Posted In: om
Posted On: 13th of December, 2013
Posted In: The Cinematic Scores, PSAS, PS Art Space, Parentheses Records, Listen/Hear Collective, Fringe World, Public Domain, Festival, Johannes Luebbers, Kynan Tan, Predrag Delibasich, Pex, Mace Francis, Gilded
PS Art Space (PSAS), Parenthèses Records & Listen/Hear Collective are proud to present The Cinematic Scores IV.
Part new media installation, part performance, The Cinematic Scores offer a unique marriage of film and music. Musical ensembles are invited to respond to a selection of short silent films from the public domain by composing an original score for each of the moving pictures. Presented as a cinematic installation within the monumental ground floor of PS Art Space, the experience is mesmerising and deeply poetic. It is cinema like you have not experienced before.
The Cinematic Scores II was nominated in the Fringe World 2013 Awards for Film & Multimedia and the West Australian said:
“The Cinematic Scores is an event that renders splendidly the power of music to shift our interpretive faculties, a challenging but rewarding experience for performers and audience alike.” (Matthew Sykes, The West Australian)
THE CINEMATIC SCORES IV - BUY TICKETS
* Predrag 'Pex' Delibasich interpreting A Page of Madness (T. Kinugasa, 1926)
* LSD (Luebbers/Simon/Daniel) interpreting Hansel and Gretel (l. Reiniger, 1955)
* Kynan Tan interpreting Lichtspiel Schwarz Weiss Grau (l. Moholy-Nagy, 1930)
* BCF (Mace Francis/Ben Collins/Greg Brenton) interpreting un Chien Andalou (luis bunuel, 1928)
* Mark Cain, Esfandiar Shahmir & Sanshi interpreting Emak-bakia (Man Ray, 1926)
Co-curated by Alexis Courtin (Parenthèses Records), Tom Muller (PS Art Space) & Johannes Luebbers (listen/Hear Collective)
Posted On: 13th of December, 2013
Posted In: Mathias Delplanque, Zaman Productions, Parentheses Records, E'Joung Ju, Geomungo, Electronic, Ambient, Korea, Coree, France, Australie, duo, KEDA
Mathias Delplanque is an electronic music composer, music critic, author of sound installations, teacher, composer for theater and dance and the founding member of several musical ensembles. He lives and works in Nantes (France) and runs the Bruit Clair label, dedicated to electronic music and sound art.
E'Joung-Ju is a master of the gomoungo, the six strings traditional Korean wooden instrument, which has a history of over 1600 years, used both in court and popular music.
Their collaboration now called KEDA started in 2010 and confronts the ancestral sounds of gomoungo to textures, rhythms and electronic treatments. Beyond the meeting of two instrumental practices separated by centuries, their creation stands out as original, hypnotic, warm, alternately dancing and meditative, drawing on blues, African, Jamaican, ambient and noise influences.
KEDA is currently working on its debut album due for release in October 2014 and will be touring Europe in 2014 courtesy of Zaman Produtions.
Check out KEDA's live excerpt at the Musee du Quai Branly (Paris) HERE.
Posted On: 19th of April, 2013
Posted In: Daramad, Life is Noise, Dave Cutbush, OM, Rosemount Hotel
Life is Noise is bringing US outfit, OM and their unique blend of spiritually resonant and essential drone to Australia for a national tour this May.
We're thrilled to announce Daramad will share the bill with Mr. Mountain & Craig McElhinney for the Perth gig.
Saturday May 11 – Rosemount Hotel, Perth
With Daramad, Mt. Mountain and Craig McElhinney
Tickets on sale from Life is Noise , Heatseeker, the venue and Oztix
Posted On: 13th of December, 2012
Posted In: Daramad, CD1d.com, Parentheses Records, France, Distribution
l'album éponyme de Daramad est maintenant disponible via CD1D.com, plateforme de distribution en ligne et de soutien aux labels indépendants. Le numérique est offert à l'achat du physique et le titre Galactica tout simplement gratuit.
Posted On: 1st of October, 2012
Posted In: PS Art Space, Parenthèses Records, Daramad, Taal Naan, The Magic Horse, Never Weaken, Fremantle Festival 2012, Fremantle, Festival, Tom Muller, Alexis Courtin
PS Art Space proudly presents in association with Parentheses Records
THE CINEMATIC SCORES
Saturday 3 November 2012 , 8.30 - 9.30 pm
PS Art Space (PSAS) Ground Floor
22 Pakenham St, Fremantle
Bar open at 6.30pm
The Cinematic Scores offers a unique marriage of film and music. The curators have selected three iconic films from the public domain, and in turn invited three live musical ensembles to compose an original score for each of the moving pictures.
Daramad interprets The Magic Horse (1954)
Taal Naan interprets Never Weaken (1921)
Masonik interprets The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
Presented as a cinematic installation within the monumental ground floor at PSAS, this musical happening promises to be a mesmerising experience.
Parenthèses Records DJs provides enchanting sounds before and after The Scores.