Friday, 30 October 2009

Tuesday, November 3rd @ the Make It Up Club

Tonight’s concert (guest-curated by visual-art-punk-provocateur, Harriet Morgan) features four acts at the forefront of Melbourne’s NewNoise improv scene. MURT’ER is the new duo project from Morgan and transcendental voice artist, Alex Vivian. Stonehenge Vacuum, featuring Christopher Hill on blackmetalvoiceambience and Masato Takasaka on guitarclinicschredding, fuses atonal guitar skronk and extended vocal technique. Marco Fusinato is a master of ecstatic free noise, generated by overdriven guitar and deracinated electronic detritus. And, to kick proceedings off, 2 giants of noisestep genius in Justin Fuller and Simon Taylor.
  • MURT’ER featuring: Harriet Morgan (guitar and drum machine) and Alex Vivian (voice and pedals)
  • Stonehenge Vacuum featuring Christopher LG Hill (vocals) and Masato Takasaka (guitar)
  • Marco Fusinato (guitar and electronics)
  • JK Fuller (noise…) and Simon Taylor (…and noiser)

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:
10/11: Diane Peters (ITALY) (harp) and Maria Vicentini (ITALY) (viola); Tony Hicks (solo reeds); Ida Duelund and Jonathan Heilbron (prepared double basses)
17/11: Nomex (New Zealand); Vainamoinen featuring: Dan Brady and Anna Vo

Thursday, 29 October 2009

Recurse at West Space

Friday 30 October | 6.30-8.30pm | $10 entry
Recurse is an evening of playing bodies, sound and image featuring performances by audiovisual improvisers Rosalind Hall and Marco Cher-Gibard and a showing of a movement performance work by Julian Williams and Craig Pead.

Marco and Rosalind combine the use of prepared saxophone/objects with a sound synched video sampler, creating spinning layers of audiovision in an evolving relationship between performer and an obsessive machine. Julian Williams is a musician and playwright, and well known as a member of the Hi God People.

West Space

Level 1, 15 - 19 Anthony Street
Melbourne, Vic, 3000, Australia
+61 3 9328 8712

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

RMIT Sound Art Grad Show

Stephen Parker, Lizzie Pogson, Melody Henderson, Danny Griffith,
Rosalind Hall, Marco Cher-Gibard, Tessa Elieff, Sam Page, Battlesnake

Thursday 5th November 7-10pm
Horti Hall 31 Victoria St Carlton (opp Trades Hall)
Beer by the "Good Brew" company + BBQ

This Wednesday the 28th of October @ Stutter...

  • SHE CAMEL OF GOD - Elise Bishop (ON, Elise&Jem, BadCop BadCop, Aux Assembly) + Paul Hirst (The Ashvins, Rake) - Since 1995, these New Zealand veterans of bass noise make music for the hungover or on-edge, or those that like their organs jostled.
  • I.n0jaQ (AU/JP) - On a break from his travels around the world on a DIY postman's scooter ( - I.n0jaQ has spent the last 10 years on the Osaka experimental noise scene. Infamous for his incorporation of art and DIY technologies - his works including dancing robots, circuit board canvases to solar powered sound generating machines. This man would rule the world if he were in a Mad Max movie!!

  • ROHAN REBEIRO (My Disco) - Drum machine and samples. Repetitive medium slow motion.
  • dj SAIGON SAUSAGE - Black silk. No dice.

@ Horse Bazaar, 397 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

8:30pm $10 (full) + $5 (conc)

Click here for Stutter Myspazz

Thursday, 22 October 2009

Ligeti's Poeme Symphonique - South Melbourne Town Hall - 30 Oct 2009

from Australian National Acadamy of Music:

Only 24 metronomes to go

The Australian National Academy of Music needs only another 24 metronomes for the special performance of Ligeti’s Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes on Friday 30 October at 1pm.

So far the Academy has received 76 metronomes, some of which have been hand delivered while others that have come through the post.

One of the lenders has said that her metronome leads a dull life and is very excited about this opportunity to appear in public.

All metronomes on loan will be stars in this special performance.

