ZOGAM to play live - for the first time ever (under this moniker) - more info from the Clan Analogue gig information...
Bringing live electronic sounds back to Melbourne, Clan Analogue launch their new compilation Distance: Sounds for an Empty Space, with nine of the album’s artists performing their improvised drones, noises and atmospheres live at Café Gummo in Thornbury on Saturday, 20th of February.
After previewing Distance with livestreamed performances during last year’s lockdown, the launch at Café Gummo will see Nicole Skeltys, Michael Mildren, Sectoral, iubar project, WiLL-i-ROMS, Zogam, City Frequencies, Jennifer Lea and Reductionist performing onstage from 4pm until late on Saturday, 20th of February.
With sounds ranging from field recordings to time-stretched guitar drones, ipad digitisation to modded antique computer soundcards these live performances will enable a moment of oneness with the universe, combining noise and meditation in equal measure.
The new compilation Distance: Sounds for an Empty Space is the legendary Australian electronic music collective’s most abstract and expansive music yet. The limited edition cassette version of Distance will be available for the first time at the event.
$5 entry on door.