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Old 04.18.2007, 10:41 AM   #261
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YELLOW SWANS
ARRINGTON DE DIONYSO
IGNATZ
ASTRAL SOCIAL CLUB
TALIBAM!
RAMESES III
Friday 25 May
Corsica Studios, Unit 5, Farrell Court, Elephant Road,
Elephant & Castle, SE17 1LB

Thu 26 Apr
The Spitz:
THE SCIENTISTS
+ Blood Safari
+ Lot Lizards
I'll be at those ones.
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I already have my Cecil ticket in my sweaty palm (so to speak). Tickets are quite pricey for the Cecil and Ornette shows so haven't resolved my internal justification system of forking out for consecutive gigs, which will set me back 100 with expenses. Still, Ornette is a legend and I should, no must, go!!

I saw Ornette a couple of years ago at the RFH and he was fantastic. He's playing with an electric bassist too now, so the show could be more Prime Time-ish.
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Sun 6 May, 7pm at SPITZ

The Flower Shop Recordings Presents: SOPHIA

Robin Proper-Sheppard’s melancholic alt-rock-noise-pop project Sophia will be gracing these hallowed shores for a rare full appearance. This is the first and, most likely, only opportunity to see Robin and Co. performing what many have described as Sophia’s most dynamic and stylistically accomplished album to date ‘Technology Won’t Save Us’.

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Old 05.01.2007, 03:45 AM   #264
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FREE NOISE
Evan Parker / Yellow Swans / John Wiese / C. Spencer Yeh / Paul
Hession /
Metalux / John Edwards / Culver

A unique collaboration featuring major names from the burgeoning
noise and free jazz scenes. This tour brings together the
revolutionary genius at the heart of both of these unorthodox musics
for a visceral and revelatory journey through the sonic spectrum.
Expect riotous freeform squalls, minimalist meditations and
breathtaking cliffs of extreme volume.

To listen to sample tracks and for full booking details go to:
http://www.dotcog.co.uk/ar01_cmn/0597_free_noise/index.html


Sat 5 May LONDON ULU www.ulu.co.uk/ululive

A Contemporary Music Network tour, produced by NO-FI
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Old 05.01.2007, 03:46 AM   #265
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UBS OPENINGS: THE LONG WEEKEND

Friday 25 – Monday 28 May

Tate Modern

UBS Openings: The Long Weekend is one of the world’s most
dynamic celebrations of film, music, performance and visual art, set
within the iconic architecture of Tate Modern. Four days of free live
performances, art installations, events & activities, including
installations by artists Matthieu Briand and Marepe. In the evening
the Turbine Hall provides a stunning setting for epic-scale film
screenings and live music performances.

Performances by Films & installations by

Throbbing Gristle Matthieu Briand

Ikue Mori Marepe

Gavin Bryars Derek Jarman

Michael Nyman Andy Warhol

Ryoichi Kurokawa

Sachiko M & Benedict Drew

Toshimaru Nakamura & Billy Roisz

Tickets: 020 7887 8888

http://www.tate.org.uk/thelongweekend2007

Friday 25 May, 9pm

Maya Deren/Ikue Mori

Seven experimental films by legendary avant-garde filmmaker Mayan
Deren with specially commissioned soundtracks performed live by
iconic New York improvisation musician Ikue Mori.

Saturday 26 May, 9pm


Derek Jarman/Throbbing Gristle Sold Out. Returns Only

Pioneering electronic sound artsists and originators of the
“Industrial” music label, Throbbing Gristle, perform live
in remembrance of visionary UK filmmaker Derek Jarman. The performance
will feature a selection of Jarman’s magical, rarely-seen
1970’s experimental Super 8 films.

Sunday 27 May, 7.30pm (til 2pm Monday)

Sleep is Obsolete: Warhol/Cage/Satie with performances by Gavin
Bryars, Michael Nyman and John Giorno

Andy Warhol’s first film, Sleep (1963), is screened throughout
the night accompanied by a re-creation of the 18-hour musical
performance that inspired it, John Cage’s historic 1963 staging
of Erik Satie’s epic repetitive work for piano, Vexations
(1893). Introduced with a performance by Warhol’s lover John
Giorno, who features in the film.

