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  • works | furtlogic
    Bimhuis Amsterdam 17 May 2010 on CD sense psi records 09 08 see downloads problem works 15 00 studio composition December 2000 fourth and final part of OUT OF TIME see downloads OMNIVM works approx 70 minutes St Oswald s Church Durham Musicon festival 9 March 2005 School of Music University of East Anglia Norwich 3 April 2006 Leeds University 22 April 2006 Oxford Brookes University 23 April 2006 Sonic Arts Research Centre Belfast Sonorities festival 25 April 2006 Red Rose Club London freedom of the city festival 30 April 2006 both on CD OMNIVM psi records 06 09 mice works approx 40 minutes Museo dos Transportes Coimbra Música Viva festival 15 September 2003 Goldsmiths College London INTERLACE 26 June 2004 studio performance Durham University EMS 28 June 2004 CCA Glasgow free radiCCAls festival 5 November 2004 on CD dead or alive psi records 04 09 sad fantasy works 32 31 Conway Hall London freedom of the city festival 6 May 2002 on CD dead or alive psi records 04 09 Plint works 10 04 studio composition December 2001 to Konrad Boehmer on CD defekt Matchless Recordings MRCD50 Volksmusik works 15 28 studio composition May November 2000 presented live at

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    Modern 15 November 2000 final studio version March 2000 on CD defekt Matchless Recordings MRCD50 Failed Experiment works approx 30 minutes collaboration with Friedrich Gauwerky cello and Ute Wassermann voice ICA London Zwischenspiel series 1 November 1997 text by Wilhelm Müller see downloads read more RIGOR works approx 15 minutes to Johannes Brahms Paradiso Amsterdam Sonikc Acts festival 27 August 1997 ICA London Zwischenspiel series 1 November 1997 see downloads irregular works approx 30 minutes to Hector Berlioz St Paul s Hall Huddersfield Electric Spring festival 27 April 1996 Korzo Theater The Hague X OR on Tour 25 October 1996 Gregson Centre Lancaster New Music North West festival 11 May 1997 macro works approx 60 minutes collaboration with Carl G Beukman double bass Crow projections and Mary Oliver violin Omniversum The Hague 16 and 17 April 1996 excerpt on CD X OR on Tour 96 X OR FR 4 angel works 70 21 studio composition May October 1995 second part of OUT OF TIME to Luigi Nono on CD angel JdK 04 see downloads modern works 28 10 studio composition January June 1994 see downloads Unstern works 22 30 to Ákos Rózmann Paradiso Amsterdam Sonikc Acts festival 18 August 1994

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    House London 7 April 1993 first place 26 48 studio performance The Institution of Rot London 21 July 1993 to Alasdair Gray originally released on cassette Sink Vintage Productions VNTG19 homunculus works 34 34 studio composition January February 1993 revised January 2012 originally released on cassette homunculus Vintage Productions VNTG18 see downloads Hospital of the Soul works approx 50 minutes collaboration with Adam Bohman amplified objects and Crow projections London Film Makers Co op 14 February 1993 text by Harry Howard originally released on cassette Hospital of the Soul Vintage Productions VNTG17 Appendix works 12 34 studio composition September 1992 originally released on cassette The Flesh of Experience Vintage Productions VNTG16 The Flesh of Experience works approx 55 minutes collaboration with Crow projections installation October Gallery London 23 September 1992 texts by Bruno Schulz and God originally released on cassette The Flesh of Experience Vintage Productions VNTG16 allergic works 90 minutes five studio compositions June August 1992 CBR Symphony No 4 Cheese Tweed Organs Symphony No 5 allergic originally released on cassette allergic Vintage Productions VNTG15 see downloads intruder works approx 55 minutes These Records shop London 4 July 1992 text by Kurt Schwitters originally released on cassette intruder Vintage

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    furt furtlogic com modules taxonomy taxonomy pages inc on line 33 works thinking of big numbers works approx 85 minutes Fylkingen Stockholm Improkomp festival 27 April 1991 originally released on cassette thinking of big numbers Vintage Productions VNTG9 first previous

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  • fORCH | furtlogic
    Hamburg Academy of Fine Arts with Henning Christiansen specialising in sound installation and vocal performance and studied classical singing with Carol Plantamura San Diego and Arnold van Mill Hamburg Since 1984 she has developed many special multivoiced vocal techniques catalogued by register timbre and articulative sequences which may be deconstructed and or superimposed and used to explore spatial resonance phenomena She has given numerous performances of her own solo work and performs regularly with many improvising musicians including duos with Richard Barrett Aleks Kolkowski and Birgit Ulher trumpet in venues ranging from international festivals Japan Australia Hong Kong Buenos Aires to lofts She has collaborated frequently with composers who have created works especially for her voice including Henning Christiansen Richard Barrett Chaya Czernowin Hans Joachim Hespos Sven Åke Johansson and Ana Maria Rodriguez and has performed with many ensembles and orchestras including ASKO KNM Berlin ELISION and Münchener Kammerorchester Recent projects have included performances of code switching for voice computer and video installation by Ana Maria Rodriguez a staged production of Savatore Sciarrino s Infinito Nero with KNM Berlin and the completion of a CD of her own solo and multitrack vocal compositions fORCH fORCH fORCH was initially formed at the invitation of Reinhard Kager for the 2005 New Jazz Meeting of the SWR South West German Radio which consisted of a week of intensive rehearsing and recording followed by four concerts Two releases from that project are available on Evan Parker s psi label equals and the double CD spin networks see cds The fORCH ensemble is based around the electroacoustic duo FURT which was formed by Richard Barrett and Paul Obermayer in 1986 and which has performed throughout Europe and released six CDs of its own FURT s music is a unique combination of kaleidoscopic electronic concrete sound

