Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Cray vs Cleaninglady @ Stutter August 4

August 4 · 7:30pm - 11:30pm

Cray vs cleaninglady are back for a full on noise blast session.

Expect a steaming mound of Alto Sax Venom and Analogue Synth Brutality...

Stutter @ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne, Australia

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Everyone Talks About The Weather II - Corner Hotel - 26 Aug 2010

Pivixki new album and launch - Tote - 7 Aug

forwarded from Anthony Pateras:
PIVIXKI’s new full-length album GRAVISSIMA is out on Lexicon Devil today. You can listen to a new track on

Available in Oz at Missing Link, Collectors Corner, all Title stores etc.

Graeme Leak Rhythm Workshops, from 31 July & 2 Aug 2010

- four structured sessions focusing entirely on reading and rhythm
- leave your usual instrument/voice at home
- choose to play on junk, found, percussion or home made instruments
- music is organized in registers - choose to play low, medium or high
- notes don't matter - the aim is rhythmic accuracy and groove

when - either
1pm Saturday 31 July, 7, 14 & 21 August 2010
7pm Monday 2, 9, 16 & 23 August 2010

The Eleventh Hour Theatre
170 Liecester St, Fitzroy (cnr Gore St)

how much
$120 flat rate, payable upon registration

BYO music stand, water, tea, coffee, snack etc

Saturday, 24 July 2010

Friday, 23 July 2010

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

  • CRAFTWIFE (Japan)
    Craftwife is a girl band formed by a Japanese sound designer Takeko Akamatsu in the summer of 2008. They play 70-80's style techno pop music in the special costume that may reminds you Kraftwerk (though in a miniskirt) . They use iPhones to control an original sound synthesis programs and video sampling system, developed by themselves. Their works cut across the existing fields, such as music/audio, video/visual, programing, design, science, fashion and languages etc.

    Chihiro Butterfly started making tunes from1997.
    Vocal, composer, female artist chihiro butterfly who is acting with vocal ( 4 octave ) track making . original expression is developed in the exihibition and live in the world!!also she's done music for tv commercials, live visual music sets in exihibitions. 1st album (VOICE) from papillon disk2008 APRIL. CHOU(it means butterfly on japanese )presider that image and sound unite party etc... (papillondisk,,Rave,club event, Party) Joined co`mpilation Metalob's label Enmu Interactive compilation Reflection2006.That is Music label to deliver Chill Out Music from Japan to the world. *joined Project label ChillMellow. gosei-f featuringChihiro titleChao 。joined pleq album metamophosis from u- cover label in2009. Chihiro Butterfly is preparing a release on color-music label. color music label loves australia!!

    Erkki Veltheim's one-man grindcore band attempts to prove the alchemical hypothesis by turning gold back into base metal.

    Slawek Janicki and John von Sturmer have developed an improvisational and experimental practice, which seeks to create a total art event. Their work is situational and responsive, seeking to work with immediate and locally-relevant concerns. They are concerned with matters of language and questions of translation across cultural and other divides.

Slawek Janicki comes from a background in musical improvisation generally involving the double bass. He is also a filmmaker and cultural events curator, working also with a number of Art TV channels in Europe and Australia. He operates the legendary performance space ‘MOZG’, based in Bydgoszcz, central-northern Poland.

John von Sturmer has an academic background, and an extensive involvement in Aboriginal affairs. In more recent years he has centralised the notion of performance in his practice, often combining performance texts with a strong visual arts element.

They will be performing with Melbourne based sax player, Kris Wanders. Janicki has been working with Wanders for last 5 years.

(This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.)

@ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale Street

$10 (full) + $5 (conc)

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Tuesday July 27th @ the Make It Up Club

This week at the MIUC we travel the spaceways: spanning the sonoverse from concrete freefolk to avant classical and postfracture synthpunk. American metaphysical troubadour of electroacoustic post-nihilism, Zack Kouns is joined by Alps of NSW's Chris Hearn for collaborative explorations. Golden Fur's Judith Hamann, fresh from a European tour presents her latest expositions on solo cello. And, Young Romantix, where musique concrete, the 1980s and avant noise meet!

