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Jan 12, 2011

The Noise Upstairs – Sheffield

The Noise Upstairs - Sheffield

At The Noise Upstairs in Sheffield, on January 12, 2011.

Nov 25, 2010



The Innie and the Outie I was performed at NUStival in Manchester on Nov. 14, 2010.  It was the first time I strung a wire onto the canvas as part of the performance.

The night also included a performance from Domestic Violence, who are some very awesome and talented people. We went out for drinks afterward where we learned this fact, and had them crash at our house since they had to get  back in the morning. Tikul had this to say about our performance on her blog. I’m really glad she liked it!

“thanks to those guys who invited us we could perform on their noise event and see their project performance – Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern.. which i truly loved… while Rodrigo and Anton were creating amazing sound scapes on guitar pedal effects and iPad with various audio applications, Angela was harshly and sensually painting the canvas with water paint her hands and brushes.. and random objects [nails, string].. contact mikes were placed under the canvas so every motion she made was translated into sound.. all streams altogether changed into very clean and energetic clangour sonic journey… this act is ideally reflecting my idea of having sound/vision combined with physical movement..”


Jul 8, 2010

Lancaster University

We were invited to perform at Lancaster University’s Experimentality Conference, on July 8th, 2010.

Jun 3, 2010

Radio Black Forrest

and part 2:


This performance took place in Birmingham.

We played right before Goodiepal, or Gæoudjiparl van den Dobbelsteen, whose real name is Parl Kristian Bjørn Vester.  His is one of the most inspirational performances I’ve ever seen.


May 23, 2010

Week of Speakers 2010

Performed May 2010, as part of the The Week of Speakers at Huddersfield University.

Angie also lead a workshop which included the Crim Collective (and others), where the audience/participants explored ways in which live drawing and painting can interact with improvised music and sound.



Takahashi's Shellfish Concern merges sonic and visual information into a single transmission during improvised performances. I think we're all exploring consciousness, and I want to realize with every thought and expression that I am that through which the universe speaks. TSC helps me in trying to do this. We are based in Manchester, England.

Angela Guyton
Rodrigo Constanzo
Anton Hunter