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The museum of lost sounds explores the dark and lost borders of music, sound, art and film in partnership with Illuminations Festival.
The evening includes:
A special live performance by acclaimed producer, Forest Swords, debuting Shrine, a new experimental dance piece. Much of the show's score is made up of breath and body sounds, processed and sequenced to create a claustrophobic sound world of texture and physical rhythm.
London’s Drones Club are a wildly creative group of electronic musicians and artists who make music as a ‘beam of light through the shadow’. They are the soundtrack to the dystopian city, the dance party band for beneath the streets, and will make a special appearance filling the museum with their frontier-pushing sound.
Illuminations DJs and London based sonic adventurer Deeds will be playing with the idea of lost and found sounds, both between and after the acts into the night.
With visuals by Rian Crabtree.
Sonic installations in the smallest pub in London, the Deed and Prosper, hosted by broadcaster, DJ and music curator, Nick Luscombe (BBC Radio 3 Late Junction) and Steve Hellier (maker of noise and original founder member of Death in Vegas).
London Whispers, an installation by sound artist, designer and electronic musician Yuri Suzuki. His ‘whispering objects’ bring to life a secret London filled with captivating stories from London’s past.
Lume (Auto), a light installation by artist Chris Shen.
School of Noise workshops and interactive performances inviting you to play on mini modular synthesizers, music boxes, drum machines, paper record players and more.
Keeping the tradition of East London jazz clubs alive, the Little Bread Big Jam players play a secret session in the museum, accompanied by specially commissioned visuals around the themes of lost archives and dark London by Rollo Smallcombe.
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“In lone and silent hours, when night makes a weird sound of its own stillness”Percy Bysshe Shelley