The highly anticipated long player from avant – pop maestra Bunty has finally arrived in our mailboxes and on digital platforms. With the singles having spread across the nation’s airwaves as far as the wind travels, the wholesome fruit of Bunty’s epic project are now ripe for the picking and are sure to be devoured as ferociously as we’ve seen them grow.
Have a listen below and order your copy on CD or Limited Edition Signed 12″ Vinyl directly from Buntycamp or download from iTunes etc…
“Full of the eclectic spirit of fellow musical travellers likeTune-Yards”
Amy Bell, The Girl Are
Bunty has crafted an incredible live AV show to perform the music from Multimos with stunning bespoke visuals by MetaLuna, dancers, an audience choir, a bear and lots of helium! Come experience the complete Multimos extravaganza at one of the album launch parties at The Courtyard, London on 18th Nov, and the Brighthelm Centre, Brighton on 12th Dec.
“Bunty makes playful and inventive work which crosses
artforms in a truly groundbreaking way!”
Rosalie White, Battersea Arts Centre
Abraham Moughrabi presents a Clear Spot show on Resonance 104.4 FM, showcasing music from the Beatabet archives and some of our latest releases. The show will be aired live at 8pm on Tuesday 11th November and repeated at 9am on Wednesday 12th. Tune in and check out some previously unheard recordings from our Beatafarm artistic residency
Abraham Moughrabi has recorded an unreleased song for SPECTRUM Site & Sound. Filmed by Andy Sowerby and recorded by Jules Arthur (LeJuki), the camera glides gracefully around the Dome Concert Hall stage and we see Moughrabi accompanied by Graham Sowerby (AK/DK) and Faye Houston (Resonators). Look out for Moughrabi’s new electronic live show in 2015.
Congatron / We Are Here is a double A-Side single release with a hefty remix by Italian producer Clap! Clap! (Black Acre).
The singles are taken from Bunty’s forthcoming album “Multimos” and have already garnered much attention: Congatron was premiered live on BBC Radio4’s Loose Ends, and We Are Here has already received support from BBC Radio6 Dj’s Amy Lamè, Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson, as well as Resonance FM, Juice FM and Amazing Radio. They’ve been described as…
“BLOODY GREAT” Tom Robinson, BBC Radio6
“infectious, bouncing and utterly ear worm worthy. it’s sure to make its way onto radio playlists soon” Ruth Barnes, Amazing Radio
“Full of the eclectic spirit of fellow musical travellers. like tUnE-yArDs” Amy Bell, The Girls Are
Have a listen and grab your download directly from Buntycamp
or from iTunes
WTF is happening now? is a free one-day contemporary arts festival that brings together performance, music and visual art in the grounds of a country manor. WTF 2014 is the fourth edition of this vibrant biennial festival organised by Chloe Hoare and Kassia Zermon in association with Beatabet and will feature many artists from the Beatabet stable as well a an incredible variety of multi-disciplinary artists. The festival welcomes all ages and entry is free by invitation so follow the link below for more info and to RSVP.
Instrumental sonic explorers Spacenoid return with a brand spanking new single “Vanished” out on Beatabet records. The song is a fizzy, percussive explosion of samples, guitars and orchestral flourishes that strides majestically through its densely packed four minutes. Referencing everything from post-rock luminaries such as Mogwai and Tortoise all the way through to electronic pioneers such as Four Tet and early Caribou, “Vanished” is a sunshine-infused trip through space and sound. The tune is backed up by an intriguing video by acclaimed up-and-coming director Andy Sowerby that follows the escapades of a mysterious man and his marvellous headwear.
“Vanished” is the precursor to a full debut album from Spacenoid that will be out early next year and the band are planning a UK tour in the Autumn.
Beatabet’s psyc-rockers Man Ray Sky bring another offering of delicious remixes, carrying us deeper into their world of light. Download it directly from their Bandcamp page and name your price.
The long awaited debut from Abraham Moughrabi
21ST DECEMBER 2013
Marking the end of the year and to share a little of what we’ve been upto in 2013,
we’re putting together a raucous night of performance, music, projections and interventions at TripSpace Projects in London.
5TH DECEMBER 2013
Le Juki host a Beatabet Takeover at the Blind Tiger Club – A barrage of Raucous Live music, Experiments , performance and projections PLUS DJ mash to rub all over your face!
Le Juki – Art pop Trio.
Bryony Bird playing a Response trilogy mini set.
Collectress Playing with Objects and Shadows to make avant-scapes and avalanches.
@Laborotoro – TBC – Impro Geniuses
Hosted by the Lady of the Manor and golden trumpet….plus much Much More