// Able Noise //
Alex and George are Able Noise, an experimental baritone guitar and drum duo, based between The Hague, the Netherlands and Athens, Greece.
They released their debut album ‘Recordings’ on GLARC in October 2020, following a smattering of songs put up on Bandcamp and Youtube.
The duo came to GLARC’s attention through label alumni Bamya & Horse Whisperer, after playing in Glasgow on a tour across the weirder DIY spaces of Europe. They share some ground with an assortment of younger musicians - including Tara Clerkin Trio, Still House Plants and Wendy Eisenberg – who take established instrumentational forms (guitar, drums), an interest in free improvisation, and a willingness to explore a palette of emotion, live ‘sampling’ and ‘pop’ melody within such frames. ‘Recordings’ marked Able Noise’s first attempt to put their sound into recorded form, having so far focused on the live performance, and this is the duo’s first chance to tour in Britain since the release of the album.
Watch: Little Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPPaialSnNo
// Sholto Dobie //
Sholto Dobie (b. 1991) was born in Edinburgh and lives in Vilnius. He works with sound, music and performances as well as organising events and exhibitions. Recent audio works include Preambula, Amplify Festival: quarantine (2020) and House Flood, WEST, Den Haag (2020), and performances at
Counterflows Festival, Glasgow (2019) and Hoolie-gool-ooo-ooo, Scottish Sculpture Workshop (2018). He has released music on Penultimate Press and OtoRoku.
// Dahlia //
Dahlia (aka Gordon Bruce) is a producer attempting to explore the frantic and playful sides of dance music. An EP is forthcoming with Accidental subsidiary NX Records, featuring collaborations with Luki, Ailia Coila and others.
Listen : https://dahliaa.bandcamp.com/
// Teresa Winter //
From The Wire: “Leeds based musician Teresa Winter began releasing music in 2014. Prior to Covid-19 she regularly performed live and during the first lockdown produced Love Crime, an album whose lo-fi electronics conjured a mixture of longing and unease. Her latest album Motto Of The Wheel is draped in a dreamy, post-rave haze and features artwork produced by her father and childhood photographs of her family. It evokes aspects of the artist’s upbringing in the Yorkshire coastal town of Bridlington, filtered through her interest in philosophy and furnished by striking samples. The interview was conducted via Zoom and email in May 2021”
// COVID Safety //
We encourage the use of masks from the audience. All of our staff and volunteers will wear mask at all times
Our capacity will be capped at 40 (50% of total capacity) to allow easier distancing and we will encourage you to respect other peoples space
Drinks can be ordered at-seat using an app or by speaking to a member of staff. We take cards & cash
If you have symptoms, please don’t come to the gig
Please take a PCR test if you can - as close to departure for the gig as possible, giving you the most accurate result. We won’t ask you to show a negative result but we hope you can do your bit to protect other people