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The Projection Band & Fear Up Harsh

When:

Fri 30 Jun 2017, 8:00pm–11:00pm

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

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Door Sales: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Audio Foundation

"The universe to the eye of the human understanding is framed like a labyrinth, presenting as it does on every side so many ambiguities of way, such deceitful resemblances of objects and signs, natures so irregular in their lines and so knotted and entangled. And then the way is still to be made by the uncertain light of the sense, sometimes shining out sometimes clouded over, through the woods of experience and particulars." - Francis Bacon, The Great Instauration

The Projection Band is back on the road, fully restored, presenting to new media shows, with long improvisations. Big floor-to-ceiling projections, cooking sharp and strong sound, behind soft curtain, allowing spectacle to be itself, scratching, gliding, screaming, contemplating, experimenting, the beauty of collaboration between three of them, sometimes breaking their signature style, hidden noise world, what can become point of departure, for this fusion flight to nowhere.

The Projection Band:
- Rui Inaba – prepared acoustic bass guitar, synthesiser, sound objects
- Phill Dryson – prepared electric guitar, synthesiser, sound objects
- Ivan Mršić – Loperbow springosonic sink, oboe (sopile), low whistles, synthesiser

Fear Up Harsh is the latest music project of Michael Ferris and Jeffery Gane working with improvisation and live performance. Gane’s percussion is treated by Ferris with various effect and processors. Loops and live synthesis fill out the soundscape creating a textural, rhythmic plateau.

Fear Up Harsh:
Jeffrey Gane – percussion;
Michael Ferriss – synthesisers & treatments & Kevin Kim

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