Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Brian Brown

Melbourne jazz experimentalist, Brian Brown, passed away on Sunday.  Today's issue of The Age has an article on Brian.

Friday, 25 January 2013

Tuesday January 29th @ the Make It Up Club (15th Birthday Festival Week 3)


The final night of improvised party music for the Make It Up Club's 15th birthday is your last chance to come and see five floorshaker groups whilst simultaneously extending and expanding your neural pathways with the sonic shamanism that is free improv! First up is a deep cranial massage courtesy of the analog and digital electronics wizardry of Stephen Richards, Cooper Bowman and Mitchell Brennan. Once re-initiation into the aleatoric sphere of the MIUC is complete, Joel Stern and Dean Roberts will be transposing non-existent supernatural songs of voodoo enchantment through electronics and guitar for your listening pleasure. Next, a supergroup of sorts, colliding together Berliner Steve Heather's mixed-media drumming, New Zealander Jeff Henderson's confoundingly brilliant reeds, Rod Cooper's über-punk DIY instrumental inventions and John Jacobs' everythingcore approach to sound production and reproduction for a collaboration as smashing as the Large Hadron. The musical brains trust that is the Charles Ives Singers head up a surreal think tank with such luminaries as Mani Neumeier and his prestidigitative percussion, the arm-flailingly tripped-out voice of Paul Kidney and bassist Don Rogers to try and find some sort of answer to the question: ''what is psychedelia 40+ years after the fact?''. And what better way to round out an entire month of partying than with the once-thought-extinct endemic species avantjazzicus punkbrutalum, better known as bucketrider, in transcontinental collaborative mode, with Tim O’Dwyer and James Wilkinson performing via skype from Singapore with the Melbourne-based buckets, in real-time! 


bucketrider feat. Tim O'Dwyer (Singapore), James Wilkinson (Singapore), Adam Simmons, Dave Brown and Sean Baxter
Charles Ives Singers with Mani Neumeier (Germany), Paul Kidney and Don Rogers
Steve Heather (Germany), Jeff Henderson (New Zealand), Rod Cooper and John Jacobs
Joel Stern (Brisbane) and Dean Roberts (New Zealand)
Steven Richards, Cooper Bowman and Mitchell Brennan


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
7.30pm Doors for an 8pm-sharp start.
$5/$10

Thursday, 24 January 2013

Intimate Salon Concert - Northcote - 31 Jan 2013


INTIMATE SALON CONCERT featuring special guests from New Zealand, Hermione Johnson and Jeff Henderson on Thursday 31st of January at 8PM. The evening will focus on two duo performances. The first featuring Adam Simmons and Jeff Henderson on saxophones and the second featuring Hermione Johnson on prepared piano and David Brown on prepared guitar. The concert will take place at Adam Simmon‘s home studio (1 Sumner Ave Northcote, enter through side gate) and will accommodate only the first 20 punters to book a spot. Bookings are essential and will work on a first come first serve basis, so please email Adam or David to ensure a spot.

 
Entry fee $20 on the night. Some wine will be provided but guests are welcome to BYO as well. This will be a unique opportunity to experience some seasoned performers in informal and close surroundings.
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Jeff and Hermione are in Australia for concerts at Sound Out Festival (Canberra) and the 15th Anniversary of Make It Up Club (Melbourne)
 
Jeff Henderson - alto/baritone saxophones (NZ)
Jeff Henderson is New Zealand’s leading exponent of free improvisation and free jazz saxophone. He has traveled and performed extensively in New Zealand and internationally through Europe, USA and America both solo and in collaboration with various musicians and ensembles 
He has performed with internationally renowned musicians Steve Lacy, Marilyn Crispell, William Parker, Evan Parker, Mark Sanders, Tony Buck, John Edwards, Steve Noble, Jim Denley, Mike Nock, Agus Supriawan and others. Current projects include Urban Taniwha with Richard Nunns and Marilyn Crispell, the Ortiz Funeral Directors, the Ecstasy Trio, Deconstruction Unit, Under Lili’s Balcony Theatre Company and numerous others. In addition to his work on reed instruments, Henderson also performs on piano, electric bass and assorted other instruments and is a composer who has written for theatre, dance and collaborative arts projects.. Currently he is Artistic Director of the Wellington International Jazz Festival, Artistic Director of the Bomb the Space festival and runs two record labels: Spacecds and Open Music Envelope (with Tim Nees).
 
