Thursday, 31 March 2011

Racket #9 @ Miss Libertines 07.04.2011

KIPL NO P.A Series: Percussion 02.04.2011

Saturday April 2nd, 7:30pm

NO P.A. Concert Series

Acoustic Percussion


  • MV & Nat Grant

  • James McLean & Gareth Thomson

  • Steve Heather with

  • Robbie Avenaim

  • Eugene Ughetti

  • Joe Talia

  • Sean Baxter

Percussion reigns in the upcoming edition of NO P.A, KIPL's focussed-listening series of psycho/enviro-acoustic concerts. With 2 duos, and then a series of loose collaborative and solo performances, featuring some of Australia's most innovative and audacious percussionists, straddling the worlds of Avant-classical, Avant-improv and Avant-noise.

730pm, Saturday April 2nd, 2011

KIPL Projects, 136 Roden Street,

West Melbourne $5/10

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

White Woods - Tote - 31 Mar 2011

(forwarded from Kieran Hegarty):


White Woods with Angel Eyes, Super Star and Actual Holes

Thursday 31st March at the Tote Hotel, Collingwood, Melbourne

Facebook event

White Woods are the harshest prism of pop sounds going round. The white light being their pop smarts, while their sturdy, tumbling rhythm section, mixed with dual rust knifed guitar playing, droning keys, leave a trail of sounds bursting out in that spectrum that is just damned right. Comparisons kicking around of White Woods to some of the jingle jangle examples of flying nun are vaguely valid, but there is something a little more unnerving here in that dilapidated, back street, alley way, night walking, by yourself kinda way.

Synth and guitar duo, Superstar profess their music stylings as ‘floating’. Beneath, a synthetic drum machine eerily keeps this thing creeping along while drawn out synth chord progressions turn back into themselves, while stealthily uncovering variations as seconds turn into minutes and a single minute into ten. A constant drizzle of elegant and affected guitar ‘licks’ echo out, and softly hit the mark every time. And if you listen carefully, languid vocal melodies will blow bubbles up your spine. Floating City!

Another lone creator of the Melbourne sort is Angel Eyes. His heavily refracted guitar lines twang and echo in the foreground while tranced keyboard tones shimmer like the northern lights above a plodding, rusted minimalist drum machine march. Eventually stepping to the mic, the vocals boom out, low and somber and smeared across a shadowy reverb chamber dome.

The trio, Actual Holes is made up of duel saxophones and drums. These are hell for leather improv faux jazz workouts – at their extremes the sonic equivalent of a well-dressed barfly or some high speed street violence. They can seduce and they can scare. Don’t be surprised however, if you find yourself humming some jagged melodic motif as you head home – not knowing quite where it came from. That would be Actual Holes, in your memory, actual holes.

Monday, 28 March 2011

Tim Catlin Sound Update

(forwarded from Tim Catlin): --------------------- It's been a while since the last update. Some upcoming sonic activities of of mine.. "Patina" - new LP on white vinyl! Track samples here: Second collaboration between myself and Dutch musician Machinefabriek. Initial recordings of electric guitar and electric sitar by me and later sent to Rutger for additional sounds, overdubs and mixing. "With a broader sound pallette including the introduction of field recordings and rhythmic elements being utilised to great effect, "Patina" is an album of both gentle nuance and compelling intensity" In selected stores soon, or available direct from me. "Submerge" as part of the Innovators 1 show at Linden Gallery, 26 Acland St, St Kilda Opens Friday April 8 at 6pm. Runs from April 9 - May 8 Gallery Hours: Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat/Sun 11am-5pm Submerge is a strange world of fictional undersea creatures and microscopic organisms. Originally cyanotype photographic images and later vivified through animation and soundtrack. Photography - Carolyn Lewens, Animation - Asmund Heimark, 5.1 surround soundtrack by myself. and also I'll be playing as part of: Racket - "Sound, Experiments, Transmissions from the Outer Limits". Thursday, April 7. Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start Finishes at midnight. $5 entry Miss Libertine, 34 Franklin St. Melbourne.

