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regular nights of experimental, electronics,
radiophonics, diy, lofi, noise
weird pop, randomness ...
experiments and inventions from the underground since 2001
in cambridge, uk
Since 19th April we have been resident in small artspace The Frontroom in Gwydir St, Cambridge. Starting with kleeep-a-kleeep 'House Music' and continuing with 'sole possession' an experimental and accumulating installation by possible area, Bad Timing's associated visual project, which continues until 31 May.
As part of the residency, Pete UM will play a free pre-pub/beer festival gig within the installation at The Frontroom, this Friday 24th May, open 7-9pm, with live set from 8pm. Free entry/donations. Bring a battery-powered FM radio, which you can also donate to the spares and repairs box which is part of the installation.
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'Sylvester Anfang II and the artists surrounding the Kraak label in Belgium are a beacon of free-form, experimental hope ... kaleidoscopic noise, droning mantras and freak-folk joy that sweeps you off your feet and leaves you hovering in the ether.' Freddy Palmer, Southern on SAII's Southern Latitudes release
SAII have recently recorded an LP in Southern's Latitudes series, previously featuring the likes of Sir Richard Bishop, Alexander Tucker and Circle.
Cambridge improv psych conjunction feat. MFU, The Doozer, and Royal Atlas.
Lo-tech drone and noise. Recent activities include a split cassette release with Brideburger and support slots for Pimmon at the 'A Night And A Day' event in April, plus Our Love Will Destroy The World, KWJAZ in Cambridge and gigs in East Anglia.