 
Hermione Johnson - piano (NZ)
Hermione is a composer and pianist living in Auckland, New Zealand. In recent times she has improvised with Frode Gjerstad , Cor Fuhler, Dave Brown, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and Sean Baxter, John Bell, Gerard Crewdson and Jeff Henderson etc. She has appeared solo at Sydney's Paddington Uniting Church alongside Chris Abrahams and Monika Brooks, and with Louise Curham's 'Drunken Flower' at the Lines of Flight Festival in Chistchurch. She has performed at the Nownow, Fredstock, iiii and Bomb the Space Festivals. Her solo album 'colourcode' was released by the iiii label in July this year and is a Tayloresque tour de force of tonal whirlwinds and clusters of musical brilliance.
 

(forwarded from Dave Brown)

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

New on Shame File Music

Clinton Green & Andrew McIntosh “Kasoundi” CD - Collaborating originally on The Unnameable project (2002-5), “Kasoundi” sees the two artists combine their more contemporary interests in minimal, often-acoustic, noise improvisation. Exploring the natural and manipulated sonic properties of a variety of objects and machines (record player, tape deck, rocks, bowls, percussion instruments, kitchen utensils, aluminium foil, broken records), the duo weaves a naturalistic yet compelling series of improvisations that alternate between slow-build tension and luxuriating in these unique sonic textures. Sample track here (limited edition of 100 copies – CD (pro-produced from glass master) in digicase).
 

Other new additions to the Shame File Music mailorder catalogue:

 
Ernie Althoff "Tide Shelf" CD - A retrospective of a quarter of a century of Althoff's installaton work, including digital remasters of recordngs previously held on tape. Althoff's sublime installations, using a variety of natural and recycled materials/technologies, a mutlilayered yet gentle plays of texture and rhythm. Limitied numbered edition of 100.

 Ernie Althoff "Nine Perverse Pairs and Three Veranda Interludes" CD - Althoff created the Perverse Pairs tracks in 2012 by recording 18 close-miked improviations of 5 minutes, then pairing them into the 9 titular pairs. The result are 'unconscious' improvisations that exist outside of time, yet regularly produce musical epiphanies. The Pairs are interspersed with three Veranda Interludes, where the instruments are a the structure of a timber veranda, straw broom and bamboo rollers. Limited edition of 60 copies.
 

Peter Blamey "Forage" CD Astounding recordings created from eight salvaged computer motherboards and tangled copper wire forming feedback networks. Blamey moves the wire by hand to make and break a myriad of circuits, improvising with electricity itself.
 

James Rushford & Joe Talia "Palisades" CD This cavernous electroacoustic fabrication finds its heart in exploration of the unforeseen voices of their selected instrumentation and devices. These include prepared violas, autoharp, spring reverb tank, and various metal objects. The ensuing extended compositions incorporate elements of ethereal drone and instrumental concrète, with stasis as a recurring theme.
 

Various artists "Ladyz in Noyz: Australia Volume 1" CD - Australian women performing noise, drone and experimental music, including Bonnie Mercer, Eko Eko Azarak, Oranj Punjabi and more.
 

BACK IN STOCK Ross Manning "Harmonious Angles" LP Manning's first solo LP is a joyous yet understatedly-intricate sonic outing created in real time via live playback of various recorders (HD, tape and MD) overlaid with live sound events, including field recordings and an assortment of Manning's own (often customised/handmade) instruments. Evocative of a less-manic Volvox in its strangeness, the soundworlds created here are intriguing and immensely satisfying.
 

BACK IN STOCK Pimmon/Yclept Dinmakers cassette - The Pimmon side is a live recording from 2005, dispalying his trademark ever-moving layerings of electronics and samples, including electric guitar on this occasion. The Yclept Dinmakers side is a 1983 (their first release since several cassettes in the early 1980s) live-to-tape collage made from various loops generated from tape, cassette and turntables.
 

