TLR plays Dunedin – 14th October 2010

For those of you Otago-centric, I’ll be performing my only NZ show on the 14th October.  See below for the details (blurb courtsey of Shelley Brunt)

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Prick up your ears for a one-night-only event of frosty low noise, hi-end improv, smooth sine waves, maximum crescendos and minimalist blips — all in the deep space of None’s basement.

Featuring touring sound artist Tristan Louth-Robins in his only New Zealand show.

Proudly supported by the University of Otago Division of Humanities Performing Arts Fund.

Artists
Tristan Louth-Robins (Aus)
Eye
Tsunami no orikata

**Come**
Thursday 14 October from 9pm
None (basement)
24 Stafford St, Dunedin
$5 at the door

**Artist info**
Tristan Louth-Robins (Aus)
Tristan (a.k.a. Red Robin) iworks in the medium of sound art, composition and new media art. He incorporates assorted media and technologies to realise concepts and ideas associated with sound and its signification. Tristan is particularly interested in sound and its associative implications – such as its relationship to space, nature, media and technology. Since 2005 he has performed and exhibited his work in Australia and overseas for various projects, galleries and conferences whilst also frequently collaborating with artists, musicians and collectives.
http://www.tristanlouthrobins.com/media/liveimages.html
http://www.myspace.com/TLRredrobin
http://soundcloud.com/red_robin

Eye (Dunedin)
Dunedin-based improvisational rock/electronic group
featuring Peter Porteous on guitar, thumb piano and Tibetan
bowl, Nathan Thompson on guitar, laptop and occasional
vocals, Jon Chapman on electronics, and Peter Stapleton on
drums, tapes and shortwave radio. Eye combine traditional
rock instruments and both analogue and digital electronics,
with their music a juxtaposition of both quiet and loud
noise and of driving trance-rock and free=floating sound
fields. Their latest LP “Winterwork” is due for release on
US label Last Visible Dog
http://www.myspace.com/eyenz

Tsunami no orikata (Dunedin)
Collaboration between Toki Wilson and Motoko Kikkawa. Violin, noise, audio improv and all sorts of things you weren’t expecting.
http://none.org.nz/
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