Posts Tagged ‘Womb’

ZACH WEBBER ANIMATION / I.E.CRAZY INTERVIEW / MOTTE

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

NATURE ADVANCES THROUGH THE SUBURBS

As if making amazing, intricate music isn’t enough of a mission, Zach Webber (of Paperghost) has been chipping away at the colossal task of animating & scoring a lofi mini-series! Here’s the latest wacky installment, Ep2: The Geese:

For Ep1: Insurance Fraud and further ZW goods, check out www.zachwebbersoundart.com. You can also hear get the soundtracks here > http://zachwebber.bandcamp.com/album/nature-advances-through-the-suburbs-ost


TO SPEND MORE TIME LOOKING AT THE GROUND THAN AT THE SKY – AN INTERVIEW W/ I.E.CRAZY


Claire Duncan

“Maybe if I was a happier person and the world were less fucked up, or if I could just stomach the putrid bullet of being a good capitalist and expressed myself through home renovations and new curtains, I wouldn’t feel the need to write music at all.” – Claire Duncan

Read the full interview by Charlotte Forrester (of Womb) thanks to Salient > here < More: iecrazy.tumblr.com


MOTTE – SONGS FOR MOVIES


And for your general listening pleasure, here’s some cinematic violin by Lyttelton’s Motte, aka Anita Clark:

WOMB VIDEO PREMIERE ON THE WIRELESS

Friday, February 12th, 2016

Neo-folk artist Womb today brings to life a compelling new video for gently anthemic second single ‘Teresa’.

The video transports the song into a world of limitlessly reeling digital landscapes. The director, Tristan Joseph Brooks, calls on the sublime element of digital realms, exploring the never-ending wormholes of unused and decaying digital spaces:

“I spent weeks ‘location scouting’ in Second Life”, he explains. “Exploring these vast empty worlds, my avatar became non-existent… I tried to touch abstractly on ideas of loneliness and the idea of being somewhere but not really belonging. Growing out of one world and into another.”

The beauty and futility in fathoming this territory ties perfectly with the sense of loneliness and abstract longing conveyed in the song itself. Brooks’ vast infinitudes of digital landscapes are punctuated by comparatively ‘real’ visual renderings of Womb (aka Charlotte Forrester). She stands spectral-like, as though transmitting a message from an unknown palace lost in the ruins of the internet.

Check out the premiere feature & interview with Charlotte & Tristan at The Wireless!

FAMILY TIME! WOMB & A HUM OF VOICES

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

VIDEO: WOMB LIVE

Charlotte Forrester, aka Womb, has united her mother’s progeny to form a live band! Here is a video from their second ever show late last year featuring Georgette Brown on drums and Haz Forrester on guitar, both of whom also created the stage setting, with projections by Erica Sklenars/Lady Lazer Light:


Womb font by Georgette Brown

TWIN TALK

The Forrester twins (ex-Athuzela Brown) were recently featured in a radio series on Musical Siblings. Listen here to their interview with RNZ‘s Shaun D Wilson in which they discuss “growing and making music, together and apart”:

A HUM OF VOICES

Haz makes ethereal folk & electronic music under the name A Hum of Voices. You can listen to and freely download his beautiful debut EP here:

VIDEO: WOMB – LIONESS

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Check out the sensual and sisterly new video for Womb‘s track Lioness – co-created by Georgette Brown and Dan Harris (aka Illojgali)!


“A lot of symbols come up again and again for us: like bleeding shells, insects and other flora and fauna, fire, and sisterhood. We didn’t exactly know where it was going, but we knew it would start with a bloody womb and end in flames and we just let it unfold organically from there, like sowing a dream seed. Kind of inspired too by David Lynch once saying how he’ll just see a random image in his mind and then follow that without questioning it.” – Charlotte Forrester/ Womb

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AN INTERVIEW WITH WOMB ON UTR

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

Charlotte Forrester / Womb
Charlotte Forrester / Womb

Thanks to Under the Radar for this great wee interview with Charlotte Forrester of Womb:

“It’s like the womb is the most sacred, safe place. It is warm, it is floating. Then the womb is also totally sexual, and red, and passionate. And finally, in some ways it is raw and frightening, this eerie zone of amniotic fluid, and then you’re pushed out, bloody, into the world.”

Read the full interview on UTR

SONOROUS CIRCLE FEATURED ON RADIO NZ!

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Thanks to Samuel Flynn Scott and the lovely folks at Radio New Zealand‘s Music 101 for putting this together and broadcasting it to the nation! Featuring interviews with Womb, Paperghost and I.Ryoko. Stream below.