This weekend in Melbourne – CURRENT

A celebration of music made in the moment of performance and aimed at fostering community across the spectrum of age and experience. 21 musicians will perform twice in a trio format over 2 days from 3pm until late. Performers span the worlds of experimental music, jazz and impov, including Clinton Green, Ernie Althoff, Rod Cooper, Scott Tinkler, Adrian Sherriff, Lloyd Honebrook and many more. All happening on Saturday and Sunday at Conduit Arts, 83 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/194179014056366/

 
Shame File Music – Australian experimental music and beyond...
http://ShameFileMusic.com

Monday, 21 January 2013

MUSIKUNST - Australia Day - 4pm Sat 26th January 2013

VALLEYS || THE TOYMOTOR LIGHTSHOW || M R S P K R

This month on Saturday 26th January at MUSIKUNST showcases 3 soloists on very personal musical journeys

VALLEYS
is the solo project of Ciaran Geoghegan. He uses walkman, guitar, contact mic and fx pedals to create loops, layers and drones ranging from soft ambience to noise.

THE TOYMOTOR LIGHTSHOW
Born from accident the Toymotor Lightshow is a one of a kind feedback generator that promises extreme and sometimes confusing atmospheres. Local experimental artist, David Incigneri will be guiding the device, making music from something that is not music.

M R S P K R
is Daniel Griffith, a Melbourne based sound artist focused mainly on the conjuring of abstract science fiction imagery through sonic landscapes. "Whale In A Box" is M R S P K R's improvised Liquid Architecture performance and involves the near destruction of vinyl on record player via tape delay, distortion, digital reverb and bit crushing.

As always, doors 4pm, sounds 4:30pm, $5/$10 entry
GB Hotel Basement 447 Church St Richmond


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ALSO...LOOKING FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST...

Seeking people who are interested in presenting a show of their own creation on the last Saturday of the month at MUSIKUNST in the basement of the Great Britain Hotel.

Applicants are free to create their own format and are encouraged to make full use of this unique space in whatever way would best enhance their performance.

For further details please contact Piers on 0415 958 182 

Electric Cultures II - The Old Bar - 24 Jan 2013


Fallopian Tunes presents Electric Cultures II ~~ a night presenting contemporary experimental electronic music. Much like its predecessor, Electric Cultures II continues to showcase artists on the periphery. The night involves artists who use a diversity sounds and genres as their medium of communication. Electric Cultures II will involve performances by Motion (Sic), Big Yawn, Tim Coster, Drooling Mystics and Bad Bones. It's on the 24th of January at The Old Bar. Eight dollars entry.

Motion (sic)
Motion (sic) is a duo making uncomfortable music for uncomfortable places.
https://soundcloud.com/motion-sic

Big Yawn
Big Yawn is a melbourne based project comprised of members Tim Slattery and Kinlay Denning. They perform with synths, samples and the drum-kit. Their music is a broadcast of transgressive industrial electronic sounds merged with ominous and assaulting beats.
Tumblr: http://electriccultures.tumblr.com/

Drooling Mystics
Drooling Mystics is the Gnostic Occult Ambient output of Melbourne based audio engineer Josh Bach.

Bad Bones
Getting high and looping shit.
http://fallopiantunes.bandcamp.com/track/breaksface

Tim Coster.
Tim Coster, from Auckland, now currently living in Melbourne, performing textural synthesiser music. Recent releases include solo cassettes on the Albert's Basement & No Kings labels, and he is currently working on a series of full-length solo recordings; ongoing collaborative projects include Houseplants, Vogue Forums, Velvet Hour, and Currer Bells.
http://timcoster.tumblr.com/
http://soundcloud.com/nokings/tim-coster-compliments

Facebook page: 
http://www.facebook.com/events/149099321908560/?fref=ts

(forwarded from Tim Slattery)

Sunday, 20 January 2013

Cross Brothers 'Live at Rat Palace' Tape Launch



Inevitable Orbit (Hi God People's Julian Williams flying the popfreak flag)
Cross Brothers (Unraveling guitar munge, punctuated by unwound anti-rhythms)
People Person (Super arpeggiated mind trickery duo, members of Snawklor & The French)
Matt Middleton (The Aesthetics/Crude/NZ transplanter of perspicacity)
8pm. Quick be the feet that run to mischief //

Thurs 24 Jan 2013
The Public Bar, North Melbourne
 8 PM

Friday, 18 January 2013

Call for curatorial expressions of interest - Liquid Architecture


Call for Curatorial Expressions of Interest 2013-2014

Liquid Architecture, Australiaʼs premier festival of the sonic arts, is seeking expressions of interest to curate the 2014 festival.