Friday, 25 March 2011

Tuesday March 29th @ the Make It Up Club

A global night this week at MIUC. From San Diego, Joe Mariglio focuses on the aggressive spectrum of electronic improvisation, though still coming from a collaborative empathy that has seen him perform with the likes of Anthony Braxton. Avant troubadour, Mike Cooper returns, this time in a highly anticipated duo with local guitarist extraordinaire, Alex Garsden. And one of Australia's most versatile and adventurous double bass players, Rory Brown teams up with a longstanding collaborator in Dale Gorfinkel.

Mike Cooper (guitar) and Alex Garsden (guitar)
Joe Mariglio (San Diego) (handmade instruments, electronics and laptop)
Rory Brown (double bass) and Dale Gorfinkel (deconstructed trumpet and vibraphone)

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:
05/04/2011: Richie Cyngler; Richard Pilkington.
12/04/2011: David Palliser and Alexis Ensor.
19/04/2011: Mr Sterile Assembly (NZ).
26/04/2011: James Heighway (NSW).

Black Market: April Program

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Chunky Move workshops with Joanna Dudley.

(forwarded from Amanda Bishop):
Chunky Move is excited to announce a special collaboration between Berlin-based Australian musician and performance artist,
Joanna Dudley and Chunky Move’s Artistic Director Gideon Obarzanek for our 2011 Choreolab Workshops. Chunky Move’s Choreolab initiative offers Australian dancers, choreographers and performance makers the opportunity to develop their skills and gain insight into choreographic practice from notable dance and performance practitioners. This four-day workshop with Joanna Dudley and Gideon Obarzanek would best suit choreographers, directors, dancers, actors and performance makers.

Here is the link to the page on our website:

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Atticus - FortyFiveDownstairs - 28 Mar 2011

(forwarded from Judith Hamann):

My latest repertoire project Atticus perform their first concert this March, featuring string quartets from the past two decades. This is a new group formed with three dear string playing friends, who are all dedicated to the performance of new music for string quartet.

In a concert of stark contrasts in both style and intensity, with each member contributing repertoire ideas, Atticus will perform the Australian premiere of Liza Lim's exploration of fragility and instability in 'HELL' (1992) and the world premiere of Shaun Rigney's 'The Circular Ruins' (2004). The concert also features the subtle rhythmic shifting of Wally Gunn's 'Skin and Bone' (2006) and finally, rarely heard in Australia, Helmut Lachenmann’s 'Streichquartette No.3 Grido’ (2002), a visceral and demanding exploration of acoustic concrete that stretches the very limits of the technical and timbral possibilities of the string quartet.

Liza Lim - HELL
Shuan Rigney - The Circular Ruins
Wally Gunn - Skin and Bone
Helmut Lachenmann - Streichquartette No. 3 'Grido'
7:30pm March 28th

Monday, 21 March 2011

Sabbatical presents: Justice Yeldham

(Originally posted on the Sabbatical blog)

Globe-trotting glass eater Lucas Abela has made a career out of exploring the extreme side of sound. First it was with turntables attached to saw horses with sewing machine motors, briefly Freddy Krugger-styled record needle gloves, then it was a contact mic'd trampoline. For the last few years, under the guise of Justice Yeldham, it's been glass.

Starting each performance with a large sheet of glass, a contact mic and an array of effect pedals. Performances last as long as the glass can withstand the pressure of Mr Abela's face.

Sabbatical is proud to present this rare Justice Yeldham performance as Mr Abela stops over in Melbourne on his way to who knows where.

KIPL custodians and all-round excellent gents Wife will kick off proceedings, followed by the interminable noise assault of Fucked. Offering a welcome respite, Miles Brown & Shags Chamberlain will cleanse the aural palette with their theremin and synth explorations.

Finally, Justice Yeldham will perform on a couch. Seriously, that was his only rider request - a couch to perform on.

It's an early start for an early end. It is a Monday night after all.

Monday, 28 March 2011

Justice Yeldham
Miles Brown & Shags Chamberlain

Seven dollars entry

KIPL, 136 Roden Street, West Melbourne

Sunday, 20 March 2011

DEFEKTRO @ The Tote 20/03/11

 "Many in Melbourne first witnessed the power of Defektro Live at KTL (Featuring Stephen O'Malley of SUNN O))) in June 2008. And it has been a long long wait for his return.
In the time between, "Metal_And_Bone_Servitude", a studio collaboration between Defektro and The Bastard Noise was released, selling out almost instantly and becoming a cult hit with lovers of noise worldwide.
Formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1995 as a three piece industrial/noise unit, Defektro is currently the one man operation of Hirofumi Uchino and based in Sydney.
Hirofumi is known and respected worldwide as much for the instruments and effects pedals he builds as the extreme forms of music he creates with them.

