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Old 01.25.2007, 08:34 AM   #181
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Thursday, April 26 at 7:30 PM
EAT YOUR OWN EARS PRESENT: Espers
at Dingwalls @ Lock 17, England - London

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CANCELLATION

WOODEN WAND & THE SKY HIGH BAND

LONDON UPSET THE RHYTHM @ THE LUMINAIRE
TUESDAY 30TH JANUARY, 2007

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JOE LALLY
LONDON LUMINAIRE
THURSDAY 8TH FEBRUARY, 2007 7.30
£7.00


GALLON DRUNK
LONDON 100 CLUB..
THURSDAY 15TH FEBRUARY, 2007 7.30pm
£7.00


THE FALL
LONDON HAMMERSMITH PALAIS
SUNDAY 1ST APRIL, 2007 7.00pm
£16.00


EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY
LONDON ASTORIA,
THURSDAY 19TH APRIL, 2007 6.30PM
£14.00


THEE SILVER MOUNT ZION ORCHESTRA
LONDON SCALA,
MONDAY 30TH APRIL, 2007 7.30PM
£15.00


DEERHOOF
LONDON KOKO,
WEDNESDAY 2ND MAY, 2007 7PM
£12.00


LOW
LONDON SHEPHERDS BUSH EMPIRE,
TUESDAY 8TH MAY, 2007 7pm
£16.50


65 DAYS OF STATIC
LONDON KOKO,
SUNDAY 20TH MAY, 2007 7PM
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raccoo-oo-oon are coming in march. HOORAY!
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Saturday February 10th

The Happiness / Schtarlings / Little Death / Miss The Occupier

The Fiddler's Elbow, Malden Road (Chalk Farm Tube)

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29 01 07: Monday Movies - Recent Releases


Recent releases in the last year focussing on alternative and indie Hollywood movies.

Screening at 8pm

FREE Entry

Please call into the venue for details of films screening.



 



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Old 01.26.2007, 02:43 AM   #188
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Bare Russian bass from the Z Shed gang. Expect noise from Porno Breaks, Absnif, Canine Sounds plus a very special guest…..

Open all night long. Free entry. Strong Vodka.

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Nurse With Wound play London 3 March 2007
Friday, 12 January 2007 Nurse With Wound play their first ever London show at the South Bank's Queen Elizabeth Hall on 3 March, as part of the 'Ether' festival. Christoph Heemann will be NWW's special guest. Nurse With Wound are: Steven Stapleton, David Tibet, Colin Potter, Andrew Liles, Matt Waldron and Marcus Ripley.



Tickets will be available from next week from the South Bank website at www.southbankcentre.co.uk.


Box office: +44 (0)871 663 2500


Doors open 19.15; Christoph Heemann is on at 19.45.


Tickets are £17.50 and £15.00.

Got my tickets yesterday.
Can't wait!!
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Can't wait!!
Are you going to go to Neubauten too?
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Can't wait!!
Mine on the way.so far pookie,yourself and myself are going.
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Are you going to go to Neubauten too?

Don't know yet. I might be going to the semi-final of the Champions League if the results go Arsenal's way. It could be on the same night as EN, or it could be the night after.
I'll have to wait a while and hope there are still tickets left.


Update 8/2/07 - F*ck the footie! I'm going to Einstuerzende!!
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Mine on the way.so far pookie,yourself and myself are going.

where are you sitting. i'm in the rear stalls row gg
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South Bank Centre - Ether series 2007

2 March
Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals)

3 March
Nurse With Wound

10 March
Mira Calix

18 March
Coldcut

19 March
Blixa Bargeld
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Friday 15 December: Otomo Yoshihide’s Anode + Roel Meelkop + Tom Chant & Sharif Sehnaoui

Saturday 16 December: Bernard Parmegiani + Tim Barnes & Ishikawa Ko + Andrea Neumann + Texturizer

Sunday 17 December: Ben Patterson & Keith Rowe + Olivia Block + Tomas Korber + Chris Corsano & John Edwards