Since its inception in 1999, Liquid Architecture has presented an annual festival comprising a wide array of Australian and international artists working across the broad spectrum of music and sound art. We are looking for a person or team to curate a thoughtful program that challenges and invigorates Australian audiences, and maintaining the excellent standard of festival presentation that Liquid Architecture is renowned for internationally. While an aspect of touring performances should be part of the planned festival, there is opportunity to engage exhibition and alternative formats of presentation.

You will be supported by an experienced board, curatorial committee, general manager and production team.

The term of the appointment is approximately 18 months: February 2013 to September 2014.
Duties include:
2013
• Development of curatorial idea
• Curation of artists
• Development of project plan for festival in consultation with general manager.
• Liaison with artists, production teams, board members, funding bodies and other key festival stakeholders.
• Reporting to the Liquid Architecture board at key milestones.
• Grant writing to secure funding for 2014.
2014
• Curatorial delivery of Liquid Architecture festival.
• Acquittal of grants.

Selection criteria:
• An exciting initial curatorial vision(s) for the festival
• An ability to develop an ambitious but achievable project management plan
• Curatorial experience in running interesting and engaging audience events.
• Excellent communication skills, including developing media.
• Experience in dealing with a broad range of individuals and organisations.
• Excellent time management skills.
• Successful grant writing experience.

The successful recipient will receive remuneration in two stages: Initial funding for grant writing and concept development in 2013 (please contact us for this), and then a curatorial fee for delivery of the festival in 2014 (which will be subject to funding outcomes).

Proposals should be 1-2 pages, outlining your curatorial proposal/vision and addressing the selection criteria. Please include a current CV in addition to your proposal.

The deadline for expressions of interest is January 30, 2013, midnight.

Submissions should be made to Bianca Durrant, General Manager, via email biancadurrant@gmail.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

For further information, please contact Philip Samartzis philip.samartzis@rmit.edu.au This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Michael Graeve mg@michaelgraeve.com

(forwarded from Bianca Durrant)

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Tuesday January 22nd @ the Make It Up Club (15th Birthday Festival Week 2)


7.30pm Doors for an 8pm-sharp start.

The second week of Make It Up Club's 15th birthday festivities serves up a delectable buffet of sonic treats to ears hungry for extemporised waves of energy manifested as reverberations. The first-time trio of Gearoid Brinn, Peter Knight and Gareth Thomson illustrate methods for divorcing one's instrument from its traditional techniques through multiple outputs, processing and junk intervention respectively. Antediluvian Rocking Horse throw the ultimate improv party as they hack and slash through rave culture, post-everything culture and a-lack-of-culture as they smash together other people's music that should probably never, ever have gone together in the first place. Ex-Melbournite-current-Berliner Anthea Caddy, Australia's greatest avant-violist Erkki Veltheim, and Melbourne's favourite avant-folk genius Frances Plagne unite for what could be nothing less than pure unadulterated bliss in string form. Delicious counterpoint to the aforementioned stringbliss provided by perpetual enfant terribles Brendan Walls and Oren Ambarchi - enough said. And to top it all off we have the pleasure of bearing witness to the premiere performance of two of our national treasures, James Rushford and Joe Talia, with an international treasure in Canadian microsound artist Crys Cole, for a meeting of the minds that should prove to be some of the most well-considered, delicate and absolutely enjoyable improvised music to ever hit the Make It Up Club stage. 