Rarely performed, Ligeti’s Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes is prepared by ten players under the guidance of a conductor.

Each of the 100 metronomes will be set up on the stage, and then they all will be wound to a set maximum and at different speeds. Once they are all fully wound and started simultaneously, the audience enters the Town Hall for this unique performance experience.

As the metronomes wind down one after another and stop, individual metronomes are more audible and the performance will end when the last metronome stopped ticking.

If you are able to lend your metronome and make this performance come to life, please call the Australian National Academy of Music on 9645 7911.

Ligeti Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes will be performed as part of the Haydn & Ligeti series on Friday 30 October, 1pm at the Australian National Academy of Music, Sth Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets: Donation

The Australian National Academy of Music, South Melbourne Town Hall, 210 Bank Street, Sth Melbourne.

For further media information:
Magda Petkoff, Purple Media, 0409 436 473,

TONIGHT: Experimental Music at Monkey

Thursday 22 October 2009, 7pm - 9pm
Experimental Music at Monkey

Come along to hear an extraordinary first time get together between David Brown on prepared guitar, Jim Denley (Sydney) on saxophones, Dale Gorfinkel on vibes and inventions, and Kim Myhr (Norway) on guitar.
Monkey Bar

181 St Georges Rd, North Fitzroy (near edinburgh gardens)

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Tuesday October 27th @ the Make It Up Club

A night of solos from 3 distinctive improvisers, exploring the outer limits of their instruments and the traditions circumscribing them. First up is a solo drumkit and processing project from jazz drummer extroadinaire, Sam Price. Ben Byrne returns for a maelstrom of laptop genius. And Tim Catlin continues his expansion of the resonant possibilities of the humble humbucker.

  • Ben Byrne (solo laptop and electronics)
  • Tim Catlin (solo electric guitar and effects)
  • Sam Price (solo drumkit and processing)
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:
03/11: Christopher L G Hill and Masato Takasaka; Harriet Morgan and Alex Vivian; Marco Fusinato

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Hiddensounds - Horse Bazaar - 7 Nov 2009 (early)

forwarded from Jordan Lacey:


Horse Bazaar presents
hiddensounds, Infinite decimals & Bulke.

A night of sonic exploration at Horse Bazaar on Saturday the 7th November from 6pm to 9.30pm.

Hiddensounds (
is the audio-scrawl exploration of Jordan Lacey. Frequency beats. Buttons holding secrets. Knobs and faders telling lies. Fretted instruments stroked. Silence. Noise. The sounds underneath. Three veg and mash. Happy Accidents. On the night exploring highways, rivers and crowds.

Amplified string duo Infinite Decimals (Barnaby Oliver / Don Rogers) (
produce waves of vertically complex sonic texture filled with phantom melodies and psychoacoustic surprises. Intellectual concentration, anti-rationality and sustained physiological effort obliterate mind-body duality to produce organic and richly detailed auto-compositions.

Bulke (Pradip Sarkar & Jordan Lacey) (
is a blend of dub-tech, bassline, and krautrock, geared towards the dancefloor with tracks varying from midtempo electronic ballads to 130 BPM four to the floor beats. The band was built on the basis of a love for the electronic sounds coming out of Berlin. Bulke will be joined by Prem CJ on Electronic Tabla.

Paul Rodgers, a.k.a. Arnold Eye Irons, avant-projectionist & VJ will wave his fingers through all three acts, and DJ post-punk sounds on the in-betweens.

Where: Horse Bazaar
When: Saturday 7th November 2009
Time: 6 – 9.30 pm
Cost: $5

Saturday, 17 October 2009

This Wednesday the 21st of October @ Stutter...

@ Horse Bazaar, 397 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

8:30pm $10 (full) + $5 (conc)

Click here for Stutter Myspazz

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Barnaby Oliver+ Paul Rodgers - av set@ Westspace next Tuesday

Paul Rodgers and Barnaby Oliver present 2 hours of immersive expanded cinema and audiovisual confusion as part of the Tomorrow the World festival of experimental sound, performance and audiovisual programming at West Space.

