Tuesday August 4th @ the Make It Up Club

This week at MIUC, some postmodern improv explorations. First up, the bearded half of legendary plunderphonics duo, Antdiluvian Rocking Horse, presenting the premier performance of his art project "records are made to be broken," wherein Paul Wain has meticulously re-glued together some choice cuts of vinyl platter deliberately shattered in prior art aktions; then a duo featuring 2 generations of extreme, extended woodwind technique from 2 practitioners inhabiting the frontiers of their practice; and finally, a collaboration that had to happen with Fox and Baxter in a realtime-processing maelstrom of percussive-junk-noise-maxmsp brutality.
  • Robin Fox (laptop and processing) and Sean Baxter (drumkit and responding)
  • Sam Dunscombe (clarinet) and Christopher Young (bass clarinet)
  • Paul Wain performs "records are made to be broken" (deconstructed/reconstructed vinyl records and turntable
The Make It Up Club
Avant Garde Improvised Music and Sound Performance
Every Tuesday night at Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065
Doors at 8:30 pm for a 9:00 pm start

Coming up:
11/08: Kouhei Harada (Japan) and Kusum Normoyle; James Hullick and Daniel Buess (Switzerland); Cleaninglady vs Cray
18/08: Robin Fox with Robbie Avenaim; Caddy/Veltheim/Rushford/Hamann
25/08: Rory Brown (NSW)/Adam Sussman (NSW)/Rod Cooper; Poletopra


Anonymous said…
Surely Paul Wain can do better than ripping off Christian Marclay, after having ripped off Negitiveland, is there a pattern here?