Our man Miché sets the tone nicely for one groovy afternoon of music at Spiritland. Sundays have never sounded so good.
BBC RADIO 3 EXPOSURE & JAPAN SOUND PORTRAIT LIVE
An evening of truly transportive sounds awaits you at Spiritland. Curated by BBC Radio 3 Late Junction presenter and Japan Sound Portrait co-founder Nick Luscombe, this evening shines a spotlight on three leading lights of modern Japanese electronic and experimental music.
Hatis Noit is a vocal performer inspired by Japanese classical music, opera, chanting and avant-garde and pop vocalists. Her debut EP is released on Erased Tapes on March 23rd.
Paris based Japanese artist Tomoko Sauvage uses water-filled porcelain bowls and hydrophones (underwater microphones) for her subtle and serene electro-acoustic performances and compositions.
The lineup is completed by a rare live UK performance from MimiCof AKA Kyoto-born musician Midori Hirano who explores experimental music and detailed rhythmic patterns.
DJ sets by Nick Luscombe. Presented by Verity Sharp for BBC Radio 3 Exposure.
Doors at 6.30pm with performances starting at 7.30pm. Entrance is open to all after the live performances finish at 9.30pm
DJ, promoter and producer Rich Reason is one of Mancunia's prime musical movers. As a day one resident of the magnificent Warehouse Project and manager and chief cat-wrangler of LEVELZ crew, his sound defies definition - his DJ sets take in everything from jazz to juke to jungle and beyond.
Hailing from San Francisco, DF Tram is a leading figure in the North American downtempo electronic scene. Deep digging and heavy preparation goes into his sprawling and eclectic DJ sets, and his production work can be found on projects including The Sound Capsule, Jump/Cut and The Ambi-Sonic Collective. Lie down and be counted.