Friday 13 September at 6pm
CD – 7 tracks – 73:51
Touch # TO: 87
Released by Touch
Join us to celebrate the launch of Diluvial – the CD.
Diluvial takes as its starting point the rising sea levels that preoccupy people living close to water. Deluge is its central metaphor. The final recorded sound tracks stand as a more diverse image of the human trajectory.
Soundtrap V: Diluvial was a collaboration between the artist/musician Bruce Gilbert and visual/sound artists David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin, aka BAW. The composition manifested in three stages: as performance/installation on the Suffolk coast (May 2011), evolving exhibition at Beaconsfield (September/October 2011) and as a sound release (2013). The sonic material is mastered by Russell Haswell and published by the Touch label in CD form.
Click here to purchase the CD and read reviews on the Touch website.
Click here to download a press release for this project.
Click here to read Bruce Russell’s review in The Wire magazine
Click here to read Documentary Evidence’s review of Diluvial
Click here to read Creaig Dunton’s review on Brainwashed
Click here to read babylondonorbital’s review of Diluvial
Click here to read comments and join in the discussion on Pink Flag – the official Wire forum
image: photography by Jon Wozencroft