Roy Carroll (Berlin), UMU, Scott Nicholson – 01/04/2016


Roy Carroll is a musician and composer, born in Dublin, living in Berlin, making recordings, compositions and performances. His work encompasses improvisation, composition, music/choreographic collaboration and practical/experimental research, with porous borders in between. Roy has an overarching interest is in electro-acoustic musical processes, and their physical/acoustic manifestation in performance. He has studied composition with Roger Doyle and Donnacha Dennehy towards the acquisition of an M-Phil in Music and Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin. Recent work has focused on interactions between diverse electro-acoustic media and ensemble instruments, towards codifying the orchestration of electro-acoustic media, – its timbral integration and instrumental syntax within an ensemble.

UMU is the solo project of Daniel Beban (Orchestra of Spheres, Imboggodom, Sign of the Hag) featuring hacked turntables and hypnotic rhythms

Scott Nicholson – makes electronic music with an array of effects and devices

Friday 1 April @ Audio Foundation, doors 8pm
$10 on the door // no presales.

Roy Carroll