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EEEEOW! Festival of Electronic Music – Closing Event

When:

Sun 19 Nov 2017, 4:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Audio Foundation, 4 Poynton Terrace, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Presales: $10.00
  • Doors: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Audio Foundation

Over three days and nights, bare witness to a staggering array of weird and wonderful electronic music. Some acts you will have you dancing, others will propel you into a trance of introspective self-reflection, some may have you sprinting for the exit.

With:
- Personal Grievance
- Bonnie Hart
- Flo Wilson
- Nick Graham + SL
- Chronic Fatigue Sindrome

Artist bios.

Nick Graham
Nick Graham is a sound engineer and sonic practitioner based in Dunedin. Using an assortment of homemade electronics, his work incorporates dense beds of drone peppered with an emphasis on the more visceral ends of the hearing spectrum.

SL
Sam Longmore is an artist and electronic musician based in Auckland. His whose work is informed by the relationships between sound architecture, and geographic theories of space, place and body. In recent releases, found-sounds and field recordings collide and intermingle, coalescing in shimmering, Solaris-like surfaces of hypnotic drone.

Chronic Fatigue Sindrome
Chronic Fatigue Sindrome, the occult-duo of Andrew McLeod and Liz Maw, play the pain and fatigue of the musical doom disease while the disease plays us.

Flo Wilson
Flo Wilson (Foxtrot) is a composer, producer and artist based in Wellington, New Zealand. Her musical influences are diverse, stemming from computer music, embodied performance, spatial design and immersive installation.

Bonnie Hart
Bonnie Hart is an interdisciplinary artist and musician currently based in Brisbane, Australia. Hart is renowned for their high-energy avant-garde performers, vocal and instrumental improvisations, both solo and in collaboration.

Notable acts include the theatrical grindcore band Unaustralians and ecstatic music collective Sun of the Seventh Sister. Bonnie’s work is extremely diverse, but firmly rooted in the gritty realism of the contemporary sociopolitical landscape.

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Sullen moans of grumpy guitar amps meet weird bowed metal, home made electronics, and other -weirder- ‘found sounds’ in this infamously confronting solo project of Dunedin’s Dene Barnes.

Personal Grievance
Founded by Derya Parlak in 2015, amidst the cold embrace of New Zealand’s Southern-Isle, Personal Grievance is a free improvisation project utilising cassette audio technology.

Presented by: Audio Foundation

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