Thursday, 22 September 2016


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inland 16.8
- dry land ecology -

Three nights of electroacoustic, interdisciplinary, and audio-visual sound performance at THE SUBSTATION

Over the last three nights of September, twelve Australian sound artists will present works mapping a confluence of exploratory streams, tracing a detailed image of contemporary sound practice in Australia today.


wed 28: natasha anderson, alexander garsden, rosalind hall, jeanette olivia little, sabina maselli, amanda stewart, lizzy welsh

thu 29: hanna chetwin, kim cunio, rohan drape, rosalind hall, francis plagne, amanda stewart, lizzy welsh

fri 30: alexander garsden, paddy mann (grand salvo), evelyn morris (pikelet), francis plagne, byron scullin

7:30PM Wed 28th – Fri 30th September 2016. THE SUBSTATION, 1 Market St., Newport.
Tickets $25 full / $20 Conc. / $22 Group (6+) Available at the door or via Substation and Fringe websites (link below)

Friends of INLAND can gain 20% off by quoting the promotional code 'DESERT' when purchasing tickets online.

Monday, 19 September 2016

Improv Idol - Wesley Anne - 29 Sept 2016

Who will be the king/queen of Australian Improvised Music in 2016? Come along and make your vote count!

Last year's winner, Gemma Horbury, being crowned by Carolyn Connors

Thursday 29 September, 2016 – 8pm
Wesley Anne, 250 High Street, Northcote.
Admission: $15.

And here they are, like lambs to the slaughter…errr, I mean vying for the glory of being crowned Improv Idol 2016:

Roger Alsop
Aviva Endean
Rod Gregory
Carey Knight
Derek McCormack
Michael McNab
Roni Shewan
Adam Simmons

Check out their Improv Idol journeys so far . Come and vote for your favourite at the Wesley Anne as they fight to the musical death.

Judges: Sean Baxter, Carolyn Connors & Gemma Horbury

Produced/hosted by: Clinton Green & Carmen Chan 

Want video from last year, info on this year, improv celebrity gossip? Go to

Sunday, 18 September 2016

SeenSound Presents: Bodies in Motion


Something new & something old: SeenSound presents a range of audio/visual works focused on dance and bodies in motion - including international works and local productions, unseen treasures from the archives and premiere screenings of works created in just the last few days.

Wednesday 21st September 2016: at 7:30pm for an 8pm start
LOOP Back Room
 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne 3000 Australia
Entry $10/$5

SeenSound - rewiring your senses since 2011....

The SeenSound: Visual/Music series provides a space for the presentation of short visual/music works. Visual/Music series commenced in 2011, curated by Melbourne-based audio-visual artists Brigid Burke and Mark Pedersen, and is proudly supported by Loop bar.

SOUND OF NOT DOING #02 - 24/09/2016

MAGNET Presents:


Drone/Ambient/Psych sound-bath immersion in the amazing SPATIAL Studio at Magnet. Comfortable surroundings and special extended sets and collabs with your fellow travelers...

Microtonal/xenharmonic ambient group project by REFUND & cohorts

THE CONVOY (+ guests)

Rory Brown (contrabass) / Rod Cooper (handmade instruments) / Nik Kennedy (vocals/synth/electronics)

Dark concrete country/desert drone from Craig & Zac


24th Sept 2016
7:00pm Start
$10 entry
SPATIAL Studio @ Magnet
11 Roosevelt St. North Coburg

Monday, 5 September 2016


Avantwhatever Monthly – September 2016 
 Adam Nash A Jetty Lined with Brightly Painted River Canoes Kawai Yoshitake 
 The Alderman 134 Lygon St Brunswick Wednesday September 14 Entry $10 | 7pm for a 7:30pm start 
 Performer details: 
 Adam Nash 
 Adam Nash makes playable media. He’ll be playing his art music game Pure Absence live. 
 A Jetty Lined with Brightly Painted River Canoes 
 A Jetty Lined with Brightly Painted River Canoes is a blank slate, heavily informed by work in radio making (Radio National, Paper Radio, Better Off Dead, Wiluna Remote Community School) and music (Speed Painters, ii, Aleks and the Ramps). Curious about the parameters set by a live performance (time, amplification, contained space, physical activity, assumptions of attention), A Jetty Lined with Brightly Painted River Canoes will (probably) be a sounded response to a handful of questions: 
Is it valuable to sound nice? What is entertaining? Are stories distracting? How do performers manage audience attention? What do we all wish to achieve by being present, and to what extent can we satisfy all parties? 
 Kawai Yoshitake 
 Kawai Yoshitake is visiting Melbourne from Japan, while he is here he has been listening to what the city has to offer and making some beats of his own.