DAY PASS: £12 /£10 FESTIVAL PASS:£25
DOORS OPEN 7PM
INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
Box office: +44 (0)20 7930 3647
www.ica.org.uk
London Musicians' Collective celebrates 30 years at the vanguard with its 15th Annual Festival of Experimental Music. Two dozen of the leading figures from the world of new music world are brought together over three nights of sustained avant-garde intensity. Among them are Japanese turntablist Otomo Yoshihide, who presents the UK premiere of his ground-breaking large ensemble piece Anode; the grand master of French musique concrète, Bernard Parmegiani, showcasing a new multi-channel composition; and, making his UK debut, the legendary Fluxus composer Ben Patterson.
Previous LMC festivals have typically showcased not only Britain’s foremost experimentalists such as Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, AMM, Lol Coxhill, David Toop and the late John Stevens, but have also boasted rare (often unique) performances and special projects by the likes of Pierre Henry, Alvin Lucier, The Smith Quartet, The Scratch Orchestra, Charlemagne Palestine, Philip Corner, Pauline Oliveros, Blechtum From Blechdom, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Marshall Allen (Sun Ra Arkestra), John French (The Magic Band) and Jaki Liebeziet (Can); while LMC’s illustrious history as a promoter has also been significant in its early support of artists such as John Zorn, Jim O’Rourke, Zeena Parkins, Scanner and dozens more - it even hosted the first tentative promotions of Poptones supremo Alan McGee. LMC also produced the legendary Rock Aktion Party concerts by the German group Faust, recently released as the film Faust: Nobody Knows If It Ever Happened (also at the ICA on 1 December). With its apparently casual mix of living legends and complete unknowns, of underground noise and contemporary classical sounds, of the truly weird and the downright beautiful, the Festival has proved widely influential, spawning many imitators across the world (Le Weekend in Stirling, Install in Glasgow, Ether at London’s South Bank Centre). Meantime, rather than rest on its laurels, the Collective has expanded its base of activity in recent years, producing highly successful tours for the Contemporary Music Network (Conduction; Japanorama; Turntable Hell; Feedback: order from noise) and launching its internationally acclaimed arts radio station Resonance 104.4 FM. Now in its third decade of continuous activity, LMC provides the touchstone for indicating where music can - and just might - go.
This year, under the direction of youthful producer Benedict Drew, the Festival boasts some extraordinary coups: Otomo Yoshihide’s ensemble project, Anode, is the biggest he has presented in London since the epochal Japanorama tour of 2001. He’s joined by an all-star line-up including Sachiko M., Ichiraku Yoshimitsu, Masahiro Uemura, Tim Barnes, Mark Sanders, Andrea Neumann, Angharad Davies, Stefano Tedescu and Rhodri Davies. Presented in two versions, quiet and (very) loud, Anode shares the first night with opaque Dutch laptop composer Roel Meelkop and the duo of English saxophonist Tom Chant and Lebanese guitarist Sharif Sehnaoui.
The second night sees France’s foremost living composer Bernard Parmegiani present two multi-channel, multi-speaker works, including the UK premiere of Au gré du souffle le son s'envole; the debut of a duo comprising brilliant US percussionist Tim Barnes (Perfect Partner) and the distinguished Japanese sho-player Ishikawa Ko, along with German instrument inventor Andrea Neumann and the young Greek improvising duo Texturizer.
The final night pulls out the stops still further, kicking off with a intuitive and intense improvised dialogue Chris Corsano (drums) and John Edwards (double bass); a mind-boggling solo by Swiss electronics player Tomas Korber; the UK debut of the extraordinary Chicago-based sound artist Olivia Block; and the meeting of two titans of new music - Ben Patterson, the only African-American member of 1960s’ radical art movement Fluxus (Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik and Lamonte Young are the better known of his collaborators), joined here by the globally influential English guitarist Keith Rowe, acknowledged as an influence on everyone from Pete Townshend and Sonic Youth to the present generation of young improvisers and noise artists.

MAZEN KERBAJ


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Many thanks for that.

February 18th - 20th 2007
Resonance FM Fundraisers:
How Much Do You Love Us?
Each £10, all at The Spitz, EC2


Resonance 104.4FM's future is in jeopardy unless £60,000 is raised by August 2007. In the cash and romance spirit of Valentines day, tell Resonance FM how you love them by donating a few quid on the following triptych of post-Valentines Day gigs.

Sunday Feb 18th Resonance FM Fundraiser - How Much Do You Love Us?
£10,The Spitz, EC2.
First in a series of a three day fundraising marathon for the inimitable Resonance FM. Avant-pop types The Chap (fresh from remixing Beck and Block Party) headline with support from instrumental trio Limn and Shimmy Rivers And And Canal; who offer-up angular venomous pop with echoes of the B52s. Johnny Trunk, Trunk Records impresario, is Disc Jockey. All proceeds go to keeping Resonance 104.4FM on air.
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Monday 19th Feb Resonance FM Fundraiser - How Much Do You Love Us?
£10,The Spitz, EC2.
Second in a trio of fundraisers for the hard-up yet totally unique and essential Resonance FM. Tonight's show looks with both eyes at troubadors, bluegrass and filthy garage. Attempting to save Resonance FM's skin with music and noises are filthy garage punks The Fabulous Penetrators; Independent on Sunday cartoonist, writer and singer-songwriter Peter Blegvad (author of the Leviathan strip); former Long Ryder Sid Griffin delivers a fine bluegrass set with his quintet Sid Griffin and The Coal Porters; and rounding things off is All Tomorrow's Parties signing Alexander Tucker, a somewhat odd amalgam of David Crosby, doom metal and Terry Riley. DJ sets from Joe Cushley and Martin 'Bonanza' Myers.
All proceeds go to keeping Resonance 104.4FM on air.
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Tuesday 20th Feb Resonance FM Fundraiser - How Much Do You Love Us? £10,The Spitz, EC2.
Multi-media arts and music gang the Glass Shrimp host this third and final fundraising extravaganza on behalf of Resonance 104.4 FM. On the bill Leafhound, The Rebel and Le Tetsuo
Few rock albums have achieved greater cult status than Leaf Hounds 'Growers of Mushroom' (1971 Decca, 1971 Telefunken).The album has gradually acquired a mythical status. Following intense public demand, Pete French put a new version of his legendary band Leaf Hound together in the Spring of 2004 - psychedelic heavy rocks and kosmic blues freakery. The Rebel are fronted by the Country Teasers mainman Ben Wallers and is an experimental noise project located in the sleat grey zone that lies somwherebetween The Fall and Throbbing Gristle. Le Tetsuo are a three piece art-rock combo from Norwich they also have their feet in two seemingly opposite camps - Shellac and Frank Zappa.
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February 18th - 20th 2007
Resonance FM Fundraisers:
How Much Do You Love Us?
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Sunday 25th February
TWO TRIOS AND A SOLO

