Live at Unit 3.03 is a sequence of sound sketches that were spectrally deconstructed and reconstructed live, with intentions of engaging the listener with the space. Each sound used was mono allowing any stereo effect of movement perceived to be those created from the influence of the space itself.
The nature of performing at Unit 3.03 is generally one of a more domestic gathering than that of a public event. This shared domestic-come-temporary-social situation creates an interesting interaction with the sounds to be heard coming from within and beyond this personal and intimate space. Interestingly, this situation also directs ours attention inwardly to the sounds that we carry with us and outwardly to the ones that people carry with them.
This recording was taken during our very first live performance held at Unit 3.03, where we shared tea, coffee and cake, met old friends and new ones, and shared old stories and made new memories.
released May 1, 2010
Recorded on the afternoon of March 20th, 2010, at Unit 3.03, London, UK.
Thanks to Dead Wood and Jonny Hill who also performed that day and to everyone who visited our home on that memorable afternoon.
Also, special thank you to Kimvi Nguyen for providing the artwork, a gift on that day.
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There is a lot of light in this record, it conjures up the beach for me, so much so, that I kept expecting to hear Chris Rea's guitar intro from his On The Beach track cut in. I like this record, it is a happy experience, but I did think the children's voices were a bit overdone in places. This is a record that I can see myself returning to it over and over. Anthony Davies