08 11 2009
#2358

Oren Ambarchi November/December live aktionism

Wed Nov 11
Oren Ambarchi & Robbie Avenaim Duo
+ Marco Fusinato, Ohymach
Hatred Of Fantastic
@ Horse Bazaar
397 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne
Australia
http://www.horsebazaar.com.au/

Mon Nov 16
Gravetemple (Ambarchi, O'Malley, Csihar)
+ Aaron Dilloway
Calling Out Of Context
@ ICA
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH
UK
http://www.ica.org.uk/

Tue Nov 24
Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O'Malley, Massimo Pupillo Trio
+ Asad Arkestra
@ De Kreun
Conservatoriumplein
8500 Kortrijk
Belgium
http://dekreun.be/

Wed Nov 25
Oren Ambarchi solo
+ Paramount Styles
@ Unwound
Via Dalmazia (zona Arcella) Padova,
Padova
Italy
http://www.unwound.it/

Thu Nov 26
Oren Ambarchi & Msssimo Pupillo Duo
+ ZZZ
@ Bronson
Via Cella, 50
Madonna dell'Albero di
Ravenna
Italy
http://www.bronsonproduzioni.com/

Sat Nov 28
Oren Ambarchi & Msssimo Pupillo Duo
@ O'
Via Pastrengo, 12,
Milano
Italy

Sun Nov 29
Oren Ambarchi & Msssimo Pupillo Duo
+ Gr U + Do not cross the railway
@ Sinister Noise Club
Via dei Magazzini Generali, 4b
Ostiense (Metro Piramide)
Roma
Italy
http://www.myspace.com/sinisternoiseclub

Mon Nov 30
Oren Ambarchi solo
@ Anglikāņu Baznīcā,
Anglikāņu iela 2a
LV-1050 Rīga
Latvia
http://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglik%C4%81%C5%86u_bazn%C4%ABca

Sun Dec 13
John Wiese Ensemble featuring Oren Ambarchi, Marco Fusinato, Dave Brown, Robbie Avenaim, Sean Baxter, Dale Gorfinkel, Jon Rose, Clayton Thomas, Clare Cooper, Lloyd Honeybrook, Adam Simmons, Nik Kennedy, Carolyn Connors and David Shea
@ What is music?
East Brunswick Hotel
280 Lygon Street
East Brunswick
Melbourne
Australia
www.whatismusic.com

Thu Dec 17
Oren Ambarchi & Matt 'Skitz' Sanders duo
+ John Wiese, Robert Piotrowicz, Lloyd Honeybrook
@ What is music?
East Brunswick Hotel
280 Lygon Street
East Brunswick
Melbourne
Australia
www.whatismusic.com

07 11 2009
#2357
05 11 2009
#2356

KTL live in November

KTL will be performing 3 concerts this coming week in Central Europe. Please come out for these rare concerts!

KTL @ Unlimited 23 Festival
Wels, Austria
Friday, Nov 6 2009, 10:00 PM

KTL @ Gartenbaukino / Wien Modern
performing live to Victor Sjöström's 1921 psychological supernatural proto-horror masterpiece "Körkalen / The Phantom Carriage"
Vienna, Austria
Saturday, Nov 7 2009, 11:00 PM

KTL @ Kino Šiška
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tuesday, Nov 10 2009, 10:00 PM

04 11 2009
#2355

Lotus Eaters vinyl


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Available shortly from Taiga of Minneapolis. www.taigarecords.com

04 11 2009
#2354

Cute miniature synths


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More pocket synths by Dan McPharlin here.

04 11 2009
#2353

Performa 09


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Music for 16 Futurist Noise Intoners
November 12 at 8 pm

Town Hall
123 West 43rd Street, New York

A Fantastic World Superimposed on Reality: A Select History of Experimental Music, Curated by Mike Kelley
November 20 and 21 from 6 pm-midnight

The Gramercy Theater
127 East 23rd Street, New York

http://www.performa-arts.org

MUSIC FOR 16 FUTURIST NOISE INTONERS

All-Star Cast of Experimental Composers to Perform on Reconstructions of Legendary Futurist Instruments Not Heard Since 1913!

"They are the DNA of experimental music!" said Elliot Sharp when he had a chance to play one of the first 'noise intoners' commissioned by Performa for Performa 09, in celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the launch of Futurism. Music For 16 Futurist Noise Intoners will be an extraordinary historic evening in itself; all sixteen instruments that Luigi Russolo built and performed with fellow Futurists only once at the home of F.T. Marinetti in 1913, will be together on stage for an evening-length concert of original scores and compositions by the most significant and adventurous of contemporary experimental composers. As the first instruments capable of creating and manipulating sound through entirely mechanical processes, the intonarumori can be considered as the original analog synthesizer, and the ancestors to the most up-to-date electronic instruments used today.

Luciano Chessa, composer and Russolo scholar, directed the reconstruction of the instruments and conducts the evening, which includes live performances of three legendary pieces from the past —a fragment from Russolo's spooky Risveglio di una città (1913), La pioggia nel pineto antidannunziana, a newly-discovered 1916 Futurist piece for intonarumori, and Words in Freedom by Futurist playwright and poet Paolo Buzzi -- and wonderfully poetic compositions from the present, including Einstuerzende Neubauten frontman and Nick Cave collaborator Blixa Bargeld, avant-garde saxophonist John Butcher, Deep Listening pioneer Pauline Oliveros, Faith No More and Mr. Bungle vocalist Mike Patton, sound and text-based performer Anat Pick, avant-garde musician Elliott Sharp, vocalist and composer Joan Le Barbara, composer and vocalist Jennifer Walshe collaborating with composer and film/video artist Tony Conrad, and Icelandic supergroup Ghostigital with Finboggi Petursson and Casper Electronics.