SCENTED

Annette Giesriegl – voice, electronics
Stefan Heckel – piano
John Edwards – double bass

Veryan Weston – SOLO PIANO

ELECTROSPLAT

Matt Hutchinson – keyboard, electronics
Marcio Mattos – cello, electronics
Frank Charlton – cornet, percussion

The Red Rose Club
129 Seven Sisters Road
London N7

Doors open 8 pm for 8.30 pm start Admission £6/£4 concs.
Finsbury Park Tube

SCENTED
Strolling through Jerusalem's Old City, Annette and Stefan ended up in
a rather special perfume shop. The Arabic shop owner opened one oil
flask after the other, allowing one scented Genie after another to
escape and settle in our noses. We would like to share the smells and
scents with John (Edwards) and, of course, the audience - and may the
Genies play well on our instruments......

VERYAN WESTON will play a solo piano set which will be all improvised, although it will probably reflect some of the recent ideas he is working on as well as unconsciously digging up some of the residue from more longterm musical experiences.

ELECTROSPLAT
get together again to explore and experientially splash fresh textures and colours in sonic space.
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London Koko,
Wednesday 2nd May, 2007 7pm

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THIS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22ND

PHIL MINTON
Avant-garde vocalist Phil Minton has been a pioneering presence in the British free jazz movement for over a quarter of a century. Fascinated with sound, the process of deep listening and the limits of the human voice, Minton has developed a vocal range that is astonishing; from percussive 'mouth noise' and sustained baritone to high-pitched stutterings, yodeling and animalistic gurgling, each fused by Minton's unrestricted musicality. Live the physical dimension of Minton's art is fully evident - torso-twisting, facial contortions, crouching and stretching reveal the total body commitment integral to his singing. It can be funny, scary, confrontational and uplifting, usually at much the same time.

PETER WRIGHT (Last Visible Dog, Celebrate PSI Phenomenon, Digitalis, Foxlove, Ikuisuus,...)
Disconnected avant guitar gloop distilled through a series of electronic filters and single malt, heavily influenced by guitar pop, free jazz/improv, atonal guitar noise, cats and city trash.

SINDRE BJERGA (Gold Soundz, Time-Lag Records, Carbon Records, 267 Lattajjaa, Beniffer Editions,...)
Frozen trance from Gold Soundz label boss.

FAMILY BATTLE SNAKE (Absurd, Curor, Beyond Repair, Turgid Animal, Long Long Chaney, ...)
Heavy telepathetic improvisations from Bill Kouligas - Strings, Electronics.

NAEH
Ritualistic eastern drone from this underground psych unit. First ever live appearance!

+ Ultra weird dj set by Isambard Kingston Brunel

RED ROSE CLUB
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Finsbury Park (Nearest Tube)
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Is anyone going to this tomorrow....

Concerto for Voice & Machinery II

Concerto for Voice & Machinery II is an ICA commissioned re-enactment of the infamous gig by some members of Einsturzende Neubauten and other musicians such as Genesis P Orridge and Frank 'Fad Gadget' Tovey, which took place at the ICA on 3rd January 1984 and was composed around the use of industrial machinery, destruction of raw materials and ultimately the theatre stage.

Review of original gigi here: http://micksinclair.com/sounds/einica.html

More info:

http://www.ica.org.uk/Concerto+for+Voice+%26amp%3B+Machinery+II+12871.tw l

http://arts.guardian.co.uk/filmandmu...013570,00.html

http://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/lon/kue/.../en1921151.htm

Should be funny to see how they recreate it safely...

The ICA phoned me today and asked me if I was aware that it would only last 30 minutes and that I still wanted to attend. Sounds like they don'y want people to go...

Will report back if still alive!
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