Live performances from this truly unique artist are all too rare. It is with great honour that WeEmptyRooms is able to present this event with such a quality lineup at one of Melbourne's greatest live venues.

Also WeEmptyRooms will be doing some killer deals on all label stock and distro at the mercy desk so vinyl lovers bring ya dosh."

1. Defektro 9:20 - 10:00pm

2. Encircling Sea: 8:30- 9:00

3. Dead Boomers: 7:50 - 8:10

4. SGC 7:00 - 7:30

5. Fucked 6:10 - 6:40

6. ITGB 5:20-5:50

Side Stage:
Onion Engines (Pete Electric Jellyfish/Cult of the Placenta head)

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Introducing Triamazikamno to Melbourne Experimental scene

(forwarded from Darren Allen)
I'd like to introduce myself to all the other scientists out there by sharing a couple of recent mixes.

The first is called Nonlinear Dynamics and is a selection of immersive, ambient soundscapes. These tracks have been close to my heart during my travels through South East Asia; making sunsets, airports and strange locations all the more interesting. I've now been settled in Melbourne for the last six months and hope to get involved with the scene and meet some like minded people who share the same passions.

Alva Noto - Xerrox Rin (Raster Noton)
Vladislav Delay - Musta Planeeta (Leaf)
Denseland - Monk (Mosz)
Demdike Stare - Eurydice (Modern Love)
Indignant Senility - Plays Wagner Untitled 5 (Type)
Denseland - Cyclone's Center (Mosz)
Terre Thaemiltz - Yer azz is grass (Instinct Ambient)
Richard Skelton - Noon Hill Wood (Type)
Alva Noto - Monophaser 3 (Raster Noton)
Gas - Pop III (Kompakt)
William Basinski - Dlp 1.3 (2062)

The follow up;

An Experimental selection featuring Mika Vainio, King Tubby, Alva Noto, Gas, Robert Henke and more.

_The Active Force is a derivative of the dynamic condition, it is the realizer;

The Passive Force is a derivative of the static condition, it contains all the possibilities for creating the phenomenom;
The neutralizing Force ensures the maintenance of Equilibrium in all the Universe, as a regulator between the latter two Forces, on every plane, and at every step._


More ambient, micro house and straight techno mixes and info here:

Personal contact details:

Friday, 18 March 2011

Tuesday March 22nd @ the Make It Up Club

Tonight: 3 very innovative trios drawing from the traditions of American free jazz and European free improvisation, but extemporising from an undeniably modern perspective. From Sydney, the duo of Jim Denley and Mike Majkowski are joined by Dutch expatriate, Cor Fuhler. Expect an immersive experience of pure, sympathic sound. Berlin-based, but Bellarine-raised Steve Heather returns to Melbourne and is joined by two veterans of the free improv scene, Ren Walters and David Tolley. And a brand new group featuring three of Melbourne's most exciting, emerging free improvisers: James McLean, Jon Smeathers and Sam Zerna.

Jim Denley (alto saxophone), Mike Majkowski (contra bass) and Cor Fuhler (keyolin)
Steve Heather (drumkit), Ren Walters (guitar) and David Tolley (electronics)
James McLean (drumkit), Jon Smeathers (alto saxophone) and Sam Zerna (contra bass)

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:
29/03/2011: Mike Cooper (Roma) and Alex Garsden; Joe Mariglio (San Diego); Rory Brown (NSW).
05/04/2011: Richie Cyngler; Richard Pilkington.
12/04/2011: David Palliser and Alexis Ensor.
19/04/2011: Mr Sterile Assembly (NZ).
26/04/2011: James Heighway (NSW).