.

Monday 28 May,
Synthesis –Ryoichi Kurokawa/ Toshimaru Nakamura and Billy Roisz
of AVVA/ Sachiko M with Ben Drew

Three spectacular performances using analogue and digital instruments
alongside computer graphics to create a synthesis of sound and image.
The Turbine Hall provides the perfect backdrop for penetrating tones,
thumping sub bass and spectacular abstract images on an
all-encompassing scale.

All tickets 18

Book online at http://www.tate.org.uk/thelongweekend2007 or call 020
7887 8888
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Old 05.01.2007, 03:58 AM   #266
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Thursday May 31st : YOU ARE HEAR SESSIONS CD Launch

LIVE: PRAM + GERMLIN + THE BOHMAN BROTHERS + XYLITOL
DJs: Tunng, Jonny Trunk, Jim Backhaus and Magz Hall


8-1am

Cargo Rivington Street EC1


Price 7

Magz and Jim have called upon four of their favourite artists from the five years of sessions to play at the launch event of the YAH sessions CD.

PRAM’s hypnotic and seductive soundworlds collide krautrock and space-age lounge-music as echoes from a parallel world where Martin Denny and Delia Derbyshire resurrect the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in a heavenly tiki-lounge.

GERMLIN’s attention-deficit-disorder chipcore powerpop sounds like Venetian Snares might if he was brought up in Stirling on a strict diet of Sonic The Hedgehog and Irn-Bru. “Are you ready for some laptop gabba? This is nerdcore and it rocks like an epileptic fit.” Plan B magazine
Germlin is also the brainchild of Gay Against You.

THE BOHMAN BROTHERS are the creators of a unique and impure experimental music. Traces of Dada provocation, Fluxus japery, musique concrete, sound poetry and free improvisation can be detected, yet ultimately the whole is greater and more arcane than the sum of its parts.


Influenced equally by Rave, Hi-NRG, Queercore and the early 80s German Electro-Punk underground, XYLITOL’s music has been favourably compared to Felix Kubin and the sound of a miniature Dalek using its plunger to push a music box around in a tin can.

Folk-Tronica stars Mile and Phil from TUNNG will be DJing their eclectic collision of folk, electronica, prog and much else besides, the legendary JONNY TRUNK will spin groovy, exotic, saucy and space age library music and soundtracks, whilst MAGZ and JIM will satisfy even the most musically voracious of sonic palates with their (un)usual collision of ELECTRO, BAILE-FUNK, GRIME, JUNGLE, DISCO, GABBER, DIY, PROG, KRAUTROCK, MINIMAL, ELECTRONICA array of ALTERNATIVE POP and EXPERIMENTAL SOUNDS.

You Are Hear DJs Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse of www.youarehear.co.uk celebrate this "excellent alternative music show" (Time Out) fifth birthday with a CD of exclusive tracks selected from over five years of live sessions from the show, The You Are Hear sessions CD 2002 -2006 will feature tracks recorded live on the show featuring

Pram, Juana Molina, Murcof, The Lonesome Organist, Man Fron Uranus, Germalin, Robotobibok, Momus, Ninki V, CarterTutti, Asja Auf Capri, No Bra, MissHawaii, Noxagt, David Grubbs, Oxbow, This is the Kit, Oddfellows Casino and Vanishing Breed

Released on June 3rd.


www.myspace.com/youarehear

www.youarehear.co.uk




Tickets on the door Cargo sells advance tickets over the internet
and available at www.ticketweb.co.uk type in you are hear

or direct ticket link is here
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=210630
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Old 05.01.2007, 03:59 AM   #267
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BANG FACE XLIV - WE'RE BANGIN
Friday 11th May 2007

Official World Neo-Rave commemorating the life and times of Bob Marley who died on this day in 1981...

