Skribble X Klang! Glorias Navales/Hedghehog/Sholto Dobie/Ella Kay

Skribble X Klang! presents:

Glorias Navales @gloriasnavales
Hedgehog @h3d.gehog
Sholto Dobbie @sholtodobie
Ella Kay @ellakaysound

Tickets are £8-10 from RA, no one turned away for lack of funds.


Our next 2023 show brings together artists Dhangshaen creuxPokk!SW1n-HUNTER who, over the last couple years, have gravitated towards each other’s approach to public sonic experimentation and ethos for continuing to live in this world. Expect harsh noise, glitch, mutant dancehall and more.

Tickets £10 adv/more on the door

Doors 19:30pm

Dhangsha (Bengali for ‘destruction’) is the project and alias of electronic artist Aniruddha Das. He works at the interface of bass culture and experimental noise, creating a kind of “mutant dancehall” where distorted ‘alien’ motifs evolve and disintegrate over sparse but heavy beats. He explores minimalism, repetition and fragmentation, instigating turbulent interactions between metered and non-metric rhythm. Aside from releasing a handful of albums, including “Live at Spirit of Gravity” and “Aberrant,” the latter with label Hard Return, he has contributed to compilations by Iklectik, Syrphe and Avon Terror Corps. He is part of the ground breaking vinyl compilation “Disruptive Frequencies,” on Nonclassical, which received a storming review in The Wire. Dhangsha’s overwhelming passion is playing live. He has performed at the Bogotrax electronic festival in Colombia and has toured throughout the UK and in Europe both solo and supporting political/electronic duo Yao Bobby & Simon Grab. He is set to appear this autumn at Iklectik’s live series “Black Industrial/Noise.” He is a commissioned participant of the AHRC-funded initiative “Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound,” examining the relative lack of Black and South Asian practitioners in experimental music in the UK.

Lucia H Chung is a Taiwanese artist based in London, United Kingdom. She performs and releases music under the alias en creux where the sound creation springs from her fascinations in noise generated through no-input feedback mixing board. The volatile nature of the system and the unpredictable glitch from the excessive energy pouring into the equipment becomes her improvisational and compositional strategy. Lucia’s passion lies in live performance and has regularly performed solo and with collaborators in the UK, Europe, Asia and North America, including Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival, Krama Festival, and Lisboa Soa Festival.

Fuzz comes alive, moving at odd angles like the sinuous threads are being chased by a series of subatomic bleeps and flashes. Tension rises as the tempo picks up, fueling the disjointed rhythmic quality within each sterile, self-contained unit.’ – Fox Digitalis 

Pokk! is the co-founder and contributor to the anarcho-collectivist, anti- capitalist, agile electronic music label sometimes referred to as SM-LL, Small, or “the label”. Initiated under the premise and values found in counter culture and electronic music’s position away from the mainstream money engine and the ego’s intent for popularity. Indoctrinated on repetitive, rhythmic electronic music, sometimes full of hiss, bass, clicks, glitches and shifting patterns, often focused around one or two sounds. This is easier than having to layer things.

No info on this one, obviously…But nothing’s that simple is it?…There’s something reassuring about the anonymity of music that sounds like a factory floor filled with malfunctioning industrial machinery…One for the Vladislav Delay devotees for sure…Emulsified dub radicals and grubbing post techno residues” – Boomkat

Live 2018

SW1n-HUNTER is the solo sonic project of artist Adam Denton. Dependent on context and situation, they’ll combine frequency sculpture, instrumental mutation, environmental recording, machine/human utterance, feedback systems, movement and decayed samples, etc etc. Recently live shows have manifested as unwieldy, improvised audio essays, often accompanied by textual video works, performed across the world in places like Vietnam, Brazil, North America, Japan, Europe, Ireland, and Kurdistan. When not doing SW1n-HUNTER, Denton works on projects like The Old
Police House (2013-2021), an experimental venue in Gateshead UK and most recently the Abandonment sonic research project in Slemani, Kurdistan region of Iraq, with a wide range of collaborators including Mariam Rezaei, Hardi Kurda, Khabat Abas, Dror Feiler, Elvin Brandhi and Gustav Thomas.


