Bleep43 at The Baths in Hackney Wick features a line-up of Imaginary Softwoods, Ana Quiroga, Ali Wade and Loula Yorke on Saturday 11 November.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our first event at The Baths, with a line up many years in the making. The combination of artists, space and audience promises to be another memorable installment in our series of deep listening events. As ever, we aim to create a space for total immersion in sound. A space where it’s possible to move beyond the day to day and travel far into distant worlds of music.
John Elliot’s Imaginary Softwoods project and his numerous other releases as a member of Outer Space, Mist, the legendary drone trio Emeralds and many others, are beacons for explorers of the outer reaches of transcendent sound. Whether directing his machines to plumb the icy resonances of crystal ponds or capturing oblique bucolic scenes, John has restlessly searched the fringes of what is possible in so-called ambient music. Polite it is not, but awe inspiring and transformative it most certainly is.
An inspiration to many, not only for his own music but also the epoch shaping contribution of his label Spectrum Spools, we’re very proud to welcome John over from the US for his first ever solo show in the UK.
Ana Quiroga makes her first appearance at Bleep43 having just released Azabache, her debut solo album on Houndstooth. We’ve admired the emotional weight, meticulous sound design and sheer accomplishment of Ana’s live and recorded work for some time, both as a solo artist and in partnership with Uge Pañeda as LCC on Editions Mego. We’re greatly looking forward to her performance at The Baths, which promises to make full use of the sonic possibilities of the space.
Ali Wade returns to Bleep43 after so ably shepherding us all between the live performances at our Jacksons Lane event last Summer. As well as a talented synthetist in his own right and founder of the wonderful Frequency Domain label, Ali’s dec
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