Out of this world: review of Icebreaker at Sounds New 2014 by Miscriant

May 9, 2014

The ubiquitous culture-blogger, Miscriant, has been at it again; here’s a terrific review of the Icebreaker concert at the festival last week, featuring Brian Eno’s beautiful response to the NASA moon-landings footage, Apollo: for All Mankind, a premiere by Ed Bennett, and pieces by Julia Wolfe and Roy Carrol. Plus some lovely photographs. as usual.

Image: Miscriant

Image: Miscriant

Read the review online here.

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The Gravity of the Situation: Apollo for all Mankind playlist

April 30, 2014

Take a gravity-defying trip through the ambient world of Brian Eno’s Apollo, but make sure you come back down to earth in order to come and hear it live at Sounds New this Saturday…

Saturday’s up-lifting performance by Icebreaker will feature the ensemble playing to NASA footage of the moon landing; the programme also includes a a premiere of Ed Bennett’s Suspect Device and music by Julia Wolfe.

Find out more about the concert here.