Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Room Overlay - West Space 28 May - 4 July 2015

 
room overlay/5weeks/thursdays 6-7pm/accumulation 
Geoff Robinson 
West Space 28 May- 4 July

room overlay/5 weeks /thursdays 6-7pm/accumulation takes sound recordings made with musicians within indoor public sites in Melbourne and sequentially overlays them onto West Space through a series of events over the duration of the exhibition. 

live overlay events at West Space:

overlay 1 Thursday 28 May 6-7pm (opening) West Space / Westpac Centre-former Olympic Swimming Stadium and Melbourne Sports & Entertainment Centre (concrete steel glass timber) / Michael McNab (percussion)

overlay 2 Thursday 4 June 6-7pm West Space / South Lawn Underground Car Park, University of Melbourne (concrete) / Benjamin Woods (double bass)

overlay 3 Thursday 11 June 6-7pm West Space / Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Centre (concrete glass water timber) / Alice Hui-Sheng Chang (voice)

overlay 4 Thursday 18 June 6-7pm West Space / Wilson Hall, University of Melbourne (timber glass linoleum marble) / Alexander Garsden (pipe organ)

overlay 5 Thursday 25 June 6-7pm West Space / Sidney Myer Music Bowl (aluminium steel concrete) / Aviva Endean (clarinet)

Further information including gallery hours can be found here http://westspace.org.au

(forwarded from Geoff Robinson)

Monday, 25 May 2015

THIS Ensemble - Cross Street - 30 May 2015


THIS Ensemble
'Under the circumstances, again'

Saturday 30 May, 2015
5pm to late

Cross Street (Moreland City Band Hall, behind bowls club)
16 Cross Street, East Brunswick

Facebook event

XSL

Thalamus Lab have just released a new album called XSL, including a track from Melbourne musician, Vertical Noise
The XSL project compiled sounds contributed by more than 50 artists around the world, thereby developing a sound library for the production of the album.

Sounds were then made available online for free, and after three months the open collaboration closed with 37 entries of new works.
Thalamus Lab  made a selection for the compilation which includes tracks by Clicks & Keys, Logical Disorder, Alpha Cephei, Kilstk Wrams, Dhuz Bazz, Juan Cristobal Ribes, Gis_Sweden, Matt Burnett, Vertical Noise and Davic Nod.

The album is now online and free to download. Enjoy it!!

After a series of presentations by collaborators Harvestworks (New York), Niu : espai artístic (Barcelona) and netlabelism.com (Ghent, Phnom Penh), the project will be showcased at Sónar Festival the 19th of June by Davic Nod.

Many thanks to all contributors, collaborators and Sónar!



Download Address
http://www.thalamuslab.com/xsl/

(forwarded from Clive Bourne)

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Nunique Quartet - Conduit - 28 May 2015

CONDUIT ARTS
presents 
Performance
new music/composition/improvisation/visuals/acoustic/electronics
Thursday 28th May 2015 at 8:00pm

Nunique
Quartet
Featuring

Brigid Burke
Steve Falk
Megan Kenny
Charles MacInnes

Curator:              Brigid Burke               www.brigid.com.au
83 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Vic Australia
 
(forwarded from Brigid Burke)



Tuesday, 19 May 2015

The Birds Conference - Conduit - 22 May 2015

 
Elnaz Sheshgelani, Clinton Green & Shani Mohini-Holmes perform Sheshgelani’s The Birds Conference
 
Elnaz Sheshgelani’s play “The Birds Conference” premiered as part of La Mama Theatre’s Explorations series for a brief run of three nights in November 2014. For one night only at Conduit Arts, Sheshgelani is rejoined by Clinton Green & Shani Mohini-Holmes to revive their creative partnership in the world of the birds, presenting several episodes of the play in an intimate setting, with lighting design by Simon Fisher.
 
Opening proceedings on the night will be:
 
Shani Mohini-Holmes/Adrian Sherriff duo
Clinton Green (solo)
 
Friday 22 May, 2015 – 8pm
Conduit Arts, 83 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
Entry: $10
 
 
The full production of the play will return to La Mama for a longer season later in 2015.

Wusong River - ACMI - 27 May 2015


Presented within a cinema space, Wusong River is an immersive multi-channel soundscape composed by sound artist Byron Huang-Dean. The work explores the sonic fabric of urban environments in Shanghai that follow the course of the Suzhou Creek, also known as the Wusong River. 

