Friday, 28 March 2014

Tuesday April 1st @ the Make It Up Club

This installment of MIUC is further testament to the creative possibilities bestowed by humanity's harnessing and exertion of electricity, and the electric potential of injecting said power into freely improvised sonic systems. Ice Claw manifest their nominal frigidity through use and abuse of guitar and synth, invoking frostbitten textural soundscapes in another bone-chilling auditory tale taken from the infinite pages of the aleatoric sonoverse. Propagations smashes together hundreds of sinusoid oscillations to baffle both nonpartisan technologies and attentively subjective audiences in a flurry of frequency discrepancies and spatialised resonances. And Langlo Paniflax explores the post-posh era peril of observational dehydration through the tried and tested means of electronic documentation & decimation, coming off as an even more negative Negativland brimming with emotional sonic snippets. 

Ice Claw (Guitar, Synth)
Propagations aka Luke Jaaniste (Laptop)
Langlo Paniflax aka Trent Brown (Electronics)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
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
$5/$10

Coming up:
8/4: Tim Coster; Jonathan Nokes, Kristian M. Roberts
15/4: Will Guthrie (FR); Austin Buckett (SYD); Jenny Barnes
22/4: Lowest Common Denominator; Antique Crumbling Framework; Kevin CK Lo
29/4: Poletopra; Anthony Pateras (BEL); Marco Fusinato; Francis Plagne; Shit to the Spirit
6/5: Charles Ives Singers; Dylan Martorell; Dale Gorfinkel
13/5: Phonetic Orchestra; Jon Heilbron, Reuben Lewis & Christian Windfeld
20/5: Cocks Arquette w/ guests; Swift Treweeke & Mat Blackwell
27/5: Ian Parsons presents an evening of Cardew's Treatise

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

To where nothing ever shared - Church of All Nations - 28 Apr 2014

Rohan Drape | Alexander Garsden | Anthony Pateras
To where nothing ever shared


Presented by the New Music Network

Two concerts in two cities structured around three first performances, of new works for guitar and electronics by Alexander Garsden and Rohan Drape, and of a new work for piano by Anthony Pateras. These pieces are framed by two extended improvisations, in Sydney by Will Guthrie (drums), Laura Altman (clarinet), Monica Brooks (accordion), and in Melbourne by Erkki Veltheim (violin and electronics) and Joe Talia (drums).

Connected by a shared concern for working outwards from the acoustical realities of the ‘sounds themselves’, the five works explore distinct musical topographies: manifestations outside of pitch, symbolic patterning’s and the art of memory, techniques of continual deflection, delicate calculations concerning spectacle and reference, and the gradual accumulation of equivalent consequences.

Supported by APRA and the Australia Council for the Arts.

MELBOURNE: 7.30pm, Monday 28 April 2014
Church of All Nations 180 Palmerston St, Carlton

More info:



(forwarded from Alex Garsden)

Tuesday, 25 March 2014




Mazurka Editions and Sabbatical Present:
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Smash Tennis
Dick Threats
Flat Fix
Pleasure Bros (Sydney NSW)
LA County Morgue (Newcastle NSW)
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The first Melbourne show for Newcastle resident Jarrod Skene's LA County Morgue, and Sydney resident Tony McKey's Pleasure Bros. Tape processing, loops, contact microphone effects/pedal gaze and black-hole ambiance. Also performing are two local projects with releases forthcoming on Jarrod's Mazurka Editions imprint (Smash Tennis and Dick Threats) and former Newcastle residents Flat Fix.

Live at The Slow Club, (upstairs at the Tote Hotel)
9pm Friday 28 March 2014 / $5 Entry
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smashtennis.bandcamp.com
sbbtcl.bandcamp.com/album/excellents
soundcloud.com/flat-fix
soundcloud.com/pleasure-bros
soundcloud.com/mazurka-editions/mzk014-l-a-county-morgue
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mazurkaeditions.blogspot.com.au
sbbtcl.com

Saturday, 22 March 2014

An Experiment In Sound - Disco Beans - 23 Mar 2014

Solvent Cage
Em Vécue Aquieu
Clinton Green
Rod Cooper
Wankoslop

Closing night for the exhibition Titled | Untitled

$5 entry

Sunday 23 March, 6pm

Disco Beans, 539 Plenty Road, Preston

https://www.facebook.com/events/220216321505669/

Chain reactions - Conduit Arts - 29 Mar 2014

Chain Reactions @ Conduit Arts
Saturday 29th March, 8pm

9 of Melbourne's most awesome instrumentalists and improvising sound artists performing and simultaneously having their sounds processed by another artist.

