Electronica act to London and Bristol

 Date:23/10/2007 - 27/10/2007
 Type:Culture, Music
 Location:England, London & Bristol

Widely regarded as one of Norwegian electronic music's most important artists, Geir Jenssen aka Biosphere is heading to Bristol and London for several performances as part of the Atmospheres Festival.

Jenssen's career spans nearly two decades, several albums, various sound installations, commissions, soundtracks, lots of remixes and even the odd Himalayan summit. You may recognise his work without knowing it, so frequently does it crop up on TV trailers and idents. Since his days as a pioneer of ambient music in the early 1990s, he has refined his sound into something more magnetic and enduring with an appeal that reaches far beyond the cerebral electronica set, a must-listen for fans of Sigur Ros, Cinematic Orchestra and Mogwai.

His album 'Dropsonde', released in March 2006, is pushing new directions towards the jazz colours of Miles Davis and Jon Hassell, whilst re-invigorating the pulse and projection of his signature sound: a hypnotic combination of pleasure and dread.


Touch 25 @ The Bedford Arms, Balham, London SW12, 
Tuesday 23 October, 7pm-12midnight

Chris Watson presents...
People Like Us plays...
For tickets, click here.

The Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1
Wednesday 24 October, 8pm-11pm

Storm: Chris Watson - BJNilsen

The Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1
Thursday 25 October
, 12.30pm-1.00pm
Free lunchtime event:
Jon Wozencroft & Mike Harding interview and present the work of the Touch artists performing at Atmospheres
Concert by Biosphere, Chris Watson & BJNilsen [Chris Watson's performance incorporates work submitted by those who attended the workshop on day one


Arnolfini, Saturday, 27 October 7.30pm

Storm: Chris Watson ¬ BJNilsen
£10.00 Advance/£12.00 Door
For more info, click here.

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Biosphere's signature sound is a hypnotic combination of pleasure and dreadPhoto: Trine Falch

Biosphere will perform at the Atmospheres Festival.Photo: Dean Chalkley

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