Live work

It’s been some time since I performed live, but here’s a historical list of what I’ve done since 1996.

2006

12.05.2006 at Centre de Cultura Contempornia de Barcelona, Spain
Part of Offf BCN 2006: VI International Festival for the Post-Digital Creation Culture
30 minute laptop improvisation

2001

11.11.2001 at The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
30 minute improvisation – Sonntag 61 – using minidisc players, CD player, mixer feedback and effects
[also performing: Bark! and Hassle Hound]

06.10.2001 at Earational 2001, De Melkfabriek, ’s-Hertogenbsoch, The Netherlands
25 minute piece – The Tangential Point Between Zero and Infinity – using minidisc players and CD player
[also performing: Stephan Mathieu, with film by Janetta A3ana soundtracked by Jos Smolders and Jac van Bussel]

11.09.2001 at Consume, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute set of 6 pieces – untitled – using minidisc players, CD player and effects.
[also performing: Kim Cascone]

24.05.2001 Inversion at Consume, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute duo set comprising 3 improvisations – Ascension Day I, II & III – using minidisc players, CD players, sampler, sequencer, effects
[also performing: Pulsar and Fiend]

31.03.2001 at Consume, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute piece – Silence is nearly everywhere; and deafening – using minidisc player, multitrack tapes, sequencer, effects
[also performing: Model Citizen, Druid and Hassle Hound]

2000

20.11.2000 Inversion at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
30 minute duo improvisation – untitled – using minidisc players, multitrack tapes, voice, dictaphone
[also performing: James Orr Complex and Aether Flux]

01.04.2000 Brian Lavelle & Richard Youngs at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
4 short improvisations – Nise, Fre, Wofer & Grond – recorded live in the gallery, using the 4 radio wavebands and several live mics, as part of the e.g. Sometime Instant exhibition – pieces broadcast on radiotuesday on 06.04.2000

05.03.2000 Novia at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
30 minute duo set comprising 5 pieces – They Ate the Same Meal, The Ringing Isle, Noh Ve Ah, Garylike and Asthmatic Duck – using minidisc players, sampler and sequencer
[also performing: Negative Entropy and Opaque]

1999

20.11.1999 Inversion at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
30 minute duo improvisation – untitled – using minidisc players, electronics and sampler
[also performing: Voice Crack and Fiend]

06.06.1999 Inversion at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute duo improvisation – The Song We Never Sang – using electric guitar [AC] and electric bass [BL] with processing
[also performing: Richard Youngs and Vibracathedral Orchestra]

1998

29.11.1998 Inversion at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute duo set comprising 2 improvisations – untitled – using two amplified thumb pianos with processing
[also performing: Ticklish]

13.07.1998 Brian Lavelle & Richard Youngs at Scatter, The 13th Note Café, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute duo improvisation – untitled – using two bowed electric bass guitars
[also performing: Tony Bevan]

1997

27.03.1997 Brian Lavelle & Richard Youngs at the Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London, England as part of the Flux festival of new music
40 minute duo improvisation – untitled – using two four-track tape machines with processing. excerpts from concert were broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Mixing It on 31.03.1997
[also performing: Death Ambient]

1996

24.05.1996 Simon Wickham-Smith, Richard Youngs & Brian Lavelle at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, Scotland
25 minute set of 6 songs using casio, electric guitar, drums & vocals
[also performing: Telstar Ponies]

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