Saturday, 26 March 2011

Usurper / Aileen Campbell / Neil Davidson

We've been trying to make this gig happen for around four years now. Usurper + Aileen Campbell and Neil Davidson. + Eli Keszler and Helhesten.
1pm Nice and Sleazy's. £4. + a pile of other stuff:

Long+Wrong and Tracer Trails present

Eli Keszler / Usurper / Aileen Campbell & Neil Davidson / Helhesten / Iain Campbell / Boom Edan / Fordell Research Unit / Guanoman / King Rib / Noma / Opaque

1pm-4pm: Nice N Sleazy
4pm-6pm: The Griffin
6pm-11pm: CCA 5

Tickets £4 (afternoon) / £4 (evening) / £7 (everything) from, Monorail Music, or on the door.

Improv at Sleazy's: 1pm-4pm: £4

Sketchy noises in a basement all afternoon, featuring awesome international special guest Eli Keszler ( fierce, high-energy free percussion and invented instruments from Providence, Rhode Island. Plus the debut performance of a new collaboration between local champion improvisers Usurper, Neil Davidson and Aileen Campell. Further plus Helhesten!

Weird dinner at The Griffin: 4pm-6pm: unticketed & free

Notorious local performance artist / musician Iain Campbell will disrupt our buffet at The Griffin. Note: Diners will need to pay a couple of pounds to eat.

Film premiere at CCA: 6pm-7pm: unticketed & free

Premier of a new documentary film exploring Scotland's underground experimental music scene. In spring 2010 three friends were loaned a video camera and seized the opportunity to explore contemporary fringe musics in Scotland. Part documentary, part character study, the film develops into an insightful meditation on the roots of creativity, collaboration and the artistic process.

Four hours of noise at CCA: 7pm-11pm: £4

Could you listen to four hours of noise? What effect would it have on you? What if you found it more exciting and more boring than anything you had ever experienced? An overloaded performance of overloaded music, with separate and overlapping sets from Boom Edan, Fordell Research Unit, Guanoman, King Rib, Noma and Opaque.

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