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STATIC MANSION presents...

STATIC MANSION presents two nights of less likely listening, live at the Wunderbar, 19 London St, Lyttelton


PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING LINEUP/DATE CHANGES...
Monday 2 October 2006
9:00pm - $2

ADAM WILLETTS (Auck)
Making a rare Christchurch appearance on his way to the Lines of Flight festival in Dunedin, Auckland artist Adam Willetts will be piloting hacked electronics and a laptop through their own electromagnetic fields.
http://adamwilletts.ethermap.org/
STANIER BLACK-FIVE (Chc/UK)

Stanier Black-Five presents Coastal Defence Battery (live). Inspired by attacks from the air, Stanier Black-Five masterminds a seductive aural assault employing experimental electronics with local and far flung sound sources to create a visceral volley of sound.

Stanier Black-Five is an ex-UK and recently New Zealand-based sound artist, radio maker, DJ and writer, who largely fashions her often aurally challenging soundscapes from environmental recordings and found sounds. She makes sporadic releases on her Argot Records label, and currently hosts The Soundmine show on Christchurch's RDU98:5FM. She has performed in London Musician's Collective's Annual Experimental Festival, across Europe, and more recently in New Zealand, at Christchurch Arts Festival's Bomb the Space, and in-store at Records Records in Dunedin. During October Stanier Black-Five will be travelling and performing in the UK, during which time she has been invited to present shows on UK art radio station Resonance FM, one of which will be a showcase of NZ experimental music.

www.myspace.com/stanierblack5.
with DJ support from Cegeste...
HEAD ALONG TO THE HIGH STREET PROJECT'S ARTST-RUN ARTIST PARTY, PART OF THE SCAPE BIENNIAL, SUNDAY 1st of OCTOBER, from 7pm FOR A POTENTIAL APPEARANCE BY THE Wgtn/Chc Hi-ACES...

coming up:
Thursday 12 October 2006
8:30pm - $5
SAM HAMILTON (Auck)
BEN SPIERS (Wgtn)
ANDREW WEEKS (Wgtn)
TIM COSTER (Auck)
Wednesday 11 October, 2006

11:00pm - 1am Tim Coster, Sam Hamilton and Ben Spiers live on RDU98:5FM's experimental sound show the SOUNDMINE.

The SOUNDMINE is experimental radio presented bi-weekly by Stanier Black-Five, on air from 11pm-1am. The programme will be guest-hosted by STATIC MANSION on the 11th and 18th of Oct, and the 1st Nov.

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