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The Old Crown Courts
Hari from Electronic Music Wales was kind enough to invite me to do an interview for their site.
You can read our chat here – EMW
Covering topics – cheating in music, live electronic improvisation, stealing culture and field recordings, what it’s like to release through a label, studying music in the University of Wales, Newport, and other bits and bobs.
Image: Zoltan Nagy
This week is a busy one for me.
I’m excited to do my second performance as part of a new project (Only You Can Reset It) tonight, at The Island, Bristol.
Only You Can Reset it first appeared in October 2013 as part of a pop up record shop, and are returning with a fuller sound and a more developed set. We are Kayla Painter and Jon Worsley, and we take influence from all the music people. People have said it sounds like: experimental cheesecake, Modeselector, Thom Yorke, Lakota @ 3am, January never ends so stay indoors and make some sweet music. Happy with the feedback we have received we’re looking to expand on what we’re doing and you’ll hear more from us very soon.
If your intrigued to hear what KP and Jilk sound like in a lasagne together, come along to the Island tonight. Its free entry, suggested donation of £3 is welcome but not forced, and its not deemed (even by our social standards) as rude if you don’t want to donate.
You’ll also be delighted to hear some experimental auditory ness from Seth Cooke & Dominic Lash, and Timothy C Holehouse & Raxil4. Henry Lee Colins (aka Shitmat) has curated the night and will be joining in opening with a half an hour set.
Hope to see you there.
Times as follows:
1800-1830 – Shitmat
1830-1915 – Only You Can Reset it
1930-2000 – Seth Cooke and Dominic Lash
2015-2100 - Timothy C Holehouse and Raxil4
Photo: Zoltan Nagy
Venue: The Louisiana , Bristol.
Audiophiles christmas party
With thanks to The Crisis Project, live footage filmed at their Launch party.
On Friday I had the pleasure of going to watch Baths (Will Wiesenfeld) at The Oval Space, in London.
I performed one of my first ever gigs supporting Baths, in Bristol’s Fire station, and felt it was necessary to see what he was up to. (That and that I pretty much got through 2010 by listening to his album Cerulean).
He has a new album out now, Obsidian (2013), which is what most of his set what about on Friday.
He wore shorts. The music was top.
This weekend, tomorrow, I will be joining Jilk and supporting The Crisis Project at their launch party at Cafe Kino.
Its at 8pm, free entry, and a lovely little venue.
Those of you that came to my record launch would have seen The Crisis Project play a lovely set (and heard Jilk do the sound). Most of you have since asked me about them, where you can buy their stuff, listen to more, and watch their hypnotic visuals. (Cafe Kino is the answer to that). But also here’s some links and stuff to ear up.
See you there.
Ive moved facebooks, so please come join me on my new page.
This weekend I played in the corner of a Cube on Friday night.
A pop up space in town on Saturday day time (set with Jilk)
and released my EP Saturday night at the Looking Glass.
My EP is now out for sale… £5 for a hard copy.
Online/digital/ will be released on 14th October 2013.
If you want a hard copy you can get one from me at my gigs.
Or if you can’t wait, you can order one direct from me miss.kayla.painter[AT]gmail.com
Thanks for all those people that came along it did not go unrecognised , especially for travelling from Southampton, Norwich, London & the black hole in Montpelier.
and this moment of self reflection
(and then also this for those of you who aren’t laughing).