Monday, 5 March 2012

Sabbatical Presents: Labour Day Weekend





















Two days of rare performances, staged at KIPL, broadcast live on Radio Valerie.

$10 for each show or $15 for both
KIPL, 136 Roden Street, West Melbourne

Saturday, 7pm to late
Beginning with a cacophony of noise, gradually evolving into a dance party. Featuring live performances, video works, DJs and a cinematheque.

Matthew Brown
The Informatics - first performance since 1984
Fatti Frances
Dead Boomers - back from US tour and launching a new 12''
JK Fuller
Occult Blood
Dry Mouth
Drongo
Beneath The Forest Floor DJs inbetween the performances
A new video work by Keith Deverell
In the Shadow of the Sun Cinema playing in the back room

Sunday, 4.30pm to 10pm
Recovery. Relax into day two of the long weekend with intricate, complex and subtle performances. Ample seating, cool drinks and suitable cuisine on offer throughout.

Mitchell Brennan - debut of a new quadrophonic piece
Stainer Black Five - from New Zealand
Keith Deverell
Chiara KickDrum
Wife
Ryan Cockburn
Default Jamerson
Monolith

Batchelor Kitchen DJs throughout


1 comment:

Mark Groves said...

SATURDAY

11.30 - 1.00 Matthew Brown
10.45 - 11.15 Fatti Frances
10.00 - 10.30 The Informatics
9.05 - 9.25 Dead Boomers
8.30 - 8.50 JK Fuller
8.00 - 8.15 Occult Blood
7.45 - 8.00 Dry Mouth
7.30 - 7.45 Drongo

SUNDAY

9.45 - 10.15 Mitchell Brennan
8.50 - 9.30 Stainer Black Five
8.15 - 8.35 Keith Deverell
7.20 - 8.00 Chiara KickDrum
6.45 - 7.05 Wife
6.10 - 6.30 Ryan Cockburn
5.35 - 5.55 Default Jamerson
5.00 - 5.20 Monolith

The good folk of KIPL will be running a bar out the back that will probably have beer and wine. You can, of course, BYO. On the Sunday we'll be adding Pimms Cups to the drinks menu.

There will also be freshly baked food for sale on the Sunday afternoon -- sandwiches, muffins, slice, etc -- for those unable to face the Embassy burger for a second day in a row.

For those that haven't been before, KIPL is at 136 Roden Street, West Melbourne. It's just off Spencer Street, opposite form the Embassy Cafe (which runs 24 hours).