Ryan Jordan @ English Heretic Summer of Blood

Ryan Jordan @ English Heretic - Summer of Blood

ENGLISH HERETIC are back in residence!

For this occupation, the Heretics are folding time and piercing it. The peasant revolt of 1381 and the summer of love 1967 will clash and burn in unstable pigments and dis-chords. We aim to excite and incite.

In support, RYAN JORDAN will be hacking our respiratory systems with pulses of dark and light.

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20/08/17 – London live dates added

Ryan Jordan @ English Heretic - Summer of Blood

Hi there pop-pickers! Just a quick London events update for now (as we’ve only just got back from summer holidays)…

Ryan Jordan performs some no doubt utterly terrifying sonic art terror @ English Heretic Summer of Blood, this Saturday 24 August, while Hue Jah Fink?, Ronin & Tr33n pull out all the stops for the Random Artists Fund Raver event on the 9 September. More info on these and other forthcoming Bad Sekta-related events can be found via our events page.

Ryan Jordan @ Oppositions

Ryan Jordan

Ryan Jordan performs with Bernardino Femminielli & Pure Mania at Oppositions @ Hirschenek, Basel, Switzerland.

Ryan Jordan & The Fez! @ Colchester Arts Centre

Colchester Arts Centre

Ryan Jordan’s Possession Trance and The Fez! will be supporting William (Whitehouse) Bennett’s Cut Hands project at Colchester Arts Centre on the 26th May…

Possession Trance – Ryan Jordan’s Possession Trance superimposes a fluorescent grid clamping onto the mind like thousands of fingers sinking deep inside the brain, pulling out neural pathways in all directions. The pathways split into two rotating cylinders folding in opposite directions revealing a doorway into some kind of psychedelic reality matrix. Far more potent than those Burroughsian opiate dreaming machines. These are the dank back alleys of the Core clans; turbo charged amphet-psycho-tryptamine splittercore; highly potent chemical potions releasing anxiety ridden, fraudulent time-travel. We live on the peripheries of our own being. The holoflux is engaged.

The Fez! – Love Love Records founder Sam Fez teams up with James Webber on didgeridoo and Vince Wager on drums to play a live apocalyptic rave PA.

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Zeropointenergy

Zeropointenergy

Biography

Artist: Zeropointenergy
AKA: Ryan Jordan
Labels: Bad Sekta, Love Love, Noise=Noise, Openlab
Links: Website | Discogs

Zeropointenergy is a solo project by Ryan Jordan. It began with broken noise and experimental works which quickly plunged into gabber and breakcore, and re-emerged as overdriven, highly distorted, computer-crashing noise(core). With overdriving individual loops he creates a dark, metallic, and sometimes harrowing atmosphere of sound objects colliding and smashing into one another. The loops pass and grind over each other creating a derelict texture, crushing space.

Ryan’s other projects include a mind-boggling schedule of live events and workshops (as far afield as Asia), collaborative works of a more peaceful and ambient nature, electroacoustic compositions, and collaborative sound installations using Max/MSP. He also operates the long-running, internationally-held, night of noise/ gabber/ breakcore, Noise=Noise.

Live Sets & Mixes

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Zeropointenergy Releases On Bad Sekta

  • Various 'We Are Legion'

    Various – ‘We Are Legion’

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    Various – ‘We Are Legion’

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    Highly eclectic mega-compilation featuring nearly two hours of the hardest, weirdest, and wonkiest electronic music this side of the Great Old Ones!

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    Various – ‘Memetrix’

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    Various – ‘Memetrix’

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    'Memetrix' is a wicked limited edition compilation CD, featuring new and unreleased errata from across the electronic spectrum…

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    Various – ‘MPFree #1’

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    Various – ‘MPFree #1’

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    Our first digital-only compilation release, featuring previously unreleased tracks from most of our early “core” acts.

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