To coincide with the release of their forthcoming debut album ‘Media OS 5.1’, Brighton based sound and visual art collectivePartial Facsimile have announced a run of six special live shows in September 2019.
Their interactive performances in 5.1 surround sound will begin in Liverpool on the 19th of September and will see them joined on the tour by electronic producerand musician Richard Norris (The Grid & Beyond The Wizards Sleeve) who will be playing tracks from his ‘Abstractions’ series ofalbums, which will be accompanied by visuals by filmmaker Blue Carbon.
SEP 19TH CONSTELLATIONS & THE OBSERVATORY, LIVERPOOL
SEP 20TH NIAMOS, RADICAL CULTURAL ARTS CENTRE, MANCHESTER
SEP 21ST METRONOME, NOTTINGHAM
SEP 26TH CUBE CINEMA & MICROPLEX, BRISTOL
SEP 27TH ST. MARY’S IN THE CASTLE, HASTINGS
SEP 28TH THE RIALTO, BRIGHTON
Ten bespoke films by international artists will be screened in synchronization with the performance in partnership with this year’sScalarama Film Festival and audiences areadvised to bring their smartphones with a QR-code reader app in order to fully interact with the shows.
Tickets: £10 / £7 conc. – available from seetickets.com/partial-facsimile
Partial Facsimile specialize in research-based projects, live music, film soundtracks and site-specific performances and their debut album ‘Media OS 5.1’ concerns the over-stimulation of digital information and the way it effects human behavior.
Available digitally at all major outlets, the concept collection features eight tracks including lead single ‘Gaslighting’ and spans psychedelic prog-rock/pop, electronica and field recordings and touches on topics such as climate change, fake news, social media consumption and surrealism.