Tuesday April 27th @ the Make It Up Club

For the first time in many years, two of Australia's most innovative and challenging improvising guitarists are reunited in Melbourne for a duo of sublime genius. Featuring Hobart's one-and-only Schwitters of guitar, Greg Kingston, and Melbourne avant legend, Dave Brown, The Handy Doorholes are an unlikely melding of two utterly confused temperaments where Chaos, bad sex, dead melody, nervous tics, call and response, bird talk, incendiary noise, threatened quietude, and beautiful melodic banter all loop and channel into one sick amalgam by dint of two electric guitars and a plethora of weird electrical devices, toys and junk. And returning for what promises to be an incredible conjunction of sonorific forces, improv-noise trailblazers, Pete Hyde and Dan Brady are joined by avant-techno wiz, and Abre Ojos alter-ego, Scott Baker.

The Handy Doorholes, featuring: Greg Kingston (TAS) (guitar and toys) and Dave Brown (guitar and noys)
Pete Hyde (voice and noise), Dan Brady (tapes and noise) and Scott Baker (analog synths and noise)

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:
02/05: Overground at the Melbourne Town Hall for the 2010 Melbourne International Jazz Festival co-curated by MIUC, featuring everyone from Evelyn Morris to Peter Brotzmann
04/05: Pure Evil Trio (Sydney); Holy Boner with Yuka Harte