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WANKOSLOP @ BOUND – 02/06/2018

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From https://www.secondstory.com.au/newsblog

An evening of Shibari performances and much much more …. 

​​$20 EARLY BIRD BOOK AT https://www.trybooking.com/VKRJ valid until the 16th May, after that, tickets will be $30/person . 

This edition of Bound will feature as the main act Hajime Kinoko, undoubtedly one of Japans top Shibari Masters, he will be accompanied by two other performers that are amongst the best rope artists in Australia. Bound by Avalon is open event and aimed to please your own visual and kinesthetic delight ….

On the night, we will also have the pleasure to see WANKOSLOP in their bizarro noise performance-art wank from UMBILICAL TENTACLE members Yuka Discobeans and Nik Kennedy. Incorporating atmospheric soundscapes and unsettling vocal delivery with butoh-inspired contemporary dance and avant-garde tea ceremony performance.
WANKOSLOP create surreal rituals of tension and beauty amongst waves of textural distortion and dark synth tones. https://www.facebook.com/yuka.discobeans?fref=mentions

The extremely talentad Tattoo artist Shiseio Kimura ( Japanese good shit ) will also be tattooing during the night, Shisei has been tattooing for 10 years, first in Japan before moving to Melbourne 4 yrs ago, Specialising in Japanese Style tattooing and contemporary interpretations. A few fortunate will be lucky enough to experience his masterfully artistic skills on the night ( pre arranged, if you are interested, please contact Shisei on intagram ). ( https://www.instagram.com/shitgeo/ )

This is an opportunity to experience and immerse yourself in this seductive, profound and sensual evening of Japanese arts and customs that originate back to the Samurai.

Most have performed on stages throughout Australia, Japan, Europe and the USA. 

IMPORTANT … we have changed the location for the first time BOUND will be held at at Second Story Studios in Collingwood no longer on Chapel St. 

Drum roll please…. The Japanese rope art performers are:

Avalon & Jenna ( Japanese Rope art )

Harumitsu & Cherrybossoms ( Japanese Rope art )

Hajime Kinoko & Chelsey ( Japanese Rope art )

Some of Kinoko’s Bios for those of you that may be interested:

The beautiful experience of Burning Man that I shared with Kinoko:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQReR8iqb74&t=1
Kinoko’s Profile:
http://shibari.jp/profile/index.html
Kinoko’s Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/kinoko_shibari/?hl=en
Vimeo
https://vimeo.com/136001234
on Vice 1 & 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNSXNCaTYl0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rtl2PSg4fo&t=7

A Raffle will be held on the night, prizes will be announced at arrival and the winners will be announced during the night. So… make sure you have a few gold coins spare for the mystery prizes!! Not to be missed!!!n evening of Shibari performances and more ….

6:30pm – June 6th 2018
Second Story Studios
222 Johnston St. Collingwood

 

Pics from gigs that I forgot to plug

WANKOSLOP @ MIUC 26/04/2017

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WANKOSLOP photo by Carey Knight

To wring out the final, spluttering bursts of warmth in Melbtown’s April summer and ease us into the sonic bleakness of winter 2017, MIUC hosts some fittingly abstracted and chaotic atonal improv this week. Intrinsic Light are a long-standing, yet occasional collaboration of two trailblazers of the no-core, break-bruit, anti-tonic, darklight Melbourne scene, fusing the grim and the hopeful in a maelstrom of riffblasting transcendence. The similarly inspired duo of Yuka Mikayama and Nik Kennedy deliver intense blasts of post-grind-noise-improv madness. And, kicking things off, the ultra-digital and the ultra-analogue combination of intrepid A/V artist Vijay Thillaimuthu with MIUC curatorial alumni, theremin-core protégé, Kerrie Farnsworth.

• Intrinsic Light feat. A Demon Sheen (Tantric Riffage, Blackened Throat) & Zen Tait (Pranic Percussions, Benevolent Blast)

• Wankoslop feat. Nik Kennedy (Electro-Oral Noise) & Yuka Mikayama (Voice)

• Xenosine aka Vijay Thillaimuthu (Synths, Electronics) & Phantom Graveller aka Kerrie Farnsworth (Theremin, Sax, Electronics)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
Avant Garde Improvised Music and Sound Performance
Every Tuesday night at Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065
Doors at 8:30 pm for a 9:00 pm start
$5/$10

KOONI & FRIENDS @ MIUC 08/11/2016

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This instalment of MIUC features nine sonoversal shredders in three cacophonously kaleido-audic displays of uncontrived auricular conception, forging frequential realms of existence and fortuity far beyond the reach of more orthodox reverberant renderings.

We welcome kinetically-endowed electroshredder Kooni of Kyoto with some of the finest purveyors of shitcore brutality Melbourne currently has to offer, laying out the spontaneity-stained red carpet for some derangedly dense extreme noise terrificness.

Freya Shack-Arnott favours the Club with another serving of her sublime string-based sonics on a brief Melbournian junket, magnanimously introducing us to consummately gifted guzheng extemporiser Mindy Wong for some synergetic electroacoustic ecstasies.

And Muddy Lawrence, an entity the curator stumbled upon over half a decade ago via a free recycled cassette in a record store and adored immediately, which he has great pleasure in presenting for your post-punk-is-over-so-what-now anti-virtuosic convalescence.

• Kooni (Being Amazing), Yuka Mikayama (Being Fabulous), Ove-Naxx (Being Beats/Samples), Rod Cooper (Being Sounds), Nik Kennedy (Being Noise/Processing) & Brad Smith (Being Drums/A Maniac)

• Freya Schack-Arnott (Cello) & Mindy Wong (Guzheng)

• Muddy Lawrence aka Reece Prain (Electronics, Voice)

The Make It Up Club
http://makeitupclub.blogspot.com/
Avant Garde Improvised Music and Sound Performance
Every Tuesday night at Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065
Doors at 8:30 pm for a 9:00 pm start
$5/$10

WANKOSLOP played with KOONI/KOO-NEE in Kyoto earlier this year and it was HIGHLY ENTERTAINING!! He’s also playing DISCO  MULTIVERSE on 16th Nov., and maybe something else… Check him out while he’s in town!