Concert: Ecka Mordecai & Tom James Scott – 1/7/23

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Ecka Mordecai & Tom Scott
Sat 1st July
Piel View House, Barrow Park
19:00 – 21:00
£5 / Pay what you can

Concert: Ecka Mordecai & Tom James Scott
Saturday 1st July, 19:00-21:00
Piel View House, Barrow Park LA13 9DB
£5 / Pay what you can - click here to book

Live performances from Ecka Mordecai and Tom James Scott at Piel View House as part of Full of Noises' 2023 concert series. Doors: 19:00 for 19:30 start.

We are a small venue, so pre-booking is recommended! A small number of tickets will also be available on the night.


Ecka Mordecai is a British artist based in London. Situated between sonic, performative and olfactory disciplines, her work is driven by sensation: entwining cello, horsehair harp, voice, eggflute, scent and improvisation into time-based objects expressive of emotional complexity.

Both intimate and exacting, this body-driven practice defies formal constraints, undoing the limits of genre and allowing for works such as Aequill Sound, a line of niche perfumes inspired by elements of the East London soundscape, or Promise & Illusion (Otoroku, 2022), the album in which Ecka explores myriad internal states using the compositional device of a creaking door hinge (or charniére).

Performing since 2010, Ecka has appeared alongside the likes of David Toop, Malvern Brume, Thurston Moore, Keeley Forsyth, Ilan Volkov, Ex-Easter Island Head, Greta Buitkute, Dave Birchall and Kate Armitage. She has played at Cafe OTO, BBC Glasgow, Islington Mill and inside a Berlin wasserturm, amongst others.

She has projects with Revox tape performer Valerio Tricoli in the duo Mordecoli (The Addiction, Hedione 2022), and in the trio Circæa with Andrew Chalk and Tom James Scott (The Bridge of Dreams, Faraway Press, 2019)."


Tom James Scott is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and improviser who currently lives on the North-West coast of England. As an instrumentalist he primarily focuses on guitar and piano, while also employing samplers, keyboards, prepared strings, percussion and an array of analogue and digital production techniques to create an intimate, often diaristic sound world.


Doors open 19:00 for  19:30 prompt start

Programme 1.5hrs with a short interval

Drinks by cash donation

Directions and Information

Piel View House, Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9DB

Access to the venue is by foot.

Parking: There is one designated accessible parking space, to book please email

Enter from the park gate by Park Drive junction bus stop (by the Baptist Church)

Walk route is 2 mins signposted from here.

We have a no pets policy within the premises. Assistance dogs are welcome.


Co-funded by the Creative European Union
Arts Council