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The Leper Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene was part of a leprosy hospital that stood a little beyond the outskirts of Cambridge on the road to Bury St. Edmunds. Parts of the east wall are original, but most of the rest of the chapel was rebuilt in the 13th century - although it still retains many Romanesque features.
In March 2015, the chapel plays host to an electronic music event. We hope you can attend and find the evening enjoyable.
Here is a brief preview of the artists performing.
worriedaboutsatan are not a metal band; nor are they particularly worried about satan. The name is a reference to an obscure dEUS song. The band often venture into churches, and rarely do they spontaneously combust upon entry.
Gavin Miller and Thomas Ragsdale make electronic music with heart and soul, and have been doing so since 2006. They're notable for taking equal influence not just from electronic artists but from all surrounding genres - everything from post-rock, glitch, electronica and rock music. Their current tour reflects the duo's excitement about new LP "Even Temper", the first since 2009's "Arrivals". The new work takes its cues from techno, krautrock, drone and even '70s prog rock.
Fun facts: Gavin and Thomas also record under the name Ghosting Season, and since 2008 their music has been featured in episodes of soap opera Coronation Street.
Electronic music collective Kyriakides debut an all-new set of live music & film, delivered seamlessly to your ears and eyes in a spirit of unabridged invention.
The performance is led by brothers Jacob and Reuben Abbott, the former a graduate of Anglia Ruskin University's Popular Music course. Their brief for this evening was to create an original piece that incorporates as many different mediums and independent artists as the integrity of the whole allows. Other contributors are waiting in the shadows from where the silence sings.
A highly anticipated collaboration from promising new talents.
Distant Animals in a forest of signs. Following on from 2009's "Music for Film", and 2010's "Soundscape Studies", Daniel Alexander Hignell's third album is comprised of pieces written for his doctorate in composition, focused on sonic interjections into shared social space.
The three works are based on a 65-page text score, and utilize a modular synthesizer to create perpetually evolving, drone-based textures combined with manipulated field-recordings. Sometimes ambient, sometimes noisy, the work is a sea of perpetual yet barely perceptible changes.