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This is a collective celebration of the music created and produced as part of the Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound project, hosted at the Sound/Image Research Centre, University of Greenwich. Disruptive Frequencies will be released on limited edition Vinyl on Nonclassical’s record label.
‘You will not witness a more surprising, engaging, mindblowing collection of experimental music in 2023.’ The Wire
About Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound:
This AHRC funded project aims to challenge institutional whiteness in experimental sound practice by investigating the creative identities of contemporary Black and South Asian composers working in the UK.
More about the key participating artists:
All have established profiles as artists working in the field of Experimental Sound. These key participants represent a diversity of aesthetic styles, career positions, age, gender and backgrounds.
Nonclassical is grateful to The Marchus Trust and Hinrichsen Foundation for supporting Disruptive Frequencies