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The Sounds Unsound Presents: Tabata Mitsuru & Junzo Suzuki

  • The Hideaway Bar 156 Enmore Road Enmore, NSW, 2042 Australia (map)

What better way to kick off the new Sounds Unsound Presents irregular special event series than by hosting, all the way from Japan, the incredible guitar duo of Tabata Mitsuru & Junzo Suzuki (ex Acid Mothers Temple, Zenkeva, Boredoms) performing a special improvised set, with fantastic local support from Echolyte, Defektro, Charlie Sundborn and Sawfish 623.

Projections by LIVING SCIENCE Dept. and live soundscapes by Matthew Syres and David Lawford will also feature thought the night.

Doors at 3pm, $10 on the door

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TABATA MITSURU & Suzuki Junzo/スズキジュンゾ
On first ever tour of Australia, guitarists Tabata Mitsuru and Junzo Suzuki will be drawing on their unique musical histories with such seminal Japanese experimental acts as Acid Mothers Temple, Zenkeva, and Boredoms to create a performance of truly exceptional improvised music. Not to be missed.

Echolyte are a duo consisting of Ricarda Reeck and Nick Potts, playing trad trance, combining medieval, folk, prog rock and minimalist elements.

Hirofumi Uchino, a futuristic Dr Frankenstien, is the evil mastermind and father of the machines used in Defektro. The sound is produced by the machines, sampled, effected chewed up and spat out much to the pleasure of the audience.

Charlie Sundborn
Charlie Sundborn is a musician who works on Cammeraygal and Cadigal land and was born in 1997. He plays the Saxophone as Charlie and makes rap music as Neurotic Bandit. He searches for peace and happiness through repetition and circular breathing on his instrument. He is currently working on a solo saxophone album, which will be released on cassette and online at the end of the year.

Sawfish 623
Sawfish 623 is a Sydney based dark ambient, doom, improvised and experimental duo featuring Matthew Syres on guitars and David Lawford on electronics.

Visuals by LIVING SCIENCE Dept. (Colum Skeleton)

Soundscape interludes by Matthew Syres & David Lawford