Crys Cole (Canada), James Rushford and Joe Talia
Oren Ambarchi and Brendan Walls (Sydney)
Anthea Caddy (Berlin), Erkki Veltheim and Francis Plagne
Antediluvian Rocking Horse
Gearoid Brinn, Peter Knight and Gareth Thomson

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 7:30 pm for an 8:00 pm start
$5/$10

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Undue Noise Free Sat Jan 19 Bendigo

Undue Noise artists and friends take over the Conservatory in Rosalind Park for an evening of innovative sound art, sound sculpture and experimental film when the sun sets.
Saturday 19th January 8-10pm FREE
The Conservatory, Rosalind Park Bendigo. In order of playing
Muttboy
Rex Hardjadibrata has recently arrived in Central Vic and works with guitar, laptop & electronics and runs the Sound Crucible label. http://soundcrucible.com/
Cray
Ross Healy’s solo project. Tonight he will perform on the classic Buchla synthesiser. Another recent arrival in Central Vic, Ross also organises the Vicmod Ensemble of musicians who build their own synths and runs music label Vicmod Records http://www.vicmod.net/
Muttboy and Cray’s solo sets will “crossover” with a duo improv.
Candlesnuffer
David Brown is Australia’s premier exponent of “prepared” guitar. As Candlesnuffer he contorts his guitar with electronic devices, turning sounds inside out, shortening scales, reconstituting harmonic information, bringing forth the wrong side of noise. His first solo appearance in Bendigo – He’s previously performed here with other musicians. http://www.candlesnuffer.org/
Rod Cooper
For two decades Rod has constructed metallic instruments that become sculptural objects of sound.
He’ll bring one of them, probably The Vessel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDtjCCtqjqU
Jacques Soddell
Bendigo based acousmatic composer specialises in transforming field recordings of eveyday sounds into abstract sound compositions. He does the same to images, which will be projected onto Conservatory walls. He runs Australian sound art label cajid media http://cajid.com/jacques-soddell-cv.html
Paul Fletcher
Local artist Paul explores intersections of narrative and abstraction in experimental short film , animated image, sound performance and installations. He will present TOM COD remixed, a live remix & extension last year’s gallery exhibition by Paul with Gary Hillier. Sound Sculpture soundscapes and projected audiovision journeys through strange animated worlds and states of mind. Paul is also responsible for the Hidden Creatures exhibition that has become a regular part of the Bendigo Easter Fair. http://www.digitalcompost.net/

Graeme Gerrard Early Pieces

We are pleased to announce



Graeme Gerrard
Early Pieces
VMDL21
http://www.vicmod.net/artists/Graeme%20Gerrard/Graeme%20Gerrard.html

Sunday, 13 January 2013

DISCOBEANS MONDAY - 14/01/2013

We've got an arse-spankingly ripping line-up to start 2013, come on down!!

+ BINLINER (Album launch)
Binliner is the musical tag of Oskr Wyldkat. His love affair with electronic music stretches back more than a decade, through different cities and scenes that have since died out. He is therefore well primed to make some unconventional music. His first release is "fresh from the bin", from November 2012 on Hopskotch Records. Binliner draws influence from a wide array of sources - Warp Records, Bloody Fist,Kompakt, System Corrupt, DHR, Spiral Tribe, Clan Analogue, Oizo, Ed Banger, minimal, acid, jungle, grime, blah blah etc, just to name a few. However the music sits most comfortably in the field of glitch hop. Have a listen to the record, it's free.
http://hopskotch.bandcamp.com/album/fresh-from-the-bin
https://soundcloud.com/binliner/80beats-beyond-live-jam

+ BRUCE TIFFANY
One lady band of loops and keys singing songs of science.

+ WINDOWS 3.1
More bangin beats from Pure Hard Drance legends to set the dance floor on fire once again!

+ RICHIE CYNGLER
Richie Cyngler is an experimental audio interactionist. A modulator. A selector of fine frequencies. A synthetic painter of oscillations in time. An electrical tinkerer, instrument builder and glitchpop on the internet.
www.glitchpop.com

+ MUDDY LAWRENCE
The story of Noah's Ark.
http://muddylawrence.bandcamp.com/


Doors 7PM!!!
$5 entry
238 High St. Northcote

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/events/327737430674206/

Saturday, 12 January 2013

The Four Seasons: suite for turntable - Clinton Green

A series of four films made over the past year and a bit of unplugged/acoustic turntable improvisations in my backyard.  The films can be viewed individually, or simultaneously as a four-screen film/quartet.

Thursday, 10 January 2013

Tuesday January 15th @ the Make It Up Club (15th Birthday Festival Week 1)

7.30pm Doors for an 8pm-sharp start.

