In 1988, an obscure band from Australia, then based in West Berlin, released a single that flew in the face of all other pop music at the time. The UK charts that year saw Kylie Minogue at the top with I Should Be So Lucky, alongside such other feel-good tunes as Belinda Carlisle’s Heaven is … More Cave and Cash
Whilst writing the songs you’ll hear at Behind the Books on Tuesday, Will has been looking into Autotune software and has been alarmed by his findings: it may be more than just a harmless music production tool. In the following video, Will speculates that it may be the catalyst for a complete overhaul of Western … More The Real Danger of Autotune
A week today, outLINE will be taking you Behind the Books at The Vault, Time Out’s best bar in Soho. Book your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/outline-behind-the-books-tickets-19767224300?ref=ebtnebtckt In the meantime, we have a little something for you to peruse. Last year, Will wrote a blog post which attempted to define music and explain some of the most … More Stupid Noises
This evening we will be putting on a concert in the Trinity Laban SU at 8pm. There will be new pieces from each of us. You can expect everything from dance and electronics to peculiar pop. There will also be a surprise finale… See you there!
What is Gong? What is this supposed to be? Why is it in a teapot? To answer these questions, we must first answer the question: Who is this? Meet Daevid Allen, Australian-born musician, fouding member of Soft Machine and the band Gong. However, to call Gong a band hardly does them justice. Gong was, and … More Transmissions from the Planet Gong
outLINE is a newly-formed collective of five London-based composers whose music, often in collaboration with other art disciplines, spans a wide breadth of styles, combining to forge a uniquely diverse concert experience. To find out who they are and hear their music, click here. Their first concert, Behind the Books, will feature new work inspired … More Introducing outLINE