Browse Sessions 3rd Birthday

  • Date: 01/09/2017
  • Time:20:00
  • Location: The New Adelphi Club
  • Venue: Browse Sessions 3rd Birthday
  •  £4 Adv

Browse Magazine presents
Browse Sessions 3rd Birthday
£7 otd / £4 adv from fatsoma.com

Friday 1st September sees the return of Browse Sessions – a monthly event hosted in venues across the city showcasing the very best live acts, artists and Dj’s from Hull…

Our instalment of 2017 falls nicely on our birthday week, so what better way to bring in 3 years of collaboration with the cities music and creative arts scene than throwing a party in Hull’s Music Mecca, The New Adelphi Club…


James Orvis’ new musical engagement bears more emphasis on the live and energetic aspects of electronic music. Combining the core driving elements of House and Techno with the complex organic atmospheres and euphoric melodic arrangements that were prominent in his previous works.

James takes direct influence from the worlds of Philosophy, Science and Spirituality utilising lucid dream states, sacred geometry and both western and eastern philosophies to form concepts for his songs and his emerging visual art. The curiosity of mind expansion and soul searching have brought an ever increasing depth and dimension to his work. He discovered that the act of making music induces similar states to those found in deep meditation and he seeks to pull the audience into a transcendental hypnotic state that results in social connection and euphoria.

This year James stepped outside of his comfort zone to work alongside one of Hull’s most forward-thinking theatre companies Middle Child. He provided a live electronic score for the award-winning debut theatre adaption of Richard Millward’s Ten Storey Love Song, which premiered at the Hull Truck Theatre and Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. Previous projects have seen him tour Europe playing a string of festivals and iconic music institutions including the monolithic Berghain in Berlin. He has toured with the legendary Gus Gus across Poland and Germany and worked as a Sound Designer for the Swedish synth company Elektron. –> http://browsemagazine.co.uk/new-podcast-james-orvi…

PAUL MOORE (Live) (Abitdeeper)

Inspired by sounds coming from Chicago and Detroit in the 80’s Paul started searching for all the records he could get his hands on as a teenager. Not satisfied with only playing records, armed with his Amiga computer he started sampling kicks, stabs and other sounds to create his own tracks. As his DJ and production skills developed he started building up a studio to integrate samplers, drum machines and synthesisers which he still uses on his productions today.


Alex Robinson

Black & Watky

Mike White

Martin Mimmack