8pm start with sets at 8.00, 9.15 and 10.00 - $10 entry and cheap drink at the Conduit bar!

Featuring:
Evan Carr
Mitch Mollison
Mark Pedersen
Belinda Woods
Maya-Victoria Kjellstrand
Richie Cyngler
Miranda Hill
Lloyd Honeybrook
Stevie Richards


Visuals by Richie Cyngler.
Curated by Nat Grant.

(forwarded from Nat Grant)

Friday, 21 March 2014

Tuesday March 25th @ the Make It Up Club

Expect nothing but aleatoric atrocities at MIUC this Tuesday as three scumcore groupings control sieges of sonic power to demonstrate the potential of extemporisation-as-Divine-Death and redefine the very concept of brutalissimo. First time make-it-uppers Pissbolt smash out of the prison-without-walls known as composed music to suffocate their kvlto thrash in a whirlwind of spontaneously unabated fury and flex their improv instincts of survival. Lo-fi parasites Peter Hyde, Chris Nylstoch and Sean Baxter (aka the heaviest new noisecore trio of 2013) grind past the point of no return in their sophomore blastfest sure to make Multinational Corporation-backed punks crap their dacks. And the polluted minds of Holy Boner inflict unquestionable suffering upon their anti-musical weaponry, with the common enemy of audial moderation well and truly within their auditory crosshairs. 

Pissbolt feat. S-Bolt (Roar), R-Bolt (Axe) & J-Bolt (Skins)
Peter Hyde (Voice), Chris Nylstoch (Guitar) & Sean Baxter (Percussion)
Holy Boner feat. Omad (Noisecore Vocals/Noise), Nik Kennedy (Modified Bass/Goregrind Vocals), Rod Cooper (Handmade Guitar/Noise) & Brad Smith (Drums/Grindcore Vocals)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
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
$5/$10

Coming up:
1/4: Ice Claw; PROPAGATIONS (Bris), Langlo Paniflax
8/4: Tim Coster; Jonathan Nokes, Kristian M. Roberts
15/4: Will Guthrie (FR); Austin Buckett (SYD); Jenny Barnes
22/4: Lowest Common Denominator; Antique Crumbling Framework; Kevin CK Lo
29/4: Poletopra; Anthony Pateras (BEL); Marco Fusinato; Francis Plagne; Shit to the Spirit
6/5: Charles Ives Singers; Dylan Martorell; Dale Gorfinkel
13/5: Phonetic Orchestra; Jon Heilbron, Reuben Lewis & Christian Windfeld
20/5: Cocks Arquette w/ guests; Swift Treweeke & Mat Blackwell
27/5: Ian Parsons presents an evening of Cardew's Treatise

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

The Antidote Podcast ep 23: Machinefabriek and Ø


The Antidote is back for 2014, kicking off with reviews of new stuff from Machinefabriek and Mika Vainio's Ø project. Check out the latest episode, plus tonnes of old episodes over here

Write to us at theantidotepodcast at gmail dot com and let us know your own thoughts on these records, or what you'd like us to chat about on future episodes.

Cheers!

Monday, 17 March 2014

OPTICALSOUND @ MUSIKUNST --- 4pm Sat 22nd Mar 2014

This month MUSIKUNST presents a visual and aural experience combining B-Grade cinema with four of Melbourne’s most notorious A-Grade noise makers. Intensity guaranteed.

Super 8 projections between sets including three 'show reel edits' of Squirm (1976), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and The Jaws Of Death (1976).

VON EINEM
https://soundcloud.com/voneinem/a-high-spirited-frolic

SAMAAN FIECK
http://samaanfieck.bandcamp.com/album/vlad-nab-lol

SUPREME OVERLORD
https://iceageproductions.bandcamp.com/album/analog

SAM FILMER
https://soundcloud.com/sbbtcl/sam-filmer-holdings-13-10-2013

Visuals by Night Gallery

$5 entry - doors 4:00pm - show 4:15pm
GB Hotel Basement 447 Church St Richmond

Friday, 14 March 2014

Concrete Poetry Now! - City Library 3-28 Mar 2014

Concrete Poetry Now!

