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Old 09.08.2008, 07:08 AM   #101
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Just come back from the fest - excellent excellent excellent! I met two of the boardies here (lovely to meet you, guys ), and Sunday in particular was outstanding, my picks being Hockey Night, Weirding Vessel (truly insane) and the T Moore/Bill Nace and Chris Corsano trio - absolutely ferocious, intense and ecstatic. Incredible.
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Old 09.08.2008, 09:08 AM   #102
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Skullflower are playing with a drummer again?
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Old 09.08.2008, 09:14 AM   #103
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Yes, with Stuart Dennison (he lives in Brighton, I believe). I'm about the only person at that fest who thought Skullflower were pretty unimpressive. There was a band on Sunday, called Muscletusk, who did a similar thing to SF, but were way, way better.
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Old 09.08.2008, 10:17 AM   #104
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So how was it people?, give me the full deal. What did they play, for how long, anyone meet thurston? And more importantly do you reccomend I go next year? (I was stuck at a festival in the Isle of Wight this weekend, it was fucking awesome, but I did kind of wish I could be in Brighton...)
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Old 09.08.2008, 11:26 AM   #105
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Hi TINH - am v tired now, but here's a run-down on what I caught:

Friday
Peeesseye - Good, solid psych improv racket from these native New Yorkers.
Rat Bastard - One man pissing around with an open-E tuned guitar doing lots of "ironic" guitar poses, soon turned a lot better when two women came on with noise boxes and created a fun and deafening row for the last 5 minutes.
Skaters - Excellent. I saw them last June, and they were incredibly bad, but they have improved immeasurably since then. The first part was a nice and hamornic organ "drone" piece, which then developed into a very atmospheric and enveloping sound.
Leslie Keffer - Cracked-DIY electronic babble and rhythmic "dance" moves from Ms Keffer, who provided some entertainment by dragged her friends up to dance on stage with her. It needed to be a lot louder for the dance element to really work, though.

Saturday (only saw 2 things! Too busy chatting and socialising )
In Camera - a duo of Christoph Heeman and Timo van Luijk, doing a very eerie and atmospheric electronic piece. They were playing in a marquee tent in the garden, and the slightly swinging chandeliers and pounding rain (added w/the sounds) gave the impression of being stuck on a ship like the Marie Celeste. A lenghty and impressive performance from them - reminiscent of Nurse With Wound at their best.
Skullflower - feat. M Bower, Stuart Dennison on drums, plus another guitarist and violin player. They did one piece of improvised "rock", and....well, to be frank, I thought it was pisspoor - lazy, boring, and predictable all round. Looks like I was the only person who thought this, though.

