One event on 10th August 2023 at 5:30pm
What does Redcar sound like? The screech of seagulls? The ping of the amusement arcades? The chugging of the train? The soughing of the sea?
Electronic music pioneers A Man Called Adam (think literal originators of Balearic Beats!) are back in their native North-East and looking to create a new piece of music with young musicians in Teesside.
Sally & Steve are running two three-hour sessions at TunedIn in Redcar on Wednesday 9 & Thursday 10 August. Learn the art of deep listening (google it!) and how to repurpose non-musical sound. Day 1: Capture everyday sounds, from bingo callers to birdlife, from weather fronts to checkout chats – to create a rich and distinctive sound portrait of the town.
Day 2: Sally and Steve will create beats from the gathered sounds and discuss how Hip-Hop artists use their own, idiosyncratic experiences to craft their lyrics and sonic worlds. Working in pairs, you can explore your own experiences in a dynamic lyric writing session and record rhymes to the beats.
Book your slot here
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