Zack Kouns (USA) (clarinet and electronics) and Chris Hearn (NSW)

Judith Hamann (cello)

Young Romantix, featuring Ben Taylor (MS10 and voice) and Shaun South (MS10 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:
03/08: PAUSA II featuring Ollie Bown, Brigid Burke and Adrian Sherriff; Buggatronic, featuring Daniel Beuss (Switz) and James Hullick; Skepper/Harrison/Lewis/O'Hagen.
10/08: Rosalind Hall and Alice Hui-Sheng Chang; Impvlse/Kontrol.
17/08: Que Nguyen; Kim Salmon and David Brown.
24/08: Dead Ants Rainbow.
31/08: Steve Magnusson and Gareth Thomson; Reaston/Kay/Cameron Trio (Syd).

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Hair Stylistics (Japan), Menstruation Sisters + Fusinato lp launch this Sunday!

SUNDAY JULY 25 The Toff, 252 Swanston St Melbourne

Maximum Arousal & Super Deluxe Tokyo present:


Masaya Nakahara is one of the original purveyors and legends of Japanese noise. His musical activity under the Violent Onsen Geisha guise in the 90s made him a noise icon and he currently works under the Hair Stylistics moniker. With the glut of entry-level noisicians knocking out cassettes left right and centre, Nakahara's output has been one of the scenes saving graces. Utilising a vast array of effects and samples, Nakahara manages to create a swarming collage of active soundscapes that are rich in texture, from harsh sound shards to warm bass pulses with alot of humour to boot. The tendency toward silliness extends to his ingenious punning track titles (''Anal Collective'' and ''R.I.P Old Dirty Bath Towel'' are two recent examples) and such humour is what the whole noise scene is greatly lacking. One of his ongoing projects is the brilliantly named duo Suicidal 10cc, with Jim O'Rourke. Nakahara has also written about film and regularly organises and contributes to film festivals in Japan. As an acclaimed writer of novels he has recieved the Yukio Mishima Prize.
This guy is a legend and this is his only Melbourne performance!

This evening also features a rare one-off Melbourne appearance from the Menstruation Sisters.
''Unlike anything book or animal, the M.Sisters destroy wholly'' - Thurston Moore, Sonic Youth.
Menstruation Sisters are more of a natural phenomenon than a musical group. Owing more to the sound of ice melting and eggs hatching than strummed guitars and pounded drums, the Sisters keep one ear on the ground and the other towards the atmosphere. Rather than working within the lines of modern rhythm and structure, they revert towards a primal direction, cutting off the fat and oozing forth only the most natural and unfettered sounds. Naturally, such a technique can be unsettling, as it's not something most humans are interested to hear, or have heard since upright-walking became a viable mode of transportation. This is music for those who kill their own food.

And to top it off Marco Fusinato will be launching his new LP ‘Ambianxe’ out on Sydney label Spring Press. Featuring two live recordings of his incendiary concréte guitar crush from earlier in the year at SuperDeluxe, Tokyo. Fusinato is well known for his art/music crossover that ‘extends the traditional language of the guitar to distressed oblivion, compounding deracinated electronic detritus into over-amplified dreamweapons, unleashing tsunamis of ecstatic free noise’. Bring cash.

Monday, 19 July 2010

Sabbatical Presents: SCUM NIGHT IV

Saturday 24 July Sabbatical presents our fourth ‘Scum Night’, bringing together local groups with a common thread of seductive filth and nasty sonics. Previous Scum Night alumni include Kristkrvstoffiston,Pissbolt, Collapsed Toilet Vietnam, Pathetic Human,Odiusembowel, Fuck, The Retarded Girl, Occult Blood, John Butler Fucks Kids, Screwtape, Ebola Disco, Super Fun Happy Slide and Cult of the Placenta Head. An arousing selection of disgusting projects awaits you on this occasion: Flesh World, Pneumatic Slaughter, The Psychward Cult and Dead Boomers. Hosted by the enablers resident at 717a High Street Thornbury, with doors opening at 7:00pm. A golden coin to enter.

