Friday, 8 August 2014

Space Time: The Future, Wysing Arts Centre

Silver Fox are proud to announce that they will be playing Space Time: The Future festival Wysing Arts Cente, Cambridge UK.


Gates open 11.30am

........"Space Time: The Future is Wysing Arts Centre’s fifth annual festival of art and music. For the first time the festival will focus primarily on women in experimental and electronic music and art, or bands fronted by women. It will include twelve hours of live music, performance and screenings across three indoor stages alongside a covered stalls area, presenting artists’ editions, music merchandise and publications"..........

With live music and performance from

Ana da Silva and Gina Birch (The Raincoats) / Ashley Paul / Hannah Sawtell / Helena Hauff / Holly Herndon / Holly Rumble / Jenny Moore / Karen Gwyer / Lucy Railton / Lucy Woodhouse / Manuela Barczewski / Nik Colk Void / part wild horses mane on both sides / Peepholes /  Ravioli Me Away / Seeds and Bones / Silver Fox / Sue Tompkins / The Fucks / Trash Kit / WE / Woolf / Yola Fatoush

Sunday, 3 August 2014

New uploads to Rachel Lancaster Vimeo.....

'click' the picture below for a link to my video works online...

Friday, 25 July 2014

Upset The Rhythm label party!

Silver Fox will be playing as part of the Upset the Rhythm label party...details below....

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Basic House audio visual collaboration at Supersonic festival 2014

Basic House, Live at Supersonic festival 2014, Birmingham UK, visuals by Rachel Lancaster.....

"..... Supersonic has the consistently best quality line-ups and is the most engaging and stimulating to fans of underground music. Certainly no other festival introduces me to more new and exciting music than this one.” THE QUIETUS

Monday, 5 May 2014


I am taking part in 'Arborescent_03', on Saturday 10th May, I have created a graphic score which will be played by a trio of musicians live at the Mirage Deck at Kielder Forest.

"For Arborescent, Rachel will create a score generated through the spectral analysis of found vocal samples of the first known recordings of the human voice dating from the 1860's, these will be digitally manipulated and collaged together."