la gioiosa macchina da guerra


Tonight! Currer Bells + Fausto Maijstral live @ Loophole by DuChamp

Tonight, around 9.30 pm/10 pm La gioiosa macchina da guerra is very proud to present:

Currer Bells (AU/NZ) impro, concrete

Fausto Maijstral (NZ/IT/DE) drone, impro

live @ Loophole, Boddinstrasse 60 Berlin

Penpal band Currer Bells play to celebrate the rare occasion of both members (Angeline Chirnside, Germany, and Tim Coster, Australia) being in the same space-time. A long-distance collaborative recordings project since 2007, homemade tiny sounds and dissolving instrumental riffs are posted between Europe and the South Pacific, and slowly songs eventuate. On holiday, they also make it happen live, playing Berlin 2009 and touring half of the USA on the Metal Rouge honeymoon 2010. This show is their first since the release of their self-titled 2010 LP on Germany’s own Quetzi Records.

Fausto Maijstral is a multi-faceted band formed around the core duo of Italian scientist and musician DuChamp and sound artist Will Gresson of New Zealand. The band explores the middle ground between their mutual interest in experimental music, improvisation and the practice of field recording, performing largely improvised soundscapes with various instruments heavily processed during live performances. Individually both Rossella and Gresson have been involved in various solo and group performances, as well as contributing to several festivals in Berlin.

p.s. since is also a little bit DuChamp birthday party, one reason more to not miss it!!

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