Oct 3, 2014 – SOUND KLUB 12
Noel Meek & Olivia Webb (NZ)
Sister0 (Tas, just returned from Austria)
The Hovering Waitresses (Tas)
The Grand Poobah
9pm, noises at 9:30pm
– Noel Meek & Olivia Webb –
Wellington-based sound artist, Noel Meek, has been working in experimental music for over 15 years. Meek’s current music project uses samplers to build drones out of acoustic and electric instruments using non-traditional tunings and notes pitch shifted by microtonal intervals to build ecstatic layers of overtones. His latest live works have been described as “apocalyptic.”
Artist and musician Olivia Webb reworks video of simple, natural environments to complement and build upon Meek’s soundscapes. Webb’s videos play with elemental themes, an obsession with weather patterns, and ideas of irrational symmetry. Images morph as the sound pulses creating one holistic/universal experience for the audience.
– sister0 –
Nancy Mauro-Flude (ex ToyDeath) returns with her bizarre concoctions of custom-built synths, modified gamepads, voodoo-dolls and paraphernalia played as instruments in a live audio visual performance. In a casual take on metaphysics and material wonder, nancy divines sound and performs with a landscape composed from many sources of material. Her works are infused with the intimate knowledge of live coding, theatre, modified game engines, and hands on hardware hacking.
Poster design by Nadine Kessler
Excerpts from the sets from ‘Sound Klub Eleven’
With Maria Moles & Adam Halliwell and the ‘Convergence’ compilation launch w/ Black Paul, Pip Stafford and Scot Cotterell.
Grand Poobah, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. April 18, 2014.
Convergence – a compilation of Hobart noise & experimental music – Volume One
can be bought from the Rough Skies band camp – features Hobart-based noise makers – and will be launched at SKeleven
image – Sally Rees 2014
Machines Of Indeterminate Origin – “STAB” (offical music video)
Orodruin at Grand Poobah – supporting at MO1O Vinyl launch (August 2013)
Drive West Today – supporting at MO1O Vinyl launch (August 2013)