Introducing Superhand (band), a freak-blues music group based in Cardiff, South Wales, and one of the chosen artists to take part in Wales Arts Review’s most recent series, Artists in Residence. Throughout 2017 these artists will take a leading creative role in what Wales Arts Review publishes, centring their skills on a challenging project over the course of a month. We were inundated with applications, receiving hundreds of emails about the positions, and it was no easy task whittling down all that talent to this final eleven. Our team of six editors debated long into the night, and in the end, we decided on a collection of people who we most want to work with, and whose work excites us. We think you will be excited by them too.
Introducing Superhand (band)… Artists in Residence | June
All the pieces as part of their residency at Wales Arts Review are listed below:
The pieces by the other residents are available here.
In 2015, Superhand released their debut album, American Teeth and as part of their residency, they are presenting it to stream via Spotify.
This Offscript with Superhand piece by Gary Raymond is part of Superhand’s residency here at Wales Arts Review for our new A.i.R series.
This piece presents, Always Looking Over My Shoulder by Superhand which is a 15-minute live music experience available to stream now.
June’s Artists in Residence, Superhand, and experimental electrons duo from Wales deliver a live track in reaction to politics, Gaslight.
Listen to the latest experimental music from June’s artists in residence, Superhand called He Had a Vision which is available via Soundcloud.
This latest track called Hidden Agenda from the experimental electronic duo, Superhand is available now via Soundcloud and explores silence & money.
Here is Superhand‘s last piece for this project as part of their residency here at Wales Arts Review, featuring their track, Poor Man’s Game.
Superhand finish their residency by Looking Back On A.i.R and all the music they produced for their residency project for Wales Arts Review.
To read the additional pieces by the other artists that were selected for the Artists in Residence series which features articles similar to this introducing… piece.