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  • video | furtlogic
    Search this site warning Creating default object from empty value in home furt furtlogic com sites all modules nodeorder nodeorder module on line 358 video There are currently no posts in this category informations performances works fORCH recordings cds downloads

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  • reviews | furtlogic
    tapes Mixed in are faint suggestion of pre recorded liturgical music plus samples of funereal drum beats and piano chording By the finale as machine like jagged textures wave and resonate a super quick cartoon like melody alternates with triggered stop start pulses and ring modulator peals until a descending echoing piano arpeggio connects with a ghostly melancholy cry Wooden sounding plinks and watery pulses share space with discordant episodes of rapidly rotating mechanized chirps mallet driven vibes like textures and near bestial growls FURT expands the number of paths open to committed electro acoustic experimenters Glenn Astarita jazzreview reviews February 2010 the duo generates a vivid and somewhat existential trek into boundless regions of sound the program is fortified with crystalline audio where these sound shaping endeavors shine forth with prismatic hues and transverse angles semi structured and improvised elements amid microtonal blips quirky treatments and witty configurations digitally manipulated voices jangling percussion simulations and sizzling electronics forays that interweave and dissect the duo executes a confederation of bizarre contrasts oscillating and liquefying sound sculpting manoeuvres to complement notions of a social breakdown daunting vistas with ethereal jaunts into a cosmic void Indeed it s electronic music underscored with a sense of purpose Tim Owen thejazzman reviews January 2010 FURT s electronics are simultaneously playful in an almost childlike sense and mind fuckingly cerebral suddenly we are traversing a disconcerting soundscape a sonic mindfield of minor sound glitch events and fractured voice samples You must listen for yourselves John Eyles allaboutjazz reviews January 2010 The overall effect is like watching a rotating kaleidoscope there is too much to assimilate and no second chances Ultimately immersion surrender and enjoyment are the only realistic options Dave Madden The Squid s Ear reviews December 2009 Valuing dexterity and amazement over pitch and

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  • communications | furtlogic
    misleading to talk about the technology as if it were at the centre of what we do Our setup consists at the moment of two MIDI keyboards and a few other controllers controlling sample playback software on three computers of which each of us has access to two So the situation involves characteristics both of one instrument and of two being played by both one person and two and that s more central to what we think about than the specific technology used to bring it about read more letter to Eddie Prévost communications PO correspondence with EP about his book Minute Particulars August 2005 Many thanks for your book Eddie For me listening to as well as making music has always partly been about creating meaningful alternatives to what we hear around us One of the things I like most about modern music is its potential to suggest an existence beyond any accepted order And who could really want to be in harmony with a world as exploitative as ours Suffice it to say that I agree with what you write about mass culture and the deadening effects it can have on our sensibilities So as for your general question of originality and progress I think lots of what you say makes it clear that as long as capitalism remains so adept at commodifying and neutralising artistic production it will always be essential for some of us to try and reach out beyond any established practices in art even currently progressive ones The parts of your book I find it harder to go along with are those dealing with electronics What I do think is right though is to describe a lot of electronica as unresponsive in the dimension of dynamics of which more below I am inclined to make a partial exception for FURT and BARK among others here though read more interview with Stefano Isidoro Bianchi communications for Blow Up magazine June 2005 SIB Paul I know Richard has a career as a teacher and contemporary classical composer but I know very little about what you did before you joined him for FURT Can you tell me PO Richard and I formed FURT in 1986 shortly after I finished college when I was only 21 years old and R was 26 So FURT has really been the cornerstone of my musical activity more or less from the start This isn t quite true for Richard who as you say has also vigorously pursued writing instrumental music in parallel to FURT My other main musical activity these days is the BARK trio with Rex Casswell and Phillip Marks which you know all about RB I know that s not a question for me but I should point out I m neither a teacher nor a classical composer The word classical for me implies a different kind of relationship with Western art music history from the one I actually have Although of course I m often writing music for

