Welcome


Welcome to Sunday Dance Music, an independent record company based in North Wales UK. The current aim of Sunday Dance is to promote and distribute the music of English composer and musician, Richard Garrett.

Sunday Dance is also home to nwdlbots (pronounced noodlebots), a suite of generative music devices for Ableton Live, available for download on this site.

Richard

“Many Drops” in online micro-concert

“Many Drops” was included last month in IMAGINARY CONCERTS, an online micro concert with sound-art miniatures focusing on water and climate change consequences. The performance took place on March 22, 2014 at 5:00pm (Montreal time) as part of “3WDS14 – WaterWheel World Water Day Symposium”. The curator and host at Concordia University was Ricardo Dal Farra. “Many Drops” is a one minute work I … More…

“Exploration” in concert at INTER/actions

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“Exploration” for flute and laptop, which was presented in a workshop with Gilbert Nouno yesterday, has been chosen for performance in tonight’s closing concert at INTER/actions (16th March 2014, 20:00 GMT). Richard Craig will play alto flute, and I will be operating the laptop.

“November”: a New York minute for 60×60

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My new one minute piece, called “November” has been a given a place in the 60×60 surround sound presentation commissioned by Vox Novus and Harvestworks Digital Artworks Media Center in New York City. 60×60 is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter. This particular version will be a 5.1 surround … More…

Blogging

Most of my time these days is given over to writing music for my PhD rather than selling albums on CD, so I’ve decided to change the function of this website somewhat. From now on, I plan to use the site to document both work in progress and earlier work which stand as precursors to my current efforts. This will take the form of … More…

Flute Sketch

Here is the preliminary sketch I made for the flute/electronics piece which is to be played at INTER/actions in Bangor next month. The flute part was generously donated by Sean Goldthorpe and the computer part makes extensive use of the IRCAM Mubu multibuffer.

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