LUKE VIBERT - The backbone of the Electronica/Acid/Jungle scene
 

UK APACHE - Live show from the Original Nuttah
** Plus Exclusive AMEN ANDREWS (Luke Vibert) vs UK APACHE sound-clash **
CONGO NATTY - Full-on DJ/MC battle from the Jungle Rebels
MOCHIPET - Girls Love Breakcore / Only UK date
DONNA SUMMER - aka Jason Forrest / BootyBreakTranceClub-Core
GLOWSTYX - New alias from Bong-Ra / Written the Bang Face Anthem!
CDATAKILL - Live Serial Killer Music
PISSTANK - High NRG Ravecore
BLOODYSNOWMAN - Live US IDM-Folkcore
ITAL TEK - Live Industrial Electronica
SAINT ACID & THE BANG FACE HARD CREW

9pm - 6am @ Electrowerkz, 7 Torrens Street, Islington, London EC1V 1NQ

Hype + ticket info: www.bangface.com

RAVE THEME: CARIBBEAN FANCY DRESS

BANG FACE - A Neo-Rave Explosion of Acid, Jungle, Rave Hardcore,
Drum & Bass, Breakcore, Techno, Electronica and Abstract Dance.

FRAGOR FACIES - LUDEMUS UNA
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Old 05.04.2007, 04:51 AM   #268
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GUERRILLA ZOO presents ‘SPRING ROLL’

SATURDAY 19th MAY 2007

@ CORSICA STUDIOS
5 Farrel Court, Elephant Road, Elephant and Castle, London SE17 1BL

8pm-3am


<<< Specials on the Menu Tonight >>>

- LIVE STAGE -
Fatima Spar und die Freedom Fries [gyspy swing from Vienna]
Peyoti for President [favela punk]
Miso Soup [post punk electronica]
Ahjutprop [abstract broken hip hop]

- DJ -
Mr Sushi - Live Drums & Decks Set [botchit & scarper]
Pirate Sound System [electro mash up]
Shanghai Noon Sound System [east meets west]
Voodoo Bass [norq!]
Mike Cupcake [signs of lfie]
Fari Bradley [resonance fm]
Mr Hovis [needle and thread]

- PERFORMANCE ROOM –

Compared by Elisa [circus space]
Psychological Art Circus - Olive [magic theatrics]
Kika [japanese butoh dance]
Tribal [improb belly dance fusion]
Spring Heeled [performance art troop]
Kev the Poet aka Knowledge is Power [bard/poet/lyricist]
Rob Hill [poetics]

- ART SPACE -
Manga UK
Marilena Borgna
Terratag
Emma Vieceli
Vort
Paul Duffield
Sonia Leong
Ghost Da Vandal
The Candie Bandit [UV Graffitii wall]
Edmund Coyne
XL
Jil Doherty

- SHORT FILM SCREEN -
Curated ‘Shots’ Magazine
Also featuring:
Kumo Films – I, Everything
RedBlush – Reversed Chaos
Ladma Films

- GUERRILLA MARKET PLACE -
Bla Bla Hospital [japanese hospital fashion]
Gloria Loves Valentine Magazine [on location photo-shoot]
Ghost Da Vandal [customise your clothing]
Enraptured Records [on site record shop]


TICKETS
ONLY >
7 before 10pm / 10 after
No Concessions

Adv tickets available online

www.GuerrillaZoo.co.uk
www.myspace.com/guerrillazoo

Guerrilla Zoo is a not for profit collective army of underground artists un-caged and exhibited to the public…

Brothers and sisters please come and support the cause!!!

ninja, shaolin monk, geisha girl, samurai warrior, yakuza,
electro new rave, break beat freaks, balkan gyspy ska belly dancing feet,
culture jammer, short-film junkie, fashion preacher punk,
performance art admirer, poetic creatures, burlesque missdress,
grafitti writer, happening seeker and manga-obsessives -

All are Welcome!
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Monday 7th May at the Yacht Club, Embankment:

Ivor Kallin - Dbl Bass
Alan Wilkinson - Sax
Paul May - Drums
Dave Tucker - Guitar

Lol Coxhill - Sax
John Edwards-Dbl Bass
Steve Noble - Drums

Terry Edwards -
Sax, Pocket Trumpet

The Soul Alkemyst -
Poetry

The Yacht Club, Temple Pier, Embankment.
(1st & 3rd Monday of every month)
Opposite Temple tube
(between Blackfriars and Waterloo Bridge).
5 /3 concs. Doors 8pm.