Thursday, 17 March 2011

VICMOD Records COR FUHLER release

We are very happy tp be releasing Cor Fuhler's solo EMS Synthi AKS album WhistleLight.
I saw Cor Fuhler perfom with Get Jan Prins in Melbourne about 8 years ago and have never forgotten the performance. Since that day I had wanted more Cor Fuhler releases and now we have this amazing solo improv set.

Do check it out!

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Ladyz In Noyz Showcase - Gasometer - 23 Mar 2011

Stutter in association with Ladyz In Noyz Australia presents "Ladyz In Noyz Showcase" featuring some of Australia's finest female Avant / Noise / Improv performers. 9 artists perform at the Gasometer (484 Smith Street, Collingwood) on Wednesday March 23rd from 8:30pm. Ladyz in Noyz Australia (Volume 1) available on the evening!

Stutter @ The Gasometer: Wed 23rd March
Bleach Boys
Bonnie Mercer
Chicks on Weed
Daisy Buchanan
Eko Eko Azarak
Onnie Art
Oranj Punjabi
DJ Ieva
(fowarded from Lara Soulio)

Friday, 11 March 2011

Constant Light album launch - Empress - 11 Mar 2011 TONIGHT!

Constant Light
Pop Singles
Wolf 359
11 March 2011
Starts 8pm
Empress Hotel
714 Nicholson Street
North Fitzroy

Facebook Invite

(forwarded from Ice Age Productions)

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Tuesday March 15th @ the Make It Up Club

Breath and the occult art of the ancient XYZ coordinate radiomap feature in this week's concert. Sydney voice artist Tony Osborne returns with his extended, jumbled and reconfigured explorations of the possibilities of vocal enunciation and (in)communicative action. RCKTSURGRY make a rare appearance that expands the limits of the space/time/sound intra-dimension. And the raw power of really smooth screeching/howling by local voice-master, Shane Van Den Akker.

MADHEAD AKA Tony Osborne (Syd) (solo vocals and electronics)
RCKTSRGRY featuring Nik Kennedy (voice and electronics) and Tina Douglas (hacked'n'cracked wiimote)
Shane Van Den Akker (voice)

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:
22/03/2011: Mike Majkowski, Cor Fuhler and Jim Denley (Syd/Melb); Steve Heather, Ren Walters and David Tolley (Berlin/Melbourne); James McLean, Jon Smeathers and Sam Zerna.
29/03/2011: Mike Cooper (Roma) and Alex Garsden; Joe Mariglio (San Diego); Rory Brown (NSW).

Polemic – 'Drone is not good enough anymore'

Earlier on in the lifespan of this blog, I wanted to have discussion topics on relevant issues (like this one), but this idea didn’t go very far, mainly because I didn’t want to post topics just for the sake of it. But this one has been bugging me a for a while. And inspired by this recent much-overdue tirade against Harsh Noise complacency, I've decided to open my big mouth.

I don’t think I’m alone in being privately critical of the amount of noise/improv/sound art performers currently who offer live performances that consist of droning tones/noise and little else. I’m going to step up now and publically say that this is no longer good enough to justify me seeing your live performance.

I don’t know if it is my age and the fact that I’ve been seeing a lot of noise gigs for a long time, but it is all getting very old and uninteresting.

We’ve all been there, including myself - ‘People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones’ but I’m not throwing stones, I’m issuing a challenge.

Can we make an attempt to make these performances more interesting? Like, more structure than the usual soft/loud or slow to fast oscillations? If you are relying exclusively on drone/noise that does not vary in any other way, your drone better be tonally/texturally a thing of great beauty. Dare we suggest the taboo word ‘composition’? It doesn’t need to mean dots on paper in this sense, just a bit more thought into planning a performance so it isn’t this same old thing.

It is debatable if a straight up noise/drone performance can even be considered experimental music anymore, even in the broadest sense of the term, unless ‘experimental music’ is becoming a genre in itself.

Partly this may be due to the burgeoning live scene over the past few years, as this blog is testament to; a development that is fantastic in itself. But it is time to develop, not stagnate.

Love to hear what people think about this – please post your comments here.

Melbourne International Jazz Festival 4-13 June 2011

The 2011 Melbourne International Jazz Festival programme has been released. This year's festival again features significant experimental and avant garde content, including the Sun Ra Arkestra, Faust, Tony Conrad and Charlemagne Palestine, and the return of the impressive Overground mini-festival.