Paul Rodgers:
16mm Projections, prisms, video feedback, found footage
Barnaby Oliver: Revox, found sounds, microphones, audio feedback, dictaphone, synthesiser.

Tuesday November 20th
Westspace Gallery
Level 1, 15 - 19 Anthony Street Melbourne 3000

more info:

Sabbatical Presents 07.11.09

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Tuesday October 20th @ the Make It Up Club

A Bumper night of Cracked Toys, Outsider Instruments and Extreme Vocals. Crackside is a debut ensemble featuring some of Melbourne's most interesting and adventurous sound artists. Over a number of sets throughout the night, the group will fragment and morph, both spatially and in personnel, within the MIUC performance space. With an arsenal of circuit-bent keyboards, electronics and musical toys, along with an array of intriguing, home-made instruments, Crackside promises an unforgettable experience of displaced and mobile sonic invention. Also performing well be an extreme choir composed of luminaries from the Melbourne grindcore, noise and avant-jazz communities. Expect the humble voice to be extended far beyond it's conventional limits by a group of vocal practitioners renowned for their individual technique and improvisational sensitivity. Extreme-Voice-Noise in da haus, ya'll!!!
  • Crackside (Cracked Toys and Outsider Instruments) with: John Jacobs, Riki-Metisse Marlow, Dale Chapman, Rosalind Hall, Dale Gorfinkel, Rod Cooper and more TBC
  • Extreme Vocal Noise with: Bonnie Hart, Shane Van Den Akker, Sophie Brous, Pete Hyde, Paul Kidney and Nik Kennedy

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:
27/10: Ben Byrne (solo); Tim Catlin (solo); Sam Price (solo)

Tuesday, 13 October 2009

What is Glitch Hop - Miss Libertine - 30 Oct 2009

forwarded from Juhi Sharma.
Wednesday Oct 21st
6 - 10pm
Guildford Lane Gallery
Guildford Lane

The first in a series of three evenings dedicated to performance based New Media Arts.
Sound collective, "Cable" will present recent works.

Lizzie Pogson

Tessa Elieff

Danny Griffith

Kristian Roberts

Jason Montero

Phoebe Faulkner

Acoustic, Electronic, Screen Based, Synaesthetic, Static, Live, Luminescent, Futuristic, Dated, Despised - punters are invited to grab a drink, watch, listen and discuss the events that unfold around them.

More details here

This Wednesday the 14th of October @ Stutter...


The SMS-Interactive Music (SIM) Project brings together a world class group of musicians and technicians to develop an improvised collaborative performance technique. This technique involves improvised musical performance, technology and the audience as co-collaborators.

By creatively subverting readily available computer hardware and mobile phone technology, matched with the skills of our musicians, we will bridge the divide between audience and performers. Our goal is to facilitate an open interaction that has a high level of musicianship, thereby creating a new musical experience.

Concept - Fred Rodrigues
Max MSP Wiz - Claire Herbert
Software Writer - Ankur Badwhar

Performers - Hirofumi Uchino AKA Defektro (self-made instruments), Kusum Normoyle (voice, electronics), Adrian Klumpes (keys, electronics), Abel Cross (bass, electronics), and the audience!

Find out more at:

Also performing on the evening will be::

SCOTT TINKLER (trumpet) / FINN RYAN (drums)


KUSUM NORMOYLE dj'ing between the acts!!

@ Horse Bazaar, 397 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

8:30pm $10 (full) + $5 (conc)

Click here for Stutter Myspazz

Experimental Music at the NGV #3 - 18 Oct 2009

forwarded from John Nixon:


SUNDAY 18 OCT 2009


Ian Potter Centre
Federation Sq Melbourne
The theatre is behind the bookshop

The third in an occasional series of experimental music concerts featuring Melbourne visual artists will be by Marco Fusinato + ALWAYS. Both these solo performers use improvisation.
Marco Fusinato brings the electric guitar and electronics together to shatter the aural space using both the maximal and the minimal – his distortion is pure noise.