More info: http://www.boat-ting.com/
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D.a.m.ned lies +allthatnoise and RNS present

GALVANISED!
(a three day festival of other music)

8 9 10 JUNE 2007

3 Days of other music showcasing some of the best new acts across the UK's
alternative and experimental music scenes at the:

Empire Studios,
32b Vyner Street,
London E2
www.theempirestudios.com

www.myspace.com/galvanisedfestival

Galvanised! is a three day festival that will take place at the Empire
Studios on the 8, 9, 10 June. We will be bringing together a stream of
experimental music labels and promoters from across the UK, including
artists from Fear of Jazz, Chinchilla Records, Unluck Records, Curor
Recordings, Golden Lab Records.

Our venue is The Empire Studios, a fantastic new arts space on Vyner Street,
East London. There we will present three beaming nights of new and
challenging music. Expect a heady mix of lo-fi electronics/goofball
terror/sonic transmissions/freerjazz/DIY noise/ether
chimes/drone/circiutbending/cageian distortion/artmusik.

We will have lots of merchandise and records for sale via all the labels
involved and 323 Sounds and Second Layer Records.

FULL LINE-UP

FRIDAY 8 JUNE: (7pm-12pm)

My Ambulance is on Fire
Goodiepal
Signals
Rocketnumbernine
Skitanja


SATURDAY 9 JUNE: (7pm-12pm)

A.p.a.t.t.
Le Couteau Jaune
Cowtown
CHOPS
Serfs

SUNDAY 10 JUNE: (6pm-12pm) with panel discussion at 6pm*

Chora
Isambard Kingston Brunel
Horatio Pollard
Clouds
Madame P
Stuckometer

PANEL DISCUSSION

A panel discussion - Far Gone and Out: A History of Experimental Music in
the UK - will take place before Sunday's event (10th June) at 6.30pm.
Chaired by Jim Backhaus (Lumin / Kosmische).

VISUALS - WORLDOFPARKER.COM
DJ'S: FAIL HDJ (failme.net), Jim Backhaus (Lumin/Kosmische)

TICKETS:
6.00 PER NIGHT
12.00 FOR THE WEEKEND (ENTRY TO ALL 3 EVENTS)

Available from: www.ticketweb.co.uk

Venue Information:
The Empire Studios
32b Vyner Street London E2
www.theempirestudios.co.uk
0208 983 9310

Tube: Bethnal Green
National rail: Cambridge Heath
Bus: 26 ,48, 55, 106, 254, 309, 388, 394, D3, D6.
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CANCELLATION

ERASE ERRATA
EBONY BONES
PARTY WEIRDO

Tuesday 15 May @ The Luminaire

With much regret, this show has now been cancelled, as Erase Errata have withdrawn from all forthcoming European tour dates, due to the ill health of bassist Ellie Erickson.

Following a gruelling US tour, Ellie is suffering with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and is unable to play many of her parts. The band hope to reschedule their European dates for July, when Ellie has made a full recovery - we'll keep you posted.

In the meantime, anyone who has bought tickets via WeGotTickets will be refunded as soon as possible. Our sincerest apolgies for any disappointment caused.


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FREE ARTROCKER CLUB SATURDAYS COME TO THE ROUNDHOUSE FREEDM STUDIO



We are delighted to announce that alongside our Music Programme this spring, Artrocker and FREEDM bring you a series of Club Saturdays from this Saturday 5 May. Each gig will feature 3 bands, a selection of Artrocker Club’s DJs and will run from 2pm to 6pm from May 5th to June 16th. To top it all, gigs will also be completely FREE entry.



The Artrocker Club will showcase new underground bands to play to an All Ages audience building on the example set by leading All Age London Clubs (‘Way Out West’ and ‘UnderAge’ at The Coronet). The likes of Maximo Park, The Futureheads, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Young Knives were all seen first at Artrocker gigs and in the Artrocker magazine.



