Raz Ullah was born in a decaying Northern Mill town in the 1970s and now his practice resides at the intersection of Music, Sonic Art and Sound Design. He studied Audio Production at City College Manchester under the tutelage of artists from the internationally-renowned Factory Records label, and has released several LP’s and EP’s alongside touring extensively in the UK and the US. His work makes use of cassette players and transistor radios, using them not only as sound generating devices but also as sculptural objects, drawing attention to the ephemeral nature of digital technologies. The sound textures used are informed by the principles of musique concrete and can incorporate found sound, field recordings and magnetic tape manipulations. @artoftheMP. Video from Pecha Kucha Night Dundee Vol 5.