This month, Kunal was joined by Linz of Vodun, solo producer Metalogue, both of whom have gigs with Chaos Theory coming up in September, and Fluff, who’s recently collaborated with Metalogue.
In this edition, Kunal was joined by Drew and Andrea of Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, who surprised us with an exclusive premiere of their new single “Truth Escapes”, as well as tunes by some of their influences, plus we played brand new music from some of the acts we’ve announced for the coming autumn of Chaos.
Listen below to our latest podcast, first broadcast on 199radio on Tuesday 5th June 2018.
A beautiful medley of noise, industrial, post-punk and electronic sounds at The Black Heart in Camden.
Our latest podcast is now up for streaming! CT founder Kunal plays music from all of our upcoming gigs in May, June and July and lets you know just why you need to see these bands.
A super special edition of our long-running night at The Black Heart in Camden, as we see a southern album release, a UK debut tour pass through from Chile and one of the latest signings on Rockosmos. £6 advance £9 on the door ——————– Archelon (London release show) A stunning post-metal and sludge band from Sheffield, who we saw just beginning to explode into their true …
“How you ended up doing what you’re doing is to keep doing it. As an artist, that’s all there is to it.”
We’ve joined forces with promoters of avant-garde jazz, prog and all manner of genre-colliding music, Match&Fuse to present a lineup of audio oddities at New River Studios in Manor House.
Superbly intricate math rock, mindboggling prog and spacious post-rock at this month’s edition of The Facemelter at The Black Heart in Camden.
A night of ambient music, haunting dronescapes and experimental electronics.
For our first radio show of 2018 on 199radio, Aditya Bhatt and Kunal Singhal got together in the studio to discuss why they love the music coming up at the two events to mark 8 Years Of Chaos in February.
3rd February 2018 will be exactly 8 years since the very first Chaos Theory event, so we want to celebrate with a big two-stage all day event at The Brewhouse in Hackney!
Stream the latest Chaos Theory radio show, first broadcast on 6th June 2017on 199radio, with Seb and Kunal.
A night of heavy noise, math metal, electronica, hardcore and allround incredible musicianship at The Black Heart in Camden.
Extraordinary trio Mouse On The Keys are back from Japan, armed with fresh material from their upcoming album ‘Out Of Body’, out on 25th January via Topshelf Records, accompanied by Luxembourg-based math rockers Mutiny On The Bounty.
More free musical fun at Strongroom Bar in Shoreditch, for people who like to hang out in great bars with great drinks, great food and refreshingly underground music.
Another collection of musicians, this time both from Leeds, who bend instruments, sounds and genres to redefine our concepts of jazz, electronica, math rock and creation at Strongroom Bar in Shoreditch.
A special guest DJ night at our residency at Strongroom Bar!
DJ duo Dear Boss will lay down a mesmerising mix of funk rock sleaze to psychedelic folk oddities, way-out electronics to new age exotic fuzz, spaced-out rockabilly to lo-fi agit-punk and everything in between.
More free musical fun at Strongroom Bar in Shoreditch, for those who like to hang out in bars without listening to Beyoncé or whatever the hell trap is.
In our never-ending search to check out new venues, we’ve been introduced to the delightful new team behind Juju’s Bar & Stage at the end of Brick Lane.
Strongroom Bar in Shoreditch has gone back to their musical roots and designed a new bar to suit!
You’re all invited to join them in toasting the refit of their main bar. Come down for a beer, take a look at the new space, which will be the home for The Jazz Market and Whispers & Hurricanes for the foreseeable future.
Our events organiser Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.
Here’s his second one, featuring tracks by Jarboe & Helen Money, Muscle and Marrow, Mishaped Pearls, Kat May, Bitter Ruin, Leah Kardos, Roxanne De Bastion, Anna Von Hausswolff, Portishead, Eels and Thom Yorke.
Our week of articles about the genius artists we get to work with comes to an end with Father Murphy, possibly the most mindbending act we’ve ever worked with, before they join us tomorrow with Muscle and Marrow at New River Studios.
We continue our week of daily articles about the experimental artists performing at our events this week.
Today we focus on Muscle and Marrow, who bring their new album tour to New River Studios on Saturday, alongside Father Murphy.
Over the next few days we’ll share some news about the bands performing at New River Studios on Saturday.
We’re very glad to say that Tolerance Manoeuvre will be opening the proceedings ahead of Muscle and Marrow and Father Murphy.
A serious display of talent from musicians who fuse their traditional training with technology to create modern masterpieces (aka rhythm gurus produce certified bangers).
A special event, featuring two projects from dark experimental label The Flenser from the USA and Italy. In the amazing artist community venue that is New River Studios. This will be a stimulating experience.
A special collaboration between ourselves and Tina Edwards of Jazz Standard, one of London’s best promoters of contemporary jazz, Rich Mix, one of London’s hottest hotbeds of contemporary creativity, and daringly experimental duo Bitch ‘n’ Monk, as they launch their new album ‘We Are Peering Over’.
On Thursday 28th July 2016 between 7.30 and 9pm, at Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston, Roger Goula will perform music from his limited edition EP Something About Silence (featuring remixes by Christian Löffler and Phaeleh) and his forthcoming album Overview Effect, which is the debut release from Cognitive Shift Recordings, a new collaboration between One Little Indian Records and Manners McDade Publishing.
We’ve teamed up with the forward-thinking management at BrewDog Bar Shoreditch, to bring you a monthly free-entry music night in their brand spanking new basement. With guest DJ Mike Woodman of Thumpermonkey.
We’ve teamed up with the forward-thinking management at BrewDog Bar Shoreditch, to bring you a free-entry monthly music night in their brand spanking new basement.
We’ve teamed up with BrewDog, creators of some of the UK’s finest beers, to bring you a new monthly music night in the basement of their Shoreditch venue.
After a wonderful launch in September, our newest night is back with inspired musicians, who fuse traditional sounds with groundbreaking techniques.
Our writer James sat down with Rumour Cubes ahead of their headline show at The Facemelter this Friday at The Black Heart, and found out more about the diverse minds that have come together to make something new and special.
“This came about because it just had to happen. Basically I couldn’t put it off any longer. “ Chris Sharkey, renowned jazz-punk experimenter and guitar player for Acoustic Ladyland and Shiver is explaining to me over the phone what his latest electronica project is all about. Survival Skills, the name of the new solo act, gets its debut with Chaos Theory this Saturday at Power Lunches, and while his name is sure to draw a loyal crowd, this is definitely a musical and creative departure for Chris. “I just felt I had to express myself in this way. It just …
Too frequently non-jazz audiences get the wrong idea about what the genre is all about. Too frequently those that might take to the experimental quality and strength of jazz pass it over because of a historical prejudice about its supposed clique-like exclusivity. However, here at Chaos Theory, we think that jazz is entering a new era. Musically the genre has been developing for decades, and ever since Miles Davis started interpreting pop melodies within his idiom, jazz has absorbed and assimilated the striking patterns of the ever-shifting cultural environment. Parshmaune embody everything that is great about modern jazz. A craft …
We managed to send some questions to Piton, guitarist and synth programmer for experimental death metal band YGODEH, to find out more about their recently released second album, Inside The Womb Of Horizonless Dystopia, before they open at The Facemelter this Friday 8th August at The Black Heart. Photo by Magda Wrzeszcz ———————————————— You have been around for a few years now. How has the band changed and evolved? More importantly what hasn’t changed? What’s the the concept, idea or value system that sustains and unifies the band? We’ve been active in the UK for approximately 2 yrs and with …