An exploration of Anglo/Indian/Scandinavian drone to unsettle the enquiring mind!

Come Listen in or watch a very special international experimental music night

On March 12th at 7:30pm

At least once a year Chapel FM has put on an experimental music night but being 2021 and being in lockdown we decided we can use this opportunity to make it more online and international.


(or AU) creates music and textures with a mixture of analog modular and testequipment as the basis. If there is a theme to anything it would be ’the universe’ to be properly pretentious and yes pun intended.
Recently what AU’s created for himself in his hermitcave has been a spaceflight of sinewaves battling with noise and naughty bandpasfilters.
“There are no wormholes… only space and chaos”
Supriya Nagarajan


Supriya’s projects include: Frangipani Nights – a confluence of Carnatic and electronic music presented at the Jaipur Literature Festival, performing with Duncan Chapman. Lullaby Sonic Cradle – a contemporary musical exploration of night-time sounds interspersed with lullabies from India and audio recordings gathered from communities across the UK, Europe and Australia. Bollywood Jazz – a new Indo-Jazz music fusion inspired by the songs and instrumental music of Bollywood films, which culminated in a UK tour in 2018-19. Shivoham – a unique musical experience rooted in India with a contemplative nature and universal narrative, which toured in 2015, with Ben Castle and Shri Sriram.

Duncan Chapman

( live electronics )

Duncan Chapman is a composer and sound artist who regularly works with many leading music organisations throughout the world.

Recent projects include work at Casa da Musica (Porto), a large scale orchestral piece titled But where do we get the water?: (London Chamber Orchestra) for orchestra, young players / laptop ensemble; directing the Fanfare project for young composers (Royal Opera House) and schools projects with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

and many more coming soon…..


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