Friday, 16 July 2010

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


  • ANONYMEYE (Bris)
    Anonymeye is the nom de plume of Andrew Tuttle from Brisbane, Australia. As Anonymeye, Tuttle reconfigures various country and folk musics within an abstract sonic framework, utilising electronic and acoustic instrumentation including acoustic guitar, signal processing, synthesisers, harmonica, and oscillators. Anonymeye straddles and blurs boundaries between improvisation and composition, experimentation and pop, acoustic and electronic, rural landscapes and urban landscapes.

Since 2004, Anonymeye has performed at festivals, clubs and events throughout Australia, New Zealand and Europe, and released recordings on labels including sound&fury, Bedroom Suck, hellosQuare and Curt.

    To bringing the most of disco shining loves from the deep far in the space...

  • THE BZNZZ (Syd)


    Brett plays guitar, Travis plays pedals, Robert uses a computer, Adrian hits things, Matt blows sax and Nick x 2 plays electronics. Blankface Distortion are a heady mix of instruMENTAL, dream pop, noise and disco. We started as a joke and plan to continue that way.

@ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale Street

$10 (full) + $5 (conc)

Tuesday July 20th @ the Make It Up Club

Sydney math-prog-skronk-improvcore duo, BzNzz finally make it to MIUC to present their post-Ruins take on the state of fusion in the 21st Century. A new trio featuring 3 of Melbourne's enfents terrible of the new-noise. And, Andrew Tuttle (the mastermind behind electro-free-folk sensation, Anonymeye) returns from Brisbane for a series of shows, teaming up with local electronic improviser Sasha Margolis for this one.

BzNzz featuring: Alon Ilsar (drumkit) and Josh Ahearn (bass)

Bile Worship featuring: Tommy Psychward (mvsik), Liam Tea & Sympathy Symphony (mvsik) and Maya MV (mvsik)

Andrew Tuttle (acoustic guitar / laptop / harmonica / electronics) and Sasha Margolis (MIDI guitar / sampler / vuvuzela box)

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:
27/07: Zack Kouns (USA) and Chris Hearn (NSW); Young Romantix; Judith Hamann.
03/08: PAUSA II featuring Ollie Bown, Brigid Burke and Adrian Sherriff; Buggatronic, featuring Daniel Beuss (Switz) and James Hullick; Skepper/Harrison/Lewis/O'Hagen.
10/08: Rosalind Hall and Alice Hui-Sheng Chang; Impvlse/Kontrol.
17/08: Que Nguyen; Kim Salmon and David Brown.

Max Sipowicz - The Winter in our Hearts" EP

Melbourne based experimental composer and musician, Max Sipowicz, has just released a short 14-minute ep titled "The Winter In Our Hearts". It contains 5 fully improvised tracks which explore texture, colour and structure of sound.It is available now online for 5 usd from the following address:
(forwarded from Max Sipowicz)

Thursday, 15 July 2010

Sat July 17th Semantic Clutter Closing Performance

Semantic Clutter: The closing evening
Our conclusion to Liquid Architecture 2010

Martin Kay (Live Performance)

Paul Candy (Showing)

Samaan Fieck (Showing)

James Wright (Showing)

EORAMADIC: Kirri Buchler, Adam Hunt, Alister Mew, Tessa Elieff (Live Performance + collaboration)

Saturday 17th @ West Space Gallery

7:00 - 10:00 pm

$5 entry

C U there


Avantwhatever presents Dale Gorfinkel & Arek Gulbenkoglu, Anthony Pateras, Carolyn Connors and Adam Sussman live at Sunshine & Grease, 9 Queens Parade Clifton Hill, Melbourne, from 8pm on Saturday July 31. The show is a launch for Dale & Arek’s debut album as a duo, which will be the next in our series of limited edition releases. Entry to the show is $10 and you’ll be able to purchase the cd, packaged in beautiful 100% post consumer recycled wallet and labeling, printed with recycled toner cartridges and hand numbered, on the night before anyone else gets a chance.

