Jo Truman and Andy Milne present a work which traverses acoustic and electronic spaces for voice, piano and electronic interfaces.
Created by pioneering Japanese sound artist Asuna, 100
Keyboards is a captivating site-specific listening experience.
One hundred cheap plastic keyboards play the same key,
generating an undulating sonic harmony both mesmerising and
mysterious. Sound waves on the same frequency multiply and
bounce off in a myriad of directions, creating a complex sonic field of interference and reverberation that swells and changes over time.
Exorcism is a party and performance night themed on the liberatory power of reclaiming spiritual shame. This program gathers queer poc artists who work to transform, recast or repurpose religious and devotional experience to invent new horizons of being.
Athena Thebus (Doggy)
Black Tree (live)
Sonic Workshop With Asuna
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn about the use of sound as conceptual practice in the field of contemporary art, with Japanese artist Asuna.
Discover subtle acoustic variations in listening points and sound distribution, and learn about Asuna’s process using low- keyboards.
Towel: an unpredictable collaboration between Josh Shipton and classical pianist Zoe Gallagher-Avery (and a parrot)
Elsen Price - Australian Double Bassist Extraordinaire!!!
Evil Heat. - will be enacting one of 3 major experimental video/sound compositions, that arrived in the last 12months.from the void to you .
Matthew Syres - 90% of the handsome behind The Sounds Unsound, Forenzics and Syntax Error providing sonic terrorism.
Aqrn - Improvised ambience. Electronics, tape loops, and loud guitars
The People's Republic
is incredibly PROUD and THRILLED to present work
from two icons of Sydney experimental arts
in an unique evening of film and performance...
THE LOOP ORCHESTRA
Witkacy & Malinowski:
a cinematic séance in 23 scenes
INTRODUCED BY FILMMAKER
SUNDAY 21st October
COMMENCING AT 7.30 P.M. [doors at 7 p.m.]
Dear music lovers,
the NOW now returns for another night of beautiful sounds, human interactions and world betterment through community.
What does this mean?
Doors at 7pm.
Lisa McCowage & Laura Altman
opus now #12
October 25th • Doors Open 7pm • Music 7:30pm
A concert series exploring relationships between the music of today, indigenous music and Beethoven's sixteen String Quartets
*** Featuring ***
Ben Ward - solo double bass improvised composition
Beethoven String Quartet no.12 Opus 127 - Opus Now Quartet
The Cope Street Parade
Tickets at www.cpproductions.com.au/opus-now/
Tickets from $15
Drinks $5 cash only
HIgh-Vis rate $10 + VB
lost+sound is delighted to take you on another technicolour journey with the second of our pop+up curated concert experiences. It’s an exhibition for your ears. Like individual paintings in a gallery, complete worlds are waiting to be discovered in four twenty-minute sets – each more distinctive than the last.
FULL LINE-UP TO BE ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK
On the spOoOokiest night of the year (Halloween Eve), the Onsemble will convene at member's residence for the creEeEeEpiest house concert you've ever seen...
Musical acts will be interspersed throughout a night of eEiEiIerie merriment, culminating in one final midnight improvisation to usher in Halloween. (BYO (probably))
Including such ghoulish delights as:
A Spooky Sauna
Don’t miss this rare chance to see Aelita: Queen of Mars (1924) on the silver screen, with a newly commissioned live score by acclaimed Sydney electronic artist Lucy Cliché.
Tickets available now via Qtix: $15 adult, $12 concession/member.
More information: artgallery.nsw.gov.au/calendar/aelita-lucy-cliche
Image: Still from Aelita
Number 21 in the resurrected series of improvised, experimental or just plain weird yet beautiful music nights. Still blending the acoustic with the electric, the subtle with the bombastic.
5.00pm Doors and Happy Hour(s)
7.00pm Laura Altman
8.00pm Act For Birds (Subespai/Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson)
9.00pm Andrew Tuttle
Visuals by LIVING SCIENCE Dept. (Colum Skeleton)
Soundscape interludes by Matthew Syres
The time has come, humans, for GEORGIASWEBB to release her latest album, Mibo. It’s going to be, in all senses of the word, a celebration.
$15 on the door.
Stieble Eltron (https://www.facebook.com/Stieble/)
.ilex (djing till late) (https://m.mixcloud.com/_ilex/)
Obsidian Sydney - Nov 16 - Warehouse Venue TBA
Beau Wanzer (L.I.E.S / Jealous God)
Lucy Cliché (Noise In My Head / Fleisch)
WRX (Altered States Tapes)
Ticket sales: $40
Singles Club, curated by Bree van Reyk, brings together a collection of artists from different disciplines for a set of solo music/dance/art performances. Each piece will be a world premiere and the culmination of a one-on-one exchange between artists: Bree van Reyk, Kate Moore, Marcus Whale, Rhiannon Newtown, Cor Fuhler and Lauren Brincat. Alice Chance satisfies your craving for sonic loops with a new 'Infinity for Dinner' installation, inviting you to play with sound until you've sculpted the music to your taste.
Garageworks is a series of music nights at Bankstown Arts Centre celebrating musicians from the garages and studios of Western Sydney and beyond.
Each event features a diverse cross section of performers from the local community and further afield loosely connected through experimentation across a range of genres.
The Splinter Orchestra
Doors open 6pm. Age 16+
Tickets $10 presale or $15 at the event
$5 for students or groups of 5+
Skram Luff // Wirecutters (VIC/NSW)
Presented by Bohemian Grove at Lamps (Hibernian House)
Doors at 7pm, music starts at 7:30pm. $10 donation. BYO.
Amanda Stewart - voice and text
Clara Pitt - flutes, Laura Altman- clarinet and electronics, Mel Herbert - violin
Rhys Butler - alto saxophone
Richard Johnson - soprano saxophone, baritone sax, bird calls, prepared drum mute.
John Porter - tenor saxophone
Desire Lines is back with a fresh new spring event! U come?
~ ARTISTS ~
Alaska Orchestra, Danny Wild (Low Flung), Diego Bonetto, Display Homes, Enderie Andrew, Nuatal (in conversation with Nick Sun), Ivey Wawn, Kassidy Waters, The Rangoons, Vonne Patiag, Yola Castles
~ DETAILS ~
Walking tour: two consecutive sundays. Pick a date.
7 October 2018 // 14 October 2017
Please note: each walk is unique ! If you want to see something in particular feel free to contact our interns Maus Parker & Seb Henry-Jones to ask which date(s) a specific artist will be participating in.