Gallery and Degraves at City Library
253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Monday 3 March to Friday 28 March
2014

Opening night and sound poetry soirée: Thursday 20 March, 5.30pm to 7.30pm

Concrete poetry artists:
Peter Murphy, Sjaak de Jong, Alex Selenitsch, Albert Rotstein, Craig Harrison, Eddy Burger, Mimmo Cozzolino, Peter Sullivan, Abraham Dunovits, Ashley J Higgs, Ashlley Morgan-Shae, Peter Anderson, Jaap Blonk and Jörg Piringer
Sound poets:
UQ(Anna Fern and Sjaak de Jong), Peter Murphy, Eddy Burger, Ashley J Higgs with Forbes Hawkins (piano) and Abraham Dunovits (strings), Abraham Dunovits (solo), Penny Black and Lloyd Jones


A Melbourne-centric exhibition of living Australian concrete poets, veteran and new practitioners, with traditional and contemporary approaches to concrete, sound and action poetry. Using various 2D art mediums, Concrete Poetry Now! curated by Ashley J Higgs with assistance from renowned soundpoet Peter Murphy and sound poetry producer Sjaak de Jong, will also incorporate sound poetry on opening night, transforming graphics and text from the page and realtime improv from sound-scores. Overseas contributions will also be displayed.

Projections and Plasma Screen @ City Library
Mostly Melbourne Concrete Poetry compiled by Sjaak de Jong
Projection artists:
Richard Tipping (Sydney)
Sjaak de JongPeter SullivanPeter MurphyJelle Meander (Belgium)Albert RosteinEddy BurgerCornelis Vleeskens (NSW)Helen White (Belgium)
Plasma Screen (Library Lower Level)
Concrete photos series by Ashley J Higgs

Display Cabinets: concrete poetry memorabilia from Peter Murphy’s collection, and original pieces by Ashley J Higgs, Albert Rotstein and Peter Anderson

(forwarded from Ashley Higgs)

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Tuesday March 18th @ the Make It Up Club

This week at Make It Up Club promises to be a Brobdingnagian night of liberated textures featuring three consummate Berlin-based soundwielders, fourteen Melbournian improvpundits and countless sonoversal possibilities. Aussie expat Julian Percy (aka Ratbag) manipulates detrital objects and guitar strings, French expat Yvan Volochine speaks through his computer in a language known as Supercollider, while Sean Baxter manoeuvres alien junk and drummed resonance - all in the singularly diverse pursuit of audial brutality. Locally cultivated post-folk doyen Ned Collette offers up a rarefied set of frangible tones and spontaneous audial dialogue with long-time collaborator, percussive prodigy and MIUC stalwart Joe Talia. And the perpetually metamorphosing Ren Walters-assembled THIS Ensemble swells to a bumper lineup including national treasures of experimental music, invigorating new-wave instrumental interrogators and the expression of extemporaneous elation through both sound and movement.

Julian Percy (Guitar), Yvan Volochine (Computer)Sean Baxter (Percussion)
Ned Collette (Guitar) & Joe Talia (Percussion)
THIS Ensemble feat. Alice Hui-Sheng Chang (Voice), Anita Hustas (Bass), Ashley McLellan (Dance), Brett Thompson (Guitar), Dur-é Dara (Percussion), Jenny Barnes (Voice), Judith Hamann (Cello), Michael McNab (Percussion), Matthias Schack-Arnott (Percussion), Niharika Senapati (Dance), Ren Walters (Guitar), Sam Hall (Percussion) & Steph Bell (Bass)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
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
$5/$10

Coming up:
25/3: Pissbolt; Holy Boner; Peter Hyde, Chris Nylstoch & Sean Baxter
1/4: Ice Claw; PROPAGATIONS (Bris), Langlo Paniflax
8/4: Tim Coster; Jonathan Nokes, Kristian M. Roberts
15/4: Will Guthrie (FR); Austin Buckett (SYD); Jenny Barnes
22/4: Lowest Common Denominator; Antique Crumbling Framework; Kevin CK Lo
29/4: Poletopra; Anthony Pateras (BEL); Marco Fusinato; Francis Plagne; Shit to the Spirit


Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Guest curator: Clinton Green - Conduit Arts - 20 Mar 2014


Guest curator: Clinton Green
Conduit Arts (83 Brunswick St, Fitzroy - http://conduitarts.wix.com/conduitarts# )
Thursday 20 March, 8pm
$10 entry

 
 Adam Simmons & Gelareh Pour
 Hi-God People
 Carolyn Connors
 Dave Brown & Clinton Green

When Conduit Arts asked me to guest curate a night of music, I decided I would be uber-selfish and programme artists that I most wanted to see and hear. These are artists whose music and performances I have enjoyed for many years, or have wanted to see before but missed them. I hope you enjoy them – I certainly will!

Adam Simmons & Gelareh Pour: I’ve seen Adam perform in many guises and ensembles over the years, and he never disappoints with his creativity, originality, and fine musical chops. I have never seen him perform with Gelareh, but I heard a recording of a duo they played together for the Festival of Slow Music and it was one of the most moving pieces of music I’ve heard in a long time.

The Hi-God People: I have put on shows with this theatrical music ensemble several times over the years, and watched their development from improv outfit to human-movement-happening extravaganza with a respectful bow of my head. As with most Hi-God People performances, I have absolutely no idea what they will eventuate, but I guarantee no one will be bored.

Carolyn Connors: Another of my favourite local artists who never disappoints. Vocal powerhouse, improviser extraordinaire, recently returned from touring a show through the US to rave reviews (ahem…PHOTO ON THE BACK OF THE NEW YORK TIMES, PEOPLE!), here’s your first chance in a while to bask in close proximity to a solo acoustic Connors performance.

Dave Brown & Clinton Green: Dave needs little introduction as Australia’s king of prepared guitar, but he attracts perhaps fewer plaudits as one of this town’s most sensitive and subtle improvisers. I saw him play two sets the other week with Tony Buck and Magda Mayas; not only did Dave hold his own with these two international improv heavyweights, he was SUBLIME. Dave and I played in a trio together last year with visiting guitarist, Juan Para, and we both thought there was something there between us worth exploring further and have been looking for an opportunity to play again. This is our first time performing as a duo.

Sounds Like Movement - Footscray Community Arts Centre - 14/15 Mar 2014


Sounds Like Movement 


Musician Dale Gorfinkel and dancer Peter Fraser treat their duo, Sounds Like Movement, like a band, building a repertoire of ‘pieces’ for improvisation. These pieces may feature kinetic sound sculptures, noise-making clothes, footpump-powered modified trumpets, or human-sized origami.

Curious and playful, their work invites audiences to tune into the wonderful friendship of sound and movement.
Footscray Community Arts Centre

Fri 14 Mar, 6pm
Sat 15 Mar, 5.30pm

40min

Full $15 / Conc $10
http://fola.com.au/program/sounds-like-movement/

(forwarded from Dale Gorfinkel)

Saturday, 8 March 2014

OpenLAB March @Brunswick Arts 9th March 2pm


OpenLAB march will be held on Sunday the 9th of March (tomorrow!!) at the "Melbourne Future" Exhibition at 2a Little Breese Street, Brunswick at 2pm.
https://www.facebook.com/events/252579994919791

This will be an exciting talk as the presenters will have their artworks on display.

>>>Play Parameters<<<<
Play Parameters is an experimental sonic and performative excursion into the art of gameplay. In this imaginative and inventive arts project, Troy Innocent and Benjamin Kolaitis have designed an interactive installation that meshes visual and compositional gameplay elements together with the structural elements of musical instrumentation.
>>Dr Troy Innocent is a world builder, iconographer and reality newbie. His artificial worlds – Iconica (SIGGRAPH 98, USA), and Semiomorph (ISEA02, Japan) – explore the dynamic between the iconic ideal and the personal specific, the real and the simulated, and the way in which our identity is shaped by language and communication.Innocent co-founded the digital arts collective cyber dada and through pioneering works such as Idea-ON>! contributed to the Australian new media arts practice during the 90s.
http://troyinnocent.net/