27th May 2015, 6:45pm - 7:30pm
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Fed Square, Melbourne. 
Tickets: Free

More information visit www.acmi.net.au

​Supported by the City of Melbourne through the Arts Grants Program.
 
(forwarded from Byron Huang-Dean)

Monday, 18 May 2015

INLAND 15.1: Far Below Lies The World - Church of All Nations - 25 May 2015


inland 15.1

- far below lies the world -

performances by:

Carolyn Connors
Jim Denley
Rohan Drape & Elizabeth Welsh
Alexander Garsden
Erkki Veltheim

and featuring works by Anthony Pateras & Clarence Barlow

8pm, Monday 25th May, Church of All Nations, 180 Palmerston St. Carlton.
Tickets: Full $20/Concession $12, Available at the door



(forwarded from Alexander Garsden)

Friday, 8 May 2015

Ultra / Hyper - Magnet Official Opening Party

Saturday 9th May
3pm - Midnight
$10 ticketed / $15 door sales

Tickets - http://www.trybooking.com/HOJZ

Ultra / Hyper is a sound showcase offering a diverse lineup of musical eccentricities.

In it's debut manifestation in 2015, the show also celebrates the official opening of Magnet, a new sonic space built to nurture sound arts in Melbourne.

Who is performing?

Ornithologist
https://ornithologist.bandcamp.com/releases
Glitch grind - Cyborg Aviary Cacophony


Umbilical Tentacle
https://tenzenmen.bandcamp.com/track/the-suction
Noisecore - partygrindharshsurfmoshnoisecore


Gatherer
https://gatherer.bandcamp.com/
Prog Pop - Geological Upheaval


Warmth Crashes In
https://warmthcrashesin.bandcamp.com/
Space Rock - Relentless Dreamtime

Roundtable
https://soundcloud.com/roundtable-melbourne
Progressive stoner - Lore of alternate realms

Hoarse
https://hoarseflem.bandcamp.com/releases
Post Hardcore - Noise Rock Melt

Pussyjuice
https://kingcrime.bandcamp.com/
Garage - Vibes king

PLUS purveyance of experimental noise realms from various Melbourne sound artists

Peter James
Nat Grant
cleaninglady
Rod Cooper

Magnet
11 Roosevelt St
Coburg
Melborne, VIC 3058

www.magnetmelbourne.com

For enquiries contact
studios@magnetmelbourne.com.au

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Astral Flight . Nat Grant . Todd Anderson-Kunert . Light Sleepter . Lilith . DJ Bleepmeister .

Friday May 8th at 24 Moons - 2 Arthurton Road Northcote - 9pm-1am.

ICEAGE PRODUCTIONS & The Art of BLEEP! presents:

☆ ASTRAL FLIGHT

☆ NAT GRANT

☆ TODD ANDERSON-KUNERT

☆ LIGHT SLEEPER

☆ LILITH

☆ DJ Bleepmeister

☆☆☆ FREE ENTRY ☆☆☆

http://www.pbsfm.org.au/artofbleep

https://iceageproductions.bandcamp.com/

facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/846430795428233/

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

SABBATICAL PRESENTS: BLEACH BOYS



Thursday May 7 at Longplay, 318 St. Georges Road Fitzroy North.

Launch show for 'Yes', a new cassette+download on Sabbatical from Maya-Victoria Kjellstrand's Bleach Boys Project. Also performing are Trust, Nat Grant and Pewter Snake Necklace. 

$10 entry for an 8pm start. Tapes $10 - listen here: https://sbbtcl.bandcamp.com/album/yes

facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1617329548499101/?ref=ts&fref=ts

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Slight Nightmare "Delicate Grip" EP




Prefix Tapes are pleased to announce the physical release of the new Slight Nightmare EP. "Delicate Grip" is a dark and ominous collage work reminiscent of The Haxan Cloak and terror-inducing horror movie soundtracks. An audio assassination and an absolute head-fuck. Check the release out: 

https://www.facebook.com/prefixtapes?fref=ts

(forwarded from Prefix Tapes)

Low Nox - Vice Bar - 9 May 2015

Low Nox is the solo drone/bliss-scape/general electronic weirdness project of John Atkinson from Aa (Los Angeles/Brooklyn).  He's returning to Melbourne after playing a couple of stunning shows last year - this is one really not to be missed. 
Here he'll be joined by locals Footy, whose dual electric-piano improvisations create pulsing, minimal and frequently gorgeous sound-scapes, and new-ish noisemakers Repellant, featuring Evelyn Morris and Grace Anderson.  This should make for a riveting Saturday night's musical expedition/journey. $6. Vice Bar, 42 Johnston Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065.


