Our next incarnation, this time as Dendrology, will take place on 1st November in the Barn at The Railway, Winchester. We are pleased to announce that the following artists will be joining us: Robert Curgenven, known for his work with organ, feedback and resonance; Plurals, the Brighton-based drone improv group; the extremely talented improvisational violinist Jennifer Allum; and finally Stereocilia, with a mix of guitar and live looping techniques. All in all another fascinating night of experimental music!
Tickets available Here!
We’re pleased to announce the next Ologies gig upstairs at the Railway in Winchester – 23rd July, featuring the ethereal majesty of Delphine Dora and Sophie Cooper plus field recording artist Sebastiane Hegarty and our very own Joe Evans. Please spread the word and get the date in your diaries!
Tickets now available from runningonair.com
It’s been a while, but Ologies is back, with another eclectic bill, perhaps our finest yet…
Not a stranger to Winchester by any means, Kemper Norton will be performing his unique, eldritch blend of folk and electronics – his micro-symphonies of rural alienation and decay. Howlround will summon ghosts and archival memories from the colossal databanks of the BBC world service, while Olan Mill, with their soaring drones, will explore the emotion in inner and outer landscapes. Clive Henry, proponent of HNW and general behemothic noise, will be digging out new sounds from old kit and Stephen Christopher Stamper will be processing echoic memories from archived cassettes.
Or maybe they’ll decide to do something else.
The barn awaits… Doors are at 7.30, so get in nice and early.
Tickets from Runningonair.com.
There’s also a CD-r made up of exclusive tracks from all the artists involved – just £4.99 or £2.99 for a download. These will be on sale on the night, or you can get them from Runningonair.com.
Seismology was the second gig to be staged by Ologies. It included modular synth magus John Chantler (Café Oto), classically influenced ambient artists Pausal, live improvisations from Seth Cooke (Bang the Bore) & Dominic Lash, plus laptop manipulations from Grohs (Regolith). It was a belter.
As John Chantler put it…
The ghosts of Seth Cooke & Dominic Lash