>>Benjamin Kolaitis is a contemporary instrument builder, sound artist and sculptural artist. He currently works with sculpture, sound, electronics and programming to develop kinetic sound sculptures, invented instruments and improvised performances. A key feature of his work is play, engagement and community. He seeks to encourage audiences to expand their engagement with sound as a material element through the tactile nature of play, together with skill sharing and community engagement.
http://benjaminkolaitis.com/

<<<Roger Essig>>>
Roger has been dedicated to the realm of virtual and psycedelic realities. In this special talk Roger will discuss his work with the Oculus Rift and altering audiences perceptions. Roger will also discuss his travels in trying to bring this amazing platform in new perception to a broader and wider audience.
http://www.rogeranthonyessig.com/virtualreality.htm

Friday, 7 March 2014

Tuesday March 11th @ the Make It Up Club

This edition of the Make It Up Club is another plentiful helping at the beautifully confusing sonic buffet comprised of Melbourne's profusely varied and intriguingly flavoured aural improvisers, this week with added piquant de danse. Simon Charles and Alisdair McIndoe serve up delicate flakes of lightly-seared abstracted woodwind and an accompanying medley of movement, with a well-refined collaborative palette aged over half a decade. Ghost Gums savour the pungency of locally-sourced looseness filtered through timeless skitteryness, with freshly-tossed guitars and drums hinting at an underlying bitterness in their eloquently undercooked audial broth. And the Royal Melbourne Noise Choir pits four homebrewers of vocal noise against one another to dish up what sounds like being blanched, feels like being julienned, and will make your head feel like it never needs to eat again. 

Simon Charles (Saxophones) & Alisdair McIndoe (Dance)
Ghost Gums feat. Samaan Fieck (Guitar), Ian Wadley (Guitar) & Kishore Ryan (Drums)
Royal Melbourne Noise Choir feat. Sir David Prescott-Steed (Voice, Electronics), Baron Ciarán Geoghegan (Voice, Electronics), Piers Viscount du Voisin (Voice, Electronics) & Lord Shake van den Akker (Voice, Electronics)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
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
$5/$10

Coming up:
18/3: Julian Percy [DE], Yvan Volochine [DE] (Computer) & Sean Baxter (Percussion); Ned Collette & Joe Talia; THIS Ensemble
25/3: Pissbolt; Holy Boner; Peter Hyde, Chris Nylstoch & Sean Baxter
1/4: Duckjuggler; PROPAGATIONS (Bris), Langlo Paniflax
8/4: Tim Coster; Jonathan Nokes, Kristian M. Roberts
15/4: Will Guthrie (FR); Austin Buckett (SYD); Jenny Barnes
22/4: Lowest Common Denominator; Antique Crumbling Framework; Kevin CK Lo
29/4: Poletopra; Anthony Pateras (BEL); Marco Fusinato; Francis Plagne; Shit to the Spirit

Noise Flash, Sunday April 27th, ARTIST CALL OUT








Noise flash returns for it’s third installment, at a new outdoor location within 5km from the Melbourne CBD….

Noise Flash is a silent experimental audio performance, whereby the audio is performed live and broadcast via short wave FM radio transmitters. Up to sixty artists perform simultaneously using acoustically silent devices that are battery powered. Audience members wishing to hear the performance need to bring a FM radio and headphones, and tune into the broadcast frequency. Within the performance location, nothing will be acoustically audible.

For more information please visit the FAQ located here:

The artist call out has begun, and will be open to expressions of interest until Monday 7th April. The performance will be on Sunday 27th April at 1pm, and will last for one hour.

In order to perform, you need a performance set up that is self powered, predominantly silent (in an acoustic sense), and has an output that can be adapted to fit a 3.5mm male stereo jack.

To obtain an expression of interest form, or for any questions, please email info@toddanderson-kunert.com

PLEASE: Volunteers and field recorders are also be sought to help out on the day, if you have time/hands/field recording expertise to spare please contact me also!

Saturday 15th March, Duals #2, Conduit Arts Initiative


Saturday 15th March
Conduit Arts Initiative, 83 Brunswick St, Fitzroy. 
8pm, $10 Entry.

