Music for listening and drifting made with live coding.
Let algorithmic music put you into a hypnagogic state.
Joanne Armitage is a composer, improviser and researcher based in Leeds, England, notable for her practice in live coded music, and research into haptics in music performance. She performs internationally using the SuperCollider language, including as half of live coding duo ALGOBABEZ with Shelly Knotts associated with the Algorave movement. Her music is often performed in a club setting, while embracing error and uncertainty.
Jack Armitage is a designer, musician, artist, technologist and researcher, currently a PhD student in the Augmented Instruments Lab at Queen Mary University of London, and previously a research engineer at ROLI. He performs live coding music and visuals as Lil Data (PC Music), and produces music as half of the band Offer (with Adult Jazz vocalist Harry Burgess). He tutors in interaction design at the Royal College of Art, hosts workshops in live coding and digital musical instrument design, and contributes to open source projects.
Vou is a digital instrument maker and programmer based in the UK. He utilises a live-coding tracker to generate rhythmic patterns. The soundscapes that seek hypnotic states, patterns generated by functions and some of the codified tracks, being split up and re-constructed live.
Hellocatfood is the alias of Antonio Roberts, an artist and curator based in Birmingham, UK. Using open source software and glitch art techniques he creates live generative glitch visuals. He has provided visuals for the likes of MTV, Com Truise, Blood Sport, Steve Davis, Henry Homesweet and My Panda Shall Fly and at events including SXSW, Supersonic Festival, Barbican, Green Man festival and more.