Craig Winstanley and Jon.Ogara in the form of C ÷ M present a journey of frequencies and modes of experimental urban folk music, forged in the heat of some eternal political moment.
There are memories of conversations, journeys through town landscapes and suggestions about how time …. just slips.
The work is intended as a postcard to the eventual future of a yet to be experienced incompetence.
The structure is yet to be formulated, but the initial thinking is as follows:
The performance starts with an introduction, with some improvising over the top
It appeared from somewhere
This merges into out first Urban Folk Tune
Written but yet to be released
This takes samples from the phoneme chart recorded by various friends and family, these are then played through via midi sequences to create a memory of conversations. There is the hope that new rhythms and words could be created. The sounds are moved through live adjustment of the sequences and keyboard input.
A collection of samples of taxi requests to an incorrect number and Metrolink stops. These are played over the track “Getting there”.
Who are we?
A live delivered set of two alternative intelligences of C ÷ M using the MILCa system developed by Anna Xambo Sedo. These play sounds from freesound based upon the recorded instance of C div M at a particular stage in life. The word seed for these will start the generation of the sounds and similar sounds searched based upon the AI interpretation of the likes and dislikes of C ÷ M. The sounds will be played over “The ninth circle”