mas Keith / Lapalux
Wed 20 March / 7.30pm / Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW
Brandt Brauer Frick produce techno without the technology, using classical instruments in preference to
synthesisers and computers, combining the disciplines of jazz, techno and hip hop to create a new
musical identity. Joining them will be Om’Mas Keith of SaRa,
who taking their style and philosophy
from free jazz composer Sun Ra.
Also performing will be Lapalux, who creates lush, surprising and explosive sonic textures set in
unencountered, unearthly spaces.
Presented by Carhartt Work in Progress.
Carter Tutti [Throbbing Gristle]
Thu 21 March / 7.30pm / MediaCityUK, The Quays, Salford
Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti formed Carter Tutti out of the ashes of seminal Industrial band
Throbbing Gristle a
band that founded the Industrial music genre and were one of the first collectives to
successfully fuse electronic and acoustic instrumentation.
Harmonic Coaction is a live audio assimilation of person, place and time a
series of sound works
constructed from audio field recordings relating to the performance site. The work is created live in situ
using those recordings as key components, deconstructing and manipulating the sounds in
juxtaposition and harmony. The accompanying visuals consist of images inspired by the site to create
an audio visual continuum.
Presented by Salford Sonic Fusion Festival in association with FutureEverything.
Holy Other / WIFE / Special Guests
Thu 21 March / 7.30pm / Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW
Holy Other produces beautiful R&B inspired electronica while keeping live performances seductively
minimalist, performing hidden under black cloth to allow the music, rather than the live persona take
centre stage.
Multi instrumentalist WIFE has until recently been best known as the sole permanent member and
writer behind black metal outfit Altar Of Plagues, using found sounds, homemade instruments and field
recordings as a base for music that mutates from mournful hypnotics to shuffling trickery reminiscent of
UK Garage and early dubstep productions.
Presented by FutureEverything in association with Now Wave.
Andy Stott [live] / Lee Gamble / Rashad Becker [live] / Hieroglyphic Being / Powell
Fri 22 March / 9pm / Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW
Andy Stott (Modern Love, Manchester) combines influences from Basic Channel to UK Hardcore,
concrète noise and industrial dub and will perform a headline live set incorporating vocals from his former
piano teacher, Alison Skidmore.
Lee Gamble is hailed as some of the best in PAN records’ catalogue. Recent release ‘Diversions
19941996′
transformed classic jungle breakdowns into ambient compositions reminiscent of V/Vm’s
The Death Of Rave series.
Rashad Becker (D&M, Berlin) will present a rare live set of his “traditional music for imaginary species”,
precise sound designs created to encourage audiences to focus their hearing.
Hieroglyphic Being (Jamal Moss) is a Chicagobased
artist/DJ/producer in the lineage of Ron Hardy,
Adonis and Steve Poindexter. Inspired by Sun Ra’s Afrofuturism
and the clubs of Chicago, his unique
style as close to free jazz and avantgarde
noise as house and disco.
Powell’s productions repattern
ideas from New York No Wave to European Techno and UK D&B with
incisive, ascetic vision. The most recent issue on his Diagonal imprint was hailed as the single of 2012
by Boomkat.com.
DJ support from Faktion’s Conor Thomas. Presented by FutureEverything in association with Faktion.
Loscil / Roberto Fabbriciani
Fri 22 March / 7.30pm / MediaCityUK, The Quays, Salford
‘Maderna and new routes of the flute in the second ’900′ a
medley of experimental scores for flute by
composers Bruno Maderna, Andrea Mannucci, Fabricciani and many more. Fabricciani is widely
considered to have reinvented the flute during the latter part of the 20th and into the early part of our
current century, through personal research into the instrument’s sonorous possibilities. He is most
noted for his work with Luigi Nono, Luciano Berio, Salvatore Sciarrino, Karlheinz Stockhausen and John
Cage. He worked for many years with Luigi Nono, in the experimental studio of the SWF in Freiburg,
blazing new and unusual trails in music.
This event brings highly regarded international artists from the classical avant garde and experimental
electronic oeuvres together for one night of experimentation in sound in a unique and intimate venue.
Land of Light [live] / Moonboots / Jason Boardman / Jolyon Green / Simon Tonkinson
Fri 22 March / 9pm / Soup Kitchen, Spear St, Northern Quarter, Manchester
This year Aficionado celebrates its 15th year of existence with a live performance by Land of Light.
Land Of Light are the Londonbased
duo Jonny Nash and Kyle Martin. Separately, Nash has earned
praise from the likes of David Mancuso and François K for his Sombrero Galaxy project, and Kyle plays
synth for exOzric
Tentacles/Planet Gongfronted
space rock band Dream Machine. Together, the pair
make atmospheric, new worlds of sound which float just out of reach in Vangelistinged
smoothness.
Their selftitled
debut album – released in November 2012 via ESP Institute has received critical acclaim
worldwide.
DJ Support supplied by Moonboots and Jason Boardman (Aficionado), Jolyon Green (Lowlife) and Simon
Tonkinson (Be My Guest).
Presented by Aficionado and Be My Guest.
Closing Party: Space Dimension Controller / Jam City / Saoirse
Sat 23 March / 9pm / Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW
A leading figure in ‘Galactic Funk’, Space Dimension Controller (R&S) blends the psychedelic boogie
and funk philosophy of George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic with a contemporary nu disco meets
house sound often associated with the likes of Midnight Magic, Greg Wilson and Escort. Taking
references from the synthled
soundtracks of video games and science fiction films of the 1980s along
the way, Space Dimension Controller’s music is a fantastic and overwhelmingly enjoyable exploration of
dancefloor retrofuturism.
Presented in association with Resident Advisor.
Tickets on sale now from futureeverything.org and in person at Piccadilly Records and Eastern Bloc,
Manchester.
www.futureeverything.org | @FuturEverything | #futr

