From Melbourne’s AVANTWHATEVER:
Avantwhatever Monthly – March 2013
Samaan Fieck (Electronics)
Anthea Caddy (Cello) and Matt Davis (Doepfer)
Matt Chaumont (Sub-bass frequencies)
134 Lygon St
Wednesday March 27, 8pm
From Sensitive Skin Magazine:
Fluffy Schwartz, B. Kold and Sir Reginald Brathwaite—had a chat with legendary musician and composer Fred Frith. We asked him some good questions, and some (or so he apparently thought) pedantic ones. But that’s how we roll. Fred’s answers were always interesting…
From The Gatherings Concert Series:
Steve Moore w/Charles Cohen – 13 April 2013
Steve Moore’s music moves from big synthesizer proclamations to small sequencer dances, yet maintains a natural flow throughout. Building larger cycles from smaller ones the musical energy surges along interlocking lines of notes and patterns – its mechanized echo rumbling and churning like a well-tuned engine. Elevated lead lines and effect soaked chords deepen Moore’s sound. With style and assurance his surpassing artistry and emotional heat holds us in its grip. Steve Moore’s CD Light Echoes (2012 Cuneiform) has received substantial airplay on STAR’S END. Working a strange and marvelous spell we hear its detailed and fluid movement with our heads, but the music reaches far into our minds.
Steve Moore makes his Philadelphia concert debut at The Gatherings Concert Series on Saturday 13 April 2013. Sonic innovator Charles Cohen will provide a Ambient/Textural opening set. All this happens within the remarkable setting of the St. Mary’s Hamilton Village church sanctuary.
Radio Massacre International – 18 May 2013
Radio Massacre International is a trio of English musicians (Steve Dinsdale, Duncan Goddard, Gary Houghton) known for extended concerts of epic aural excursions. Performances are largely improvised and veer off into areas dictated by mood, circumstance or whim. RMI’s recorded output reflects the diversity and complexity of this work, which is often compared to that of the Berlin-School of cosmic music. But RMI is not simply re-creating the music of this era, rather they further explore and contemplate the expressional mode and the instruments that made it possible – in hopes of realizing new ideas.