The show that never happened — there was another great gig that night, so Stereocilia supported Acid Mothers Temple at The Fulford Arms in front of a decent-sized crowd instead of headlining at The Fleeting Arms in front of a tiny crowd.
Then we took a break…
Venue: The Fleeting Arms
A special matinée performance featuring guests over from Germany. We’re hoping that this will be a nice relaxed show, with some interesting sounds in a chilled-out environment. Come along for a listen!
!! Just confirmed: Inhuman Resources will be compère whilst the stage is being reset…
A change to the bill meant that ~ON were not able to play; instead we saw niebla and yèct.
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More experimental noises. Not necessarily in this order.
++ £3 suggested donation please to help with upkeep of the venue and touring artists’ costs (no-one will be turned away due to lack of funds — all donations welcome) ++
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Wonkystuff presents TCH with support from Orlando Ferguson at Fulford Arms, York – more than just a pub:
TCH /Timothy C Holehouse is a project from Portsmouth’s Tim Holehouse, exploring the more experimental/darker aspects of his accomplished guitar playing.
This show is part of the final tour as TCH, with one last album to promote…
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Performance #3 in the Wonkystuff live catalogue.
This gathering see us playing host to Banana Pill, TCH and Orlando Ferguson
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Wonkystuff nominally ‘present’ neuschlaufen and some other people
neuschlaufen: Repetitive noise and amp death. https://nschlfn.bandcamp.com/album/1404262220-wp
Muttley: don’t forget the hat.
In the blue corner, namke communications
In the red corner, Sebastian Oldsmith.
Wonkystuff hit the ground running with their first show in York, bringing together:
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Wonkystuff hit the ground running with their first show in Leeds, bringing together:
Stapleton & Rose
** Paul Stapleton’s self-designed instrument, the BoSS Bonsai Sound Sculpture, (BoSS, 2010) combines with Simon Rose’s circular breathed baritone/alto, multiphonics and harmonic textures, to explore through real-time interaction. The method of exploration commits to a free improvisation approach where the music is composed at the point of performance. Since meeting in 2010 Stapleton and Rose have performed as a duo in Germany and the UK, and in 2013 and they released their first CD ‘FAUNA’ on the San Diego label pfMENTUM. Digital version available here: http://fauna-stapleton-rose.bandcamp.com/
Legion of Swine
** Legion of Swine is the main artistic output of Music Techology lecturer Dave Procter. His main themes are disgust at the depths that Western and other regimes sink to in order to keep “democratic” control.
** Seance-sonic and trans-timebending drone/noise merchants
The Fenton, Leeds – 8/4/2014
The Woolpack, York – 9/4/2014
One week from today, Wonkystuff present the Yorkshire leg of the Stapleton & Rose UK tour (facebook event).
The headliners, Stapleton & Rose, combine Rose’s (usually) extended saxophone techniques with Stapleton’s Bonsai Sound Sculpture (BoSS). BoSS is a musical instrument/sculpture consisting of a re-purposed turntable, electronics, amplified metallic percussion and strings; invented in 2010 in collaboration with Neil Fawcett.