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  • contact | furtlogic
    default object from empty value in home furt furtlogic com sites all modules nodeorder nodeorder module on line 358 contact E mail info paul or richard at furtlogic dot com Go to richardbarrettmusic com links contact to come informations performances

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  • furtographs | furtlogic
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  • future | furtlogic
    Skip to Main Content Skip to Main Content furtlogic Search this site future performances TBC informations performances works fORCH recordings cds downloads video writings reviews communications contact furtographs Copyright 2009

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  • past | furtlogic
    Theatre Studio Aberdeen sound festival fORCH RB PO electronics John Butcher saxophones Rhodri Davies harps Aleks Kolkowski Strohviola musical saw Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices 2 July 2009 Bimhuis Amsterdam 16 January 2009 Lewis Glucksman Gallery University College Cork 16 November 2008 Vortex Jazz Club London London Jazz Festival 7 November 2008 Purcell Room London 24 June 2008 Cross Kings London Jazz Rumours 30 May 2008 Cafe Oto London The First Last LMC Festival 20 April 2008 Vortex Jazz Club London Mopomoso 26 November 2007 Newton Room Brunel University Uxbridge 17 November 2007 Lawrence Batley Theatre Huddersfield HCMF with the Evan Parker Electro Acoustic Ensemble 16 June 2007 Shoreditch Church London Spitalfields Festival fORCH RB PO electronics Peter Evans trumpets Aleks Kolkowski Strohviola musical saw Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics 3 December 2006 Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin Klangwerkstatt 2006 17 November 2006 Queen Elizabeth Hall London London Jazz Festival with the Evan Parker Electro Acoustic Ensemble 30 April 2006 Red Rose Club London freedom of the city festival 25 April 2006 Sonic Arts Research Centre Belfast Sonorities festival 23 April 2006 Drama Studio Oxford Brookes University Oxford 22 April 2006 Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall Leeds University 3 April 2006 School of Music University of East Anglia Norwich 4 December 2005 Theaterhaus Stuttgart Südwestrundfunk New Jazz Meeting 2005 fORCH RB PO electronics John Butcher saxophones Rhodri Davies harps Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics 3 December 2005 Gare du Nord Basel Südwestrundfunk New Jazz Meeting 2005 fORCH RB PO electronics John Butcher saxophones Rhodri Davies harps Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics 2 December 2005 ZKM Karlsruhe Südwestrundfunk New Jazz Meeting 2005 fORCH RB PO electronics John Butcher saxophones Rhodri Davies harps Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics 1 December 2005 SWR Sendesaal Baden Baden Südwestrundfunk New Jazz Meeting 2005 fORCH RB PO electronics John Butcher saxophones Rhodri Davies harps Paul Lovens percussion Phil Minton Ute Wassermann voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics 6 November 2005 STRALAU 68 Berlin with Karlheinz Essl electronics 3 November 2005 Berlinische Galerie Berlin Total Music Meeting TMM 05 with Evan Parker saxophones 9 March 2005 St Oswald s Church Durham Musicon festival with Kees Tazelaar sound projection 4 February 2005 Alte Juragarage Biel Ear We Are festival with Evan Parker saxophones Barry Guy bass Paul Lytton percussion electronics and Joel Ryan processing 28 November 2004 Lawrence Batley Theatre Huddersfield HCMF with Evan Parker saxophones Barry Guy bass Paul Lytton percussion electronics and Joel Ryan processing 3 6 November 2004 CCA Glasgow free radiCCAls festival with the Evan Parker Electro Acoustic Ensemble 26 June 2004 Goldsmiths College London INTERLACE 18 October 2003 Sporthalle Gewerbliche Schule Donaueschingen Donaueschinger Musiktage with Evan Parker saxophones Barry Guy bass Paul Lytton percussion electronics Lawrence Casserley processing Walter Prati processing and Marco Vecchi sound projection 15 September 2003 Museo dos

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  • egg | furtlogic
    Club London 20 October 2013 with special thanks to John Russell This piece was composed afterwards from the FURT parts only of a live trio with John Russell on electric guitar see performances The FURT parts themselves drew heavily on

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