☼ FOLK HORROR REVIVAL☼
PROUDLY PRESENTS ~
THE UNSEELIE COURT AT EDINBURGH SUMMERHALL: An event in 2 parts
Day ticket – £15 Night ticket -£15 Both – £25
The Night Event features live music from ~
PYE CORNER AUDIO
tickets available now from –
To complete the great line-up at The Unseelie Court event at Edinburgh Summerhall, Folk Horror Revival are very proud to present ~
Headling our night of music are PYE CORNER AUDIO.
Pye Corner Audio is a British electronic music project by Martin Jenkins. Originally self-released, Vols 1 – 2 and Vols 3 – 4 of the Black Mill Tapes were released by Type records as TYPE107 and TYPE118. Sleep Games was released on Ghost Box.
Submerged rhythms and ectoplasmic electronics haunt the disused dance halls and concrete derelicts of Belbury.
It’s possible to detect echoes of John Carpenter, Italo-horror soundtracks and a kind of post rave meltdown in Martin Jenkins’ submerged disco and spectral electronics.
Completing our catalogue of talks at the day event is Murdo Eason of The Fife Psychogeographical Collective, who will be talking on Embedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk Horror and the Everyday.
Intoducing the event are Folk Horror Revival’s own Darren Charles and Andy Paciorek who have previously brought their take on the folk horror phenomenon to the stages of Cambridge University and The British Museum
Author extraodinaire Chris Lambert will be our MC for the day, and will be launching The Wyrd Calendar. Maybe there will be some tales of The Black Meadow.
See Also –
FHR- Edinburgh Event – First Reveal
FHR- Edinburgh Event – Second Reveal
FHR Edinburgh Event – Third Reveal
FHR Edinburgh Event – Fourth Reveal
Tickets available now from here
Our next two announcements for The Unseelie Court are:
Folklore Tapes– an open-ended research project exploring the vernacular arcana of Great Britain and beyond; traversing the myths, mysteries, magic and strange phenomena of the old counties via abstracted musical reinterpretation and experimental visuals. The driving principle of the project is to bring the nation’s folk record to life, to rekindle interest in the treasure trove of traditional culture by finding new forms for its expression.They will be performing at the evening event.
And joining us for the day event is Sally-Anne Huxtable, Principal Curator of Modern & Contemporary Design at National Museums Scotland, Editor of the Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, and a dabbler in the Dark Arts, who will be talking on Folk Horror and The Pre-Raphaelites.
More acts to be revealed …
The Unseelie Court takes place on 21st October in Summerhall, Edinburgh. Tickets available now from – https://www.summerhall.co.uk/event/folk-horror-revival-unseelie-court/
At long last, Folk Horror Revival are happy to announce tickets are on sale for The Unseelie Court, the FHR events in Edinburgh on 21st October 2017, available now from the Summerhall website:
Please keep an eye on this blog for further announcements of acts.
Firstly, appearing at the day event will be Mike Heron of the Incredible String Band, who shall be reading from his book, You Know What You Could Be, which shall be followed by a Q&A.
In the evening, we shall be joined by English Heretic,who will be bringing their occult soundscapes, which draw inspiration from psychedelic folk, ritual ethnographic recordings, electronica, TV documentaries,and field recordings.
More to be announced very soon.
more details will follow …
The Unseelie Court