Saturday May 5 / 2pm - 6pm / FREEDM Studio



FREE ENTRY

ALL AGES ACCESS

PURE GROOVE RECORDS STALL

VICTORIAN ENGLISH GENTLEMENS CLUB (Cardiff)

+ Screaming Tea Party

+ DJs Stuart Plimsoles

+ Richard Artrocker

+ Tom and Paul Artrocker



Champions of the explosion of the underground alternative artrock scene, Artrocker, an independent fortnightly magazine since 2005, and a successful weekly club since 2002, brings its club and fine selection of brand new bands to the Roundhouse FREEDM Studio over a special series of seven Saturday afternoon gigs. Bands and full listings can be found on www.roundhouse.org.uk as they are announced.


FREEDM is a movement which has been created by Dr. Marten’s to liberate and support the creative desires and ambitions of today’s generation. Artists who’ve uploaded their work on to FREEDM2.com have had it shown on billboard galleries across the world, been flown to New York to play gigs, delivered their spoken word pieces at the San Francisco Noise Pop and have had the opportunity to perform in the FREEDM Studio at the Roundhouse.

Listen to Artrocker every Monday 5 - 630pm on Resonance FM

For more information please contact Nadia Syed, Marketing & PR Officer on

020 7424 8452 or email nadia.syed@roundhouse.org.uk



Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH

Call: 0870 389 1846
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Playing Camden Barfly 15 July

http://www.barflyclub.com/camden/wha...vent/9828.aspx
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Synthesis
Monday 28 May, 2007, 9.00 – 11.00pm
Tate Modern Turbine Hall, London
Sachiko M with Benedict Drew + AVVA - Toshimaru Nakamura and Billy Roisz + Ryoichi Kurokawa

Presenting live audio-visual performances from Japan, Austria and the UK, this programme highlights artists who are exploring the use of feedback, decay, assemblage and kinetics. Central to the notion of synthesis, are artistic practices that make use of electronic, analogue and self-built instruments; tools, techniques and software for the real-time creation, improvisation and manipulation of both sound and image.

While the avant-garde movements of the modern period idealized the machine, mechanical dysfunction is now often a focus of artistic interest. In contemporary practices such as audio-visual performance and electronic music, this strategy often involves a focus on the mechanical, electronic and material qualities of the instruments themselves, as well as the re-processing and transfer of the signals they produce.

From pure sine wave to thumping sub bass this will be a sublime and immersive one-off opportunity to experience some pretty extreme electronics and visuals, in the extraordinary industrial architecture of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. A 10 metre wide screen, an awesome sound system, cushions on the floor and an open bar. Immensely powerful, rhythmic and penetrating, this programme, in this context, will not be repeated. Book your tickets now, and don't forget your earplugs!

Part of UBS Openings: The Long Weekend

For group bookings of 10 or more people, full-time students in the group are eligible for discounted tickets at 10 each. These discount bookings must be made by phone and not via the website. A valid student card must be shown upon entry to the venue.

Tickets and information:
http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/thelongweekend2007/9030.htm <http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/thelongweekend2007/9030.htm>
Phone: +44 (0)20 7 887 8888

Sachiko M with Benedict Drew

Both accomplished improvisers, Sachiko M and Benedict Drew will punctuate the evening with precise, uncluttered simplicity. This performance presents the premier of a specially commissioned, new work, an open-ended improvisational strategy that seeks to amplify the stark industrial environment of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. The collaborative work makes visible the process of live interaction involving the real-time shaping of time-based sculptural elements. The collaboration will present a non-cinematic, audio-visual score involving kinetic imagery and pure sine wave. Benedict Drew presents a lucid visual field of magnified objects. Sachiko M’s muted soundscape, at times penetrating and at other times, virtually subsonic, forms a concentration of tones and frequencies that dialogue with Drew’s visual elements.

