FloodLines in The Wire

Read a review of his latest CD, Floodlines [Touch, 2016] in The Wire


Live in Portland | 13th August 2016

8.30 pm $10
simon scott / ilyas ahmed / m. fischer

Leaven Community on N.E. 20th + Killingsworth, Portland, Oregon

Live in Copenhagen | 8th August 2016

De soniske felter mellem støj og ambient bliver udforsket i Cisternernes imponerende klangrum, når britiske Simon Scott spiller solo i det gamle vandreservoirs dyb. Simon Scott entrerede Englands eksperimenterende musikscene i shoegazebandet Slowdive, hvor han var bag trommerne omkring udgivelsen af det kanoniserede album ‘Souvlaki’. Siden har Scott spillet i en række bands som The Sight Below, genindtrådt i Slowdive ifm. bandets reunion og ikke mindst udgivet flere album i eget navn.

Den 45-årige Scott er en mester i at sammensætte store ambiente lydkollager, som både kan høres på hans egne udgivelser, på film og TV-programmer for BBC. Scott arbejder med monotoni og støj lige så vel som han inkorporerer naturlige lydoptagelser og organisk akustik i sine produktioner. Hans lyd passer derfor perfekt til de underjordiske katedraler under Søndermarken i Cisternerne.

Venue: Cisternerne, Søndermarken
8. august kl. 20-22
Entré: 150 kr.


Simon Scott – Floodlines [CD & Download]

Available now! http://touchshop.org/index.php?&cPath=116

Touch Conference | April – May 2016


A series of conferences featuring Touch artists on the west coast of America presenting and demonstrating their work to a discerning audience:

Touch (est. 1982) is one of the last surviving labels from the turbulent new wave period in London, which uniquely fused art, design and music. Hear artists from the label roster present and demonstrate their work to a discerning audience.

Philip Jeck uses turntables and sampler to create a unique sonic improvisation, both emotionally captivating and technically involving.

Mark Van Hoen, with modular synth and software pushed the analogue/digital envelope to create damaged melodies, drones and dense claustrophobia.

Simon Scott explores the creative process of actively listening, the implications of recording the natural world using technology and the manipulation of natural sounds used for musical composition.

Daniel Menche – In a genre known for its randomness and chaotic structure, Daniel Menche has established himself as a musician with an uncharacteristic sense of focus and determination. Rather than creating “noise,” he strives for order and cohesiveness. Aural intensity is not a representation of confusion or the chaotic, but a concerted effort to provoke and stimulate the listener’s imagination by generating intensely powerful sounds and music.

Bethan Parkes – Her work spans across field recording, sound design, ambisonic composition and multichannel sound installation practices, drawing a focus on sonic spatial experience. Her works are designed to open out spaces with sound, exploring spatial aesthetics and the interactions between sonic and visually articulated spaces.

May 10th Dublab, Los Angeles

Philip Jeck

May 7th Chapel Space, Seattle

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen
Daniel Menche

May 4th Holocene, Portland

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen
Simon Scott
Daniel Menche

May 3rd Private location (invitation only), San Francisco

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen

May 2nd The Gray Area, San Francisco

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen
Simon Scott

May 1st Aquarius, San Francisco

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen
Simon Scott

April 30th Volume, Los Angeles

Philip Jeck
Mark Van Hoen
Bethan Parkes

April 29th Aeterna Gallery, Los Angeles

Philip Jeck
Jon Wozencroft (photography exhibition)

(Jon Wozencroft will not be present)


Simon Scott Live in Cambridge | Bandcamp 3rd March 2016


Now available on Bandcamp

Recorded by Mike Harding as part of Spire (see below for full programme details)

New CD review- “A remarkable aural pleasure”

‘Insomni’ reviewed in Chain D.L.K Feb 2016:

“Many tracks of this output, such as “Holme Posts” or “Fen Drove”, features environmental sounds in Cambridgeshire, where there’s the lowest point in Great Britain (if I remember well around 3 metres below sea level). A remarkable aural pleasure”.


Spire Live in Cambridge | 26th February 2016

5 Emmanuel Road



John Beaumont
Marcus Davidson
Philip Jeck
Charles Matthews
Simon Scott
Claire M Singer
The Eternal Chord

This concert will be recorded and the entry fee guarantees you a free copy of some of the recordings [wav files]. Which tracks we make available will depend on the quality and suitability of the recordings, of course…

More info and tickets and for full progamme click “continue reading…” below

Continue reading: Spire Live in Cambridge | 26th February 2016

Touch presents… Live at Cafe Oto | 31st January 2016

Café Oto Sunday 31st January 2016

featuring LA-based artist Mark Van Hoen, an interview with Tony Myatt by Jon Wozencroft, plus sound ecologist and Slowdive drummer, Simon Scott, following on from his album, Insomni.

Mark Van Hoen
Simon Scott
Tony Myatt with Jon Wozencroft


Live in Cologne | 28th January 2016


Live show: Köln on Thursday 28th January and the following day a ‘Sound Ecology’ workshop on Friday 29th.

Details and tickets here: ambientfestival.de