Sunday, 6 March 2011

Ascension Engine @ Loop Bar 26th March

Straight from the Rainbow Serpent Festival comes the Ascension Engine for an exclusive Melbourne event. Ascension Engine is an audio/visual cornucopia of meditative sound and vision from some of Australia’s finest audiovisualist experimenters.
With the killer sound system and massive screen at Loop, sit back and connect with the universe that these visionary artists will weave for you.
Be prepared for sacred frequencies, audio reactive mandalas for meditation, binaural beats and alchemical transformations through sound and vision.
Ascension Engine comes alive from 2pm on Saturday 26th March.

Tickets on the door are $10 full or $5 conc.

Loop is at 23 Meyers Place Melbourne 3000 VIC, check it online:

Truant is a audiovisual project using hand crafted analogue circuitry to create ambient textures and tones to match landscapes of composed pixels.

Dusty atmospheres, drones and post-dub subsonics.
Siilt layers looped chords, voltage-controlled tones and low-end sonic detritus into minimalist dub-inspired soundscapes.

GRIST is shamanic improvised black zen non-genre occult minimalism - no instruments, no composition – channelled by post-pagan chaos-audiomancer A Demon Sheen (GNAUMGN / The Horn / HAARK / Dead Ants Rainbow / Merge into Stripes / RAKSHASA / Forgotten Cairns / etc), using 100% Found Sounds – this is the musick from the collective unconscious. the self is dead – long live the self!

Electronic Shaman
Taking inspiration from the works of Lovecraft, Romero and the mystics, Electronic Shaman takes inspiration from the sciences, both real and unreal. Stygian vistas of distant worlds give way to intimate moments of the psyche. A fascination with conspiracy and fact merge to deliver ambient soundscapes of worlds unknown.

Steve Law/Zen Paradox

Steve Law has been producing electronic music in Australia since the early 1980′s. During that time he has gained a reputation as one of Australia’s foremost electronic artists, creating and performing music in almost every sub-genre that has been spawned over the past couple of decades.
After exploring many areas of electronic experimentation with the groups Guild of Fire, Foil and various solo projects, Steve formed the techno project Zen Paradox in 1992. The debut album “Eternal Brainwave” was immediately signed to Ollie Olsen’s new Psy-Harmonics label, and licensed to KK/Nova Zembla in Europe and Restless in the U.S. to critical acclaim, and was a huge success. Steve went on to release further material under the Zen Paradox banner during the nineties, backed up with extensive and successful overseas tours. He was named best live electronic act at the 2000 Australian Live Music Awards.
In the meantime, Steve Law continued to explore other areas of cutting edge music, and was awarded the inaugral ABC classic FM computer music award in 1996 for his electro-acoustic composition “Urbania”. He has composed music for film, dance and various multi-media works, and has contributed to the Fringe, Next Wave, Experimenta, Electrofringe, Liquid Architecture, Articulating Space, Make it Up Club and Melbourne International Animation festivals.
Steve has collaborated with many other local and international artists, both live and in the studio, and has continued to release music on various labels around the world. He is an inspired live performer, regularly doing impromptu live improvisations with many of Melbourne’s underground musicians. He is also a member of the Melbourne band Black Cab.

Abre Ojos
Deep drones, sacred frequencies and sacred geometric animated visuals combine to create a psychedelic visionary meditative experience. Abre Ojos is the improvised audiovisual project of Scott Baker fusing analogue modular synthesis and digital vision into deep listening experiences touching on the work of Alan Lamb, Steve Roach and Robert Rich. “Abre Ojos” was a constant saying by the Spanish and Portuguese sailors while navigating the dangerous reef infested waters surrounding Australia’s coastline meaning “Watch Out” or “Open Your Eyes” there is danger all around.

