Supersonic in The Guardian


Nice mention in The Guardian
“Supersonic, Birmingham

With a programme that takes in talks, exhibitions, workshops, films and peripheral installations, straightforward gigs make up only around half of Supersonic’s lineup. Opening the festival is one half of Goldfrapp, Will Gregory, and his Moog Ensemble (Thu), while Six Organs Of Admittance’s Ben Chasny hosts a workshop on his playing card compositional tool the Hexadic System (14 Jun), author Rob Chapman talks about his book on LSD, and RICHARD DAWSON curates an afternoon of performances (14 Jun). Headline slots are filled by the Pop Group (Fri), the Bug with Earth founder Dylan Carlson, and Holly Herndon unleashing her ASMR sound experiments (14 Jun). The Moog Sound Lab is also in residence at Birmingham City University, with Gazelle Twin, Sarah Angliss and Free School twiddling knobs over the weekend.”

Tickets can still be purchased via the Supersonic website, with weekend tickets priced at £60, and day tickets as follows: Thursday £15, Friday £27.50, Saturday £37.50. Richard Dawson’s Delight is Right is limited capacity and only available to those with 3 day passes, Digbeth Delight is a free afternoon of avant-garde performances, workshops and talks located in artist-led spaces based in the area.