Bohman Brothers & Richard Crow + Ryan & Luke Jordan + Rob Terrestrial

CINECIDE Presents: An evening of avant garde & experimental music with The Bohman Brothers.

“Sound art veterans The Bohman Brothers invest random words with unearned meanings via the eloquent juxtapositions of their elegantly neutral voices. After three decades of experimentation, these alchemists of banality, these banalchemists, turn everyday leaden language into poetic gold.” - Stewart Lee

The Bohman Brothers have been pushing the boundaries of musical express since the 1980s. They use unconventional instruments, household objects, dislocated text from found, literary and commercial sources and collaged layers of recordings. 

They have performed at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Roundhouse, Royal Albert Hall, South Bank and numerous smaller venues around the UK. Also across Europe and America. 

They have also worked with film-maker Peter Strickland on various projects including Berberian Sound Studio

The BBC (Bohman Brothers & Crow) specialise in dramatisations of neglected texts. Through the use of what might be termed ‘foley effects’ they seek to re-animate or reimagine material from literature, tv & film.

Richard Crow aka Crow works as an inter-disciplinary artist transverses multi-media platforms including sound, experimental film and video, installation, and live performance. Crow manifests sound and noise for its disruptive, visceral and affective qualities and its psycho-physical implications for the listener. His solo and collaborative performances have consisted of highly conceptualized interventions into base materiality, investigations of alternative systems of organisation and research into a certain material decadence, most notably with the cult project The Institution of Rot.

Support Acts:

Ryan & Luke Jordan work between live art, text, sonic art, sculpture and installation.

Rob Terrestrial is a Norwich based performance artist, experimenting with video and sound art, inspired by constructivism and DIY aesthetics.