Ecstatic Material review – jamming with play-dough and Angel Delight

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Caustic Coastal, Salford In this collaboration between musician Beatrice Dillon and artist Keith Harrison, sound directs all manner of gloop and goo This collaboration between experimental electronic musician Beatrice Dillon and artist Keith Harrison – presented by Outlands , a new national experimental music touring network – brings a warehouse space in Salford rumbling to life with an interweaving collision of sound and vision. Speakers circle the room, and in the middle, varying sizes of speaker cones are built into plastic crates with strip lighting scattered throughout. Within the cones …

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