Nanocluster 2: Tarwater (Berlin) and Immersion (Brighton) collaborate for a special one-off improvised live set at The Rose Hill as well as playing a set each.
The Berlin-based electronic duo Tarwater (Ronald Lippok and Bernd Jestram) formed in 1995. They have produced eleven
regular studio albums and various collaborations (eg with Piano Magic, Tuxedomoon, B. Fleischmann), as well as numerous
film and theater scores. Lippok also plays in the band To Rococo Rot.
Combining the considerable talents of Malka Spigel of Minimal Compact and Colin Newman of Wire, Immersion’s new album of seductive instrumentals takes in a wide range of moods and energies. Their music is a kind of Electro-Kosmishe - the sound of the 21st century, which nonetheless draws inspiration from German pioneers such as Cluster and Popol Vuh. And, like those groups, Immersion can create a world which is simultaneously devotional and sensual.
8pm - 11pm