Common causes of Tunnel Vision include panic attacks, altitude sickness, hallucinogenic drugs (in particular dissociatives), sleep deprivation, intense episodes of rage, high level G forces, Mercury poisoning and the venom of the Black Mamba and other snakes of similar venom strength. Explore the outer reaches of Tunnel Vision with this series bringing together all strains of psychedelic, grunge, DIY, garage and no-wave for live performances at a warehouse in Hackney, all filmed for your viewing pleasure... see below:
The inaugural episode of Tunnel Vision - a journey through psych, doom, grunge and DIY from the Loose Bones Warehouse in Hackney Wick... Featuring live performances from Lucifer's Sun, Dogfeet and Grimm Grimm.
Re-live Halloween, done the Tunnel Vision way in our 4th episode. Necro-psychedelica from the horrific Taman Shud...
Warmduscher continue the Halloween madness with some snotty antics and messianic, fronted by the shameless zealot Clams Baker (of Paranoid London fame).
Gnod joined in the fray, bringing their own strain of confrontational Kosmische-Krautrok all the way down from Salford, rounding out our Halloween special.
Enter the world of South London's live sensation Flamingods, performing live for the 7th episode of Tunnel Vision. A multi-instrumental powerhouse forged in Bahrain.
Drum-synth improv duo AKDK bring their unique sounds to the Tunnel Vision warehouse with an exclusive percussive jam. Don't call it math rock.
Watch Housewives DIY, no-wave business straight from the gutter featuring didgeridoos and more to kick off TV #8 live & direct from Hackney Wick.
Watch Blood Sport bringing the aggro-beat from Sheffield for Tunnel Vision #8. Viewers discretion advised: Tunnel Vision is a contact sport.
The legend Simeon Oliver Coxe III live in action: re-watch Silver Apples' mind-expanding set and interview from the ultimate and final episode of Tunnel Vision.
Re-live the experimental works of Lucerne's Martina Lussi, direct from Café Oto...
Gil Schneider brings distorted club sounds live from Café Oto.
Extreme electronics from the notorious Russell Haswell.
Multi-instrumentalist duo Tomaga perform a psych-jazz set live from The Jazz Cafe.
Charles Hayward, founding member and drummer of This Heat, performs live from The Jazz Cafe in Camden.
Circadian Rhythms herald the launch of their first collection, CR001 with a cypher featuring K9, Killa P, Prynce Mini and Slowthai.
The man behind Red Laser Records, Il Bosco, indulges in a spot of wine tasting for the inaugural episode of Ruf Kutz TV.
God Colony reunite with South London MC Flohio for their new track, Fights in the second instalment of the NTS x God Colony audio-visual collaboration. God Colony's rolling and rhythmic production working in line with Flohio's quick-fire mantric flow. Featuring - Ramon Levy-Vassie Director - Shane Connolly Dop - Ruben Woodin Dechamps Executive Producers - God Colony Producer - Pia Ebrill 1st Ac - Orlando O’mahoney Morris Gaffer - Amir Moulfi Spark - James Tilyard 2nd Ac - Chantal Adams Grade - Tim Smith Editor - Thierry Phung Make- Up - Michelle Boggs Runner - Valentin Leonardi Runner - Ana Almeida Special Thanks - Joy BC, Cottweiler, London Community Boxing & Electric Theatre Collective
The composer Shiva Feshareki brings experimental turntable manipulation and re-contextualised dance music to the Tanks for the Uniqlo Tate Lates. Manipulating Eliane Radigue, Daphne Oram, Haroon Mirza, M.E.S.H & Villem & McLeod.
Live vocals and DIY rhythm and gloom from SUE ZUKI's performance at the Uniqlo Tate Lates February. Visuals by Chantal Adams.
Synth-pop duo Smerz perform live from the Tate Modern. Visuals by Natalia Stuyk.
Re-live a night of plaintive Appalachian folk with live performances from the American raga-inspired drone band PELT... Opened with a solo set from PELT member Nathan Bowles and a plaintive post-folk set from Mike Gangloff and Matt Peyton.