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The Museum of Club Culture presents… Addictive TV’s Orchestra of Samples.

Five years in the making and described by The Times as ‘ingenious and compelling’, Addictive TV – the joint alias of pioneering audio/video remixers and electronic artists Graham Daniels and Mark Vidler, have won international acclaim for their ‘Orchestra of Samples’ music project.  Created by recording and filming over 200 musicians around the globe, the duo sampled the improvised sessions, composing new music and splicing together a ‘digital supergroup’ of artists who never met but play together on screen.  A serendipitous fusion of sound and vision with musicians playing all manner of traditional instruments from Brazil to Kazakhstan, Egypt to Senegal, across Europe and even Bhutan in the Himalayas, it’s a musical journey without borders!

Performing live with Addictive TV will be Scottish fiddle player and winner of the BBC’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year Shona Mooney and Iranian percussionist Arian Sadr.

“Addictive TV create the perfect integration of audio and visual technologies in their thrilling live show” – The Huffington Post

“Ingenious and compelling” – The Times

“A glimpse into the very essence of music… Addictive TV have hit upon something very special with Orchestra of Samples” – Cultured Vultures

“The show celebrated cultural commonalities in all their polysyllabic richness: otherwise wildly disparate sources interect with and complement one another in enthrallingly unexpected ways” – The Quietus




62-63 Humber St
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Event presented by The Museum of Club Culture and supported by Arts Council England and Hull City Arts Unit.

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