R Elizabeth Track by Track for Ransom Note

I was asked by Ransom Note to write a track by track guide for Every and All We Voyage On.

If you are so inclined you can give a read here:


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R Elizabeth in Electronic Sound Issue 58

The wonderful Claire Francis asked me some questions about R Elizabeth and the new record for her recent article for Electric Sound.

Go out and grab a copy!


New video on Boiler Room

Catch a sneak peek of the new R Elizabeth video ‘Spiritual to Symphony’ from the upcoming album Every and All We Voyage On out on NIghtschool records.



Rupert Residency July 2019

For July 2019 I will be undertaking the Rupert Residency in Vilnius, Lithuania.

See you on the other side.


Performance with Virginia Wing, 2nd April, Southbank Centre, London


Very pleased to announce to I will be part of the collaborative performance “Further, Just Before” with Virginia Wing, dancer Maria Malone and AV artist Sam Wiehl. The performance explores the both physical and the digital body, exploring themes surrounding gender, space, reality and perception.

For tickets please visit: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk

Braided Sound at Iklektik Art lab, London

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Very excited to announce that I will be going the London ensemble of Braided Sound at Iklektik Art Lab, London April 27th.

The London ensemble features Jesse Perlstein, Kate Carr and Harmageddon.

8pm doors : £10 ticket

'Old Paradise Yard ' / 20 Carlisle Ln

Archbishop's park / Royal Street corner

London SE1 7LG, United Kingdom

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1522412201236790/

IKLECTIK: http://iklectikartlab.com/

BraidedSOUND: http://braidedsound.com

BraidedSOUND is a series of improvisational site-specific experimental ensembles that operate off a graphic score designed by Jesse Perlstein. These performances celebrate collaboration, improvisation and interpretation, ensuring that each performance is a unique experiment unto itself. Braided Sound also strives to be as global as possible, connecting artists from different backgrounds, genres and cultures both musically and spiritually.

Every performance is a chance to rethink the very building blocks upon which my compositional practice is founded, but invitational opportunities to perform with new creative collaborators in far away countries welcome both excitement and logistical challenges.

While this project draws on a deep familiarity with graphically notated score history, from that of Cage and Cardew and Stockhausen among many others, BraidedSOUND distances itself from the aesthetics and behaviors of "concert music" almost entirely—we are rather seeking to explore and define a contemporary use of the graphic score as a map, the compass and legend of which must be figured out with every single new performance, by every participating artist, together as a unit, in every new space and every different city, and using the hybrid sonic avenues of electronic and acoustic elements as its toolkit.

R Elizabeth On Its Way

Second R Elizabeth instalment is on its way and will be released as soon as possible....I'm a slow worker. 


Review of Terre Thaemlitz Interstices


I recently wrote about the compositional strategies at play in Terre Thaemlitz's Interstices currently showing at Auto Italia for Map magazine. 

To be read at your leisure:


Going Along Without a Body at Iklectik November 4th


I will be performing for this event curated by Benjamin A. Owen in response to his most recent project. it is a six hour on going piece starting at 16.30pm and ending at 10.00pm. '

Saturday 4th November at Iklectik

R Elizabeth at New River Studios FRIDAY 29TH September

   Very excited to announce that R Elizabeth will be performing at New River Studios on Friday 29th September with Missing Organs, Dan Hayhurst and Beachers. Quite the line up!   Also, if you haven't been before New River Studios is a great place run by wonderful people.     Come on by and say hi.      More details here:     https://www.facebook.com/events/791003051066870/


Very excited to announce that R Elizabeth will be performing at New River Studios on Friday 29th September with Missing Organs, Dan Hayhurst and Beachers. Quite the line up! 

Also, if you haven't been before New River Studios is a great place run by wonderful people.


Come on by and say hi. 


More details here:



Black Tower Projects - Opening Event 23rd September 2017


Black Tower Projects opens its doors to the public on September 23rd 2017 for an evening of screenings and performances.

The opening night begins with a screening of 'The Black Tower' (1985-7) by John Smith, whose structural approach to filmmaking invites the viewer to question what is being presented to them both onscreen and across culture at large. Following the original film, artist and software engineer Daniel Jones presents a reedited version, created with a piece of code that reorders the film’s frames from dark to light, then back again. Playing silently and continuously over the course of the evening, it provides a backdrop for performers to enact an invocation for the project space.

