Archive for the ‘Live electronic music’ Category

Project Ghost live at Ohm – audio!

July 19, 2018

Here you can find a mixing desk recording of the full set by Project Ghost, live at the Ohm Club, Berlin, on June 15th 2018. At some point in the future, this may be released on limited run cassette by the good people at Aura Expansion/Sleepers. For now, you can stream it in its entirety…I suggest that you play it loud on a system with good bass response.

Project Ghost ‘Fractal Disruption’ 12″ release party – live in Berlin – June 15th 2018

April 5, 2018

Happy to confirm that I’ll be doing a live set at the Ohm Club in Berlin on 15th June, to celebrate the release later this year of the ‘Fractal Disruption’ 12″ on the Aura Expansion label. With DJ skills for the night provided by Omar and Stephen Mallinder (of Wrangler and Cabaret Voltaire, amongst others).

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Lagowski live in London – 1992/1993

January 22, 2018

Very dodgy and rough footage shot on 8mm video tape by Trevor Malcolm. At the end of the Live at Knowledge section, you can clearly hear the security guys telling him to stop recording. Nothing at all to do with drugs going down in the club. I got paid £50 for playing at Knowledge – it took me five hours to set up the hardware and some toad shouted “Play something live mate!”. Dave called me a high tech bastard. Yukari danced with Michelle. Coil came along (apparently). Neil Vitamin did the lights. Trevor did a great job considering how dark it all was. Uploaded just for historical reasons, for those around at the time.

Lagowski Live at Knowledge & Regent Palace Hotel – 1992/1993

Live in Berlin at Ohm – 30th September 2017

September 1, 2017

To celebrate the release of my ‘Mission Alpha III’ 12″ on Sleepers Records, I will be performing as ‘Clans of the Alphane Moon’ in Berlin on 30th September. It’ll be beat driven, scary, chaotic and noisy. Halloween meets Richard Devine, via Techno Central.
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Phobos VIII video report & gear update

March 22, 2017

Thanks to Martin Stürtzer (Phelios), you can watch the whole of my performance S.E.T.I. Live at Phobos VIII at Sophienkirche in Wuppertal on March 11th 2017.

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For those interested in the gear I used, here is a list: Mutable Instruments ‘Shruthi’ synthesizer, Bastl Instruments Trinity Poly, Roland SP404SX Sampler, Bleep Labs ‘Nebulophone’, Phonic 12:2 mixer, Mute Dirty Synth 1, Boss SE50, Boss Tera Echo, Koma Elektronik BD101 Delay, Sony MiniDisk, 4:1 submixer….the video was edited in iMovie. Insect photographs by Alek Lagowski, 3D processing by Pete Woodhead….

Phobos VIII – A Night of Dark Ambient Music – March 11th 2017

February 6, 2017

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Video documentation – S.E.T.I. live in Paris, Sept 10th 2016

September 14, 2016

A video of S.E.T.I. at Le Petit Bain, Paris, Sept 10th 2016. With thanks to Jean-Yves Millet for recording the performance and Vincent Glaume and the Loki gang for organising the event.

S.E.T.I. Live at Le Petit Bain, 2016.

S.E.T.I. Live in Paris, 10th September 2016, at the 25th Anniversary of Loki Foundation

August 22, 2016

I will be performing as S.E.T.I. to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Loki Foundation. My performance will be on 10th September 2016 at Le Petit Bain.

I will be using new hardware and have been working on a new video presentation….hope to see you there!

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INADE
BAD SECTOR
S.E.T.I.
FJERNLYS

19:00

Le Petit Bain
7 Port de la Gare – 75013 Paris

Métro: Quai de la Gare / Bibliothèque François Mitterrand

http://www.petitbain.org/

Lagowski – ‘Nantes 2000’ now on Bandcamp

August 13, 2016

Electronic Sound – The Electronic Music Magazine Issue 2.0

May 17, 2016

MorphysoundThis wonderful print version of Electronic Sound is now available here and includes an interview with me and many luminaries of the electronic music world about the early days of this type of music in the UK and the new Cherry Red Records 4-CD compilation ‘Close to the Noise Floor’. It’s beautifully produced and has a huge number of features about gear and people involved in all areas of electronics in music.


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