 

FutureEverything have announced the music programme for their 2013 festival. As usual the line-up features a cutting edge roster of electronic artists including Holy Other, Andy Stott, Lapalux, Om’Mas Keith, Carter Tutti [Throbbing Gristle], WIFE, Space Dimension Controller and many more. 

Here are the specific details;

“FutureEverything is proud to announce 24 artists performing as part of the its music programme, taking place in Manchester from Thursday 21 – Sunday 24 March 2013 as part of the FutureEverything Summit of Ideas & Digital Invention.

Drew Hemment, CEO, FutureEverything said: “The traditional city wide FutureEverything festival will be back next year but for 2013 we’re excited to announce a special edition: The FutureEverything Summit of Ideas & Digital Invention aone off event designed to celebrate digital culture, music and arts.

It wouldn’t be a FutureEverything event without a cutting edge music programme and this year we will betaking over Salford’s Islington Mill for a series of live shows, as well as a number of events at MediaCityUK and a closing party with Resident Advisor.

Music programme events include:

Brandt Brauer Frick ft. Om’Mas Keith / Lapalux

Wed 20 March

7.30pm

Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW

Brandt Brauer Frick produce techno without the technology, using classical instruments in preference to synthesisers and computers, combining the disciplines of jazz, techno and hip hop to create a new musical identity. Joining them will be Om’Mas Keith of Sa Ra, who taking their style and philosophy from free jazz composer Sun Ra. Also performing will be Lapalux, who creates lush, surprising and explosive sonic textures set in unencountered, unearthly spaces. Presented by Carhartt Work in Progress.

Carter Tutti [Throbbing Gristle]

Thu 21 March

7.30pm

MediaCityUK, The Quays, Salford

Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti formed Carter Tutti out of the ashes of seminal Industrial band Throbbing Gristle a band that founded the Industrial music genre and were one of the first collectives to successfully fuse electronic and acoustic instrumentation. Harmonic Coaction is a live audio assimilation of person, place and time a series of sound works constructed from audio field recordings relating to the performance site. The work is created live in situusing those recordings as key components, deconstructing and manipulating the sounds injuxtaposition and harmony.

The accompanying visuals consist of images inspired by the site to createan audio visual continuum. Presented by Salford Sonic Fusion Festival in association with FutureEverything.

Holy Other / WIFE / Special Guests

Thu 21 March

7.30pm

Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW

Holy Other produces beautiful R&B inspired electronica while keeping live performances seductively minimalist, performing hidden under black cloth to allow the music, rather than the live persona take centre stage. Multi instrumentalist WIFE has until recently been best known as the sole permanent member andwriter behind black metal outfit Altar Of Plagues, using found sounds, homemade instruments and field recordings as a base for music that mutates from mournful hypnotics to shuffling trickery reminiscent of UK Garage and early dubstep productions. Presented by FutureEverything in association with Now Wave.

