Coming Friday, doors open 19:30 hours and we start at 20:00 hours!!!
Unii is a singer, songwriter, electronic music composer (ambient, avant-garde pop) from Northern island of Sapporo city, Hokkaido, Japan. Her soft yet powerful voice mixed with electronic sound invites you to the artistic world of hers. Unii has been performing live not only in Japan but overseas in Europe and Asia, such as Singapore, Vietnam and China. Her music is accepted positively borderless-ly and her style is described as post Bjork that it floats us into dream-like soundscape.
Unii released her first album from independent label Elegant Disc “New world, sea and your eyes” (2011) which she did all the creation work from recording to songwriting. The second album “Long scene, before sunset” was released from her own label Nothernlights in August of 2014. Unii’s creation is fresh and she is pioneering her own style of music.
TAPE MEASURE KID is the new live-playing duo of N, amps + guitar, and Jim Campbell (aka the preterite, www.the-preterite.com), lofi samplers, modified analog 4-track recorder and effects. On their double debut releases “Ours Is A Stubborn Monster” and “Zero Is An Even Number” they expand N’s drone / ambient style to something that is at the same time drone and beyond drone, including a sort of dark and sometimes weird improv tendency. very unique and for some of you maybe as if N’s sustained guitar had been mangled through a computer by some strange wizard. but in fact all you can hear happened in real time, with a cable feeding the guitar signal to jim’s cassette scratch orchestra, with the possibility of real-time manipulation while playing, cutting loose from boundaries.
Just a quick reminder that Machinefabriek and Stereocilia are playing Goor at March 28th.
Your presence is requested at an evening of: Harmonics And Nonadaptive Sounds.
Pre listening pleasure can be found at:
Tickets are € 10,00.
Doors open at 19:00 hours.
We hope to welcome you next week.
Hans van der Velden
Goor, the Netherlands
Dear Music lovers,
…it all started with one show in 2010, but now in 2015…
Harmonics And Nonadaptive Sounds will present you more music than before.
March 28th will be the first show, in what will be a very exciting musical year!
When the year is over you’ll know for sure we weren’t joking!
Doors open at 19:00 hour. Tickets € 10,=
To be continued….
Hello Music friends,
This year we will be celebrating 5 years of living room music in Goor! We came a long way since Dirk Serries played his first show back in 2010. Without you, our open-minded guests, our musical venture would not have been. In 2015 H.A.N.S. (Harmonics And Nonadaptive Sounds) will continue to bring you all kinds of (experimental) music in a small and intimate setting.
And that’s not all…
H.A.N.S. has got an evil twin brother and in 2015 he will emerge and claim his darkthrone! Music for the dauntless, music for those who dare! We will reveal more in due time (but you might want to sribble november 21 in your calender).
But first things first, this year we will kick off with Machinefabriek (nl) Stereocilia (uk).
Machinefabriek is the alias of Rutger Zuydervelt.
Rutger’s music combines elements of ambient, noise, minimalism, drone, field recordings and electro-acoustic experiments. His pieces can be heard as an attempt to create sonic environments for the listener to dwell in. Finding tension in texture, tone and timing, the result can be very minimalistic at first glance, but reveals itself upon closer listening. The devil is in the details […]
Stereocilia is Bristol based guitarist and composer, John Scott.
John uses his guitar and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound. Over the past 10 years John has performed all over the UK and Europe with various projects. He has also presented work for live radio broadcasts, and soundtracks to short films. He has twice performed in Rhys Chatham’s guitar Orchestras. In 2012 at the Biennial festival in Liverpool cathedral performing ‘A Crimson Grail’, and more recently in San Francisco performing ‘A Secret Rose’ – Both for 100 guitars.
Thank you for your ongoing support.
See you soon.
Hans, Mieke, Robin & Jamie