Next Zero Wave Club features. ten-piece free drone supergroup + percussion heavy art school "reverse cheerleading"
Our final Zero Wave Club at the Fiddler's Elbow - Camden this year will take place on Tuesday November 17th. As usual improvised drums and cosmic electronics from Far Rainbow first on the bill followed by this month's exciting special guests…
Some Some Unicorn is a large collective of like minded musical magpies under the laid back eye of composer and improviser Shaun Blezard. This will be their third gig and takes membership of the band to over 50 (not bad for 1 CD and 3 gigs!!) For the London show there are members of Hugs Bison, Breathing Space, Blanc Sceol, Murmurists, Roddart, Wire Assembly, Inclusion Principle, World of Fox and Kipple. Big band free drone soundscape united by everyone's belief in community, both musically and politically. http://shaunblezard.com/somesomeunicorn/
Charismatic Megafauna is Jenny Moore, Georgia Twigg and Susannah Worth, an all-drum, all-live, all-loud trio. As well as regular gigs at the likes of Biddle Brothers and Open School East, the band has played as part of Supernormal Festival, Wysing’s Space-Time Festival, Conduire for the Art Licks Weekend, and the Art Licks V&A Late. Their debut music video was screened at Doing What Comes Naturally’s Spare Rib event at the Feminist Library in August. In September, they were in residence at Focal Point Gallery in Southend, played live on Resonance FM's Hello Goodbye Show, and are currently working towards the release of their debut EP. “warped sexual assault statistics are pummelled under stick and foot, with all three members laying their catharsis upon a single drum kit. Yelped voices and vibrant playsuit colours project forth, as the group tip between skeletal punk, thunderous tribe and the brink of total collapse” –Jack Chuter, ATTN Magazine.
Noteherder & McCloud promise Whirr and Skronk; a murk of electronics and lo fidelity field recordings run through with free playing soprano sax. "Always compelling and unusual, extemporising compulsively in the long-form way with gloriously generous outpourings of abstract jazz-noise." – The Sound Projector.
Interval music from the archives of K-Mart instore music service.
Five pounds entry.