Category Archives: electronic

Live review: Slip/VIRTUALLYREALITY @ The Soup Kitchen

I’m trying to publish a bunch of half-finished reviews before summer begins in earnest, so here’s a long-delayed report from a really excellent evening of experimental music back in April at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen: the first VIRTUALLYREALITY event of 2019. … Continue reading

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Live review: Distorted Constellations @ Caustic Coastal

Between 17th and 26th January, performance artist/musician Nwando Ebizie presented a series of events in and around her Distorted Constellations exhibition, at Caustic Coastal in Salford. Co-commissioned by Eclipse and HOME (as part of the 2019 Push Festival), the event series ranged … Continue reading

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the biting point in 2013: UPCOMING EVENTS

I ruminated at length in the last post about the Southbank Centre’s The Rest is Noise season, and just last night the season’s tie-in BBC4 documentary The Sound and the Fury aired its first episode (I haven’t seen it yet, but the always-reliable … Continue reading

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the biting point in 2012

Happy New Year from the biting point to all our readers!!! We’d firstly like to apologise for our quiet period towards the end of 2011, mainly caused by the fact that we were too busy and poor to see any … Continue reading

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Opera Underground

[Time for a teeny bit of self-promotion…] Carmen Elektra presents: TERRIBLE LIPS – 17th June 2011, 8.30pm – Bike Polo Warehouse, Cambridge – £5 On Friday 17th June in a large, condemned warehouse space, remarkably well-hidden considering its proximity to … Continue reading

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the biting point in BERLIN

We spent a week recently in Berlin and had the chance to get a fairly cursory overview of its contemporary music scene. Expectations were high, not just because of the city’s modern reputation as a unique artistic milieu, but also … Continue reading

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