14 Oct 2011, 17:19 by The405Music
29 Aug 2008, 18:17 by sideb0ardhttp://highpointlowlife.com/images/singularity_flyer_front.jpg
Hey! its here, coming this sunday:
Highpoint Lowlife presents
TOWARDS THE SINGULARITY
sunday 31st august, 7pm
Cafe Oto, Dalston, London
A very special show at Dalston's new art/venue space, Cafe Oto, with four acts playing throughout the evening:
The Village Orchestra utilizing a specially prepared Max/MSP patch and joined by fellow Marcian Bryan/Beaker doing visuals with Jitter, perform a unique audio/visual psychogeography themed performance based around the neighbourhood of Dalston.
Mandelbrot Set moving from slow-motion tranquillity, swelling into a barely restrained chaotic noise opus.
Erstlaub Debut London show for scotland's master of dark miserabilism. Working extensively with micromodular synthesis, creating immersive brooding drones and dense atmospheric soundscapes.
Fighting Kites instrumental three piece from London, utilizing various combinations of two guitars, two basses, two loop pedals…
4 Aug 2008, 17:58 by sideb0ardhey!
yer monthly dose of highpoint lowlife - its a drone month this time..
First up is an amazing new limited run cdr release by Stray Ghost entitled 'Losthilde', an epic four piece composition of noise, beauty and sadness, stylistically taking in elements of doom, ambient, shoegaze and postrock. You can check out the whole album for streaming on lastfm at:
and you can buy the limited run cdr or 320kbps mp3s direct from our website at:
In keeping with the more experimental theme this month, we have an exceptionally good line-up for a gig we're calling "Towards The Singularity" at the end of the month, in the beautiful new Dalston venue, Cafe Oto. Four acts will be playing: Fighting Kites, an instrumental 3 piece band utilizing various combinations of two guitars, two basses, two loop pedals…
17 Mar 2008, 14:48 by Southern_ClaireAnother night of bands and rockin' music.
APRIL 4th @ THE FLY
36-38 New Oxford St
Doors at 7.30pm till 2am!
This month as well as A Badge of Friendship and Southern Records DJs, we have the wonderful Rip This Joint DJs and Goodbye! Mother (VICE magazine)...
The details are below:
(featuring Southern Records' very own Neil!)
Then 10.30pm till 2am...
Come and drink 'n' dance to Lungfish, Fugazi, Les Savy Fav, Faraquet, Shudder to Think, At The Drive In, Battles, Animal Collective, Yeasayer, Beauty Pill, Beck, Weezer, Pixies, Don Cabellero, Minus The Bear, The Lapse, The Appleseed Cast, Architecture in Helsinki, Girls Against Boys, Goon Moon, Queens of the Stoneage, Hoover, Jets to Brazil, Oxes, Pavement, Peaches, Polvo, Killing Joke, Man or Astro-man?, Maps and Atlases, Medications, Bluetip, Boris…
5 Nov 2006, 11:07 by sideb0ardAh,
i write this from the comfort of my own home, and a lazy day off from the dayjob! I'm just starting to burn the first copies of the now completely compiled Analog For Architecture DVD-Rs, and its come along excellent!
You can see some pictures of me and Mat/Fisk assembling the cases with the print and hand-numbering them at: http://flickr.com/photos/sideb0ard/sets/72157594358762245/
There's only 100 of these being made, and we've already taken a fair few orders, so if you want one, get in touch and reserve one. They cost £5, for a data DVD-R with the Analog For Architecture compilation in both WAV and 320kbs mp3 formats, plus another 1GB of additional exclusive and preview music and visual content. I'll post the full contents at the bottom of this mail, as it goes on for a long time! If you just want the music from the compilation itself, you can download it from Bleep.com - http://www.bleep.com/?bleep=HPLL022