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Concentric Circuits
 : Eugene Carchesio, stern/manning dus


Concentric Circuits : Eugene Carchesio, stern/manning dus

  • Date: Saturday, 12 May 2012, 8:30pm
  • Venue: Basil Jones Orchestral Hall — Queensland Conservatorium - Griffith University, South Bank, South Brisbane, QLD
  • Series: This event is part of the Crossbows Festival series

Event Details

Eugene Carchesio - haunted laptops, hidden pulses, revealed in a fluttering of sonic colours.
Joel Stern/ Ross Manning - self made sonic distractions, unsettled duets.
Primitive Motion - post-synth, post-punk, post-anything they can

"Primitive Motion, a perfect something akin to ancient melodies of the future, the sonic equivalent of idiot savant cave etchings, a sound that feels distant and near all at once" - Raymond Cummings
Tralala Blip - community sound makers orbiting the outer fringes of electro, pop and song deconstructions

Outsider Pop, Alternative, Indie, Experimental. These terms mean very little to most of the members of Tralala Blip. "What's outsider pop? we make music in a hall in Lismore, it's inside" Mathew Daymond.

"My girlfriend dumped me and i lost my job at FoodWorks. So i took a gun to my boss and then the cops chased me around Bangalow. They couldn't find me down the creek. It was only a plastic gun. I wrote a song about it cuz it's a true story. It's called Love to your heart, gun to your head. but i took off gun to your head." Lydian Dunbar.

"We use lots of boxes to make our music, electronic instruments to make lovely sounds." Leanne Butt.

"I like using boxes to make music too. Good looking boxes are important. no ugly boxes." Randolf Reimann.

"I wrote the song Penny Black Eye about my dog. She was bitten by a tick and now she's in Heaven. I miss her very much." Zac Mifsud.

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