Sonic Electronics at The Others

Wednesday, 3 April 2019 from 19:00-23:00


WHERE: The Others – Stoke Newington (Overground)

6 Manor Road, N16 5SA London, United Kingdom


Artists: Precocious Mouse / +777000 / TZT / Lou Barnell / Laura Netz


Precocious Mouse

Fragmented, atomic, data sonorised techno / dusty, found, minimal

Caleb Wood under the alias of ‘precocious mouse’ has been experimenting with sound as a conceptual tool since the release of his first album, ‘2_3/.dll (grey circuits)’ on the Sicilian experimental netlabel ‘Brusio’ in 2010. He has worked under the aliases ‘precocious mouse’ and ‘,’ and more recently ‘reference hardware’ exploring methods to construct pieces which have a conceptual base in the fragmentation and complexity of the processes of communication.


Code Noise Pop

+777000 is a project by Eliza Gromova-Gulbe. Their music is based around creating, extending, resurfacing and adjusting memories. By comparing memories to data, they are exploring themes and possibilities of computerising human feelings, thoughts and experiences. They use TidalCycles to create compositions but the outcome is not always limited to coding. The sonic spectrum ranges from rhythmic waves of ambient to walls of glistening noise.


Digital and hardware

Edward Griffiths aka TZT returned to sound making around 5 years ago having been a rave and club promoter in the early 90’s.
Choosing simplistic and limiting software to generate sounds (such as apps and Audacity) he builds layered pieces formed from the resulting sound artifacts. Structurally his pieces tend toward classical composition through electronic noise, rave and film music are the main stylistic influences. Currently one half of XCERO , Edward will be introducing coded elements and hardware to his set for this event.

Lou Barnell

Performance, Music, Sound Art, Experiments, Arts Activism.

I am a performer, sound artist, and social researcher. I Have composed produced and performed work for over 15 years. I work with sonic corporeality, a cross-disciplinary approach inspired by symbiotic production of sound, identities, and selves. I use voice, choreography, and sound to explore intertwined mysteries of flesh, and knowing.

Medial Ages by Laura Netz

DIY electronics strobe lights

The artist uses optoelectronic oscillators which produce a repetitively modulated wave. The light sources control the circuits modulating the signal. In a sound/light integration, the modulation of tone activates an interactive system based on DIY circuitry. It is a self-generated sonic machine creating a syncopated, high-pitched, noisy beep.