Tag Archives: David Birchall
14th June Stretford Sip Club
This months excellent edition of our monthly improvised music night at the awesome bar Stretford Sip Club. Plan is for this to run on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Poster by Otto. Facebook event here https://www.facebook.com/events/1192255697474708/
Madlab Arts + Tech Open Studio
Me and Vicky will be presenting our Noise Orchestra work so far and prototypes along with our fellow Art + Tech colleagues at this event next Friday at Madlab. More info and what to do if you want to attend here.
Had this piece floating around in the “archive” for ages. Its based on some electromagnet recordings I made on the trams between Wythenshawe and Chorlton when I was working on the Echo Trace project with Andrea Pazos for Brighter Sound last May. For the basic idea of how to do this/how it works and aContinue reading “Tram Music”
Birchall Smal Webster
Nice capture of our Sheffield set from March at Bank Street Arts. Each of us labouring under our preferred descriptions. Thanks to Richard Moran for filming.
Long String instrument on PS2N
Excellent episode of PS2N, digital TV coming out of Sheffield which features various scenes with the 50 metre plus string instrument Sam Andreae and myself built there as part of our residency at the Penthouse in September/October 2014.
London gig from December
Nice recording from the Cafe Oto gig with Andrew, Otto and Colin from back end of last year. There’s a couple of recordings in the works too from the session we did with Sam Weaver during the same week as this tour.
Super excited that my ongoing sound.light.circuit.art project Noise Orchestra with Vicky Clarke has been chosen to take part in this amazing looking accelerator programme at Madlab in Manchester. We are going to be working with a great bunch of artists, mentors and Madlab folk developing our Noise Machines to the next place. Lots toContinue reading “Madlab Accelerator”
Live at Over the Top
From the second gig we did on the tour mid December. A nice set live from the conservatory at Mick’s. We did a great days recording in Stockport the day before this which will see the light of day sometime in 2016.
Began work a few months ago putting together a very loose assemblage of parts that maintains the structural features of electric guitar while amplifying the possibilities I find most interesting on the instrument further. Namely; the ability to amplify and make microphonic large surface and the ability to pinpoint on pickup sounds. An example ofContinue reading “Metaguitar 1”