Image Credit: Carl Slater

KARST, 22 George Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3NY

01752 222676

Friday 14 September 2018
8 - 11pm
Admission Fee: £5 / £4 Students (Student card must be presented at the door)
Booking essential




STEVE CAMMACK. Steve lives by the sea in East Devon. Steve is a non musician, a noise musician, a nonsician..

Steve started making noises back in 1979, experiments on cassettes, Short-Wave Radios, Interferences, synthesiser noises encouraged and influenced by the UK DIY scene and Industrial Music of that period. Most of the 1980's was spent in the independent cassette culture releasing a variety of tapes with many collaborators.

Steve works with manipulated acoustic sounds. Percussion, metals, glass as well as the spoken word. Operating 'beneath the radar' (as he prefers to call it) Steve has built a heavy arsenal of releases over the past 39 years under various pseudonyms and with a variety of collaborations. He is most recognised for his involvement in the sound project DIETER MŪH and his radio broadcasts as MUHMUR RADIO on Soundart Radio (Dartington).

DIETER MŪH. have released sounds on labels as diverse as Harbinger Sound, Hanson Records, Tesco Org, EE Tapes, The Epicurean, Xerxes and Sound Holes as well as Steve's own label Haemoccult Recordings.


Kostis Kilymis is a Bristol based artist working with feedback systems and the notion of representation - in musical contexts or otherwise. Sounds based on noise, electronics, voice & field recording. He is involved in the Organized Music from Thessaloniki & Rekem labels, publishing experimental or less known music and sound art. He has worked with the likes of Phil Julian, Sarah Hughes, Leif Elggren, Lucio Capece, Nikos Veliotis, Jin Sangtae, Stephen Cornford and others. Work of his has been published on Rekem, I Dischi del Barone, Strange Rules and Coherent States.


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