Thanks to all at BBC Click Radio Colin & for inviting me on the show to talk about my DIY ‘Hive Synthesiser’ & bee inspired music & performance… now on the
The Beekeeper Who Makes Synth Music With His Bee Colonies
Bioni Samp translates bee behaviors and sounds into electronic music to help raise awareness of the ecological issues threatening them.
Thanks to Troy Farah @filth_filler for an interesting interview about me and what I am doing, which shows the best side to my bees and art and where they collide.
Raindance Film Festival 2017 London – http://calendar.raindancefestival.org/films/the-resistance-of-honey
More about the 360 Sound Design for ‘The Resistance of Honey‘ and Aftershock Wateraid 360 video here
Bioni Samp – Live at ReRooted Festival Humber Street Gallery Hull 2017
Bioni Samp played the following instruments:
Hive Synthesiser (6 oscillator prototype)Baby Bee Synth, The Bela Bee (with partial / samples taken from field recordings from two beehives) Binaural Beeframe EMF Detector, Electronic Beesmoker, Single Cell Synth, Hex Mixer, Ableton Max For Live, nanoKontrol, Beequencer, Honey Taster Resonance Detector, EchoFirewire, Beehive Field Recordings, Allen and Heath mixer.
Thanks to everyone at the reRooted Festival in Hull for great technical support and fab staff at a brilliant new addition to Hull… the Humber Street Gallery, And nice times in Hull with everyone else. Hull is defiantly on the up.
Event Details: http://www.hull2017.co.uk/whatson/events/rerooted/
Thanks to Mark Waddell for videoing me on Humber Street creating a impromptu ‘Hive Synthesiser’ performance.
great to be back in Hull Bioni Samp liveBfreqs at the last weekend