As our favourite independent undeground venue in Adelaide, we of Hidden Village are proud to announce that we will be performing at the
Gallery De La Catessen once again!
Director, Luke Altmann writes of the festival that “April marks the end of the fourth year of musical activity at de la Catessen. To celebrate, a selection of musicians with a special emphasis on those working in Adelaide’s underground, experimental, and academic fields will present a series of concerts from April 12-23.
The performance schedule includes:
ALEKSANDR TSIBOULSKI & JACOB CORDOVER: Classical Guitars
DAVID KOTLOWY: prepared guitar, ruined piano, shakuhachi
ADE SUHARTO: dance
STEVEN KOTLOWY: bowed metallophones
DEREK PASCOE: saxophone
JASON SWEENEY with Tristan Louth-Robins: Panoptique Electrical
CHRISTIAN HAINES: technology
TRISTAN LOUTH-ROBINS: technology
MINIMAX featuring Luke Harrald (computers), Derek Pascoe (saxophone) and Chris Martin (piano)
BITCHES OF ZEUS, solo sets and trio by Daniel Varriccio, Patrick Saracino and Mourgos Grund
ADAM PAGE SOLO
Hidden Village (little scale and cloud sparrow) have a substantial online following and are internationally recognised in the contemporary chiptune community. They are re-discoverers of common discarded and nostalgic electronic entertainment equipment such as atari, game-boy, and commodore-64, as well as inventors of the electro-acoustic laser and water instrument the toriton.
The closing concert of AFUM is one of Hidden Village’s major performances for 2009, and will feature a keyboard controlled walkman-melotron, singing bowls, and live VGA hacking.
- Luke Altmann, Gallery De La Catessen
Be there, or be somewhere else!
7:30, 23rd April 2009