Stereocilia / Ate / Agathe Max Tickets | The Castle Aldgate London  | Tue 27th November 2018 Lineup

Stereocilia / Ate / Agathe Max tickets

The Castle Aldgate in London

Tuesday 27th November 2018

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Fishbowl Events are proud to present: Stereocilia Ate Agathe Max The Castle Pub 27th November 2018 4 Adv 5 On The Door

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Stereocilia / Ate / Agathe Max on Tuesday 27th November 2018

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The Castle Pub

27th November 2018

£4 Adv £5 On The Door


Stereocilia is Bristol based guitarist and composer, John Scott. John uses his guitar, analog synths and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound.

Over the past ten years John has performed all over the UK and Europe with various projects. In the past he has shared a stage with acts including: Gnod, Daniel Lanois, Ex-Easter Island Head, Acid Mothers Temple and Ben Frost.


Being a member of a musical family, Petar Petkov quickly discovered his fascination with sounds thanks to the constant contact with music. He studied classical guitar at the Musical Acadamies in Bulgaria, Sweden and Poland. Searching for the unlimited rules of music theory, he has created a project, Ate, where gentle guitar parts based mainly on loops are mixed with analogue modulation, reverb creating hypnotic soundscapes.

Agathe Max

Graduate in electroacoustic composition, violinist Agathe Max, besides her collaborations with KURO, Mesange, The SEER, Kolophon, Winter Ghost.... works on different projects including music and sound design for documentaries, animated movies, short movies, theatre, contemporary dance and art exhibitions / sound installations.

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