AVVA

For their performance at Tate Modern, AVVA will be performing a live improvisation, under the title of Nemu. AVVA is the duo of Toshimaru Nakamura and Billy Roisz, AVVA stands for "Audio Video/Video Audio", referring to the working method of the duo. Nakamura produces music using the internal feedback from his no-input mixing board; its musical inner workings exposed and stripped bare by recursive feedback loops. This is input into Roisz's video mixer becoming a source for its generated imagery. The result is colourful and shimmering. Between reduced sound and an extensively emptied picture, between a skeletal rhythm and a matrix of video lines. Nakamura's thumping feedback and clicking pulses infect the entire structure of the image, trembling and reflective. The image flickers and hums in response to high-frequency microtones forming continuous interwoven patterns.

Ryoichi Kurokawa

Three dimensional pixel sculptures are the result of Ryoichi Kurokawa’s audio-visual synthesis. Kurokawa destructs and reconstructs architectonic and organic abstractions with precision, coercing a complete surrendering of the senses. A minimal, yet chaotic conflux of visual and auditory perception merges into an experience of memory and ambiguity where virtual and actual images are no longer distinguishable. Kurokawa uses what he calls an “audiovisual organ” to compose spatial-time sculptures out of digitally generated material, formed from analogue field recordings. Abstract sound and imagery are perfectly synchronized, asserting a form of glitch minimalism re-assembled into complex and highly rhythmic audio-visual landscapes. Kurokawa accepts sound and imagery as a single unit, constructing precise and exquisite computer-based works that demonstrate a unique audio-visual language.
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DETAILS/SCHEDULE

Friday 1st June 2007
doors: 6:30pm (7:30pm sharp start)
ST. GILES-IN-THE-FIELDS
60 ST. GILES HIGH STREET (off Denmark St.)
LONDON, WC2H 8LG
Map: HERE
Entrance: £12.50 adv
Full info, ticks and sounds: http://no-signal.net/tonyco/


6.30pm: Doors Open / Complimentary Drinks
7.00pm: Classical Music Prelude
7.30pm: ISLAJA
8.15pm: RICHARD YOUNGS
9.00pm: PAAVOHARJU
10.15pm: TONY CONRAD
11.00pm: Classical Music Epilogue
11.30pm: Church Closes
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Project Mayhem: Battle of the Bands @ the Venue Basement
2a Clifton Rise, New Cross, London SE14 6JP
Friday 18th May 9pm – 2am
5 Entry/4 NUS
Featuring:
Brain Ache (http://www.myspace.com/brainache )
Even Thieves (http://www.myspace.com/eventhieves )
Girls That Scratch (http://www.myspace.com/girlsthatscratch)
Rawfox (www.myspace.com/rawfox )

With DJ Kleenex (www.myspace.com/djkleenex) on the decks

Come watch four bands battle it out, with the winning band recieveing

50% of all door takings that night.

Join the ALT-DJ, Project Mayhem & SKA Burlesque Mailing list Email:

admin@alt-dj.co.uk and use the subject line Subscribe

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Office Tel: 020 77328593
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Old 05.21.2007, 06:12 AM   #278
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UBS OPENINGS: THE LONG WEEKEND

Friday 25 May, 9pm

Maya Deren/Ikue Mori

Seven experimental films by legendary avant-garde filmmaker Mayan
Deren with specially commissioned soundtracks performed live by
iconic New York improvisation musician Ikue Mori.
that sounds amazing, i've always thought deren films would suit an electronic improv sound track.
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Old 05.22.2007, 04:02 AM   #279
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Yooop. this is it!

The Z Shed gang present a night of stepped up bass and low slung glump, all for your listening pleasure.

I reckon this one is going to kick off! Make sure you come down....

 


This month we are holing the Z Shed at Elephant and Castle’s best kept secret - Corsica Studios. For those of you who haven’t been there before, Corsica is a wicked little venue about 2 minutes walk from the tube station. The club itself is made up of two rooms, a courtyard and all topped off with a nice big Funktion 1 sound system. We can only fit in about 350 people, so make sure you get down early!

Corsica studios
Unit 5,
Farrell Court
Elephant Road
London SE17 1LB

www.corsicastudios.com

Friday 8th June
10-6
10/ 8 NUS

HIT UP THE MYSPACE FOR CHEAP GUEST LIST ACTION!

www.myspace.com/z_shed

 

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