Thursday, 27 May 2010

Sabbatical Presents: ISOMER 230610

Wednesday 23 June at Horse Bazaar (397 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne) Sabbatical presents a rare live performance by South Australian resident Dave Tonkin’s long running Isomer dark ambient project as a part of the weekly exploratory music series Stutter. This show comes almost exactly a year after Sabbatical’s first attempt at hosting an Isomer performance, which resulted in a disastrous evening marked by a blown PA, an evacuated venue and aborted performances. Within a discography spanning a decade, Isomer material has surfaced on iconic industrial imprints such as Tesco Organisation and Cold Meat Industry, as well as local labels such as Cipher Productions, Shame File and Smell the Stench. An infrequent live performer, Isomer has supported such legends as Merzbow and Death In June. Sabbatical is proud to present this rare live opportunity in Melbourne. Also performing on this occasion are Dead Boomers (the vicious electronics duo of Mark Groves and Leith Thomas of True Radical Miracle), Ebola Disco (the long running industrial noise mission of Ben Taylor and Mathew Casey) and the severe electronics of Andrew McIntosh’s formidable Screwtape. Action starts at 8:30pm, 5/10 bones entry.

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