3rd May at the Green Door Store: Johanna Bramli / Ned Rush / Binnsclagg

Johanna Bramli
Manipulated vocals, electronics, drone, found sounds

Johanna blends found sounds, drones, DIY noise devices, and harmonised vocals to create melodic, dreamy yet haunting soundscapes. She is one half of motorik pop band Fröst and is interested in exploring the gap between experimental noise and pop. In her solo work, she attempts to bring elements of melodic and pop structures to experimental sounds and textures.

Ned Rush
Improvised electro acoustics, musique concrete, breakcore & noise

Ned Rush (aka rude_NHS) is a musician, producer, developer and broadcaster. Live shows are a mixed bag of djing/deconstructing tracks from his commercial releases and improvising with electro acoustics, musique concrete, breakcore and noise in Ableton and Eurorack modular as well as tweaking around with a custom video synth made in MaxMSP. Ideas, riffs and sounds evolve or devolve in and out of the familiar and unusual.

Harsh Word Walls, spoken noise

Binnsclagg is the noise project of poets Verity Spott and Karl M V Waugh. They use found words, found sound and fuse them with their own work for singular performances that have included taking power tools to tables and always involve making a mess.

Thursday 3rd May 2018 | 8pm – 10.30pm | £5
@ The Green Door Store
Undercroft, Brighton Train Station, BN1 4FQ Brighton

Next radio broadcast on ResonanceExtra FM: Tuesday 8th May 10.00pm to 12.00

Gravity Waves and the Spirit World

The next edition of the Spirit of Gravity radio show will be broadcast on Tuesday 8th May from 10.00pm to 12.00 on ResonanceExtra FM.

Details to be confirmed

Resonance Extra is available on DAB to listeners in Central Brighton and online to the rest of the world (how to listen). You can also listen online at extra.resonance.fm and directly using this link. Resonance Extra is also available via Radioplayer and TuneIn.

The April edition of the Spirit of Gravity Radio show is available on the ResonanceFM Mixcloud page:

This month featured a set of live recordings from the launch party for Brighton’s new Peripheral visionaries festival. This is a bit of an outlier, some sound art from the Antivoid Alliance, spoken word from A number of local poetry nights, spoken unwords from Dyian Nyoukis and Duncan Harrison, sounds and words from Kayfabe and Vapour Vox.