︎ XMAS PARTY FUNDRAISER FOR MAP ︎ 22 DEC ︎
LIVE MUSIC PeRFORMANCES BY IVY NOSTRUM,
JB GLAZER,SCULPTURE, ELECTRONIC AUDIO CLUB
DJ SET BY ELECTROMANCY
NEW RTM MERCH BY STELLA MURPHY
FRIDAY 22 DEC
£5 on door
TACO! will see out the year with a party and fundraiser for Medical Aid for Palestinians.
Performances include a jam improv session from members of the Electronic Audio Club, live music performances from sound artist and improviser Ivy Nostrum, musican JB Glazer and AV duo SCULPTURE (Dan Hayhurst and Reuben Sutherland), and DJ sets from RTM residents Electromancy, Navel-Gazing, and WC2M to see out the night. A new RTM long sleeve t-shirt collaboration with designer and illustrator Stella Murphy will also be launched.
All tickets sales will be donated to raise funds for Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) - a registered charity deliverying and advocating for the medical and humanitarian needs of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.
TACO! will also be selling old merch, artist editions and other contributions from artists, offering badge making and collecting donations.
Ivy Nostrum is Paul Margree, a sound artist and improvisor from London. He blends explorations of everyday objects with feedback systems to explore ideas of instability and stasis. His work produces uneasy states of listening verging from deep, haunting drones to the delicate and nuanced exploration of daily minutiae. He has released work on SND HLS, Liquid Library, Structured Disasters, Wormhole World and Invisible City Records.
JB Glazer is a producer, composer, and dancer. His music sits between concrete and computer music and comes from a collaboration between the internet and IRL. He has previously released on Them There Records, Curl and most recently February's Everything is Heavy Rain, on his own label, glint music. He has previously collaborated with Bianca Scout, Elena Isolini, and Violence Grass Band.
Sculpture, are AV duo musician Dan Hayhurst and visual artist Reuben Sutherland. They generate temporary states of digital/physical recomposition, device misuse, comic strips, pattern making, video art and electronic music. Sculpture formed as a duo for an unrehearsed performance in 2008. They have played worldwide and released media byproduct on labels including, Dekorder, Zoetrope vinyl LPs, Rotary Signal Emitter 2010 and Toad Blinker 2011
The Electronic Audio Club is a mutually supportive club providing a space for the curious to learn about electronics , realise DIY electronic audio projects and make their own instruments, amps, modules, synths, or speakers.
The group is run on an informal basis and includes a range of members from experienced makers to absolute beginners.
Stella Murphy studied Graphic design at Chelsea College of Art. Her practise centres on drawing and is influenced by the psychedelic era of the underground press in the 70’s, including Oz magazine and the artwork surrounding CB Radio Culture. Previous commissions include The Face, Little White Lies, Metronomy, The New York Times, Selfridges, The Smudge, and Vice.