(forwarded from Paddy)

Sunday, 3 May 2015

Craft Swop B at Conduit Arts this Thursday May 7

This Thursday at Conduit Arts - an evening of sound-related performance, featuring some unique and special artists, curated by Barnaby Oliver:

Paul Rodgers

Audio-visual innovator, and founder member of London’s legendary Loophole Cinema, promises B&WTV, Camera, Vision Mixer, Korg MS20, Drum Machine, Theremin, Effects pedals, & some other odd things, & with feedback, with some TG, Suicide, with a bit of Casio, & Nam June Paik, Electronic, Mechanics, Old Technology,Anarchic Tendency from the twentieth-century.

Tim Catlin

Instrument inventor and founder of the amazing Overtone Ensemble, whose new album ‘Whorls’ (with Machinefabriek) is out soon on Low Point. Tim will be performing on acoustic synthesiser/vibrissa.

Anna Fern with Sjaak de Jong

Melbourne’s foremost exponents of sound poetry. Alongside new and improvised work, they will perform parts of Kurt Schwitters’ dadaist classic ‘Ursonate'

Barnaby Oliver with Simon Whitehead

Whitehead and Oliver have collaborated remotely for many years now. Originally using the postal service as a means to exchange material between their relative geographical locations, they have now developed an online process of sharing and altering materials as part of a long term commitment. In the 90‘s they would meet regularly to perform together and construct spaces with shared materials. They now rarely meet in person and location and concentrate instead on a process of working and responding with an emphasis on materiality and a constant cycle of alteration. Here the work, though referencing discrete locations, becomes so altered that it appears to hover between places. For this show they will present a live web-based sound/movement collaboration.

Thursday May 7, 8pm, Conduit Arts Initiative, 83 Brunswick Street Fitzroy (http://www.conduitarts.org). Entry $10

Friday, 1 May 2015

AVANTWHATEVER MONTHLY - MAY 2015


Avantwhatever Monthly – May 2015

Jim Denley, Ben Byrne & Arek Gulbenkoglu

The Alderman
134 Lygon St
Brunswick
Wednesday May 27
Entry $10 | 8pm

Avantwhatever Monthly is held at The Alderman in Brunswick. This year it’ll be happening on different days and at different times month to month. Join the Avantwhatever group on Facebook or go to www.avantwhatever.comand sign up to the mailing list to hear about upcoming releases and events.

Performer details:

Jim Denley

born Bulli, Australia 22/1/57

www.splitrec.com

An emphasis on spontaneity, site-specific practice and collaboration has been central to his work. He sees no clear distinctions between his roles as instrumentalist, improviser and composer. He has played throughout Australia, Europe, Japan and the US with artists such as Maggie Nichols, Kari Rønnekleiv, Stevie Wishart, Sidsel Endresen, Thembi Soddell, Natasha Anderson, Monika Brooks, Clare Cooper, Tess de Quincy, Ami Yoshida, Amanda Stewart, Ikue Mori, Sachiko M, and Annette Krebs.

Ben Byrne

Ben Byrne is a scholar, musician and curator interested in sonic art, media and culture. He is currently teaching in Media & Communication at RMIT University. He recently completed a PhD, producing a thesis, Murmur, that argues sound is a multiplicity. He has performed extensively in Australia and overseas over the past ten years, using a variety of electronics. Notable recent performances include appearances at Melbourne Music Week, Myopic Books Music Series, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, the NOW now festival and series, Moduluxxx, the Make It Up Club and Avantwhatever events, among many others.


Arek Gulbenkoglu

Arek Gulbenkoglu is a musician that has been playing on the Australian scene for years. He has played at numerous Australian experimental music festivals including regular performances at What is Music? as well as i.audio and the NOW now. He has also released two records with Dworzec, an album with Green Beret and solo albums on the impermanent recordings and Document labels. He recently self-released his new solo record 'The Reoccurence'.