Bill Thompson is a sound artist and composer. Although he originally trained as a guitarist, Thompson has worked with live electronics for over 20 years. In 2016 he returned to guitar (ala Moog) combining built in electronics with miscellaneous table top devices, found objects, flashing lights, and the occasional vibrator.
Ciaran Mackle is éminence grise behind South London feral concrète label & duo Ashcircle.
Peter Nagle is a composer, cellist and sound artist working with drones, loops, electronica and field recordings. As well as extensive solo work he has collaborated with a wide variety of musicians, artists and choreographers including Douglas Benford, Laura Cioffi, Dave Clarkson, Angharad Davies, Peter Falcolner, Irene Fiordilino, Steve Gisby, Rahel Kraft, Anthony Osborne, Misha Penton, Alwynne Pritchard, Carla Rees, Richard Sanderson, Emily Suzanne Shapiro, Tansy Spinks and Rahel Vanmoos.
Recent work includes The Convalescent, (performance/installation at APT Gallery Deptford, 2018), Congregation (ensemble performance/installation, premiered October 2019), An Equal and Opposite Reaction, (album, Linear Obsessional, 2019), the Nexus remote collaboration project (five EPs, 2021) and On Mute, a short horror film about video conferencing (2021).
Peter is a PhD candidate at Trinity Laban, researching drone as an agent of sonic identity and transformation.
Pablo Meza Mitcher is an experimental noise artist from East London. Primarily using contact mics, audio recordings and synthesisers to create sound environments designed to challenge and engage the listener. This will be his debut at the Hundred Years Gallery.