Soundlings & Gareth Davis – ‘code & code & clarinet’
The Soundlings Collective is a young and international network of starting audio professionals. They have worked on a variety of projects, initiated events, shared knowledge and work hard to promote the sonic perspective in the cultural landscape.
At Coded Matter(s) #2: Sound Hackers, Soundlings will be performing together with Gareth Davis in an exciting interdisciplinary performance concerning which we will provide you with the following hint: code & code & clarinet.
An interview with Soundlings and Gareth Davis about their performance will be forthcoming in the following weeks, so keep an eye out for that!
The Soundlings Collective consists of many members. At Coded Matter(s) #2: Sound Hackers, two of them will be performing. Allow us to introduce: Tijs Ham and Roald van Dillewijn.
Tijs Ham (aka Tapage) is a musician and sound artist with a background in visual arts and founder of the record label Tapeface. Musically, he believes anything is possible, which is reflected by the broad sonic range of his output. So far he has released several full length albums on the Chicago based record label Tympanik Audio alongside countless e.p’s and compilation appearances. In his art he applies programming, live electronics techniques and system design to explore and expand the possibilities of audible expression.
Roald van Dillewijn is a sonic designer, software designer for music, composer and performer from the Netherlands. Currently he is studying Sound Art at the Art, Media and Technology department of the Utrecht School of the Arts in Hilversum. As bass guitar player in a post-rock band his interest in weird sounds and sound effects keeps him busy for days. These days have became longer and longer with the formation of the noise/drone improvisation band Puin+Hoop. He is currently focusing on a controllable art installation which he will use to create a sound piece that will be performed on several stages in 2013.