We create and present new audio-kinetic adventures working with established and emerging artists to forge new collaborations in a site responsive context.
We are a diverse collective of artists and producers who make experimental work. Our name comes from a tin of peaches - our adopted symbol of an eternity of ephemeral potential, locked within a cautious, nihilistic and consumer packaged society.
We like to think of ourselves as romantic tin-openers - working to free the fruit from the redundant cold war stockpile.
One of our productions, The Surrealist Taxi, is always open and has been open since July 1st 2010, and has traveled around many European festivals.
In 2018 we shut up shop in London, and moved to Rotterdam, finding it a safe harbour from which to weather the ever worsening storm whipped-up by English exceptionalism. We are for the Apocalypse, not of it...
Now, from our base in Rotterdam, we continue to seek out new collaborators and like-minded friends across the globe who strive to make and do rather than wait and do nothing.