New Weird Australia presented the third event in its 2010 series at the Red Rattler in Marrickville, Sydney – featuring ANONYMEYE (QLD), ERASERS (WA), AMBROSE CHAPEL (QLD) and TR-10 (LUKASZ KARLUK & GENTLEFORCE) (NSW)
FRIDAY 23RD JULY 2010
The Red Rattler, Marrickville, Sydney
Anonymeye is the nom de plume of Andrew Tuttle, an experimental musician from Brisbane, Australia who reconfigures various country and folk musics within an abstract sonic framework, utilising electronic and acoustic instrumentation including acoustic guitar, signal processing, synthesisers, and effects units. Anonymeye straddles and blurs boundaries between improvisation and composition, experimentation and pop, acoustic and electronic, rural landscapes and urban landscapes. Anonymeye’s second full length album ‘The Disambiguation Of Anonymeye’ is out now on the sound&fury label.
Erasers are a new two-piece band from Perth, that started mid 2009 with Rebecca Orchard on vocals and Rupert Thomas on instruments. They formed with the desire to create and produce music completely on their own. With little recording experience and borrowed equipment, Erasers produced and released their debut self-titled release upon forming as a band. The result is songs made up of primitive & tribal beats, melodic guitar loops, atmospheric synth and chanting vocals; creating what has been described as dreamy yet somewhat disconcerting post-punk.
AMBROSE CHAPEL (QLD)
Ambrose Chapel is the solo project of Brisbane musician Ian Rogers (also of No Anchor). He is mainly influenced by The Melvins and is allergic to cats.
TR-10 (LUKASZ KARLUK & GENTLEFORCE) (NSW)
A generative audio / video interactive installation, with music from Sydney’s Gentleforce.
Photos by Paul Threthni
ERASERS, Footage by Paul Threthni