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Dorian Zoyd live at Union Chapel, London

Dorian Zoyd live at Union Chapel, London

Following an invitation to perform in the third birthday celebration of Union Chapel's Organ Project, Adam Jansch will be presenting the first ever live set from Dorian Zoyd, made up of brand new material from Zoyd's upcoming release, ROBOT.

Alongside Dorian Zoyd the evening at the London venue will feature live music from Mara Carlyle, Claire M Singer and Pee Wee Ellis (who will also feature in Zoyd's set). Proceedings get underway at 7pm on Wednesday November 25th and tickets cost £10 (£7 UC Members). Head to Union Chapel's website for more details.

Bad Movies On Now restarts, powered by new Jansch app

Bad Movies On Now restarts, powered by new Jansch app

Earlier this week the Bad Movies On Now feed, conceived by Adam Jansch, restarted after a three-year hiatus. The feed aims to keep followers informed about bad movies currently airing on Freeview TV in the UK.

To power the feed, Adam developed an all-new app, Bad Movies On Now Picker, built in Swift. The app leverages TV listing data from Atlas and the post scheduling system provided by Buffer. Head to the Code section for an overview.

Voltronic/Galaxer, the new LP by ‑otron, released

Voltronic/Galaxer, the new LP by ‑otron, released

After a gap of several years, Adam Jansch has released a new full-length LP. Made under his moniker ‑otron, Voltronic/Galaxer features a vocalless blend of electronic beats and atmospheres.

Available to stream and download from the ‑otron Bandcamp, Voltronic/Galaxer can also be purchased on special-edition transparent orange cassette, limited to just 20 copies.

About Adam Jansch

Adam Jansch is a musician and creative technologist whose practice covers bases across sound, art and programming. He is the mastermind behind electronic tunesmiths Dorian Zoyd and -otron, the open outcome record Futures EP and many more works and code projects.

As son of legendary folk guitarist Bert Jansch, Adam has been involved in music for most of his life, studying music technology and composition at college and university. During this time he created music under the monikers rev forty, Hydletts Zoo and Lost Zoyd; he was also part of laptop group HELOpg, and he played bass guitar on a number of his father's albums.

Cross-media works like Human jukebox x n, nullTV analog and A Sea of Goons were a hallmark of Adam's time gaining a doctorate in Music Composition from the University of Huddersfield between 2008-2012. An interest in iPhone programming flourished during this period also.

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