Here’s a remix I did for my good friends The Crisis Project.
Kayla Painter ‘s Dual Screen show returns for the last time this year to Bristol.
This free gig will showcase the unusual set up of two full sized projection screens, with Kayla performing a live set in between them. Expect to be taken on a dreamy journey through the stars whilst the visuals soar above the performer, and entangle you in an ambient sci-fi world of delights. You’ll catch glimpses of Kayla’s silhouette throughout the performance, and when released from your trance you may have trouble finding your feet, so we advise you move slowly upon exit.
Catch this unmissable show for the last time this year at The Canteen on Stokes Croft, 26th November, Free entry.
“A live show not to be missed” Bristol Live Magazine
“Kayla Painter, the ever enigmatic performer” Howling Owl Records
“A unique slant on the amalgamation of audio and visual..a breath of fresh air” DrunkenWerewolf Magazine
Support from Barnaby Carter
‘Gilles Peterson endorsed, Barnaby Carter’s soulful yet eclectic sound is homegrown talent to have more than one eye kept on in the coming months’ CRACK Magazine
‘Off the back of support slots with Lapalux and The Slow Revolt, and remixes for Nils Frahm, Elephant and Oliver Wilde, Barnaby Carter is readying a new release of dreamy hypnogogic electronica, with washes of atmosphere a la Mount Kimbie, Four Tet and Bonobo.’
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 is my second official release.
It is now out in the world ready for your ears!
Ableton Live 8,
Logic Pro 9,
Native Instruments Komplete 7 (software),
2 x KRK Rokit 6,
Komplete Audio 6 sound card,
glockenspiel, hand claps, vocal/glottal noises, & other found sounds
photo: Annik Media
Hard copies can be ordered from me through any of the social network sites by just dropping a message across. – or see me at a show.
Digital copies, Itunes/amazon/the usual
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