Isnaj Dui: Since 2005, Isnaj Dui (Katie English) has stood awkwardly between neo-impressionism and electronica, conveying a minimal yet capturing sound using the pure tones of concert and bass flutes alongside home-made dulcimers and electronics. Having done her grades on flute and cello, English has also studied electroacoustic music, alternative tunings and Balinese gamelan. She has graced labels such as Home Normal, Rural Colours, Smallfish, Front & Follow and her own FBox imprint.
Wil Bolton: Wil Bolton is an artist working predominantly with sound, sometimes enhanced with video and photography. His work combines electronic tones with digitally processed acoustic sounds including field recordings and musical instruments. Wil has produced several site-specific commissions and is particularly interested in the resonance of spaces, their history and atmosphere, and wider notions of place and memory.
Slow Clinic: Slow Clinic began following a sleepless night and a sunrise walk around Cardiff Bay. The field recordings gathered during this walk provided the foundations of the first Slow Clinic self-release, ‘First Works’. Slow Clinic is an experimentation with sound and surrounding environments.
Stuart Bowditch: Stuart’s work is inspired by location and the people, experiences and objects he encounters there. He is particularly interested in sounds that are associated with place, overlooked and overheard noises of the everyday and highlighting the auditory as a defining factor in how we experience a particular environment.