“The eponymous EP was originally released in 2012 and now gets the re-release treatment from London electronic music label Bit-Phalanx.
“It’s an exciting time for me, to have my EP re-released in anticipation of my newest material coming out in October,” Painter told Bristol Culture…”
The rest of the words here – Bristol Culture write up
‘Kayla Painter’ (Revised Edition)
There’s a lot of fresh new (ish ) music out at the mo.
Bonobo’s New Album The North Borders
Atoms For Peace
the boiler room, endless hours of good music.
I’ve recently been working in the studio with Ableton, for composition.
This is completely new to me, as I have only previously used Ableton for Live sets.
Here’s something I was messing around with this afternoon.
- It might be worth mentioning I have been listening to some more experimental stuff lately, retracing my university learning, Jacob Kirkeegard, Steve Reich, Alvin Lucier, the usual suspects.
and here’s what it looks like
I have had the pleasure of being invited to play at this years Pulse Festival, near my hometown, Southampton. I have heard lots of positive things about the festival from previous years, but have yet to see it myself.
I am looking forwards to enjoying a range of music, and joining many others that are there to support the cause. Pulse festival was founded in 2010 to support the Childrens Heart Unit in Southampton. It has been a huge success and continued to grow since it’s set up just three years ago. After speaking to one of the organisers, Mark Ward, I can only see an exiting future for Pulse, and am very keen to be a part of it. This year has plenty of things to offer for people of all ages and music genres, and who wouldn’t want to go and have a bit of a knees up, discover some new music, and support such a worthy cause?
More info & Tickets here – Pulse Festival