Friday 7th October

Sonophilia Goes Loopy

Lincoln Drill Hall 5pm – 11pm

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This family friendly headline event marks the climax of the Sonophilia 2016 Festival programme with seven loopy acts to round off your week in style! Featuring:


From a revolutionary beginning in UK Electronica, Hip Hop and dance, pioneering sampling and looping since the 1980s, with Yaz And The Plastic Population and Lisa Stansfield to name but two.
This iconic duo have consistently maintained their exceptional record of innovation and brilliance and remain at the cutting edge of music production and performance today.

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Graham Dunning

Loop Cycle

Jan Halen

54 North

Lincoln Kids’ Loopy Music Project

Lincoln Community Gamelan playing new composition by ‘Belle Blue

Food Will be served in the Drill Hall bar until 9pm.  Full bar open throughout.

Sonophilia Conference Day 2

ALIVE Church  9.30am – 4pm  This is a FREE event!!!


Join us for the second day of the Sonophilia Conference – #SonCon16 – as
we explore art, activism and education through a host of talks and
workshops designed for those in higher education. While it’s designed
for those in education the event is open to everyone.

The day opens with a panel discussion of sound as art featuring
Sonophilia Festival Director Amie Slavin, Lincoln based arts collecive
General Practive and London based sound & found artist Graham Dunning.
They’ll discuss their work, motivation and why sound is an artform.

Graham Dunning and General Practice will then lead the days workshops;
Graham will demonstrate his mechanical techno machines and [gP] will
show you their alternative homebrew recording methods. They’ll be joined
by Lincoln based digital arts company IntAR-Media who will explore
projection and sound mapping, as well as Sonophilia featured artists
Rebecca Lee & Samuel Rodgers who will teach you how to improvise sound
art in response to places and environments.

Legendary DJ Matt Black of Coldcut, and founder of Ninja Tune, records
joins us as our keynotes speaker in an interview with Lincolnshire arts
veteran David Lambert to discuss his art, activism and independence.
They’ll also explore Ninja Tune’s Ninja Jamm app.

The afternoon rounds off with the return of Lincoln based Art Isn’t Sexy
as they discuss art as an act of rebellion and social discourse. We
close the conference with a look at the work of Lincolnshire music
charity soundLINCS as we explore their work with children and young
people in challenging circumstances.

*The line-up for the conference  may change and/or be expanded.

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!Don’t forget! The Sound Art Installations are running throughout the Festival