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Past Coventry Event: VOL 27

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VOL 27

October 04, 2016
@ The Tin Music & Arts, Canal Basin Vaults

Tonight exploring the ways we get Lost In Music, PK-stylee, we present:

Social Media Todd (yes, that is his real name) returns to PKN Coventry with 20 Song Titles That Totally Sum Up Your Life Right Now, which does what it says on the tin (and *in* The Tin - geddit?).

In Music and Place: Considering Coventry and Detroit, the artist Spencer Graham discusses his mild obsessions with self-imposed constraints, specificity and record collecting.

In Why I Photograph Musicians, Rob Bridge explains why he spend hours, days, weeks and years traipsing from one end of the country to the other to photograph musicians that you’ve probably never heard of…

In How did I get here?, Outreach officer and language teacher at the University of Warwick, Marie Diebolt, traces her musical journey from France to England. Looking at research in neuroscience, sociology and Education, she explores how getting lost in music builds our memories, our inner emotional landscape and helps us grow roots and write our personal stories.

'Brandon Zapruder', long-term associate/biographer of Coventry's number one glam-garage sex-and-violence dreamboats/shipwrecks, Deathsex Bloodbath, tells their story in The ABCs of Deathsex. Expect the unexpected.

In How Music can Tell a Story, local act Laptop Philharmonic gives a whistle-stop tour of his album Craniotomy. Hear about the experiences with brain surgery that inspired the record and the musical structures and techniques he used to capture them in sound.

In Freedom of Movement, Ian Whitehead revisits his experience of touring with his old art rock band Souvaris and how this was made possible by the EU freedom of movement legislation that is now under threat.

Soulful Singer Letitia George rose to the spotlight after featuring on series 4 of BBC 1's The Voice UK, where she became a member of Team Ricky and soared her way through to the knockout rounds. In Music Feeds My Soul, she tells her story.

In Lost In Music, The Doc Brown Trio (feat.singer songwriter Wes Finch) play their shortest ever gig featuring a hand picked selection of twenty classic tunes.

 

 

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20 Song Titles That Totally Sum Up Your Life Right Now

BY SOCIAL MEDIA TODD
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

Social Media Todd (yes, that is his real name) returns to PKN Coventry with 20 Song Titles That Totally Sum Up Your Life Right Now, which does what it says on the tin (and *in* The Tin - geddit?).

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Lost In Music: The Doc Brown Trio play their shortest ever gig featuring a hand picked selection of twenty classic tunes

BY WES FINCH
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

In "Lost In Music", The Doc Brown Trio (feat.singer songwriter Wes Finch) play their shortest ever gig featuring a hand picked selection of twenty classic tunes.

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How Music Can Tell a Story

BY LAPTOP PHILHARMONIC
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

In How Music can Tell a Story, local act Laptop Philharmonic gives a whistle-stop tour of his album Craniotomy. Hear about the experiences with brain surgery that inspired the record and the musical structures and techniques he used to capture them in sound.

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Music and Place: Considering Coventry & Detroit

BY SPENCER GRAHAM
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

In "Music and Place: Considering Coventry and Detroit", the artist Spencer Graham discusses his mild obsessions with self-imposed constraints, specificity and record collecting.

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Why I Photograph Musicians

BY ROB BRIDGE
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

"When you're a photographer, you have this tremendous responsibility, to show this person the best way you can, in a way that's authentic."

In Why I Photograph Musicians, from PechaKucha Night Coventry Vol. 27Rob Bridge explains why he spend hours, days, weeks and years traipsing from one end of the United Kingdom to the other to photograph musicians that you’ve probably never heard of…

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, January 23rd, 2017.

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How did I get here?

BY MARIE DIEBOLT
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

In How did I get here?, Outreach officer and language teacher at the University of Warwick, Marie Diebolt, traces her musical journey from France to England. Looking at research in neuroscience, sociology and Education, she explores how getting lost in music builds our memories, our inner emotional landscape and helps us grow roots and write our personal stories.

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Freedom of Movement

BY IAN WHITEHEAD
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

In Freedom of MovementIan Whitehead revisits his experience of touring with his old art rock band Souvaris and how this was made possible by the EU freedom of movement legislation that is now under threat.

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The ABCs of Deathsex

BY DEATHSEX BLOODBATH
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

'Brandon Zapruder', long-term associate/biographer of Coventry's number one glam-garage sex-and-violence dreamboats/shipwrecks, Deathsex Bloodbath, tells their story in The ABCs of Deathsex. Expect the unexpected.

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Music Feeds My Soul

BY LETITIA GEORGE
@ VOL 27 ON OCT 04, 2016

“When words fail music speaks.”

In "Music Feeds My Soul" from PechaKucha Night Coventry Vol. 27, a Soulful Singer Letitia George shares her story and deep passion for music. Letitia rose to the spotlight after featuring on series 4 of BBC 1's The Voice UK, where she became a member of Team Ricky and soared her way through to the knockout rounds. 

Wes Finch
Musician, self employed in Coventry
Laptop Philharmonic
in Warwickshire
Marie Diebolt
in Coventry
Rob Bridge
Music Photographer and Blogger in Nuneaton
Ian Whitehead
Sound Engineer/lecturer, Stratford Upon Avon College in Coventry
DeathSex Bloodbath
Ineffable rock quintet in Coventry
Letitia George
Singer in Coventry