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.
NTS presents the official music video for God Colony's new track, Howling, featuring vocals from the multi-faceted poet and MC, Kojey Radical, alongside the Brixton raised R'n'B siren, Ebi Pamere.
A live performance from Moses Boyd - Solo - X, live from Glasgow's The Brass & Crimson event with Drambuie.
L.A singer-songwriter Nite Jewel came through with a revamp of an old classic, 'What Did He Say'. Originally released as a single on Italians Do It Better back in 2008.
To celebrate one year of Uniqlo Tate Lates, Uniqlo and NTS commissioned Adham Faramawy to make a film and Mount Kimbie to score it. Reach will be screened at Uniqlo Tate Lates on 27th October 2017 in the South Tanks, with Mount Kimbie recreating the score live.
Dancing with Dego
Sound artist Graham Dunning creates a display of mechanical techno live from Café Oto. Check out more examples of Graham's work on his regular NTS show, Fractal Meat On A Spongy Bone.
German electronic music pioneers Harald Grosskopf and Eberhard Kranemann perform music from their new album, 'Krautwerk'.
NTS presents the official music video for Fatima’s ‘Somebody Else’, shot on location at the Alexandra Road Estate in Camden.
NTS premieres the official music video for Business Lunch's 'Me and The Terrorists'.
Dancing with Grandmixxer
Re-live ambient flute and modular synth from Jon Gibson, performing his piece 'Visitations' live from Café Oto.
Uninterrupted avant-garde rudiments from Charles Hayward, drummer and founding member of This Heat.