((((Septithe)))), a trio hailing from Auckland’s outter-inner suburbs of Morningside & Pt Chev, both key locations of Auckland’s burgeoning BBQ-Doom scene. Septithe tithes any/all profits to TheAunties
Sliding cover-charge ($5 – $10). Crudites + dips will be provided for your snacking pleasure.
Audio Foundation is at Parisian Ties And Belts Sub-Basement/4 Poynton Terrace, Auckland 1010. There's a Facebook event.
Robyn Kenealy, Craig Irie, and the Unknown Rockstar performed on this evening. Robyn is a folk and country performer and songwriter, and comic book writer. Craig is a Wellington poet, organiser of the Wellington Word Festival for a number of years, and a founding member of the Word Collective.
Cyberphobe: a non-musical entity of intermittent output nursing a collection of aging synthesizers, effects units and recording equipment and producing the occasional piece of musical collage. The resultant albums offer a jaundiced view of contemporary society and all who sail in her, fleshed out with voices as diverse as Sylvia Plath, George W Bush, John Cage and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and music from all corners of the planet. We try to be inclusive - no-one escapes our scorn and loathing. If you're not us, you're against us and we hate you.