Posts Tagged ‘Audio Foundation’

AUDIO FOUNDATION / I.RYOKO RESIDENCY PICS PT1

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Unfortunately the i.ryoko residency at the Audio Foundation has now come to an end! What a joyous time, I wish it could have gone on longer! Thanks so much to Zoe, Chris and Jeff at the Audio Foundation, and all who attended the shows and/or had chats and inspired me while I was there.

So begins the recap – starting with these video stills taken from the show in the AF stairwell on Wednesday 19th Feb, 2014 featuring Duncan Bruce, Sally McIntyre (Radio Cegeste), Matt Faisandier (The Convoy) and Thomas Lambert (i.ryoko). Video shot by Zoe Drayton.

DUNCAN BRUCEDuncan Bruce


Matt Faisandier (The Convoy)


Sally McIntyre (Radio Cegeste)


Thomas Lambert (i.ryoko)


Audio and video on the way…

AUDIO FOUNDATION RESIDENCY FINAL SHOW!

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

AF FINALE

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kranky.net/artists/robertsd.html
sonorouscircle.com/sethfrightening
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AUDIO FOUNDATION RESIDENCY SHOW #1

Monday, February 17th, 2014

AF Residency Show #1

In Auckland at the mo? i.ryoko has a lovely, reverberant, 3-storey stairwell at his disposal, if you’re interested – should be fun! I will be joined by two talented friends from as far as Dunedin and Australia, plus a mystery guest. Attend at will – all welcome. More shows to be announced soon as part of my residency which continues until March 2nd. Stay tuned. Huge thanks to the Audio Foundation, Matt Faisandier and Sally McIntyre for being extremely excellent!

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sonorouscircle.com/theconvoy
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WHAT’S GOING ON?

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

I.RYOKO IN RESIDENCE AT THE AUDIO FOUNDATION

VIOLIN WAVE by i.ryoko

Today I (Thomas Lambert, a.k.a I.RYOKO) began my residency at the Audio Foundation in Auckland. This is the first time the residency has been offered and I feel very lucky to be here. Over the next three weeks I will be working from the AF studio in Myers Park with the aim of producing an ‘adventurous and well realised new sound work’, along with an exhibition of photography. I will also be having a public event or three, so if you’re in Auckland please stay tuned for more info! Details will be available here or through the usual Audio Foundation outlets.


VALENTINES DAY MONSTER MASH IN WELLINGTON

Rumours abound that the All Seeing Hand and Erica Sklenars will display the full visual extravaganza that rain denied them at CALH. What better way to spend a romantic evening?!


PYRAMID CLUB OPENING IN WELLINGTON THIS WEEKEND!

Pyramid Club

While Wellington is on the verge of losing two of its prime music venues (Puppies and Mighty Mighty) it is about to gain one which will fill the gaping void left after the closure of the Frederick Street Sound and Light Exploration Society in 2012. ‘Freds’ was not just a venue but the hub of an enthusiastic arts community until its untimely demise as the result of building safety regulations under threat of earthquakes. Now, at long last, the legendary Dan Beban brings us the next incarnation: Pyramid Club! Opening this weekend… Party on!

ALTMUSIC PRESENTS: MATMOS IN WELLINGTON

Monday, January 27th, 2014

Thanks to Altmusic for bringing another excellent, awesome, inspiring show to NZ, this time in the form of electronic music pioneers, Drew Daniel and M.C Schmidt, a.k.a Matmos.

If you missed out, you missed out! But for talk of Bjork, psychic experiments, and morrrre check out this video interview on 3 News and/or this radio interview on Radio NZ’s Music 101 recorded on Thursday before the Wellington show.

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Sally of Mighty assists in a ‘psychic experiment’

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ALTMUSIC PRESENTS: MERZBOW IN NZ THIS WEEK!

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

“One of the most extreme and uncompromising musicians of the 21st Century… Delving deep into otherworldly extremes of industrial, metal machine noise and beyond, Merzbow’s blistering output runs the gauntlet of his definitive brand of Japanese noise – from charred & blackened subterranean lows to interstellar cosmic highs. Punishing, remorseless frequencies pour forth in a relentless onslaught of pure sound, decomposing electronic textures devolve into tsunamis of brutal guitar wreckage. Impossible to pin down due to his uncomprehendingly vast ouvre, simultaneously contemplative & aggressive, Merzbow’s sound is way beyond music, it simply IS.”

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