Force Majeure

seething electroacoustic industrial textures and beats   ))   London, United Kingdom

Force Majeure is the latest live performance project from Nick Ronin, a London-based audio/visual artist with twenty years of gigs and artistry behind him.

Although a devoted fan of synthesis, this project is concerned with how far recorded audio – vocal noises and foley sounds – can be manipulated and processed into thoroughly electronic realms. All of the final Force Majeure output is the result of this granular, spectral and effect processing and all of the sounds have been recorded and performed by the artist.

This project is a new stepping stone in the artistic career of someone who was born from the more rave-orientated British underground DIY scene. It provides a good opportunity for him to explore the more experimental and abstracted side of his musical tastebuds. This side of his personality has seen previous outings under his main persona, in collaborative project No Signal – and found lurking at his own audio-visual performing arts event Crux.

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Force Majeure is the latest live performance project from Nick Ronin, a London-based audio/visual artist with twenty years of gigs and artistry behind him.

Although a devoted fan of synthesis, this project is concerned with how far recorded audio – vocal noises and foley sounds – can be manipulated and processed into thoroughly electronic realms. All of the final Force Majeure output is the result of this granular, spectral and effect processing and all of the sounds have been recorded and performed by the artist.

This project is a new stepping stone in the artistic career of someone who was born from the more rave-orientated British underground DIY scene. It provides a good opportunity for him to explore the more experimental and abstracted side of his musical tastebuds. This side of his personality has seen previous outings under his main persona, in collaborative project No Signal – and found lurking at his own audio-visual performing arts event Crux.

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