Luciano Maggiore (b. Palermo) is a London-based musician.
His work is characterised by the use of speakers and several analogue/digital devices (samplers, CD players, walkmans, tape recorders) and addresses the performativity of the musical act, the perception of it, and the obscurity that emanates from it.
His main interests include mechanisms of sound diffusion, performance, repetition, endurance, non-human animal languages, dance, folklore. With Louie Rice, he started NO-PA/PA-ON, a project that deals with performing score-based works, both acoustic and amplified.
Ecka Mordecai is a cellist experimenting with performance, voice and body. She’s collaborated with Andrew Chalk and Tom Scott (CIRCÆA), Valerio Tricoli, Lia Mazarri, and worked with David Toop + Rie Nakajima, Clive Bell, Vanishing, and Thurston Moore. An active participant in community arts collectives, Ecka’s past residencies include Islington Mill (Manchester), Nutclough Tavern (Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire) and Mhor Farr (Wester Ross, Scotland. She is currently an artist in residence at Artcore Intl. (London).
Rory Salter is a musician and artist living in London. He has released audio with Alter, TakuRoku, Infant Tree, Teeth, MAL, Bison, Kashual Plastik and more. His music is formed through experimentations with acoustic & electronic instruments, faulty technologies, cassette tape, feedback and voice. Currently focusing on work in the form of documentation of recurrent practices and text.
Ciaran Mackle is éminence grise behind South London feral concrète label & duo Ashcircle, half of the increasingly popular duo Breathing Heavy, and responsible for The Cliff-Edge consumer brand and performance series.