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A recent collaboration between these sound experimentalists consisting of both musicians’ passionate relation to found objects and recycled material treated as instruments. Devoted solo performers of free improvised music, also members of the London Improvisers Orchestra, Tasos Stamou (modified electronics, prepared zither, found violin) & Adam Bohman (amplified objects, prepared balalaika and prepared violin) create layers of “instant” musique concrète which balances between narrative structures and textural noises, much like the sonic ambience of a crowded Sunday car boot sale market. Their sound explores the possibilities of expression through means of irregular practices and modified lo-fi equipment. Adam Bohman is well known to the avant-garde and the free improvised British music scene (also as a member of the Bohman Brothers, Morphogeneses etc) for his unique solo achievements over objects and amplified-table techniques. Tasos Stamou is a (non academic) electroacoustic music composer and a performer of free improvised music, an instrument designer and circuit bender. He has been performing and recording in solo and collaborative projects using several different arrangements of handmade electronics and electroacoustic arrangements.