LP launch

Marco Fusinato
“Ripping Skies”
No Fun Productions USA
12” LP (available from the artist @ $20)

Alex Vivian is ALWAYS. He brings his voice as a primary musical source using two microphones together with two delay pedals, creating an eerie, jumbled, Dadesque musical experience.

“ALWAYS, Aolwayse, Orhlweighs, Al(daddy)ways is the ever evolving sound project of Alex Vivian. Wholly based on the element of chance and fragments of ideas (whether 'original' or stolen from overheard sounds from a sauna, a starved daddi eating his first meal in 2 weeks, meeting of slave/ master master slave, whyte label techno), ALWAYS creates a mess of thoughts and feelings that cancel each other out, complement, work up and flatten......” AV

M.Rösner + The Ghost of 29 Megacycles tour 22-24 Oct 2009

forwarded from Gregory Taw:

M.Rösner + The Ghost of 29 Megacycles Australian Tour Spring 2009
Western Australian based artists M.Rösner and The Ghost of 29 Megacycles mark the release of forthcoming records with a joint Australian tour in October and November 2009. The tour will take in shows in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. After a slew of well received hand made CD-R's, The Ghost of 29 Megacycles will launch their debut album “Love via Paper Planes”, featuring 6 tracks of shoegaze guitar, organ and processed vocals recorded in M.Rosner's living room at Myalup Beach. “Love via Paper Planes” will be released through Sydney label, Sound and Fury. After a 3 year break between albums, M.Rösner releases “repeat” on limited edition 12” vinyl through UK label 12x50. Inspired by Morton Feldman, cycles and patterns and the ocean, “repeat” was built from recordings of vocals, piano, processed guitar and max/mxp. For the past 18 months M.Rösner has been joined on stage and in the studio by The Ghost of 29 Megacycles' Greg Taw. Greg augments Matt's laptop and guitar sound with drum textures and guitar drone, pushing the live sound into new minimalistic directions.
Melbourne Dates:
Thursday October 22
Horse Bazaar, MelbourneThe Ghost of 29 Megacycles, M.Rösner(solo), Seth Rees and The Townhouses
Friday October 23
Glitch Bar, MelbourneM.Rösner, The Ghost of 29 Megacycles, Mystic Quilts
Saturday October 24
The Tote, Melbourne This is your Captain Speaking, M.Rösner, The Red Tree and The Ghost of 29 Megacycles

Humbuckers - West Space - 15 Oct 2009

forwarded from Tim Catlin:


"Humbuckers" October 15th, 6.30-8.30pm, West Space Gallery Level 1, 15 - 19 Anthony Street, Melbourne. $10

"Invented way back in the 1950’s, the humbucker is a guitar pickup that reduces hum and noise from electromagnetic interference. Ever since then guitarists have been finding ways of adding noise back into the signal…Feedback, distortion, altered tunings, guitar preparations, live-sampling, electronic modification and customised effects are some of the ways in which players have sought to circumvent guitar orthodoxy. “Humbuckers” showcases three local guitarists employing different strategies for extending and transcending the limitations of the common electric guitar."

Featured performers - David Brown (Candlesnuffer), Tim Catlin and Bonnie Mercer (Grey Daturas)

No shredding...he he, well, maybe the paint!

Monday, 12 October 2009

Tuesday October 13th @ the Make It Up Club

Ikko Taniuchi (Osaka) is a remarkable performance artist: exploring the nexus of sound, movement and visual spectacle, he confronts audiences with a rich feast of deconstructed Butoh and action painting, investing the performance with both visceral intensity and wry humor. For his performance at the MIUC, he will be collaborating with 2 masters of fractured, post-breakcore, electro-improv mayhem, Yuka Mikayama and John Harte, most famously associated with legendary group, Pig and Machine. And, to kick proceedings off, 2 of Melbourne's most sublime soloists in a premiere duo of acoustic sonorities teetering on the edge of feedback chaos.

