Touch Sensitive Records @ Sonorities Festival
Visuals by Barry Cullen
Touch Sensitive DJs
Friday 20th April
The Menagerie, 130 University Street
9pm — late / £8 (£6 before 11pm) on the door
Autumns is the solo project of Christian Donaghey from Derry, Northern Ireland.
His latest release ‘Dyslexia Tracks’ aligns itself closely to his recent devastating live performances and completes Autumns’ journey from his post-punk beginnings to producing some of the tautest and toughest electronic music we’ve heard in some time.
From the Hidden Reverse of Whitehouse and Throbbing Gristle to the futurism of Drexciya, Underground Resistance and other Detroit dons, Autumns sucks up influence and spits it out onto the darkest, sweatiest, haze-filled dance floors.
Group Zero is the solo electronic project of Cathal Cully from Girls Names.
Group Zero’s debut album ‘Structures And Light’ is bound by a deepening connection with electronics, instrumentation, and the studio.
Taking influence from a range of contemporary electronic producers and pulling from post-punk tradition, Group Zero tilts heavily towards the more open-eared and left of centre dance floors with pummelling repetition and slow, industrial shocks.
Steven Henry is a musician, composer and producer based in Belfast, N.Ireland. He has been producing forward thinking electronic music for 20+ years. Recent work includes an octophonic installation at Framewerk Gallery and a live quadrophonic performance at The Black Box. Steven also plays in Documenta and Sea Pinks.
Touch Sensitive is a record label based in Belfast, N.Ireland with a distinctive pan-genre approach.