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Poster for <em>Unleashed In The East</em>
Poster for Unleashed In The East

Reviews

| 2010

Unleashed In The East
Scott McMillan reviews a live performance for The Liminal

"a moment of relative calm, of stillness, and of pleasingly soporific and mind-emptying purity... This was no fast forward, just a long, slow slide into nothingness."

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December 9th, 2010

Unleashed In The East | The Tapeworm's Unleashed In The East at Cafe OTO | London, England


Featuring the work:

The Third Pillar with its Lowest Primes, The Analog TwentyFour Truckera, and The Ersatz Souvenir of The Second Pillar with The Madora Cornerstone and The Outlying Primal Abyss from Apparitions of The Four Pillars


Reviews

| 2010

Unleashed In The East
Scott McMillan reviews a live performance for The Liminal

"a moment of relative calm, of stillness, and of pleasingly soporific and mind-emptying purity... This was no fast forward, just a long, slow slide into nothingness."

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London Town’s finest tape-only label, The Tapeworm, presents its second night at Dalston’s Café Oto. Fine performances are to be expected from a splendid line-up of the label’s favourites.

Taking the train from Liverpool, just for you, the one and only Mr Philip Jeck. Flying red-eye from Brooklyn, Randy Gibson. Stretching their Oyster cards to the limits, London’s Zerocrop and Cathi Unsworth. From the other side of the planet we welcome New Zealand's Adam Hayward. And playing the piano, Mr Andrew Poppy.


This performance was funded in part by the Composer Assistance Program of the American Music Center

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