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  • downloads | furtlogic
    voices and Wolfgang Mitterer piano electronics concert performance 16 June 2007 Shoreditch Church London 30 41 155MB allergic downloads studio composition August 1992 13 22 87MB homunculus downloads studio composition January February 1993 revised January 2012 34 34 190MB curtains downloads concert performance 30 May 2008 Cafe Oto London 25 28 139MB periscope downloads concert performance 2 July 2009 Bimhuis Amsterdam 36 12 211MB notverymanyworlds downloads studio composition January 2012

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  • reviews | furtlogic
    voice or instrumental alteration seems to be placed right where it s needed I can t remember a more interesting recent release in this genre Amazing François Couture All Music Guide reviews June 2006 FURT s music has never been for the faint hearted This shapeshifting assemblage creates its own inner logic presenting very few reference points with the other laptop projects populating the experimental faction of electronica Usually when such a point of saturation is reached artists opt for harsh noise systematical deconstruction or glitchy textures With FURT speed and density never devolve into such options Barrett and Obermayer are able to sustain the pace ideas flying so quickly it feels like listening to fast forwarded acousmatic music Exhausting but highly rewarding and unique Tom Service The Guardian reviews 10 February 2005 one of the most blisteringly energetic and experimental partnerships over the past 20 years Martin Longley BBC Music reviews February 2005 FURT admire density Their samplers behave like busy hives communally sucking in chewing swallowing then regurgitating in a persistent shower of sound Much of the matter is generated by old fashioned acoustic instruments granulated into a fresh existence Wood metal plastic These might be the materials Or not FURT s fast attack is maintained throughout dynamic in the extreme They are terminally hyperactive Barrett and Obermayer sustain an intense atmosphere of busy resourcefulness filling their long developments with an impressively contrasting range of sound Their experimentation never loses its vital lust for visceral thrills FURT s only fear is the silence used so sparingly on this disc Dan Warburton Paris Transatlantic reviews February 2005 Malfatti would hate FURT s music describing it no doubt as gabby which would be the understatement of the year this stuff is so action packed it s curiously slow moving at times the sheer variety of material sampled and mangled a veritable treasure trove of stock new music sounds including hysterical Berberianesque sopranos rough farty trombones shades of Paul Rutherford springy and splattery Barry Guy like double bass and all manner of swoops glitches crunches splats rasps boings crackles wheezes scratches plonks bumps beeps screeches rumbles growls thuds squeaks groans gurgles pips thwacks plunks whacks buzzes and toots mighty impressive stuff Massimo Ricci Touching Extremes reviews January 2005 mice and sad fantasy are two relativistic journeys through extreme unease and syntactical dismemberment Miraculously variegated and brain stimulating FURT s music doesn t follow any protocol instead it jumps right out of its corner with bunches of ubiquitous incidents leading to labyrinths of incognoscibility and displacement dead or alive is a magnifying glass over a whole world of undefined microanxieties James Harley Computer Music Journal 28 1 reviews Spring 2004 The variety of material and the variation of mood texture dynamics density and allusion all speak to FURT s mastery of the genre and the duo s highly fertile imagination Julian Cowley The Wire reviews February 2003 Formed in 1986 electronics duo FURT are Richard Barrett and Paul Obermayer defekt s cover

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    some 16 years now Full of dark undertones it s both humorous and disturbing at once a gripping combination As soon as the 45 minute masterpiece that is ULTIMATUM begins to unfold the listener is transported into a sonic world that could come from another galaxy Superbly crafted and incredibly inventive ULTIMATUM holds the attention with ease It s music that has the formal rightness of a late Beethoven quartet in every respect a great piece of music Chris Blackford Rubberneck reviews 2003 Their angel is an ambitious work like a digital updating of classic 60s electroacoustic composition the care taken over the acoustics the gradual blurring of electronic and acoustic and the dreamlike way in which motifs drift and re emerge in unexpected configurations right up to the ambivalent and disturbing coda FURT s anti minimalist approach is paradoxically refreshing these days and their delight in the sensuous possibilities of electronic sound is infectious Evan Parker reviews 2002 FURT is the outstanding electro acoustic group at the leading edge of this music The level of understanding that exists between the two in performance produces sensational music CODA magazine reviews 2002 I was fascinated harsh collages of sped up samples a fine spray of sonic shrapnel which they delivered to their own mysterious internal rhythm Philip Clark The Wire reviews 2001 the bleak industrial electronic sounds Nono explored have rubbed off on Barrett and Obermayer angel oozes with similar surface ugliness and an ingrained exultant pessimism the constant changes of direction heard here build considerable impact and have gruesome dramatic power Ben Watson reviews 2000 FURT are special Cavernous echo and abrupt pips scrunches and blurts suggest malfunctioning equipment in a decaying warehouse gestures and responses are measured by the playing body rather than bar line or stop clock Matt

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