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Charlotte Forrester, aka Womb

“Record labels are machines of hype, or at least they used to be. Some labels seem to exist for more esoteric reasons. Bring the right music together under the same label and strange alchemy can happen. Samuel Scott certainly found that to be the case at Sonorous Circle.”

Want more? Check out Music 101 for their amazing range of new music insights!

SCR031: WOMB (SELF-TITLED)

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Hey-hooray! Today the dream-folk songstress, Charlotte Forrester, brings us her debut, self-titled, solo release as Womb! Five stunning tracks that speak for themselves… Stream below or pay-as-you-like to download. Pretty t-shirts to follow!

Mix & master by Sean Kelly (Seth Frightening).
Cover art by Georgette Brown.

MARTYN PEPPERELL INTRODUCES PAPERGHOST & WOMB

Sunday, April 12th, 2015

Music enthusiast and reviewer, Martyn Pepperell, has introduced a couple of SC affiliates for TheAudience.co.nz recently, introducing new tracks by Paperghost and Womb. Read more & link to the streams below!

PAPERGHOST – BADSPIRIT:

Paperghost
Drawing by Zach Webber

“With his forthcoming new album, Signal Fingers, Wellington composer, producer, and sound designer Paperghost (real name: Zach Webber) concocts a cycle of densely layered songs born from intricate stories and environments. Surreal and architectural, his music mixes imagination with reality, fictions and personal experiences so blurred you can’t quite tell one from the other.”

Read more and stream the track, BADSPIRIT here > www.theaudience.co.nz/news/martyn-pepperell-introduces-paperghost/

The full Signal Fingers album will be available for download here on Wednesday!


WOMB – AIRPLANE:

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Charlotte Forrester (previously of Athuzela Brown) also shared a new track, Airplane, from her forthcoming EP:

‘Describing her music process as ritualistic, Charlotte has found she writes best within a sacred space and the correct accompanying headspace. “I feel it is necessary to return to the emotional landscapes the songs were written in, so that the recordings will harness the nature of the song I’ve written,” she explains.’

Read more and stream the track, Airplane, here> www.theaudience.co.nz/news/martyn-pepperell-introduces-womb

Thanks to Martyn and theaudience.co.nz!

PHOTOS: BRAND NEW ZEAL PARTY – INVERLOCHY ART SCHOOL

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

These pics from The Brand New Zeal Party on October 11th at Inverlochy Art School. Thanks to everyone who came along and contributed to the good times! (NB: Party #2 on November 1st!)


Inverlochy Art School


A Hum of Voices & Womb

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BRAND NEW ZEAL!

Monday, October 6th, 2014

ATTENTION FRIENDLY BEINGS OF WELLINGTON!

Sure, it seems the world is going to proverbial hell, but it’s spring time and the nights are light, so throw off the glum political winter and unite with your townsfolk for an early evening of adventurous and energetic sensory stimulation this Saturday!

Sonorous Circle and Wellington City Council Creative Communities presents:


Poster image by Georgette Brown

THE BRAND NEW ZEAL PARTY!

@ Inverlochy Art School
(3 Inverlochy Place, off Abel Smith St, Wgtn)

featuring:
THE ALL SEEING HAND (7.00pm)
LADY LAZER LIGHT (visual projections for A.S.H)
AURA (6.00pm)
BALLAH PLAYAH GNAR (5.15pm)
WOMB & A HUM OF VOICES (4.30pm)

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Bargain-nutritious-delicious food by KOKOMO JOE!
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Super-dooper-face-paint by RUBY GRAY!
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Avant-clowning by CALVIN PETERSEN, STELLA REID and DANIEL EMMS!
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‘Child-friendly psychedelic’ art by GEORGETTE BROWN!

ALL WELCOME!
Entry by donation, all proceeds to the artists
(& bring cash for aforementioned food! : )


ALSO IN WELLINGTON THIS WEEKEND! (Friday night)
“The Albemarle is one of Wellington’s classic historic buildings… it was once was an anarchist hang out, then a brothel, now soon to be demolished. It’s an amazing space and a friend has kindly gifted us the use of the building for a one-off gig/art happening .. we’re going to fill the place with installations, performances, projections and sound! It’s also the Orchestra of Spheres leaving party before the band set sail to the US and Iceland next week, and they’re joined by a whole heap of good friends for the night.” Be sure to RSVP if you want to attend!

& Check out this brand new OOS video by Simon Ward!

www.orchestraofspheres.com