Sunday
Black To Comm - a German based three-piece, their brand of electronic based improv racket was pretty good, I think. Kinda had a stop-start sound at first, but then built up from there.
Muscletusk - a four piece from Edinburgh - with a drummer, two guitarists and an electronics geezer - a improvised loosely "rock" based sound that was going a similar direction to Skullflower's, but was WAY better - they had a direction, passion and force that SF's set simply lacked. Great name, too!
Hockey Night - a last minute-stand in for Neil Campbell & Karl Bauer (who were unable to attend), this Finnish four piece injected no small amount of humour to the proceedings, with their use of sound toys (moo!), a non-po faced approach to sound manipulation, an excellent drummer, and a funky sax player. They actually listened to each other, and created a piece that was both fun and engrossing. Thumbs up for them - and they're nice people too!
Vole - As a contrast, this 4 piece used guitar, xylophone, horns and keyboards to create a sound that was part "quiet" imrpov, and part film-noir soundtrack. It was certainly pleasant to listen to, and made a nice change from having one's ears bludgeoned.
Dave Phillips and G*Park - this Schlimpfuch-aligned duo played in complete darkness, and by utlising found sounds such as animal noises, field recordings etc, created a creepy yet compelling atmosphere, with moments of creaking quietness mixed with genuinely shocking blasts of controlled sound. As a friend of mine rightly pointed out, very reminiscent of Throbbing Gristle circa "Journey Through A Body", but an excellent performance nonetheless.
Weirding Vessels - a collective of various Brighton groups (members of Blood Stereo, Bowlide Awkwardstra etc), these gals and guys created a seriously crazy and ecstatic sound, using percussion, sound makers and so on. Dressed in costumes and masks, their group-trance banging, noising, vocalising and screaming was both hilarious and captivating. One of the members was dressed in a white dress and devil horns, and she was especially great in her screaming and energy. Imagine Amon Duul I running amok after consuming too much Red Bull, and you'll begin to get the picture. One of the hits of the weekend all-round for all who saw them.
Thurston Moore/Chris Corsano/Bill Nace - a very-low key intro from Messrs Moore, Corsano and Nace soon erupted into a blistering and ferocious wall of "free-rock"/improv, which didn't let up once. The guitarists attacked their guitars with drumsticks first of all, then leapt of their seats and writhed around in a whiplash ecstasy dance. Chris Corsano was on fire 100% of the way - his drumming is always nothing less than impeccable, and he too met the challenge and delivered an incredible percussive onslaught which at the same time totally meshed with Thurston and Bill. Both guitarists leapt into the audience, pushing against audience members and the stage as their guitars howled with feedback and distortion. Back on stage, Bill threw his guitar to the floor, Thurston buckled against his amp, and Chris C whacked his drums with a bare hand (brilliant sound, that). The piece came to a close that was very together, showing how all concerned were listening to each other too. I was COMPLETELY bowled over by this, and they got a huge cheer of appreciation from the audience.

So there you have it from me. I look forward to hearing from the other boardies to see what they thought!
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Old 09.08.2008, 11:35 AM   #106
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I was only there for sunday and all in all I had a fucking blast. First off, well done Mr Nyoukis for organising such a brilliant festival. I really wish that I could have made friday and saturday too, it was so much fun. (Here's to next year) For me the star of the day was Bill Nace, I really enjoyed his contributions to Byron Coley's poetry reading and of course the finale with Thurston and Chris Corsano, which was wild. I also really enjoyed Black To Comm, Muscletusk, Pigs In The Ground, Lionel Marchetti/Yoko Higashi and Weirding Vessel. In fact every artist had their own particular merits. It was also a pleasure to bump into Whorefrost and David once again... as we always seem to at these events.
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Hi TINH - am v tired now, but here's a run-down on what I caught:

Friday
Peeesseye - Good, solid psych improv racket from these native New Yorkers.
Rat Bastard - One man pissing around with an open-E tuned guitar doing lots of "ironic" guitar poses, soon turned a lot better when two women came on with noise boxes and created a fun and deafening row for the last 5 minutes.
Skaters - Excellent. I saw them last June, and they were incredibly bad, but they have improved immeasurably since then. The first part was a nice and hamornic organ "drone" piece, which then developed into a very atmospheric and enveloping sound.
Leslie Keffer - Cracked-DIY electronic babble and rhythmic "dance" moves from Ms Keffer, who provided some entertainment by dragged her friends up to dance on stage with her. It needed to be a lot louder for the dance element to really work, though.

Saturday (only saw 2 things! Too busy chatting and socialising )
In Camera - a duo of Christoph Heeman and Timo van Luijk, doing a very eerie and atmospheric electronic piece. They were playing in a marquee tent in the garden, and the slightly swinging chandeliers and pounding rain (added w/the sounds) gave the impression of being stuck on a ship like the Marie Celeste. A lenghty and impressive performance from them - reminiscent of Nurse With Wound at their best.
Skullflower - feat. M Bower, Stuart Dennison on drums, plus another guitarist and violin player. They did one piece of improvised "rock", and....well, to be frank, I thought it was pisspoor - lazy, boring, and predictable all round. Looks like I was the only person who thought this, though.