Zero Point aka Darren Curtis
Australian musician & artist that weaves eastern and western influences to reveal the mystical soundscapes of supernature. via Live Laptop, controllers and mapping.
Through years of research his speciality of music works on the unique frequencies of supernature, through research found in many of ancient structures like the great pyramid in Egypt & Mayan pyramids. Through mapping new music patterns and chord structures a whole new electronic synthesis is created that is in harmony with the body.
He travels around Australia doing live music and visuals performing at festivals i.e. Rainbow Serpent 2010/2011, Reconnect 2010.
His wider style draws from the GOA Ambient, Chill, Techno, Electronica & New Age fusing these elements into new style of Electronic Future Chill .
Co-director of Sacred Resonance – Darren Curtis & Bradley Pitt are visual and sonic immersion experts with full dome projections, animation, and installations.

Saturday, 5 March 2011

March 12th, Sunshine + Grease.

Full Fucking Moon are psychedelic space cadets from NZ, feat. Torben Tilly of Minit/Garbage & The Flowers infame. Prehistoric Fuckin' Moron brings his mind-altering freakout to Melbourne from Sydney/another galaxy. Javier Frisco from Perth washes in with waves of drone. Reunion Sacred Ibis builds up a cacophony of sound with layers of Nintendo DS and tape piss. Mad Nanna crafts messy poppy with an ill-bent and a good heart.

Gold coin donation entry.

Facebook event

Friday, 4 March 2011

Discobeans Monday - 7th March 2011

2nd gig for this new monthly gig series @ Discobeans! With another varied line-up featuring:






Plus DJ Lego Dick between the acts!

Doors 7:00pm
$5 entry

This is the 2nd Discobeans monthly gig! Monday is the new Tuesday! Feb was killer... get into it!

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Tuesday March 8th @ the Make It Up Club

This week, we focus on the humble turntable as an instrument of endless improvisational possibilities. Detourned, prepared, extended and plunderfied, the performances tonight exemplify the avant garde tradition of the record player, eschewing the popular creation-myth that it's origins as an instrument lie in hip-hop and techno, and re-instilling it's modernist roots and contemporary deconstructions in postmodern noise practice. Clinton Green's Undecisive God emphasises creation through destruction, manipulating broken records and cracked systems. Riki-Metisse Marlow and Gabriel Carazo premiere their new turntable duo, which focuses on the record player as a mechanism for spontaneous sound sculpture. Ryan Cockburn deconstructs the machine to display it's inner sonic logic. And, the enfent terrible of the Melbourne no-noise scene, Lloyd Honeybrook, reminds us of the visceral beauty and volatile nature of the turntable as a postmodern version of the intonorumori.

Riki-Metisse Marlow (turntables) and Gabriel Carazo (turntables)
Clinton Green, AKA: Undecisive God (turntables)
Lloyd Honeybrook (turntables)
Ryan Cockburn (portable turntables and reconfigured records)

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:
15/03/2011: Tony Osbourne (Syd); RCKTSRGRY; Shane Van Den Akker.
22/03/2011: Mike Majkowski, Cor Fuhler and Jim Denley (Syd/Melb); Steve Heather, Ren Walters and David Tolley (Berlin/Melbourne); James McLean, Jon Smeathers and Sam Zerna.
29/03/2011: Mike Cooper (Roma) and Alex Garsden; Joe Mariglio (San Diego); Rory Brown (NSW).


Avantwhatever Presents... Blip

Blip (Jim Denley & Mike Majkowski) - Alto-Sax, Flutes, Double Bass, Pitch Pipes & Objects
Robbie Avenaim - Vibes
Alice Hui-Sheng Chang & Rosalind Hall - Vocals & Saxophone
Rodney J Cooper - Original Blues Instrumentation and Songs with the Membragurdy

Art Beat
211A Victoria St
North Melbourne
Saturday March 19
Entry $10 | 8pm

Avantwhatever presents Blip, in town to launch their mesmerising record 'Calibrated', with Robbie Avenaim, Alice Hui-Sheng Chang & Rosalind Hall and Rodney J Cooper.

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

JUNK...Stripped Down - Empress - 12 Mar 2011

(forwarded from Christelle Davis):
JUNK!... Stripped Down Saturday March 12th at The Empress, North Fitzroy

JUNK!... Stripped Down is a night of experimental electronica where some of Melbourne's finest acts will get together to play with some new toys, rehash some old tunes and deliver a few hours of spine-tingling music.

Time Shield
Lazy Laser

Tickets $6 Doors Open at 8.30pm, show starts at 9pm.