Music for 16 Futurist Noise Intoners is commissioned by Performa with SFMoMA and the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC). Curated with Luciano Chessa with Esa Nickle (Performa).

A FANTASTIC WORLD SUPERIMPOSED ON REALITY:
A SELECT HISTORY OF EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC, CURATED BY MIKE KELLEY

Two Day Mini-Festival to Present an Exciting Line-Up of Key Musicians and Artists Who Developed the Dynamic Trajectory of Experimental Noise Music

A mini-festival of noise and avant-garde music curated by internationally acclaimed visual artist Mike Kelley, A Fantastic World traces the development of experimental music from the Futurists to Fluxus, from the New York No Wave scene to the industrial sounds of Europe, the groundbreaking Los Angeles Free Music Society, and beyond.

Artists headlining the two-day event include Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore, text-based sound artist Z'EV, No Wave pioneer Arto Lindsay, Half-Japanese co-founder Jad Fair, avant-garde composer and musician John Zorn, experimental musician and filmmaker Tony Conrad, vocalist and composer Joan La Barbara, singer and composer Shelley Hirsch and turntablist and visual artist Christian Marclay, electroacoustic trailblazer John Duncan, Joe Potts (Le Forte Four)-headed musical ensemble Airway, Throbbing Gristle leader Genesis Breyer P.Orridge, and Mike Kelley's own seminal "anti-rock" group Destroy All Monsters. There will also be reconstructions of historic works by John Cage, Fred Frith, Fluxus, Bruce Nauman, and Max Neuhaus, connecting the contemporary proponents of experimental music performing in the festival to their legendary antecedents.

Curator Mike Kelley was born in Detroit in 1954 and brought up amidst the city's well-known music scene, which spawned bands such as Iggy and the Stooges and MC5. A Fantastic World explores Kelley's longtime interest in experimental avant-garde music playing with bands such as Destroy All Monsters and Extended Organ.

A Fantastic World is presented by Performa. Curated by Mike Kelley and Performa Curator Mark Beasley.

TICKETS

Do not miss these two remarkable music events covering a century of historic breakthroughs in 20th century music, and new directions for the 21st century. Tickets for both events are selling fast, so visit http://www.performa-arts.org or call (212) 366-5700 to order yours today.

ABOUT PERFORMA 09

Performa 09, the third edition of the internationally acclaimed biennial of new visual art performance presented by Performa, a non-profit multidisciplinary arts organization established by RoseLee Goldberg in 2004, will be held in New York City from November 1–22, 2009. The three-week festival will showcase new work by more than 80 of the most exciting artists working today, in an innovative program breaking down the boundaries between visual art, music, dance, poetry, fashion, architecture, graphic design, and the culinary arts. Presented in collaboration with a consortium of more than 60 arts institutions and 25 curators, as well as a network of public spaces and private venues across the city, Performa 09 will ignite New York City with energy and ideas, acting as a vital "think tank" linking minds across the five boroughs and bringing audiences together for brilliant new performances in all disciplines.

http://www.performa-arts.org

Luigi Russolo and Ugo Piatti with the intonarumori
Courtesy Rovereto, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto

03 11 2009
#2352

What is Music? 2009

What Is Music?
12-19 December 2009

After a thunderous return in 2008, the What Is Music? Festival is back again attempting even more ridiculous and sublime experimental music programming! After 15 years the reputation of the Festival speaks for itself and 2009 will see even more incredible performances and events unleashed upon Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

American laptop terrorist John Wiese will perform his first solo shows ever on these shores, having played the festival as a member of Sunn O))) in 2005, as well as premiering visual scores for large-scale ensemble. Expect the extremest of frequencies, and some of the best improv you've ever heard.

Joining us from Poland will be Musica Genera festival curators Robert Piotrowicz and Anna Zaradny. Robert is a master sculptor of dense, layered synth beauty, though his infamous grindcore roots lend a sense of the brutal/beautiful/brutiful. Anna brings a much needed and appreciated sense of feminine grace and patience with her complex, slow-shifting laptop work, not to mention an impressive pedigree including collaborations with Burkhard Stangl, Zbigniew Karkowski, Tony Buck and Cor Fuhler.

From Japan: hercel. Shayne Bowden/Ayako Mori, man/woman, painful/ecstatic, creation/destruction, foreign/familiar and lots more tasty dichotomy action, all wrapped in a crunchy shell of power electronics. Essential viewing for both the modern intellectual neanderthal and primitive reactionist übermensch alike.

Of course all your favourite locals (and expatriates) will be there too, including Oren Ambarchi, Jon Rose, Clayton Thomas, Clare Cooper, Jim Denley, Alan Lamb, David Shea, Brendan Walls, Matt "Skitz" Sanders and many more (un)usual suspects presenting new works, new sounds, new experiences.

Perhaps the most exciting event though will be the final night of the festival that Melbourne's already talking about, 50/50. Five conductors, four screens, three hundred seats, too much excitement in one massive night. 50 bands. 50 minutes. Not to be missed.

For more information including full lineup, venues and updates, visit http://www.whatismusic.com.

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