11 Mar 2023 – 12 Mar 2023

Regular hours

Sat, 11 Mar
19:30 – 23:30
Sun, 12 Mar
01:30 – 02:00

Cost of entry

£9.50 General
£6.50 Student/Low Income

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Tokoro Studio

England, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Victoria Line // Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale
  • South Tottenham
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|ADSR| returns to @tokorostudiolondon for it's 5th edition on 11th March. A night of sonic & visual experimentation from a wonderfully diverse collection of artists.


Dhangsha (Bengali for 'destruction') creates dark, edgy soundscapes where distorted alien motifs evolve and disintegrate over sparse but heavy beats. His remit is to explore minimalism, repetition and fragmentation in sound and the potential to express political sentiment using these principles.

Dread debut's their new project exploring performance and compositional rabbit holes of the Avantgaurde Classical, skewed-Bluegrass aesthetics, and improvised electric guitar that sits at the foreground of a brooding dark ambience, placing itself firmly at the antithesis of soothing “Lobotomy Ambient”. 

Dread’s debut album will be released on Industrial Coast later this year.

Yewen Jin is a multidisciplinary artist who creates sound pieces as an endeavor of place making. Often layered with otherworldly soundscapes and vocal samples, her sound can be best described as hypnotic witchery, often accompanied with organically disintegrated rhythms and intricate sound textures.

Julia Dèng Hànzú, born in Chongqing, China and now living in London, is a musician/artist who works in a post-disciplinary approach and hates to categorize herself.

Influences from her past training in traditional Chinese music can be seen a lot in her practices. Recently she has been exploring some extended techniques of the 琵琶Pipa, 古筝Guzheng, along with some other plucked string instruments, and seeking fusion/contrast between electronics. 

Sunni (Yu Hsuan Liao) is a visual artist whose work focuses on the essential characteristics of graphics by means of mathematical precision and aesthetics.

Her works are primarily audio-visual and two-dimensional in format, alongside audio visual and video art installations. They have been shown in Corsica studio, Iklectik, Peckham Digital Festival and Taipei Fine Art Museum.

Tokoro23 is a side project of Sound Artist Martyn Riley, experimental compositions with field recording samples as their foundation. He will be playing a specific piece based on (un)natural mutations. Accompanied by Jeremy Kent, sound artist, violist/pianist and live visuals by Kalista/Lucy, graduate animators from London College of Communication, intrigued by the fusion of 2D and analog animation with 3D animation and procedural graphics. Working with a variety of software and techniques with the goal of creating new ways of storytelling and immersive experiences for audiences


Martyn Riley

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Elliot Buchanan

Ilya Gurin-Babayeu

Jung Latch

Jeremy Kent

Julia Dèng Hànzu

Yewen Jin

Tokoro 23



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