SONIC MOVES
Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

SONIC MOVES

SONIC MOVES is back in action at our new venue, Halfback Books at Dee Why on Thursday 26th April from 6-9pm with a wonderful line up of experimental sounds. Continuing with our drawing response invitations, people are welcome to come and enjoy the artist’s sonic impressions and if you feel that way inclined, you are welcome to draw in response to what you are hearing and feeling.
*Spatio-Temporal Anomalies
*Fabels
*Silver Beat

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Dr Rosenberg’s Wunderkammer
Apr
29
2:00 PM14:00

Dr Rosenberg’s Wunderkammer

On this last day of the Wunderkammer, Jon Rose is closing the doors of perception with a concert on the Fence. Originally a commission from Kronos string quartet and The Opera House, Jon created four fences as concert stage replacements for the real outback thing.

He also made a prototype, and this he kept; you can hear it in an extended set today.  Following that, he will lead a guided tour of the museum, communicating and explaining the various bizarre and unlikely stories that have become associated with the collection.

Concerts every Sunday of April from 2PM at Delmar Gallery. 
Free Admission. 

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Sizzle 2018
Apr
29
3:00 PM15:00

Sizzle 2018

From art music to pop music and everything in between, Sizzle returns to the Petersham Bowling Club for another year of free, family-friendly aural delights. 2018 features Ensemble Offspring’s virtuosic instrumentalists alongside two driving forces in Sydney’s music world; Satsuki Odamura and her Koto Ensemble and Alice Chance with her new work for you, the audience, entitled The Audience Choir. David Lang’s Cheating, Lying, Stealing whirls through the club alongside the Australian premiere of Erik Griswold’s Action Music 2, and we once again hear from 2017 Hatched Academy composer Ciaran Frame with his catchy quartet Listeners as Spectators. Our brand new Hatched Associate Artist, Georgina Oakes joins us for the first time on clarinet and Liz Jigalin returns with another interactive musical experience featuring her Sound Parcels downstairs – a one on one sonic adventure where you get to take home your own little sound parcel made live by Liz.
 

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SICKO Launch Party
Apr
29
6:00 PM18:00

SICKO Launch Party

The Launch of Sydney’s newest weekly night of exploratory music.
Think 3 hours of the Knitting Factory on a Sunday night, followed by two hours of kooky, weird and left of centre DJs or live electronica.
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Paris Pompour
Hinterlandt
Dingbats?
Sofie Loizou
Jack Shit

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The Sounds Unsound Presents #15
May
2
6:30 PM18:30

The Sounds Unsound Presents #15

Number 15 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.

6.30pm doors
7.00pm Simeon Bartholomew
8.00pm Ben and Hiske (Fabels)
9.00pm Mr Plebatron
10.00pm Forenzics
Soundscape Interludes by Matthew Syres

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FIGHT CLUB (VIC)
May
3
8:00 PM20:00

FIGHT CLUB (VIC)

Set 1 - Freya Schack-Arnott + Jim Denley + Bonnie Stewart + Reuben Lewis
Set 2 - David Brown + Ronny Ferella + Reuben Lewis

From 8pm to 10-ish, $20 cash at the door ($10 concession). BYO anything you want to eat or drink.

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Peggy album launch featuring Jon Rose and Chris Abrahams
May
7
8:00 PM20:00

Peggy album launch featuring Jon Rose and Chris Abrahams

On a Monday evening in late November 2017, two of Australia’s most prolific musicians performed together in the living room of the late Peggy Glanville-Hicks. It was the first-time violinist Jon Rose and pianist Chris Abrahams had collaborated in a duo setting. 

What they created that night has resulted in their forthcoming album Peggy, a raw and vivid unedited recording of that meeting. To celebrate its release, Rose and Abrahams will collaborate again at Foundry616 tonight.

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TA GO LAK
Jun
14
8:00 PM20:00

TA GO LAK

Ta Go Lak performs a selection of compositions and improvisations emerging in response to Korean traditional rhythmic structures, as well as sounds and textures from the Asia Pacific region. 

Chloe Kim
Hannah Kim
Simon Barker

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