Emptyset is a very special Bristol based duo formed in 2005 by James Ginzburg, boss of the Multiverse network of labels and DJ and curator Paul Purgas. The project investigates the sonic potential of experimental bass driven music, reflecting upon the legacy of dub, techno and sound system culture whilst integrating aspects of feedback, minimalism and spatial recording. Their collective agenda has been exploring electronic music’s diverse influences and compiling them to a studio template focused on tight production and detailed design. Following their self titled debut longplayer released in 2009, they have worked on a collaborative release with Underground Resistance vocalist Cornelius Harris and have just released their follow up album Demiurge – that has gained very good critics. They recently debuted their live AV show at Mutek 2011 alongside Mika Vainio as part of the Industrial Evolution’s showcase. Their live show at Alpha-ville will be a special collaboration with designers Clayton Welham and Sam Williams and will fuse Emptyset’s forensic sound with live video feedback, processing and tape erosion. We are super excited about this show, it will be a London Premiere!