Recorded in Glasgow on 28 October 1995.
Brian Lavelle, Richard Youngs. Radios 345. (CD - Freek
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Brian Lavelle (born 1972) is an experimental Scottish sound artist, born in Glasgow but now living in Edinburgh. He has been recording with varying degrees of intensity since around 1990. His recorded material could be described as resonant, textural layers of digital material, drones and processed field recordings. He has used the electric guitar in many of his recordings, often using it as a drone instrument or percussive accompaniment, rather than in a more traditional context. He has recorded a number of albums with Richard Youngs, the Radios series: a ten album set of releases focussed on a particular set of sound sources, processes and the notion of chiasmus. Lavelle also recorded for a number of years, with fellow Glaswegian Alistair Crosbie, as Inversion. Very little of their material was released, but Lavelle has recently started to record again with Crosbie under their own names.
1997 Brian Lavelle & Richard Youngs at the Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London, England as part of the Flux festival of new music 40 minute duo improvisation – untitled – using two four-track tape machines with processing. excerpts from concert were broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Mixing It on 3. 3. 1996 Simon Wickham-Smith, Richard Youngs & Brian Lavelle at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, Scotland 25 minute set of 6 songs using casio, electric guitar, drums & vocals.
This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Richard Youngs is a British musician with a prolific and diverse output, including many collaborations. Based in Glasgow since the early 1990s, his extensive back catalogue of solo and collaborative work formally begins with Advent, first issued in 1990. Wofer - with Brian Lavelle on . Sometime Instant, a compilation documenting a short lived Glasgow radio station radiotuesday. Lavelle & Youngs recorded 4 tracks for their session of which this is one.
Discover Richard Youngs on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. A Jandek studio album was released on Corwood Industries in 2011 titled Where Do You Go From Here.
Brian Lavelle is a Scottish sound artist, born in Glasgow in 1972 but now living in Edinburgh. He has been recording since around 1990. His recorded material can be described as resonant, textural layers of digital material, drones and processed field recordings. He has used the electric guitar in many of his recordings, often using it as a drone instrument or percussive accompaniment. From 2000 to 2003, Lavelle curated the net label techNOH, which orchestrated more than 35 releases by electronic composers from all over the world.