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Knife Culture: Buried Melbourne - compilation 2xCD {Sabbatical}
"WHAT THE HELL IS A JIGGAWATT?!?" - compilation C88 {Hair on My Food Tapes & Records}
The Great Eagle C60 {Cantankerous Records}
Split with Smash Tennis C41 {Cantankerous Records}
Untitled Business CDr {Cantankerous Records}

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Monday, August 26, 2013

Noise Flash After Party

I'll be playing at this in one of the noise flasher collaborative groups.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Noise Flash No.2

So it's been aproximatly six months since the last Noise Flash so we're doing it again. This time it is outside the forecourt of the Melbourne Museum. This time I'll actually be controling my devices, not letting nature do the hard work...

Info from the facebook event:

Noise Flash
Curated by Todd Anderson-Kunert

Presented as a part of the Liquid Architecture Festival.

Noise Flash is a silent experimental audio performance, whereby the audio is performed live and broadcast via short wave FM radio transmitters. Thirty four artists will be performing simultaneously using acoustically silent devices that are battery powered. Audience members wishing to hear the performance need to bring a FM radio and headphones, and tune into the broadcast frequency (Note: ‘Scanner’ type radios that don’t allow you to dial in a particular frequency may not pick up the signal). Within the performance space, nothing will be acoustically audible.

The experimental audio performers will be positioned outside at the forecourt of the Melbourne Museum (at the entrance to the museum, outside, under the giant roof!). Audience members will be invited to walk through the performance space. The average transmitting distance of the FM transmitters is approximately 5 meters, which means that an audience member’s proximity to a performer dictates the audio they hear.

When close to a performer, an audience member will hear only that performer. When between performers, the signal fades and interacts with other signals in the space. This can cause interesting mixes of audio, static, and distortion. It also puts the audience member directly in control of how they hear the performance. Their physical journey through the space ultimately dictates their interpretation of the audio performance.

This is a free event.

For further information please visit:

To perform at the next Noise Flash please email:

Artist performing are:
Todd Anderson-Kunert,
Bleach boys
Richie Cyngler,
Dead Head
Shane Fahey
Dave Foreman
Nat Grant,
Mark Groves
Rosalind Hall,
Byron Huang-Dean
Adam Hunt,
Dominic Kavanagh,
Benjamin Kolaitis,
National Parks
Jonathon Nokes,
Smash Tennis
Spooky Budgie,
Leith Thomas
Sooterkin Flesh
Jez P.A. Speelman,
Vijay Thillaimuthu, http://
Leith Thomas
Darrin Verhagen,
Wilhelm Scream

There will also be an official/unofficial after party at Discobeans in Preston, that I'll be playing at as part of collaborative set...

Post USA tour...

The new releases that are now available from Cantankerous Records:

CAN-067 Dotabata - Eagle C15 (Lim 16)

CAN-070 Dotabata - The Great Eagle recycledC60 (Lim 52)

CAN-069 Dotabata - _ BizCDr (Lim 20)

CAN-068 Dotabata - _ BizCDr (Lim 31)

Although it was primarily a Galway (New duo with Llara of Smash Tennis) tour, I pulled out a couple of Dotabata sets and did a little recording on the road. See photos Below:

Live at Betty's in Nashville, TN at the International Noise Conference.

Live at Siberia in New Orleans, LA at the International Noise Conference.

Makeshift recording in Nashville, TN...

A lot of field recording happened during the trip, which will surface in some form at some time...