Andy Stott [live] / Lee Gamble / Rashad Becker [live] / Hieroglyphic Being / Powell

Fri 22 March

9pm

Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW

Andy Stott (Modern Love, Manchester) combines influences from Basic Channel to UK Hardcore, concrète noise and industrial dub and will perform a headline live set incorporating vocals from his former piano teacher, Alison Skidmore. Lee Gamble is hailed as some of the best in PAN records’ catalogue. Recent release ‘Diversions19941996′ transformed classic jungle breakdowns into ambient compositions reminiscent of V/Vm’s The Death Of Rave series. Rashad Becker (D&M, Berlin) will present a rare live set of his “traditional music for imaginary species”, precise sound designs created to encourage audiences to focus their hearing.

Hieroglyphic Being (Jamal Moss) is a Chicago based artist/DJ/producer in the lineage of Ron Hardy, Adonis and Steve Poindexter. Inspired by Sun Ra’s Afrofuturismand the clubs of Chicago, his uniquestyle as close to free jazz and avantgardenoise as house and disco. Powell’s productions repattern ideas from New York No Wave to European Techno and UK D&B withincisive, ascetic vision. The most recent issue on his Diagonal imprint was hailed as the single of 2012 by Boomkat.com. DJ support from Faktion’s Conor Thomas. Presented by FutureEverything in association with Faktion.

Loscil / Roberto Fabbriciani

Fri 22 March

7.30pm

MediaCityUK, The Quays, Salford

‘Maderna and new routes of the flute in the second ’900′ a medley of experimental scores for flute bycomposers Bruno Maderna, Andrea Mannucci, Fabricciani and many more. Fabricciani is widelyconsidered to have reinvented the flute during the latter part of the 20th and into the early part of ourcurrent century, through personal research into the instrument’s sonorous possibilities. He is most noted for his work with Luigi Nono, Luciano Berio, Salvatore Sciarrino, Karlheinz Stockhausen and John Cage. He worked for many years with Luigi Nono, in the experimental studio of the SWF in Freiburg, blazing new and unusual trails in music. This event brings highly regarded international artists from the classical avant garde and experimental electronic oeuvres together for one night of experimentation in sound in a unique and intimate venue.

Land of Light [live] / Moonboots / Jason Boardman / Jolyon Green / Simon Tonkinson

Fri 22 March

9pm

Soup Kitchen, Spear St, Northern Quarter, Manchester

This year Aficionado celebrates its 15th year with a live performance by Land of Light. Land Of Light are London based duo Jonny Nash and Kyle Martin. Separately, Nash has earned praise from the likes of David Mancuso and François K for his Sombrero Galaxy project, and Kyle plays synth for ex-Ozric Tentacles/Planet Gong fronted space rock band Dream Machine. Together, the pairmake atmospheric, new worlds of sound which float just out of reach in Vangelis tinged smoothness. Their selftitleddebut album – released in November 2012 via ESP Institute has received critical acclaim worldwide. DJ Support supplied by Moonboots and Jason Boardman (Aficionado), Jolyon Green (Lowlife) and SimonTonkinson (Be My Guest). Presented by Aficionado and Be My Guest.

Closing Party: Space Dimension Controller / Jam City / Saoirse

Sat 23 March

9pm

Islington Mill, James St, Salford M3 5HW

A leading figure in ‘Galactic Funk’, Space Dimension Controller (R&S) blends the psychedelic boogieand funk philosophy of George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic with a contemporary nu disco meets house sound often associated with the likes of Midnight Magic, Greg Wilson and Escort. Taking references from the synthled soundtracks of video games and science fiction films of the 1980s along the way, Space Dimension Controller’s music is a fantastic and overwhelmingly enjoyable exploration of dancefloor retro futurism. Presented in association with Resident Advisor.

Tickets on sale now from futureeverything.org and in person at Piccadilly Records and Eastern Bloc, Manchester.

www.futureeverything.org | @FuturEverything | #futr”

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