New drama written by Rowan Joffe
OST Adrian Corker +
Writing the music for a film directed by Charles Garrad
Giacinto Scelsi Duo for Violin and Cello
1. Part 1
2. Part 2
Performed by Aisha Orazbayeva and Lucy Railton Continue reading
Starting work on the score for feature film The Have Nots directed by Florian Hoffmeister.
Oscillator, Feedback and Birds. Listen on SoundCloud
Upcoming concert July 16th at the ICA featuring work by and inspired by Giacinto Scelsi.
Essay written in advance of next month’s MusICA event in London. Continue reading
March 6th National Portrait Gallery London 18.30 Jack Wyllie/Adrian Corker live processed saxophone and oscillator.
Et in Motorcadia Ego! is playing as part of the “celluloid traces” programme at the ICA on Sunday January 11th at 2pm.
Symbiosis – choreography Anastasia Papaeleftheriadou, music Adrian Corker
14th November 2014 6-10pm
Limewharf, Vyner St, London E2 9DJ
New project Jake Wyllie / Adrian Corker (Sax and Oscillator)
Start Merge Fade released. Listen on SoundCloud
If you order Ep via US iTunes store Richard Skelton version of Shifting Grains is immediately downloaded
9th June Start Merge Fade Ep featuring reworks from Richard Skelton and Circle Traps of tracks from Raise plus new track Start Merge Fade. Edition of 200.
Available from Boomkat, Bleep, Itunes, Phonica and Sounds of the Universe.
Last few days of Chris Watson’s ‘Namib’ installation as part of The Silence Between at the Paul Stolper Gallery Museum St London.
Music just completed for short film Et in Motorcadia Ego! directed by Tim Plester
Ep out on 10″ vinyl early next year with new track Startmergeend and remixes of Shifting Grains by Richard Skelton, Charged by Circle Traps and Interdependence by Angele David-Guillou.
Raise is released on August 19th.
The first two of the sound art exhibitions at the Paul Stolper Gallery have been on, featuring work from Jem Finer and Rie Nakajima. The third in the series is work from Richard Skelton and is 29th April-1st May.
My album is now finished. Titled ‘Raise’, it should be out August/September. Featuring contributions from Portico Quartet, The Elysian Quartet and Lucy Railton amongst others.
I am pleased to announce I have recently signed to Mute Song.
The first of the exhibitions with The Paul Stolper Gallery will be between March 17th-21st and will feature a piece by Jem Finer.