short excerpt from recent no computer performance

below is a short excerpt from the recent performance by mowgli and the slate pipe banjo draggers at the floor 2 exhibition in hammersmith, as part of the witch of the gate evening. many thanks to cos chapman and martin lau

 

literal descriptive cassette set

please find below an excerpt from the improvised live performance of the literal descriptive cassette set by the slate pipe banjo draggers, live at the centre and the circle event in london, 17.6.18. many thanks to alex monk for hosting this event

 

 

june july live performances

slate pipe banjo draggers performances occurring over the next month :

8th june – Witch of the Gate #7 with Mowgli. Floor 2 Exhibition, Hammersmith : 

17th June – slate pipe banjo draggers perform literal descriptive solo cassette set @ Centre and the Circle #5, My Neighbours the Dumplings, Clapton. short preview below : 

 

 

14th July Tempting Failure Biennial of Performance Art and Noise, Croydon. Performing Prime Bolus Music MRItrusion with Mowgli.

 

 

 

 

Floor 2 Exhibition, Riverside building, Hammersmith

I have been asked to perform as the slate pipe banjo draggers with Mowgli and also to display a variety of my work for the upcoming group exhibition Floor 2 at the Riverside Building in Hammersmith as part of the Hammersmith and Fulham Arts Festival. It has been curated by artist Martin Lau and is currently the event of the week in Art Licks magazine.

I will be performing our improvised ‘no computer‘ set with Mowgli on the Friday night 8th June as part of Cos Chapman’s Witch of the Gate evening. My ‘wall hung copper based artwork made nicer by touching‘ interactive sound work will be on display. There is also the first public display of a triptych of my ‘greyness’ mixed media works of MaxForLive computer code images from an ongoing series looking at alternative ways of displaying sound art in gallery settings.

There is a Meet the Artists event on the Thursday evening 7th June – details here
There is also a Preview event/Private view on the Friday evening 1st June – Register here

A selection of the work i have on display in the Riverside building is below

 

 

new Sadie Jemmett with Floating Arm Production

also recently i have been working with Sadie Jemmett on a remix of one of her pieces which has now been released to coincide with earth day. Tom Hadley of the Floating Arm project has also been providing saxophone sounds. the resulting piece can be seen and heard below and can also be bought via Sadie Jemmett’s bandcamp page

 

the slate pipe banjo draggers – special weapons

the slate pipe banjo draggers have again been working with Sadie Jemmett on a new piece of music. the finished result can be seen and heard below. Sadie Jemmett provides vocals to accompany sounds derived from old Casio and Yamaha keyboards and looped flutes, horns and a Remo Paddle drum.

 

 

Mowgli & the slate pipe banjo draggers – Mariskao @ Five Miles 11.2.18

Below is the full performance of Mariskao by Mowgli and the slate pipe banjo draggers as part of the Crux AV night at Five Miles in London.

live perfomance feb 11th @ five miles

the slate pipe banjo draggers will be performing the Mariskao audio visual set with Mowgli at Five miles on sunday evening 11th february, alongside other artists as part of the Crux AV evening. click on the red links for further details.

 

live performance december 9th @ the intimate space, hornsey, london

the slate pipe banjo draggers will be performing a no computer set with mowgli at the intimate space, st.mary’s tower, hornsey in london on december 9th. the performance will be part of a double bill with thraneen. this is a small performance space and limited tickets are available here

 

live performance on sunday 29th october

the slate pipe banjo draggers will be playing the bailey one is more not four single stringed midi bass with mowgli and his zenoid audiovisual groovebox on sunday 29th october at the total refreshment centre in stoke newington, london, as part of the live music event by A’mas.