Here are a few Sonic Bothy Ensemble updates…
Tusk Festival 2019 Line-Up
The Sonic Bothy Ensemble are next performing at
TUSK Festival at The Sage in Gateshead, which is very exciting! We’ll be in Hall 2 at 7:10pm on Sunday 13th October 2019.
Sonic Bothy Ensemble at Kelvingrove Museum. Image © Sonic Bothy
In June 2019 we had a fantastic time performing at the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery…
Also in June we also had a wonderful time recording some new work in the studio at Gorbals Sound, Glasgow.
Sonic Bothy Ensemble at CCA Glasgow. Image © Brian Hartley
Here’s a review from the Ensemble gig
Immediate Buzz Shift at CCA earlier this year. Many thanks to Lorna Irvine.
CCA Review… Album
Sonic Bothy Ensemble’s debut album
is available at Bandcamp… Fields
For more information on Sonic Bothy Ensemble, all Sonic Bothy’s work and founder Claire Docherty visit
Sonic Bothy’s website…
Very exciting news – Martin O’Connor’s
has been shortlisted for a CATS 2013-14 award in the Best Music and Sound Category. Announcements will be made on 8th June 2014. See details and the full listings at Theology CATS.
Here are some reviews of the recent performances at the Pearce Institute for Behaviour Festival:
**** Joyce MacMillan
The Vile Blog
**** Joyce McMillan,
The Scotsman – review of the first few Arches LIVE! events, including Songs for a Stranger – (“…fierce and brilliant vocal improvisations…”)
*** Mary Brennan,
The Herald (“…as a live performance, full of vertinigous vocal techniques, it was always impressive…”)
I recently reviewed Tara Rodger’s excellent book
in Pink Noises: Women in Electronic Music and Sound Cambridge University Press Popular Music Journal.