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EEEEOW! Festival of Electronic Music – Night 2

When:

Sat 18 Nov 2017, 8:00pm–11:30pm

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

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Presales: $10.00
  • Doors: $20.00
  • 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:
- Omit
- Richard Francis
- Rachel Shearer
- K-Group
- Droszkhi
- Rosy Parlane

Artist Bios:

- K-Group
K-Group is the off-shoot solo outing of Surface of the Earth guitarist Paul Toohey, and epitomizes the minimal drone of NZ’s deepest, darkest underground. Simulating the calm of a freshly-sedated patient, the antiquated analogue synthesizers of K-Group produce immaculate slabs of sound, exploring the subtlety of drone and electric hum in the vein of Gate and the Dead C.

- Rosy Parlane
Rosy Parlane is a musician from Auckland who began playing music with the avant-garde rock trio Thela. He subsequently began working with abstract electronic based music, both as a solo artist and as Parmentier with fellow Thela collaborator, Dion Workman.

His soundscapes are comprised of field recordings, pianos, guitars, household objects and other instruments manipulated via digital UK-based means. Rosy Parlane has released four solo albums, originally on Sigma Editions, and on Touch. Described by one reviewer as “inspired” and “exquisite”, Parlane’s soundscapes of beauty and destruction require a patience listeners are eagerly afforded by listeners.

- Droszkhi
Droszkhi is the solo music project of New Zealand artist and musician Torben Tilly. Following in the spirit of his previous electronic duo Minit (together with Jasmine Guffond) and more recent sonic explorations with the mercurial group Full F*cking Moon (Bek Coogan, Andy Wright, Steve Heather), Droszkhi pulls into its sphere layer upon spectral layer of electronics, custom synths, percussion & other mixed-media to produce a psychedelic sound world of mind-expanding elliptical loops, discombobulated techno-rhythms, electric pulses, and cosmic drones.

- Rachel Shearer
Rachel Shearer investigates the materiality of sound through installation, experimental music, live performance and sound design/composition for moving image. She has received public commissions for sound art and has actively participated in a culture of composing and performing experimental music, releasing recordings on Xpressway (in group Angelhead), Drag City, Flying Nun (in group Queen Meanie Puss), Corpus Hermeticum, Ecstatic Peace, Family Vineyard (as Lovely Midget & Rachel Shearer) along the way.

- Omit
Omit is the solo electronic project of Blenheim’s Clinton Williams. Throughout the 1990s, a litany of self-published cassettes resulted Williams’ experiments, hybridizing Throbbing Gristle’s early industrialism and Klaus Schulze’s cosmological tangents and resulting in a series of catalogue-releases on Corpus Hermeticum and Sysecular Records.

The early 2000s, saw a veering towards Lustmord’s dark ambience (on the double-disc Tracer, 2005), and later a toying with Pan Sonic’s glitch soundscapes (on double-disc Interceptor, 2008). Live, his hardware setup sprawls across multiple – a sight to behold.

- Richard Francis
Richard Francis uses field recordings, modular synthesizer and computer to compose and improvise sound works. He has released solo and collaborative albums on a number of labels including Korm Plastics (NL), Monochrome Vision (RU), Aufabwegen (DE), Last Visible Dog (USA) and his own record label CMR (NZ). Recent published collaborative CDs have been with Bruce Russell (NZ), Mattin (ES), Jason Kahn (USA) and Francisco Lopez (ES).

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