Berlin-based Katarina Hruskova reads a site-specific text that focuses on the metamorphic architecture of The Black Tower, whilst Rachael Finney’s performance utilises the voice in a more textural capacity - drawing upon its materiality and embodiment.

Patrick Goddard performs 'No Ironic Tip of the Hat to Class Consciousness Can Save Us Now!', a work of contradiction that grapples with the artist’s implication in the changing topology of London. Molly Palmer’s 'Gas Pipes' looks inward towards the places we carry inside ourselves - a suggestion of anatomical topography.

Musician and founding member of This Heat, Charles Hayward, performs two works in response to the conditions of the project space, 'Slow Train' and '30 Minute Snare Drum Roll'. Forming an acoustic drone over the course of this meticulously observed time frame, Hayward will end the night using a technique that builds anticipation for what is yet to come.


Supernormal 2017

I will be showing new work The Grief of Electra (2017) at this years Supernormal festival. 

Filmed throughout the ancient settlement of Ano on the island of Syros (Greece) the installation sets up a conversation between the visual and the aural. Conceptualizing the architecture of Ano as a labyrinth of Pythagorean screens the film attempts to highlight the acousmatic character of this unique environment. Played simultaneously with the film are three reel-to-reel recordings. Facing the screen they act as a symbolic chorus interacting with the moving images in front of them and overlapping with each other. Each tape recording possesses a collage of material that continuously weaves in and out of each other. Interested in non-symbolic utterance, the paralinguistic and erotic’s of the voice, each recording is possessed by a different voice or set of voices that in some way inhabit these themes. Working with artist and writer Ionna Gerakadi, the central player discusses the story of Sophocles ‘Electra’. Gerakadi focuses on the voice of Electra explaining her voice as one of grief and lament. Electra’s despair is made audible via her voice, yet these utterances sit outside of symbolic language. Sitting aside this player the further two recordings play a composition of material extracted from the non-symbolic utterances of backing singers throughout the late 1950’s and 1960s. Taken from what is understood to be the ‘girl group’ era these figures largely remained unknown and named only via their group moniker. Often made to perform non-symbolic ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ these voices remain somehow outside of language yet able to perform emotion. As the chorus of these voices dip in and out of sync they are both a response and reflection of Electra’s own voice. As the subjects of these voices remain visually out of reach the film highlights the ‘unknowability’ of this chorus.   

On Saturday 5th at 18.30pm R Elizabeth will be performing in the Barn at Supernormal too. 

Come and say 'hello'.

Dark Matter Gushes From The Mouth To The Open Air

I will be presenting some work for Dark Matter Gushes From The Mouth To The Open Air at

Guest Projects (E8).


19th April

Event Details:

Latent gurgles, murmurs rising... a tone begins in the depths of the belly and strives in the throat before escaping – a burst of vocal dark matter. Writers Jennifer Boyd and Amy Pettifer curate a one-off programme of audio works for an hour of listening in the deep dark.

Just as the genesis of the Laboratory of Dark Matters' work began with nine artists travelling 1100m below ground to a dark matter research facility on the North East coast of England, this programme explores the transformations, mutations and possibilities that are generated in ultra-deep space; the vitality that lurks in the coved chambers of the body, in oceanic depth, in the ravine of the web, or the shadowed corners of subversive communal space.

Including work by: 

Anneke Kampman
Evan Ifekoya
Tristam Vivian Adams & Carey Robinson
Diana Policarpo
Sarah Gillett
Rachael Finney
Jennifer Boyd
Amy Pettifer
Tamar Banai



Playing w/ Wilted Woman, Yaws, Chloe Frieda Friday 31st March

Been a tough week of funerals and fatigue BUT I will be performing on Friday at Apriary Studios this Friday with Wilted Woman (Berlin) which I am pretty excited about. 


See you there!

Total Fiction w/ R Elizabeth

Paul Clipson with Jeremy Young & Shinya Sugimoto present TOTAL FICTION. 

R Elizabeth will be playing at for Total Fiction at The Old Church, Stoke Newington, London on 23rd March 2017

Details and  tickets here: http://theoldchurch.org.uk/events/paul-clipson-with-shinya-sugimoto-and-jeremy-young-total-fiction/

HMN #8

I will be presenting a series of temporal compositions at HMN #8 curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak and Anne Tellintire.


Details here: