Month: May 2009

toplapuk – pubcode, London

We’re starting regular livecoding nights in London UK, first one this Friday at the Roebuck near London Bridge from 7pm. Free entry, good beer and the best algorithms in London — drop by and see what it’s all about. I’ll be there as part of slub. More info at the toplapuk website, and the email flyer below.


The first series of livecoded music events in London.

Live coding is a new direction in electronic music and video, and is
starting to get somewhere interesting. Live coders expose and rewire
the innards of software while it generates improvised music and/or
visuals. All code manipulation is projected for your pleasure.

 7pm - 11pm Friday 29th May

 (spasmic drumming)
 (ambient skiffle techno)
 Click Nilson
 (slurs, arrows, slurring)
 Pixelpusher vs The Cane Toads
 (dirty pixel raga)
 Scott Hewitt
 (patching things)

 The Roebuck
 50 Great Dover Street
 SE1 4YG


Door tax:

 Borough (5 mins walk)
 London Bridge (9 mins walk)

More info:

TOPLAP UK gratefully acknowledges financial support from the PRS Foundation.

Haskell hack

*UPDATE* This entry is ancient, but for some reason gets quite a lot of traffic, see Tidal for a more up-to-date page!

Finally off the back burner, some music in haskell.

This is very much in progress, more ideas to implement but I think it’s getting quite interesting already. Beat rotation heavily influenced by douglas.