28 September 2017
“Personal, fidgety, thrillingly odd, the works of the London-based foursome are Fluxus for the Facebook generation” – Igor Toronyi-Lalic in the hcmf 2017 programme
2 August 2017
Robert Barry in Sounds Like Now: This Is a Score. This Is Another. This Is a Third. Now Form a Band.
12 February 2017
‘From the bizarre to the wonderful’: Robert Hugill reviews NEW TEETH 4
5 January 2017
Bachtrack says we’re keeping the Boulez spirit alive. That’s nice, eh?
14 December 2016
We’re in Robert Barry’s ‘Pros’ of 2016 in The Wire!
10 November 2016
NEW TEETH 3 ‘brokering new faces, sounds and spaces’: review in The Cusp
26 June 2016
Apparently we’re ‘normal’, according to Leo Chadburn’s interesting survey of London’s experimental scene, Live from London.
7 May 2016
“On the margins of what?” Bastard Assignments and New Discipline on the London experimental music scene – article by Edward Henderson in MusikTexte 149
12 March 2016
“Thank god for deranged music collectives like Bastard Assignments” Igor Toronyi-Lalic in The Spectator.
16 Feb 2016
A thorough account of our Block 336 Fresh & Clean gig from Robert Hugill.
12 Jan 2016
Write up of LCMF in The Quietus as a “spontaneous sonic installation cum trip hazard”.
9 Jan 2016
Great review of the whole of LCMF 2015 by Mr Laurie Tompkins in Electronic Beats including nice write up of the BA contribution at the beginning! “Tape Piece is a characteristically impish acclimatization to Ambika P3″
22 Dec 2015
Evening Standard reviews BA’s appearance at London Contemporary Music Festival.
17 Dec 2015
We’re in The Telegraph’s Classical write up of the year! Clearly our first Fresh & Clean gig stuck in his memory – check it out!
8 Dec 2015
Robert Hugill gave us a rather nice write up for our second Fresh & Clean gig at Asylum. Read it here »
21 Nov 2015
Christopher Fox interviewed Edward and Tim for his article in The Guardian on the UK’s new music scene.
10 Aug 2015
Robert Hugill reviews our show at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival King’s Cross 2015. disturbing/intriguing/disturbing = thought-provoking, apparently.
23 July 2015
Kerry Andrew gives us a nice little mention in The Guardian.