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bad timing
regular nights of experimental, electronics,
radiophonics, diy, lofi, noise
weird pop, randomness ...

experiments and inventions from the underground since 2001
in cambridge, uk

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news: 25/1/14

monomania After some very long-term planning we are pleased to announce that monomania bad timing's one-day festival of obsessive solo performers and obsolete technology is happening this year. The cross-arts festival will take place on Saturday 8th March 2014 at Aid & Abet and Cambridge Junction as well as the route between them. Early bird tickets available now at £13 until the end of January. No booking fee if booked in person at the Junction.

Confirmed events:
monomania: a one-day festival of solitary and obsessive creative experience
music / live art / installation / sound
workshops, screening and zine stalls http://www.monomaniafestival.co.uk

9/4/14 Flower-Corsano Duo + Ashley Paul, Unitarian Church

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bad timing presents

three trapped tigers

the portland
129 chesterton road
times: 8:30-11:00
tickets: £8 adv / £10 door

Unique math-rock electronica with complex energy. For fans of Battles, Squarepusher and Aphex Twin. For this tour their set is based on their acclaimed first three EPs which have just been re-mastered and released as ''.

teeth of the sea

Genre-defying psych/noise/post-rock . Previous activities include tours with Oneida, GNOD and Thoughtforms as well as British Sea Power and Parts & Labor and an appearance at Supersonic Festival in 2011.

"a steamy, light-starved jungle of tangled electronics and feral distortion occasionally punctuated by startlingly lucid bottom end. For the most part Teeth of the Sea’s second record defies any worries about genre categorisation, a hermetically sealed unit with such a strong sense of self that comparisons to other music seem perverse." Drowned in Sound


Cambridge's ever-revolving aktionist noise tag-team. Inventions and contraventions.