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Lichens - Toff - 14 July 2010

forwarded from Dave Brown:

The Toff
Second Floor, Curtin House
252 Swanston Street
WEDNESDAY JULY 14, 2010. from 8.00pm


VICMOD RECORDS have free tracks of future releases and a live recording here for your listening pleasure.

If you love avant electronics old and new you will love our label.

Keep an eye out for future releases by:

and many more

Sunday, 11 July 2010

Tuesday July 13th @ the Make It Up Club

The Prophets return with an expanded ensemble, celebrating the rich legacy of Albert Ayler, Ethiopiques, Konono No1 and pantonal improv from across the planet of noise. This group lies somewhere between outsider free-jazz, joyous street music and dada-busking and comprises some of Sydney's great young improvisers alongside Melbourne Fugee, Dale Gorfinkel. And, the premiere of a new duo featuring the post-Bailey six-string deconstructions of Irish-born, Melbourne-based guitarist, Gearoid Brinn with composer and saxophonist of repute, Gideon Brazil.

Prophets, featuring: Peter Farrar (saxophone, mpc, xylo, percussion), Sam Dobson (saxophone, electric bass, percussion), Dale Gorfinkel (saxophone, vibraphone, percussion), Finn Ryan (drums, balafon, percussion), and James Waples (drums, xylo, percussion)

Gearoid Brinn (guitar) and Gideon Brazil (saxophones)

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:
20/07: BZNZZ; Bile Worship; Andrew Tuttle and Sasha Margolis.
27/07: Zack Kouns (USA) and Chris Hearn (NSW); Young Romantix; Judith Hamann.
03/08: PAUSA II featuring Ollie Bown, Brigid Burke and Adrian Sherriff; Buggatronic, featuring Daniel Beuss (Switz) and James Hullick; Skepper/Harrison/Lewis/O'Hagen.
17/08: Que Nguyen; Kim Salmon and David Brown.

Saturday, 10 July 2010

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

    Tim Coster (Currer Bells, Velvet Hour) and Christopher L G Hill (Moffarfarrah, VDO). We play blunt ambient A-sonic Tape loop Champagne pop. Tape out now on fictitious Sighs and Bunyip Trax.

  • PROPHETS (Melb/Syd)
    Drums, Saxophones and Masks featuring:
    Peter Farrar - saxophone, mpc, xylo, percussion
    Sam Dobson - saxophone, electric bass, percussion
    Dale Gorfinkel - saxophone, vibraphone, percussion
    Finn Ryan - drums, balafon, percussion
    James Waples - drums, xylo, percussion

    Noise guitar with effect pedals....creating an abrasive free form sound - trying to put the oi back into noise - aspiring to sound somewhere between surf music and Harry Pussy.

  • DJ PEER PRESSURE (Bris) between the acts!

@ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale Street

$10 (full) + $5 (conc)

The Sound Playground performances 14 & 16th of July

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Wed 14 July 5:45-7:15pm
Fri 16 July 5:45-7:15pm
@ fortyfivedownstairs gallery, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
All tix $15

Please join us as the Sound Playground exhibition is played live in its entirety! Featuring newly commissioned experimental instruments, sound sculptures and sonic installations by Ros Bandt & Albert Mishriki, Rod Cooper, Rowan McNaught and Emma Lashmar. The whole exhibition will be played by artists and special guests Sam Szoke-Burke, Nicholas Jones (artist / sculptor), and Adam Sherry (A Dead Forest Index). Tickets at or $15 at the door.

The Sound Playground is proudly presented by Bus Projects, Craft Victoria and fortyfivedownstairs for Liquid Architecture 2010. Generously supported by the City of Melbourne.

