Daniel is forming a collective with musicians, producers and curators from Hull, in order to develop a state-of-the-art recording and performance space within the city. The proposed site will be built as part of a larger facility, dedicated to promoting and supporting the arts through low-cost workspaces, mentoring schemes, and AAA-grade facilities. More details about the collective and the artisan facility will be released throughout the year, and the New Sound Collective will soon be creating a series of recordings to showcase the raw potential of the new site.
On January 1st, Hull City of Culture opened with a firework display over the Humber and some incredible projection works throughout the city, such as Made in Hull by Zsolt Balogh, which illuminated the facades of Queen Victoria Square. Another projection work, (In) Dignity of Labour by Make Amplify, was not only technically brilliant, but … Continued
Throughout February, in preparation for his forthcoming work Bethia, Daniel will be recording the carillon at Hull’s Holy Trinity Church with audio guru Will Rice. The recordings will sample the 24 individual bells of the carillon, which will be used to replicate the sound of Hull’s Old Town in a performance of the work at Royal Festival Hall, London.