Ambient Lag: : An end-of-year Sound Art Celebration

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To celebrate a fantastic year, Ambient Leeds and Measured Lag are closing out the calendar in style, with a long night of peaceful ambient music and harsh noise! We'll be starting a full hour earlier, at 6:30 rather than 7:30, and we will be featuring an extended line-up alternating between ambient and noise artists, including:


Can we call Ben Eyes (aka Quip) a renaissance man of the digital arts? When he is not working on Arduino multimedia art projects, boshing electronic relays together for the final stages of his PhD or providing live sound production for Nihiloxica or Hannah Peel, Ben can usually be found creating a range of varied audio works in his studio in York that encompass a broad range of electronic music styles.

A stalwart of underground electronic music, Ben always produces the goods, and his creative practice falls somewhere between, but often at either end of, experimental and electro/techno, with plenty of electronica flourishes thrown in for good measure to give an interesting flavour to his dancefloor flex.

These Men

These Men are sound artist and violinist Ian Tothill and artist and musician Phil Moody. The site specific audiovisual work explores the nature of the environment and how it can be reimagined They perform in a wide variety of spaces such as theatres, galleries, clubs, public parks and more.

Sam Mitchell

A Leeds-based composer and sound artist who mainly works with modular synths and granular software to produce music ranging from installations, to ambient music, to acousmatic concert music and beyond. Sam blends themes of closeness and intimacy with microtonal notes of unease to immersive soundworlds.

Ince B

A solo project about the experience of growing up on the border of the rural and the industrial. Drones, loops and tingling ASMR elements create immersive music that is both warmly sentimental and coldly relentless

Measured Lag

Music, of a sort, from Leeds' very own noise polymath


Eerie melodic loops, reverberations, altered voice samples, distortion, memory fragments and altered scenery

JD Roberts

Ambient pastoral, featuring immersive soundscapes woven from synth, clarinet and saxophone

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