Up the Shaft Commissioned by the LSO as part of the Soundhub scheme, squib-box present a new topical radio play. Join Matt Methaney, Vladimir Tintin, Mikael Gover, Tony Bassoon, Miley Cyrus and a host of other guests as they ride up and down, up and down in a magical elevator.
Video of highlights from the pilot of a Japanese Batsu game show featuring squibbers Adam de la Cour and Neil Luck. Filmed in 2009, in a secret underground military bunker. The show never aired.
Presented as part of Resonance FM’s ‘Metronomic Marathon’; a 12 hour live radio relay involving a series of performers playing at a constant 135bpm (the average heartrate of a Marathon runner).
squib-box are proud to present Spoken Word Music, by KLK. Led by composer Matthew Lee Knowles, the group take a radical approach to the spoken voice in music. Download the album now for free and prepare yourself for something we guarantee you’ve never heard anything quite like. For more information and to listen to this release, […]
squib-box presents Blacklists and Happenfilths, a six-part series of shows for Resonance 104.4 FM exploring the wide ranging interests and influences of our artists. You can pick up Resonance in the FM airwaves within London, or via a live stream from their website. The show airs every Saturday afternoon from 3:30–4:30pm starting September 3rd. All […]
Tuesday, August 2, 2011, 10:00pm San Leonardo De Siete Fuentes Santulussurgiu, Oristano Sardinia squib-box presents Shadow Prophets, a new collaborative opera composed by Adam de la Cour, Neil Luck and Federico Reuben and featuring a libretto by Matthew Lee Knowles. Shadow Prophets was commissioned by Associazione Culturale Heuristic for the Miniere Sonore Festival 2011. In a galaxy […]
Recorded live from Raven Row gallery and broadcast by Resonance FM (26/6/2011) squib-box and special guest Sam Belinfante discuss Sound Art. In their search for a ‘definitive’ definition, they interview Fiona Bevan, Rebecca Birch, Javier Carmona, Dominic Lash, Matthew Lee Knowles and Claudia Molitor (artists who often collaborate with squib-box) about their work and involvement […]
On the evenings of January the 21st and 22nd, squib-box hosted an official launch weekend at the Old Deptford Police Station, London. This mini-festival featured a mix of performances, interventions, improvisations, films, bar brawls and party games reflecting squib-box’s ethos that avant-garde performance is not tied to specific genres, disciplines or movements but to an […]
On Sunday the 20th of March, ARCO will perform a set of new pieces as part of Raised Curtain at the Theatre Royal Wakefield. The event is curated by the brand new Hepworth Wakefield gallery and will be conducted in the form of a guided tour of the ‘hidden’ spaces of the theatre. New pieces […]
ARCO collective, in association with squib-box present: ARCO! The Greatest Hits Recorded live in Lithuania The performance is an attempt to reconstruct live on stage, a radio show made previously for Resonance FM, and features pieces by Neil Luck, Adam de la Cour and Matthew Lee Knowles.
On the 15th of April 2010 at Chelsea Space, London, squib-box presented ‘Notebook’ — an ongoing project devised by Neil Luck based on the texts of American playwright and director Richard Foreman. The ensemble comprised of: Adam de la Cour — Guitar/vocals Federico Reuben — Electronics Fiona Bevan — Guitar/Vocals Mark Knoop — Accordion Javier […]