A new series of monthly events in East London curated by The Wire Magazine. The evenings will consist of readings, talks, panel debates, film screenings, DJ sets and live performances. The first instalment is Revenant Forms: The Meaning Of Hauntology at London's Café Oto, 1 April, 8pm, £4 on the door only
Mark Fisher (K-Punk) leads a panel with Adam Harper and Joseph Stannard debating the uncanny quality of so much contemporary audio, from spektral disco to dubstep, Hypnagogic pop and beyond. Plus screenings of films by Julian House (Ghost Box, The Focus Group), a live set by Moon Wiring Club and eldritch vinyl interludes courtesy of Mordant Music.
Below we've compiled a short online reading and listening list in anticipation of the event:
Ian Penman's Black Secret Tricknology, first published in The Wire issue 133
A transcript excerpt from Joseph Stannard's interview with Broadcast, which formed part of Stannard's cover feature on the group in The Wire issue 308
Adam Harper's Rouge's Foam blog
•Hauntology: The Past Inside The Present
Joseph Stannard's The Outer Church
•Revenant Forms: Future-Past Preview
Website of the label and design project Ghost Box
Jim Jupp's Belbury Parish Magazine
Mordant Music home to Baron Mordant, Admiral Greyscale, Sam Shackleton and more
James Kirby's (aka The Caretaker) History Always Favours The Winners
Listen to some tracks from Moon Wiring Club
Broadcast and The Focus Group "I See, So I See So"
Phenomena And Occurrences, a Ghost Box film by Julian House.
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