We’ve put a limited number of t-shirts up on Ebay for people who couldn’t make it to our recent events. 2 designs available. Synthesisers not included!
If you are looking from overseas please contact us before buying to get shipping costs.
Born out of the ashes of Unit Delta Plus, White Noise formed when Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson met and started to work with David Vorhaus. Sessions held late at night in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in Maida Vale eventually gave birth to the seminal album, An Electric Storm.
A true electronic music pioneer and innovator, David has continued his unique musical journey with further White Noise releases over the years, and is now joined in White Noise by fellow sound artist Mike Painter.
White Noise will be playing some tracks from An Electric Storm, along with more contemporary pieces. The perfect way to celebrate Delia’s birthday.
A member of the post-punk band Savages, and bass/electronic duo Kite Base, The Tin Music and Arts and Synthcurious welcome Ayse Hassan to the Deliaphonic 2018 line up.
Performing as Esya, her new solo electronic project, we are delighted that she has chosen Deliaphonic for one of her first gigs. Not to be missed!
We are delighted to confirm that this year The Tin Music and Arts and Synthcurious welcome Ian Helliwell to open Deliaphonic 2018.
Musician, composer, filmmaker, animator, electronic instrument builder, collagist, performer, writer, creative researcher, installation exhibitor, designer…. and author of the acclaimed book Tape Leaders: A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers.
In 1991, Ian established his bedroom recording lab (still operational today), and began his earliest forays into electronic music with 4 track cassette radio collages. He started building simple tone generators which grew into a series of numbered Hellitrons. More sophisticated multi-circuit machines or Hellisizers, have augmented this unique range of self-constructed, creatively soldered instruments, which provide all the electronically generated sounds for Ian’s compositions.
Ian will start the event with a series of short films, many of which will be screened for the first time. Following this with a live performance.
A big thank you to everyone that came along to yesterdays sound installation. It was another great turnout. Below are a few pics and clips from the day.
The event was a taster for Deliaphonic, which is next Saturday, the 5th May. Headline this year is White Noise, the band Delia was a part of in 1969. Not to be missed!
Just 2 days to go to our next sound installation at CET.
We have a limited run of Synthcurious t-shirts for sale this Saturday, and at Deliaphonic. With a special deal at CET if you buy a t-shirt and a ticket for Deliaphonic together. Details on the day.
To get us all in the mood for this years Deliaphonic event we will be having another sound installation at the CET building the week before, on Saturday the 28th April.
It will be totally live, as before. So expect a totally different sonic experience. We may even bring along some reel-to-reel tape decks, for some live tape manipulation.
We are delighted to confirm the return of Deliaphonic, a celebration of Delia Derbyshire’s birthday. And we have some very special guests lined up for this years event.
Ian Helliwell – author, film maker, musician, and audio-visual artist, Ian will be presenting a selection of his short films, as well as a live performance.
Esya – the electronic solo project from Savages and Kite Base artist Ayse Hassan.
White Noise – the experimental electronic music project started in 1969 by David Vorhaus. Initially including Brian Hodgson and Delia herself, David is now joined by Mike Painter.
Full artist profiles to follow.
A big thank you to the hundreds of people who came along yesterday, and for all of the really positive comments and feedback on social media. We really enjoyed the day, and are already discussing our next event.
We’d also like to thank Thomas, Katie, Rhi and Mike for helping us set up, Mike and Pete at Pick n Styx for the PA hire, Alan, Colin and the team at CET, and of course Tschock for the fantastic visuals.
Attached are a few pics, and links to some video clips from the day.
A reminder that it is our rescheduled Live Sound Installation at CET in Coventry tomorrow. The Synthcurious curators will be joined by local musician Tim Seeley for what promises to be a truly unique sonic experience.
The performance will start at 12 noon with a 440Hz tone. After that, anything is possible, as the event will involve live modular patching and synth programming.