The MIUC's 15th birthday celebrations kick off this Tuesday with five suitably diverse groupings - traversing the inaudible to the deafening, the organic to the processed, the tonal to the textural - all the while celebrating the sheer joy that is improvised music! A tip of the hat to MIUC's free jazz roots with the old-and-new-garde grouping of Ren Walters, James Mclean, Scott McConnachie, Brett Evans and Christopher Young kicks off proceedings; with the speaker-shredding aural violence that is Death By Cones quickly following to ensure you know for sure it's 2013. Two of the most beautiful extended voices in Melbourne, Carolyn Connors and Emma Albury, as well as two of the most terrifyingly grimm extended voices in Melbourne, Emma Albury and the entity known as Voidhanger, team up with the terrifyingly beautiful guitar of Alex Garsden for a cult collaboration of the most brutal/beautiful/brutiful kind. Bum Creek and Wife revive their awesomely confusing and confusingly awesome battle royale/collaboration for those unfortunate enough to have missed it at MIUC in early 2012. Finally, renowned French turntablist and 'musical travel agent' Philippe Petit goes head to head with Canberran guitarist Shoeb Ahmad for a world-class set of improv that should prove to be as deep, dark and immense as the Indian Ocean that usually separates the two.


Philippe Petit (France) and Shoeb Ahmad (Canberra)
Bum Creek vs. Wife feat. Trevelyan Clay, Sam Karmel, Tarquin Manek, Samaan Fieck and Eric Demetriou
Edryan Hakim, Emma Albury, Carolyn Connors and Alex Garsden
Death By Cones feat. Nik Kennedy, Phillip Holquinn, Mark Groves and Mark Skelton
Ren Walters, James Mclean, Scott McConnachie, Brett Evans and Christopher Young


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 7:30 pm for an 8:00 pm start
$5/$10


Sunday, 6 January 2013

MUSIKUNST - last Saturday of the month

LOOKING FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST...

Seeking people who are interested in presenting a show of their own creation on the last Saturday of the month at MUSIKUNST in the basement of the Great Britain Hotel.

Applicants are free to create their own format and are encouraged to make full use of this unique space in whatever way would best enhance their performance.

For further details please contact Piers on 0415 958 182

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Make It Up Club 15th Birthday Festival, January 2013

Since 1998, the MIUC has been presenting a weekly concert series of avant garde improvised music and sound performance in Melbourne, and 2013 marks our 15th anniversary! Join us at Bar Open for the final three Tuesdays of January to celebrate the sublime, brutal, rarefied and cathartic beauty of the contemporary, improvised sonoverse. Featuring 15 adventurous and uncompromising collaborations (one for each year of our existence), which boldly traverse idioms and instrumentations, transcend regional and aesthetic borders, and embody the very possibilities of spontaneous music creation. 


January 15th

Philippe Petit (France) and Shoeb Ahmad (Canberra)
Bum Creek vs. Wife feat. Trevelyan Clay, Sam Karmel, Tarquin Manek, Samaan Fieck and Eric Demetriou
Edryan Hakim, Emma Albury, Carolyn Connors and Alex Garsden
Death By Cones feat. Nik Kennedy, Phillip Holquinn, Mark Groves and Mark Skelton
Ren Walters, James Mclean, Scott McConnachie, Brett Evans and Christopher Young

January 22nd

Crys Cole (Canada), James Rushford and Joe Talia
Oren Ambarchi and Brendan Walls (Sydney)
Anthea Caddy (Berlin), Erkki Veltheim and Francis Plagne
Antediluvian Rocking Horse
Gearoid Brinn, Peter Knight and Gareth Thomson

January 29th

Bucketrider feat. Tim O'Dwyer (Singapore), James Wilkinson (Singapore), Adam Simmons, Dave Brown and Sean Baxter
Charles Ives Singers with Mani Neumeier (Germany), Paul Kidney and Don Rogers
Steve Heather (Germany), Jeff Henderson (New Zealand), Rod Cooper and John Jacobs
Joel Stern (Brisbane) and Dean Roberts (New Zealand)
Steven Richards, Mitchell Brennan, Fjorn Butler and Cooper Bowman

 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