Pete Wiseman's "Swim"

by Pete Wiseman

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    Pete Wiseman (b.1975) is an improvising musician and visual artist, his work 36 Reverses is
    being included in Mark Fisher and Justin Barton’s new audio-essay ‘On Vanishing Land’
    which is curated by The Otolith Collective and is commissioned and produced in
    collaboration with The Showroom, London. Pete is also due to have a one person show of
    his painting and drawing at Althorpe Studios and Gallery in Leamington Spa from 15th until
    the 17th of March 2013.

    ‘Swim’, Pete’s new album, consists of 7 new songs including 36 Reverses. It is a mostly
    instrumental release made using heavily looped and edited electric guitar, however, Justin
    Barton’s vocals do feature on one song. Pete says that ‘when painting from life, a picture
    completed in one session is most similar in nature to a recording of improvised music -
    composition and all.’

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Pete Wiseman
(b.1975) is an improvising musician and visual artist, his work 36 Reverses is
being included in Mark Fisher and Justin Barton’s new audio-essay ‘On Vanishing Land’
which is curated by The Otolith Collective and is commissioned and produced in
collaboration with The Showroom, London. Pete is also due to have a one person show of
his painting and drawing at Althorpe Studios and Gallery in Leamington Spa from 15th until
the 17th of March 2013.
‘Swim’, Pete’s new album, consists of 7 new songs including 36 Reverses. It is a mostly
instrumental release made using heavily looped and edited electric guitar, however, Justin
Barton’s vocals do feature on one song. Pete says that ‘when painting from life, a picture
completed in one session is most similar in nature to a recording of improvised music -
composition and all.’

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released 01 February 2013

Words and Vocal on YAMOW by Justin Barton.

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