When: 9th Oct
Where: Village Underground, London
Tickets: £19.50 +bf
Hosted by the good people over at Soundcrash, next month the immensely talented Belfast born musician Max Cooper, brings his much acclaimed Emergence audio-visual show to Village underground. Cooper, equipped also with a PhD in computational biology, has been releasing music since 2007. His productions which encompass the ambient as well as frantic poles of electronica and techno are ever-maturing and creative, taking on influences from a number of other interests. Psychoacoustics, 3D sound design, and field recordings have broadened Cooper’s arsenal and his highly individual odyssey in musical experimentation has seen him work with a host of eclectic names including Nils Frahm, Au Revoir Simone and pianist Tom Hodge to name but a few.
We’re counting down the days in anticipation for an all encompassing conceptual journey into existence through mediums of fine-art sound design and cognitive scientific theory via stunning visuals. Max describes Emergence as an: “audio-visual story about the emergence of the reality we live in from basic underlying natural form,” and the expanse of Village underground is sure to provide a fitting backdrop for losing oneself in Cooper’s blurring worlds.
Max will be joined on the night by Aidan Doherty and Throwing Snow who will provide support with their bags filled with progressive techno and genre blends respectively.
Be sure not to miss out on this one, if you’re not yet convinced feast your eyes on the trailer below and for more information see the Facebook event here.