Don’t Press Record, Press Perform!
Musician and technologist Tim Exile is kicking off his new live performance project with a tour of intimate UK venues where he’ll showcase his new self-made instrument and announce exciting news about the project.
Performance is almost always a footnote to composition in the electronic music world and Tim has been working for the last 15 years to turn this on its head by creating his own bespoke instruments for electronic performance. The latest milestone in his quest to combine the fluidity and spontaneity of traditional acoustic instruments with the infinite sound worlds of synthesis and sampling is an instrument deep enough to write and perform an entire album. Join him to experience the results and hear him share his journey with the project.
Tim’s had an impressive career. As a musician he’s released critically acclaimed albums on seminal electronic record labels Planet Mu and Warp and performed live in every continent. With his technologist hat on he’s released 3 plugin instrument and FX in collaboration with music tech giants Native Instruments. For the last 5 years Tim has been focussed on developing his Flow Machine instrument which forms the centre of his visceral 100% improvised live performances.
Join Tim at one of these dates and watch out for a special announcement nearer the time with some exciting news about the instrument, the project and its future.
Read more about Tim’s ideas in this Medium article here!
June 29th – Glasgow, UK – Rubadub Records
June 30th – Edinburgh, UK – Underground Solu’shn
July 2nd – Manchester, UK – Soup Kitchen
July 5th – London, UK – Lime Wharf
July 6th – Birmingham, UK – Green Street Arts