Jim Perkins & Leah Kardos Perform at Servants Jazz Quarters 19 June 7:30

Posted by admin on May 15, 2014 in Event, Music, News | No Comments
Jim Perkins & Leah Kardos Perform at Servants Jazz Quarters 19 June 7:30

bigo & twigetti artists Leah Kardos and Jim Perkins will perform new collaborative material using piano, electronics and strings, as well as selected works from Leah’s second album ‘Machines’, a concept album with lyrics made up from cut up spam emails, which will feature singer Laura Wolk-Lewanowicz. They will also perform new material by Jim ...

Leah Kardos and Jim Perkins Play Shhh Festival – 24 May

Posted by admin on Apr 28, 2014 in Event, News | No Comments

Jim Perkins and Leah Kardos will be playing re-arrangements of their existing work and new pieces for string quartet, laptops and vocals. For what promises to be an afternoon of thoughtful, strange and beautiful music. Check out the line up and read more here.

Spring Sampler 2014

Posted by admin on Mar 18, 2014 in Music, News | No Comments
Spring Sampler 2014

Our Spring Sampler is out on the 24th March and features new tracks from Jim Perkins, Leah Kardos, Madeleine Cocolas, Emby Alexander and Alice & Michi. You can pre order your copy here. We will be sharing a new track from it every few couple of days . Spring 2014 by bigo & twigetti

Name Your Price Returns

Posted by admin on Feb 4, 2014 in Event, Music, News | No Comments
Name Your Price Returns

On the 11th Feb for one day only we will be making our entire catalogue available for you to name your price and download any of our titles. Starting at 12:00 am on the 11th Feb for 24 hours you will be able to decide what you wish to pay for any and all of ...

Antonymes – Hibernate, Bigo and Twigetti Winter Sampler

Posted by admin on Jan 30, 2014 in Music, News | No Comments
Antonymes – Hibernate, Bigo and Twigetti Winter Sampler

Buy the B&T Winter Sampler smarturl.it/BT-Winter Antonymes music emerges from the adjustments and erasures of ambient, the pace and persistence of minimalism, where music expresses nothing but itself, from the serenity and austerity of Morton Feldman and the profound prettiness of Harold Budd, from the relationship between continuity and repetition rather than of contract and interplay, ...