Bruce Vs Behaviour

The Gallery, The Island, Bridewell Street, Bristol, BS1 2LE

info@theislandbristol.com
http://theislandbristol.com/event/bruce-vs-behavioiur/

Thursday 25 May 2017
18:00 - 22:00
Admission Fee: £3
Pay on the door

The combination of Bruce and the ensemble Behaviour will explore the full dynamic range of pin-drop fragility, occasional cascades of complex noise, and post digital sound system pulse. Seamlessly blending improvisation and original compositions.

Bruce: Bristol based artist/producer and DJ releasing on Hessle

Audio,Timedance and Hemlock Recordings. Expect deep, dark, and forensic sound design in soundsystem and club ready tracks that tease established norms. Expect a focus on the spaces in between the musical events. Expect a refusal to do what might be expected.

www.soundcloud.com/iambruce

www.facebook.com/officialbrucemusic

Behaviour is a 13 piece experimental acoustic, electronic, and digital sonic ensemble. A detailed sound palette is created from analogue sound processors, hand-made electronic instruments, real-time laptop software environments, adapted DJ mixers, and delicate manipulations of amplified sounding objects using contact microphones and coil pick-ups. Behaviour comprises of year three Creative Music Technology students from Bath Spa University, devised and directed by electroacoustic improviser Andy Keep.

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This will be a beautiful sonic experience – in the characterful Island Gallery in central Bristol

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