'Duals' returns for a second round of Acoustic improvisor VS Electric improvisor... although the lines blur the rules are the same!

The rules being: Two teams. Each team has all the members names placed in a hat. With the aid of some audience participation, one name from each team is drawn from a hat. The two competitors go head to head in audible dual-ing for a maximum of twenty minutes.

Unlike 'sport'*, this is actually about how you play, not who wins...

The (relatively) accoustic team are:
Sean Baxter
Jon Heilbron
Jenny Barnes
Alice Hui-Sheng Chang

The (relatively) electric team are:
cleaninglady
Peter James
Clinton Green
Lara Goodall

Brought to you by Leo Kavanagh, Todd Anderson-Kunert and Conduit Arts.

*Note: Any resemblance to sport is merely coincidental and not intentional.


Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1412527012336350/?notif_t=plan_user_joined

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

What is the future of music and sound? - Federaton Square - 24 Mar 2014


Melbourne Conversations:
What's the Future of Music and Sound?


Convened by Robin Fox this panel explores how and why we hear, what we listen to, and how we listen to it. What is the future of sense perception? What is the future of music as a language? Will music and sound merge into noise? Will we ever hear the internet?

Panelists: Phil Brophy - artist, curator, filmmaker, composer and theorist,
Dr Hamish Innes-Browne - Pitch Perception Project, Bionics Institute Melbourne, Gail Priest - sound artist, writer and curator, Sydney, Danni Zuvela - Co-Director Liquid Architecture Festival and MC: Robin Fox - audio visual artist, composer and musician.

March 24, 6-7.30
Federation Square
http://www.thatsmelbourne.com.au/Whatson

(forwarded from Gail Priest)

Monday, 3 March 2014

Tuesday March 4th @ the Make It Up Club

This Tuesday at the Make It Up Club we venture once again into the world of the whack, the sphere of the smack and the realm of musical reconnaissance via percussive resonance and inventive sonic objectification. Tony Buck may be best known for dripping aural bliss in The Necks, but his solo performances impart a much more urgent and multifaceted approach to (a)rhythmic sound production that should be witnessed by all lovers of improv. Dudes with Trowels present a rarefied exhibition of their toy-heavy junk-interventionist approach to spontaneous audible creation with Special Honorary Dude Zak Pidd bringing further everythingcore ruckus. And weirdcore trio No Fuckwit assimilates DIY mastermind Rod Cooper to gang up on the term 'homemade instrument', transporting listeners to an eldritch region of the sonoverse where habitation is bunk and new sounds are superabundant. 

Tony Buck (Drums)
Dudes with Trowels w/ Zak Pidd feat. Dude (Melodica, Synth, Pan Flute keyboard, Sound Wizard keyboard, percussion), Dude (Voice, Pocket Trumpet, Slide Trumpet, Harmonica, Whistle, Hand Bells) Dude (Drums, Cowbells, Dance Moves, Junk) & Dude (Drums, Saucepans, Wiggles Drums, Junk)
No Fuckwit w/ Rod Cooper feat. Daniel Jenätsch, Alex Cuffe, Jule Vincent (Invented Folk Instruments, Industrial Detritus, Percussion) & Rod Cooper (Handmade Instruments)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
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
$5/$10

Coming up:
11/3: Ghost Gums feat. Samaan Fieck, Ian Wadley & Kishore Ryan; Simon Charles & Alisdair McIndoe; Royal Melbourne Noise Choir
18/3: Julian Percy [DE], Yvan Volochine [DE] (Computer) & Sean Baxter (Percussion); Ned Collette & Joe Talia; THIS Ensemble
25/3: Pissbolt; Holy Boner; Peter Hyde, Chris Nylstoch & Sean Baxter
1/4: Duckjuggler; PROPAGATIONS (Bris), Langlo Paniflax
8/4: Tim Coster; Jonathan Nokes, Kristian M. Roberts
15/4: Will Guthrie (FR); Austin Buckett (SYD); Jenny Barnes
22/4: Lowest Common Denominator; Antique Crumbling Framework; Kevin CK Lo
29/4: Poletopra; Anthony Pateras (BEL); Marco Fusinato; Francis Plagne; Shit to the Spirit