Vessel, Bass Clef and Pye Corner Audio to celebrate FC Judd at Manchester and Bristol shows.

The work of recently rediscovered electronic tyro F.C Judd has been twisted into all sorts of unexpected shapes on a new remix LP from Public Information. 

To celebrate the release of Interpretations On FC Judd, Public Information are convening two corking bills – one at Manchester’s Islington Mill, one at Bristol’s The Cub. The Manchester show takes place on May 30, and sees Pye Corner Audio top the bill. The Head Technician has a natty way with woozy techno and house, and can be expected to transport some of Judd’s pioneer spirit into a 4×4 context. Joining him will be No Pain In Pop/Kaleidoscope singer/producer Karen Gwyer and synth fanatic and home recording buff Ian Helliwell.

June 7, meanwhile, will see trombonist/bass explorer Bass Clef performing under his Some Truths alias, dedicated to tinkering with modular electronics. Ekoplekz – he of scores of venturesome analogue synth releases over the last two decades   will club up with Mordant Music skipper Baron Modant for a rare show as Emmplkez. Young Echo breakout Vessel will also be joining forces with cohort El Kid for an off-the-cuff laptop/drum machine deconstruction of Judd’s works, and Gwyer will also stop by.

Further line-up/ticket details for the Manchester show are here, with the skinny on the Bristol date available here.

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