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Åyusp / Freelake

Friday October12th 2018 7.30pm

Another excellent double-header of electronic music.

Åyusp
A new collaboration between Graham McElearney and Paul Mills, born out of a common love for our favourite German electronic music, influenced in particular by all the usual suspects – the mighty Tangerine Dream of course (especially the golden line up with Peter Baumann) , along with Neu, Harmonia (and basically anything with Michael Rother in it!), Kraftwerk, Ash Ra Temple, Klaus Schultz, Popol Vuh, Brian Eno etc etc….

ÅYUSP are working not only on their own material but also doing a bit of “Audio Archaeology” along the way, and have recently recreated an excerpt from Tangerine Dream’s 1975 York Minster gig, which up to now has only existed in bootleg form…

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Freelake
Prepared electronica with live instruments- a cross genre journey in a wide sonic landscape exploring the possibilities of rhythm and sounds, using Ableton, Korg MS200, Microbrute and Wavedrum, with looped electric harps, bowed electric bass and Idiopan. Freelake is the alter ego of frostlake , spectral psych-folk artist and member of the improvising rock band Orchestra Of The Upper Atmosphere, all found on www.discus-music.co.uk

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