Open call for participants: OSG #6 – Grammophonmusik, 23rd November, London


Open Sound Group #6 – Grammophonmusik
A one-day open workshop and networking event for artists and musicians working with records, turntables or gramophones.
2pm – 7pm, Saturday 23rd November 2013
UNIT3, Dalston, London

Open Sound Group events give participants the opportunity to share ideas; talk about and demonstrate their practices and methods; form potential collaborative connections; and create sounds and record together. While the format of the day is open and flexible, one expected outcome is a series of recordings which will be released through the Open Sound Group netlabel. The event will take place at UNIT3 in Dalston, East London.

The event is open to artists, musicians, composers and performers from any background. The one restriction specific to this event is that the focus is on using records, turntables or gramophones somewhere in the creative process. There will be some turntables available on the day but it would be useful for participants to bring their own equipment also.

The workshop is free to attend but places are limited.
To apply please send the following to
– A couple of lines about your working practice;
– One weblink to your site or blog;
– One link to some online sound (soundcloud/youtube etc).
Please note: for successful applicants, these will be shared on the OSG blog.
Deadline: Monday 18th November 2013.

Listen to recordings from previous events here:
OSG #5 – Penthouse
OSG #4 – Tape Music
OSG #3 – Power Lunches
OSG #2 – Warehouse One
OSG#1 – Live From The Fire Room





About Graham Dunning

Artist working in sound, installation and performance; Improvising musician and drummer. Based in London.
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