Bristol-based synth duo playing sounds created from samples of household objects and the human body
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Join us on Saturday 14th December for The Twelve Hour Foundation, with DJ Records.
Comprising Polly Hulse and Jez Butler, the Bristol-based duo evokes distant, half-remembered experiences and objects. The majority of tracks are built using a pair of 40-year-old synthesisers, mixed with treated field recordings and sounds created from samples of household objects: plastic tubing, bottles, corks, a wire draining rack, electrical appliances and the human body.
Their 2018 album - tree little mile egg book and other non sequiturs, released by Castles in Space has been described by Jim Jupp (Ghost Box Records) as :
"...a sparklingly produced, fresh distillation of the spirit and bright breezy feel of classic British library electronics and BBC recordings."
DJ Records will open proceedings and round off the evening with a mix of library tracks and a selection from his legendary World of Cheese sets of the '90s.