Future Gathering: Adrena Adrena, Capitol K, Danalogue and guests

The Old Baths, London

Friday, 20 Dec 2019 – Saturday, 21 Dec 2019

19:00 – 00:00

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Faith & Industry & Audio Visual Night present:

Adrena Adrena, Capitol K, Danalogue and guests

Adrena Adrena 360 show expanded line up
Adrena Adrena an improvised set of ritualistic drumming phenomena featuring double drumming from E-da Kazuhisa & Kenichi Iwasa, straddling complex avant-garde rhythms ranging from jazz to punishing breaks that underpin a sea of electronic noise and light triggered percussion. An audiovisual collaboration with a 360-degree nebulous orb, defying the conventions of theatrical presentation as musicians perform in-the-round beneath multiple circular projections created by Daisy Dickinson.

Danalogue: Analogue Acid Wrecking Crew.
A freshly assembled crack team of analogue synth and drum machine heads create pulsing, rowdy, all acid psychedelic techno - all played live on TR-808 drum machine, TB-303 bass synth, Juno-60 and various mono synths. Featuring a Total Refreshment Centre gang of Mikey Chestnutt, Jordan Parry and Danalogue from Soccer96/Comet is Coming.
First brought together to create a reinterpretation of Charanjit Singh's 'Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat', the trio loved the experience so much that they have used it as a launch pad into a wide ranging exploration of dancefloor synthscapes.

Capitol K
Candlelit flute, drum machine, bass and synthesis.
“The sound of an initiation rave in a utopist hidden village.”
Goatherder is the seventh album from underground London producer Capitol K. This latest work was developed and recorded in his native Malta, where he built a studio in a cave (a former goat stable). Ritualistic improvisations took place over a series of seasonal visits, awakening genetic memory and plant communication. Using bamboo instruments collected around the world, including an ancient Quecha reeded pipe, various resonating vessels, percussive objects, dry fennel storks collected from Punic troglodyte sites, and atonal flutes built from fresh cut farmland reed.

The Old Baths
A vibrant and soulful organism in its own right, the building is dedicated to serve the local community and offers space for free expression, creativity and connection.



The Old Baths , 80 Eastway , London