William Basinski

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Pepper Canister Church, Monday 13th June

Iconic New York-based ambient electronic pioneer William Basinski plays his first Dublin show when he plays at Pepper Canister Church on , Monday 13th June 2022

William Basinski is a classically trained musician and composer who has been working in experimental media for over 30 years in NYC and most recently, California. Employing obsolete technology and analogue tape loops, his haunting and melancholy soundscapes explore the temporal nature of life and resound with the reverberations of memory and the mystery of time. His epic 4-disc masterwork, The Disintegration Loops received international critical acclaim and was chosen as one of the top 50 albums of 2004 by Pitchfork Media. The Temporary Residence deluxe LP box-set reissue from 2012 was awarded best re-issue of the year and a score of 10 on Pitchfork. Installations and films made in collaboration with artist-filmmaker, James Elaine have been presented in festivals and museums internationally, and his concerts are presented to sold out crowds around the world.


Date:
Monday 13th June
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€22.50
Address:
Pepper Canister Church, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2, Ireland

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