What’s Cool and Unusual – 27th November 2013

Thu 28

Maze Crescent, The University of Sydney, Darlington
7pm Free entry

Tin Shed Spots #6

There will be noise. And beauty.
This looks like the last TSS of 2013 and is set to be one of the most intense and exciting shows so far.

Guest curated by Mark Morris, owner of Bo’Weavil Recordings.

Featuring:

Brendan Walls (engines, agitated long wires, car horns, oscillators, piano)
Anthony Guerra (guitar and voice)
Nik Rizili (film work)

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Fri 29

Black Wire, 219 Parramatta Rd, Annandale
7pm ALL AGES

MANHUNT (Bris) / STARVATION (Adl) / SHACKLES (Byr) / CANINE / GRUEL

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Fri 29

Where:
Level 3 corridor
Robert Webster Building, UNSW,
Union Rd, Kensington

When:
Friday 29 November
Saturday 30 November
7pm start both nights

CORRIDOR | C A C H E in P O I N T #2

–C o r r i d o r con nectiv it y in tog e thern es s and isol atio n–

New music concert series CACHE in POINT presents their second installment, Corridor. Curated by Elia Bosshard and Sonya Holowell a bare university corridor will be crowded by the music of Sydney’s Austin Buckett (GOLDEN BLONDE) and Andrew Ford as well as the European Avant-garde compositions of Iannis Xenakis and György Kurtag and new projected works by Marco Cheng. For fans of percussion and experimental sounds, this concert is not to be missed.

From 7pm each evening, performers Elia Bosshard (flute), Sonya Holowell (voice, 2014 Song Company Young Artist), Diana Zhang (piano), William Jackson and Yvonne Ham (Nomad Percussion) dwell in the passageway while a sound installation by Austin Buckett occupies the elevator.

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Sat 30

Black Wire, 219 Parramatta Rd, Annandale
7pm ALL AGES

TRUST PUNKS (NZ), DOG BEACH, BRINKWORTH, MAXIMUM STRENGTH

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Sun 1

Paddington Reservoir 251-255 Oxford Street, Paddington
4pm
Entry by donation: $20 | $10 (suggestion)
Bookings, information and media requests: 0411 606 077

Recursive Space

New Music Network presents
West Head Project – Recursive Space

Rosalind Hall and Jim Denley (saxophones).
This duo presents a meeting of two instrumental and musical innovators – players from different generations who redefine their instruments. Their aim in these concerts is to go beyond instrumental redefinition and find music that resonates with redefined space – to effect a rethink of spaces through music and vice versa.

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