Bookings essential! Seating Limited!
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Terminal Beach - Goodtimes Studio - 17 July 2010

forwarded from Rus Brockman

Thursday, 8 July 2010

July Wed 7th to Sat 10th @ West Space

Semantic Clutter audio/visual installation #2

James Wright + Tessa Elieff

Projection + Sound

delve into a hypersurreal environment consisting of projection, suspended material, multispeakers, sound, walls and space.

Wed-Sat midday 'til 4 (sometimes 5ish!)

metasonic 2 installation

metasonic 2
Allan's Walk Artist Run Space, Bendigo
24th june – 24th july 2010
opening hours thurs & fri 11-4, sat 11-3
opening celebration sat july 10th 3pm with live music by doubleother

Central Victoria's sound art collective called undue noise has been organising events since 2002. This exhibition, entitled metasonic 2, at Allan's Walk Artist Run Space features works by members of undue noise as part of the local component of the national Liquid Architecture sound art festival.
Following last year’s successful metasonic exhibition at Dudley House, we return with metasonic 2, featuring works involving sound, and sometimes more. Central Victorian artists involved this time are Paul Fletcher, Simon Howard, Bridget Robertson & Jenny King, Annie Piranha, Mathew Underwood, Michael Harkin, Andrew Goodman, Jacques Soddell. They will present a wide range of artworks ranging from simple listening experiences to interactive works, some audio only, others including video.

The pieces in the exhibition are:
A CHORUS OF IDLE FEET Andrew Goodman sound, sensors, interactive
DRUM Jacques Soddell sound, video
EARTH-MOON-EARTH Jennifer King & Bridget Robertson audio, mixed media
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR Michael Harkin Interactive audio/video
SWAMP ECHO Paul Fletcher Suitcase Landscape Cinema
CATALYST FOR CHANGE Simon Howard audio
BURIED ALIVE Annie Piranha audio
BRING IT ON, BANG A GONG! Mathew Underwood audio

Full descriptions of the works can be found on our blog:

The activities of undue noise and Allan's Walk Artist Run Space are proudly supported by the City of Greater Bendigo.

thursday 8th july

Plug N Play : Thu Jun 8th : Horse Bazaar 397 Lt Lonsdale st, Melb

10.30pm The Night Porter: Late Night Visuals, Free Entry
(All you can eat and drink from 7pm)


Broken Pixel aka Jayson Haebich - 'spacey dubstep + interactive visuals
( control the visuals via laser pointer! )
+ Triple Screen experiments by Jean Poole


/Broken Pixel is Jayson Haebich, a musician, artist and programmer
who mashes up spacey dubstep beats with interactive visuals in which
the audience can interact with the live performance using laser pointers,
video cameras and tracking software which aims to blur the distinction
between performer and audience
and to immerse the crowd in a total audio visual environment./


Followed by choons + triple screen experiments by Jean Poole.

more :



This will be an expanded version of the best dressed and grooviest street band around. 4 saxophones, 4 drummers, masks and wonderment. Prophets need groupies so come to all the gigs!!

Mon 12th 9pm start
Lebowski's @ 303 High St, Northcote

Tues 13th 8.30pm
MakeItUpClub @ Bar Open, 317 Brunswick St, Fitzroy

Wed 14th 8.30pm
Stutter @ Horse Bazaar, 397 Little Lonsdale St, Melb

Fri 16th, 8pm
Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, 200 Gertrude St Collingwood
plus BumCreek

Sun 18th, 6pm
The Horn Ethiopian Cafe, 20 Johnston St, Collingwood
plus Black Jesus Experience

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

July 13th, Westspace, 6-8pm

You are invited to the opening of new audio-visual work from Kit Webster & M. Leaf-Tierney, with continuing exhibitions from Paul Candy & Lizzie Pogson, as part of the Semantic Clutter event, alongside Lionel Marchetti's work Natura Morta in Gallery 3. All as part of Liquid Architecture, 2010.

Westspace Gallery, 13th July, 6-8pm. 1/15 Anthony St, CBD.


M., K.

