bad timing presents 10 years of bad timing   Leave a comment

Very much looking forward to this historic event.

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bad timing presents
10 years of bad timing
aid & abet
station road
(entrance in cambridge station car park between cityroomz hotel and cambridge bike hire)
times: 7:30-10:30
entry: £5

Celebrating 10 years of experiments from the underground, including DIY, electronics, experimental, lo-fi, noise, radiophonics, weird pop and randomness, Since November 2001 Bad Timing has brought artists from across the world, the UK and Cambridge to as many venues as we could find (or build).

For this special event we return to Aid & Abet artspace to present artists from regular to new who work in the spirit of Bad Timing — obsessive lo-fi electronics made with any and every kind of obsolete technology.

Sculpture are a DIY music/animation duo, using zoetrope projector record deck, tape loops, cassettes, samples, cdj and lo-fi electronic noise to generate a retro-futurist sonic and visual overload. Sculpture create lo-fi beauty manipulating vintage domestic tape machines with handfulls of tapeloops, along the lines of Philip Jeck’s old vinyl loops.
First seen at Bad Timing at our collaborative event with the legendary Kosmische club, we’re very pleased to be able to present them in the context of Aid & Abet’s main warehouse project space with large-scale projections onto decaying industrial walls and metalwork.
hacker farm

‘Make-do and mend. Broken music for a Broken Britain.’
pete um
(gagarin, grist, strange lights, tripel)

Posted November 8, 2011 by peteum2013 in Uncategorized

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