Thursday, 29 September 2016

Melbourne Fringe 2016


Low-Fi Bedroom Rock is an immersive experience of sound and movement. Performed in three acts and curated by Adnan Laala, musicians from Niko Niko, Adnan and the Whale and Write in Binary come together with dancers Amelia McQueen and Cobie Orger, to combine music and dance in a three-act performance featuring ambient synthesizer loops, drone and zero input mixing.

The sound evolves from New York style minimalism that includes repetitive driving rhythms, interlocking guitar riffs with the addition of explosive drum solos and dance that will fill the space with energy and movement. This work is inspired by the likes of Rhys Chatham, Neu and the Boredoms. It pays homage to experimentation, improvisation, space and movement.

WHEN: Friday 30 September, 6:30pm
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
COST: $15 Full / $10 Concession
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Presented as part of FCAC’s Call to Create program in association with At Home Records. This project is supported through Maribyrnong City Council’s Community Grant Program.
Presented as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016.

1- Image by Gregory Lorenzutti for This Town is Land Now, 2015

All content borrowed from Footscraycray Community Arts Centre Website, imges an content credit to who wrote or snapped first ;)

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