Monday, 5 July 2010

Tuesday July 5th @ the Make It Up Club

This week, some very punchy, acoustic free improv. Propelled by 2 drumkits augmented with saxophone and guitar, the M-B Project is a Brisbane/Melbourne collaboration comprising some of Australia's most exciting, emerging improvisers, straddling the worlds of free jazz, abstract improv and avant-hardcore. Both recently returned from Japan, Honeybrook and Baxter reprise their new acoustic duo that channels the Interstellar Space of Ali/Coltrane through the filter of extreme, grinding metal and noise. And, upping the percussive anti, a drumkit quartet featuring the aforementioned joined by Melbourne wunder-schlagwerker, Gareth Thomson.

The M-B Project, featuring: James McLean (drumkit), Tim Green (Bris) (drumkit), James Wengrow (Bris) (guitar) and Jon Smeathers (saxophone)

Lloyd Honeybrook (alto saxophone) and Sean Baxter (drumkit)

Gareth Thomson (drumkit), James Mclean (drumkit), Tim Green (drumkit) and Sean Baxter (drumkit)

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:
13/07: Prophets; Gearoid Brinn and Gideon Brazil
20/07: BZNZZ; Bile Worship; Andrew Tuttle and Sasha Margolis
27/07: Zack Kouns (USA) and Chris Hearn (NSW)
03/08: PAUSA II featuring Ollie Bown, Brigid Burke and Adrian Sherriff; Buggatronic, featuring Daniel Beuss (Switz) and James Hullick

Aust Post Punk radio doco - 18/25 July 2010

ABC Radio National, Hindsight audio-documentary 2 part series
Part 1: Sydney - broadcast & podcast ABC Radio National Sunday July 18th, 2pm
Part 2: Melbourne - broadcast & podcast ABC Radio National Sunday July 25th, 2pm
Produced by Sean O’Brien

Google Calendar for Experimental Melbourne

Thomas Dunstan has been good enough to assist me with setting up a new feature for the Experimental Melbourne blog - a Google Calendar. This lists events in calendar form, so you can browse a week or a month and see what events are on. One of the problems with the blog is that you can't view events in chronological order, only in the order they are posted, so we hope this will make it easier to do this.

You can view the calendar by clicking on the Google Calendar link at the top left of this page, or simply going here. Please note the calendar is only a pilot at the moment. Currently only Thomas and I have access to adding/editing events, but everyone can view it, and if you use Google Calendars yourself you can add events to your own calendar. In future we will look at giving access to other Experimental Melbourne blog authors so they can add their own events as well. Note that the blog will continue as usual, and that I don't envisage the calendar replacing the blog, just supplementing it.

I would really like to get everyone's feedback on this feature over the next few months - if you like it or not, suggestions for improvements, etc. Your response will be significant in deciding whether it becomes a permanent feature or not. Add your comments to this post, or email me directly via the email link at the top left of the page.


Sunday, 4 July 2010

Bene Gesserit @ Loop Bar Tues 6th July

Bene Gesserit turns it on again for a night of dark experimental goodness this Tuesday at Loop Bar. This month features six artists paired up and set head to head in an improv showdown:

Free entry!
Tuesday 6 July from 8.30pm at Loop Project Art Space & Bar
23 Meyers Place Melbourne CBD

Saturday, 3 July 2010

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

  • AARON HULL (SYD) - Aaron Hull is a Sydney sound and video artist. Taking inspiration from film sound tracks, noise, the Australian landscape and malfunctioning audio equipment, Aaron’s performances vary from an intimate sonic landscape to an all out assault of noise and shattered glitch.

  • THVGZ & PLAYAZ - hommes from tha northside grotto reppin' it up larrrrge.

  • NIC TAMMENS (guitar/electronics) / LLOYD HONEYBROOK (hate sax) - ''Good job I used to play the saxophone when I was 12 for 3 years I'm 15 now and switched to guitar. God bless you two! You need a very good job''
    AnimeGod99 11 months ago

  • DJ MV between the acts

@ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale Street

$10 (full) + $5 (conc)