  • Gearoid Brinn (guitar) and Chris Young (bass clarinet)
  • Ikko Taniuchi (OSAKA) (extreme butoh), Yuka Mikayama (vocals and drummachine) and John Harte (guitar)

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:
20/10: John Jacobs, Dale Chapman, Dale Gorfinkel, Rod Cooper

Friday, 9 October 2009

Collapsed Toilet Vietnam LIVE 17.10.09

It's been a long time since either Collapsed Toilet Vietnam or Downtown have had the opportunity to play a show. This October 17th sees them both playing their first show for 2009 with the explosive duo of Kusum vs. Sean Baxter, Ivens (fresh off a Japanese tour) and noise rockers Bunyip Moon. Bring body armor, dancing shoes, pest repellent, party lubricant, space minds, flu masks, salt lick and positive (but flawed) attitudes to LOOPHOLE 834a High Street, Thornbury. 8pm - midnight!

Saturday 17th October

Collapsed Toilet Vietnam, Downtown, Kusum vs Sean Baxter, Ivens, Bunyip Moon

LOOPHOLE 834a High Street, Thornbury.

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Sabbatical Presents 22.10.09

Thursday 22 October Sabbatical presents intense sound FOR YOUR HEALTH at The Old Bar (74-76 Johnston Street Fitzroy Victoria). Offerings on this occasion include Eko Eko Azarak (Emma Albury solo performance), Matthew Brown (hearty analogue), Galactagogue (Mark Skelton solo performance) and Bonnie Mercer (of the Grey Daturas) bringing the evening to a close. Doors open at 8:30pm, with the first performance beginning at 9pm. As usual we will have a bunch of filthy listening you can take home for a small fee if you wish.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Tuesday, October 6th @ the Make It Up Club

The guitar features in this week’s concert, with 2 special guests in premiere duos. Wollongong’s finest Von Crapp Family member and Anarchist Noisemakers Kollective founder, Gary Butler joins vocal virtuoso Carolyn Connors in a duo of toys, voice, guitar, hatchets and seriously thought-provoking, sonic stupidity. And, from New Zealand, via the planet of noise, the mastermind behind Pumice, Stefan Neville teams up with alt-pop superstar, Ned Collette, in a duo of thought provokingly serious, deconstructed-free-pop-improv-alchemy.

Carolyn Connors (voice) and Gary Butler (THEGONG) (guitar and toys)
Stefan Neville (NZ) (noisemaking machines) and Ned Collette (guitar and 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:
13.10: Gearoid Brinn (guitar) and Chris Young (bass clarinet); Ikko Taniuchi (OSAKA) (extreme butoh), Yuka Makayma (voice and drummachine), and John Harte (guitar)

New Make It Up Club video from Vile Vortices

Vile Vortices Productions presents our first video for this fine Melbourne improv institution. MAKE IT UP CLUB - Episode #1 features a sample of a 40 minute free jazz set by SEAN BAXTER (drumkit), RORY BROWN (double bass), JEFF HENDERSON (baritone saxophone), MIKE MAJKOWSKI (double bass), ANGUS TARNAWSKY (drumkit), & KRIS WANDERS (tenor saxophone). An awesome display of Fire Music at its most incandescent, channeling the spirits of Coltrane, Ayler and Brotzmann in full meltdown mode.

Saturday, 3 October 2009

This Wednesday the 7th of October @ Stutter...

  • PUMICE (NZ) - ''Stefan and Sugar Jon went to Whangamata for new years 1990/1991 telling their parents that they were getting a ride with friend Shelley's uncle but really they hitchiked. Picked up in Thames by a woman in a horse truck who only picked them up cos she thought they were girls. When the truck went round the narrow bendy hilltop roads the horse would kick the side and send the truck veering off into thick oncoming holiday traffic. After a few days in Whangamata it became apparent that Jon and Stefan's mothers had talked and worked out the lies. Jon called his mum for a growling and when he got off the phone Stefan said they should form a band called Pumice..... '' - Stefan Neville

There is an idea of New Zealand pop music that isn't pop music at all: Pin Group, Alastair Galbraith, Peter Jeffries and Antony Milton. Now, enters Stefan Neville, aka Pumice, and the most broken down, lo-fi approach to pop yet! One man band compositions and variations for small silver guitar, intercoms, endless cassette, chord organ, spring reverb, buzzbox, drums and voice. The struggle between sinking and swimming, swallowing water and going to the toilet either way since 1991.