Sunday
Black To Comm - a German based three-piece, their brand of electronic based improv racket was pretty good, I think. Kinda had a stop-start sound at first, but then built up from there.
Muscletusk - a four piece from Edinburgh - with a drummer, two guitarists and an electronics geezer - a improvised loosely "rock" based sound that was going a similar direction to Skullflower's, but was WAY better - they had a direction, passion and force that SF's set simply lacked. Great name, too!
Hockey Night - a last minute-stand in for Neil Campbell & Karl Bauer (who were unable to attend), this Finnish four piece injected no small amount of humour to the proceedings, with their use of sound toys (moo!), a non-po faced approach to sound manipulation, an excellent drummer, and a funky sax player. They actually listened to each other, and created a piece that was both fun and engrossing. Thumbs up for them - and they're nice people too!
Vole - As a contrast, this 4 piece used guitar, xylophone, horns and keyboards to create a sound that was part "quiet" imrpov, and part film-noir soundtrack. It was certainly pleasant to listen to, and made a nice change from having one's ears bludgeoned.
Dave Phillips and G*Park - this Schlimpfuch-aligned duo played in complete darkness, and by utlising found sounds such as animal noises, field recordings etc, created a creepy yet compelling atmosphere, with moments of creaking quietness mixed with genuinely shocking blasts of controlled sound. As a friend of mine rightly pointed out, very reminiscent of Throbbing Gristle circa "Journey Through A Body", but an excellent performance nonetheless.
Weirding Vessels - a collective of various Brighton groups (members of Blood Stereo, Bowlide Awkwardstra etc), these gals and guys created a seriously crazy and ecstatic sound, using percussion, sound makers and so on. Dressed in costumes and masks, their group-trance banging, noising, vocalising and screaming was both hilarious and captivating. One of the members was dressed in a white dress and devil horns, and she was especially great in her screaming and energy. Imagine Amon Duul I running amok after consuming too much Red Bull, and you'll begin to get the picture. One of the hits of the weekend all-round for all who saw them.
Thurston Moore/Chris Corsano/Bill Nace - a very-low key intro from Messrs Moore, Corsano and Nace soon erupted into a blistering and ferocious wall of "free-rock"/improv, which didn't let up once. The guitarists attacked their guitars with drumsticks first of all, then leapt of their seats and writhed around in a whiplash ecstasy dance. Chris Corsano was on fire 100% of the way - his drumming is always nothing less than impeccable, and he too met the challenge and delivered an incredible percussive onslaught which at the same time totally meshed with Thurston and Bill. Both guitarists leapt into the audience, pushing against audience members and the stage as their guitars howled with feedback and distortion. Back on stage, Bill threw his guitar to the floor, Thurston buckled against his amp, and Chris C whacked his drums with a bare hand (brilliant sound, that). The piece came to a close that was very together, showing how all concerned were listening to each other too. I was COMPLETELY bowled over by this, and they got a huge cheer of appreciation from the audience.

So there you have it from me. I look forward to hearing from the other boardies to see what they thought!

ive just got home but only went for sunday, melly (who i got to meet!) sums it up very well, i really liked the Weirding Vessels. Thurston Moore/Chris Corsano/Bill Nace all three weres fucking excellent! but the whole night was very good.

did anything get recorded?, greenlight? sorry i never got to meet you here
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Yes, with Stuart Dennison (he lives in Brighton, I believe). I'm about the only person at that fest who thought Skullflower were pretty unimpressive. There was a band on Sunday, called Muscletusk, who did a similar thing to SF, but were way, way better.

I thought they were good, but I guess that was relative to the rest of the performances. They could/should have been a lot louder, but I guess then they would just have sounded like MBVs noise routine during 'you made me realise'

Limpe Fuchs - Bless her. I had to leave after about ten minutes, couldn't stand it any longer. I wonder if she keeps cats....lots of cats.

Not sure who else I watched - there was some free jazz thing that I avoided, and then three guys playing some sort of bedroom krautrock - By this time I was somewhat inebriated and felt the need for sleep.

Highlight was meeting the big man again, always a pleasure.
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Thurston Moore/Bill Nace/Chris Corsano-2008-09-07, Brighton, England [mp3]

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Cool - I look forward to hearing what I missed. Thanks.
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cool, hang on a minute i do think i might of seen you filming on stage now but i was so into the music and didn't see where you went
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no worries stu.

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