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  • Fri 25 May 7:30PM

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VENUE

Mission to Seafarers
717 Flinders Street

Rescore 2

Short films by the next wave of the avant garde, rescored by local musicians and performed live.

Presented with Danae Valenza as part of the Hull exhibition at the Mission to Seafarers during Next Wave, the second edition of Rescore features new music by Brite Fight, Bum Creek, Footy, HAGUS (Haima/Gus), Marcus Rechsteiner (UV Race) and Seth Rees (Amplifier Machine, The Spheres) set to films by Ben Russell (USA/FR), Josef Dabernig (AUT), Harald Hund and Paul Horn (AUT), Marie Losier (FR/USA), Michael Robinson (USA) and Semiconductor (UK).

Left: Excurses directed by Josef Dabernig.

Right: HAGUS is Haima & Gus stuck together. Stuck together in sharehouses, buses, airplanes & studios for the past 10 years. Both are involved in Architecture in Helsinki, and most recently co-produced and mixed Ben Browning’s debut EP/12″ release on Cutters Records.

Right: Bum Creek are rewired experimental lunatics. They’re kind’ve stupid, very funny, highly demented and great. Far right: Brite Fight is the solo project of Louise Terry (Flying Scribble). With the voice of a savvy angel, electronic beats, ukulele and digitally manipulated keyboard atmospheres stolen from outer space, Terry synthesizes pop, jazz, and electronic musical styles into her own unearthly sounds.

Right: Amadeus directed by Ben Russell

Right: Footy are an improvising electric-piano duo comprised of Lewis Mulvey and Paddy Gordon. Their music is often based around sparse melodic fragments and psychedelic drones. Footy are currently working on their debut album.

 

Left: Marcus Rechsteiner is the lead singer of Melbourne psych-punk band The UV Race . His stage presence and personality is well known as his propensity for near nudity during their gigs. He brings a confronting style of charisma and charm to his performances.


Left: Brilliant Noise directed by Semiconductor.

Right: Seth Rees‘ (Amplifier Machine, The Spheres) solo project has a wayfaring, spectral design influenced by what he calls ‘the sounds of everyday life, merging and fading in and out’.

Left: Manuelle Labour directed by Marie Losier.

Right: Apnoe directed by Harald Hund and Paul Horn.

Far Right and cover image: Light is Waiting directed by Michael Robinson.