  • OREN AMBARCHI/ROB MAYSON/MATT 'SKITZ' SANDERS - A head-on collision of ferocious and blisteringly brutal drumming from Matt 'Skitz' Sanders with super heavy low end psychedelics from Oren Ambarchi and Rob Mayson.

  • GILLES AUBRY (CH / DE) - Gilles Aubry is a Swiss sound artist, composer & musician. He uses field recordings, computer programming, surround sound, hacked electronics and improvisation to create live performances, sound installations, CD and radio pieces. His work is informed by personal investigations on formal, perceptual and anthropological aspects of sound production and reception, including auditory perception, space representation, site specificity, cultural accoustics and streams of information. Gilles Aubry has been involved in numerous collaborations with international artists throughout Europe, USA, Russia, Asia and the Middle East since 1995.

  • CANDLESNUFFER / ALEX GARSDEN / DENNIS SANTIAGO - The first time performance for this trio of some of Melbourne's finest Avant - Improv guitarists!

  • dj DOWNPAT between the acts!

@ Horse Bazaar - 397 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

8:30pm SHARP! $10 on the door

Click here for Stutter Myspazz

Friday, 2 October 2009

Undue Noise presents ARTEFACT

Undue Noise presents ARTEFACT
Sat 10 Oct 8pm $10
Old Fire Station View St Bendigo

Your only chance to hear the full version of the Artefact Tour in Victoria. Last week's Stutter performance was just a teaser. And Bendigo isn't that far away.

Melbourne field recording based sound artists Camilla Hannan, Thembi Soddell, and Tarab (aka Eamon Sprod) recently visited Adelaide, Alice Springs, Darwin and Perth to record and perform before returning to Victoria. They developed a sonic map reflecting the vast sonic contrast that can be found throughout Australia, their individual perceptions of their journey, and their distinctly separate approaches to sound performance and composition. Their performances included the Totally Huge Music Festival in Perth, including a live to air performance on ABC radio’s New Music Up Late show on Classic FM.

Thembi Soddell is originally from Bendigo and is about to embark on her second international performance tour (17 gigs in Europe with cellist Anthe Caddy). Her volatile sonic worlds morph, shift, rupture and dis-rupture into filmic atmospheres with a distinctly disquieting edge. Contorted into unreal environments and luscious masses of sonic textures, her sound palate sources field recordings, instruments and electronics to be suggestive but often unidentifiable. Her compositions exploit the dynamic extremes, toying with the listeners’ sense of expectation and generating anticipatory suspense. "Soddell's work with dynamics is extremely accomplished, alternately forcing close attention and then rewarding it with shocking explosions of activity that bring any absent-minded trains of through right back into a brutal present"

Camilla Hannan digitally processes raw field recordings into abstracted representation of a site. She is interested in the way field recordings become 'essences'. These manipulated sounds may not be recognisable in their source, but as sonic textures, which become iconic representations of a particular time and place. "A very visceral experience indeed, one that both teased and tormented the senses..."

TARAB (aka Eamon Sprod) has been working on the fringes of the Melbourne sound world for the last eight years, primarily examining the interplay of field recordings and sounds generated from found objects. His work explores the possibilities of personal chartings and reactions to the urban environment, revelling in the decay and detritus to be found there. Interested in more than documentation, tarab attempts to sonically trigger, form, and recreate the interior environ- ments which occur through our interaction with the commonplace and often overlooked. "tarab reinterprets the physical detritus of the landscape within a hypothetical topography where dirt, soot, and smog emerge as privileged materials, in to which he has grafted the potential for a transcendent response".


Dean Stanton’s new Bendigo project, Primidian is a live experimental 3 piece exploration utilising junk, old technology and home-made instruments. Improvised and semi-danceable

Presented with assistance from Sound Travellers, cajid media and the City of Greater Bendigo. Enquiries 0421786595,