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SQE007 Launch: Curington/Diurnal Burdens + Fish El Fish + Comyn/Odie Ji Ghast/Whiteman

Celebrate the release of Waste Management by David Curington (SQE007) with a trio of improv sets.

Comyn / Odie Ji Ghast / Whiteman

Francis Comyn

Fran Comyn is a percussionist and improviser. He has worked on various improvised music events and projects in Manchester, Sheffield and London in addition to solo field recordings. Current activities include the quartet Fjall soon to release their first recording on Discus Music and a duo project with Adam Fairhall.

Odie Ji Ghast

Odie ji Ghast (a.k.a. Greta Buitkute) is a Lithuania-born improviser known in Newcastle and Manchester scenes. She is part of Historically Fucked and Impossibility Knox, and has shared the scene with many creators in the last decade. She also produces music and makes mixes, and has released solo albums with Beartown Records and Chocolate Monk. Since 2019 she started doing solo voice shows which resemble scripts – improvised melodies and rhythms with written word spoken and familiar songs reimagined.

Nina Whiteman

Nina Whiteman is a composer, vocalist, and multimedia artist. Her project BELOW GROUND is a collaborative interdisciplinary investigation of the subterranean (funded by Arts Council England in 2023), and has included multisensory multimedia performances as well as ‘sonic gardening’ workshops in the community.

In 2022, Nina created a cycle of multimedia works titled The Cybird Trilogy, investigating potential of AI in both sonic and visual domains to express complex relationships between nature and technology.

Her music has been performed widely in the UK and abroad by ensembles such as Manchester Camerata, Quatuor Danel, Dutch accordion duo TOEAC, Ealing Youth Orchestra, Psappha, Colinton Amateur Orchestra (Adopt-a-composer scheme), and Distractfold Ensemble at venues and festivals including the Cheltenham Music Festival, Kettle’s Yard, the Bridgewater Hall, Kings Place and the RNCM. International performances include The Galaxy Rotation Problem at the World Music Days festival (Slovenia, 2015; selected by British and international panels).

Curington / Diurnal Burdens

David Curington

David is a composer, visual artist and improvising oboist based in Hadfield, UK with interests in density, texture, noise, waste, commercialism, collage, the everyday, the absurd and their manifestations in the internet age.

He is the founder of Square Ears records and, to date, his music has been released on both his own label and Difficult Art and Music and aired on Freeness on BBC Radio 3. As an improviser, he is interested in reconceptualising the oboe as a noise instrument and has performed both at Square Ears label nights and the Curious Ear series in Manchester.

David holds a PhD in composition from the Royal Northern College of Music and is a former winner of the RPS Composition Prize.

Diurnal Burdens

Ross Scott-Buccleuch records music as Diurnal Burdens and as half of the duo Liminal Haze. He has collaborated with Brandstifter, Matt Atkins, Several Wives, Andy Jarvis, Territorial Gobbing, Andrew Sharpley, Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, Tim Olive, James Wyness, David Curington, Craig Johnson, Daniel Vujanic and Howard Stelzer.

Albums from these projects have so far been released on Invisible City Records, Matching Head, Falt, Chocolate Monk, More Mars, Crow Versus Crow, Moonside Tapes, Courier, Bivalve, Sound Holes, Kirigirisu, Flux on Demand, Test Recordings, Park70, Liquid Library, Steep Gloss, Hooker Vision, Ubanu Tarasa, Anticipating Nowhere.

Ross also runs the tape label Steep Gloss, which specialises in collaborative sound works of all things delirious, bewildering, melancholy, abstract, etc.

Fish El Fish

Fish El Fish (a.k.a. Kamran) is an improvising electronic artist based in Manchester working with analog synths and voiceovers to create ad hoc sonic collages somewhere between spoken word, lofi ambient and an inspirational mixtape left at the back of the fridge for too long. He has performed at the Curious Ear series at the Peer Hat.

Fish El Fish at Curious Ear


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