Unsound: Lustmord + Pianohooligan

27 September 2013 / 19:15
LSO St Luke’s


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Welsh-born, California-based Brian Williams (aka Lustmord) brings his solo A/V show to London. First emerged as an associate of industrial outfit SPK in the early ‘80s, Williams subsequently embarked on a solo career which has seen him at the forefront of dark and daring ambient for over 30 years.

His new album, The Word As Power (Blackest Ever Black) presents us with a desolate landscape populated by electronics, immense sub-bass and acoustic phenomena harnessed and arranged to stimulate feelings of dread, but also escape, renewal and rebirth.

Polish jazz pianist and composer Piotr Orzechowski (aka Pianohooligan) completes the double-bill. One of the most awarded musicians of his generation, the 23-year-old has been the recipient of the first prize at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Solo Piano Competition and has collaborated with an eclectic list of artists including Krzysztof Penderecki and Adrian Utley from Portishead.

7pm doors open
7.15pm Lustmord Q&A hosted by Jennifer Lucy Allan (online editor for The Wire mag)
8pm Pianohooligan plays: Experiment Penderecki (PL)
8.55pm Lustmord (UK)

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Produced by the Barbican, Polish Cultural Institute in London, Fundacja Tone and UNSOUND Productions

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