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A unique audio-visual performance and broadcast that sees North East musicians Warm Digits and Richard Dawson take inspiration from museums and archive collections to create exciting new compositions.

Devised by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums in partnership with Tusk Music and Pixel Palace, the project sees the electronic infused Warm Digits create a stunning film using digital stills and found footage of a huge civic engineering project in the 1970s, creating a hypnotic soundtrack to accompany it. Meanwhile Richard Dawson will be injecting his delirious acoustic delights into a magical album inspired by photographs, letters, newspapers and illustrations from obscure North East tales. 

Live performance at Tyneside Cinema Sunday 28 April 2013, 7pm SOLD OUT
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