CIMB: Acid Mothers Temple | Friction Arts, The Edge Birmingham  | Sun 13th October 2019 Lineup

CIMB: Acid Mothers Temple

Friction Arts, The Edge in Birmingham

Sunday 13th October 2019

6:00pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

Japanese psychedelic rock giant, ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE, plays on 13 October at the Edge in Birmingham.

 
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CIMB: Acid Mothers Temple on Sunday 13th October 2019

Club Integral Midlands Branch, Kushikatsu Records and Riot Season Records present the renowned ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & THE MELTING PARAISO U.F.O. at The Edge, home of Friction Arts in Birmingham.

Acid Mothers Temple Official
Join the renowned masters of otherworldly improvisation psych as we move through space, time and other dimensions.

The sprawling universe of that is Acid Mothers Temple was formed in 1995 by Kawabata Makoto. Originally titled the Acid Mothers Temple soul-collective and encompassing musicians, dancers, artists, farmers, channellers, ex-yakuza, mermaid researchers and professional vagrants, the collective has always had at its core a dedication to improvised music. Now with a history of over two decades, and a discography of over one hundred releases, which is not to mention the numerous solo and side-project releases which encompass everything from drone, acid-folk, acapella, to minimalist composition, the group show no signs of relenting in the pace of their creative energy.

“Each pulsating, echo-drenched disco-rock groove excels the one before, ending in a collective instrumental howl: AMT are hot, sweaty cool sonic wizards” – The Guardian (5 stars)

http://acidmothers.com/
https://riotseasonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/reverse-of-rebirth-in-universe

Kamura Obscura Electro
One of Tokyo's most emotive and inventive singers, part of the women’s liberation movement, giving birth to the first Japanese feminist punk band, Mizutama Shobodan (Polkadot Fire Brigade), Japanese agit-prop feminist pioneers. They toured Japan and released two albums, the second of which, Manten ni Akai Hanabira (Red Petals Full in the Sky) was produced by Fred Frith. Kamura Obscura explores vocal experimentation, composition and improvisation incorporating enka, chanson and Japanese punk into original electronic and acoustic soundworlds. For this gig, Andrea Rocca, a human oscillator from sound wonderland of Baby Microbe Recording Studio, joins.

'Synthesised melodies shift the atmosphere from B movie horror, past new age ambient and on to playful children’s song. Her second last composition is a Macedonian Lullaby, the melody of which is fused with lyrics from Japanese cradle song. As if to emphasise the music’s playfulness, the Iklectik house cat Toni wanders into the venue and walks around stage as Kamura performs' - The Wire, 2018

https://linearobsessional.bandcamp.com/album/speleology-kamura-obscura-live
www.andrearocca.com Andrea Rocca Music

Haq123
Heavy Metal Brummie power trio 'supercharged on Haribo'. Featuring Millie aged 9 on vocals. Zac aged 11 on drums and Dave aged well over 18 on bass.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E77R7ESbXbM

DJ sseeaann rrooee
Photographer and musician who Lives in Stroud from whence he runs his record store Sound Records Stroud - specialising in unusual and rare items. For tonight’s event expect a selection of Japanese and experimental sounds.

The finest eats from Albert at Ubuntu Foods and refreshments will also be available.

Advance tickets £12.50 + booking fee
https://www.wegottickets.com/event/478496

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Electronic, Rock

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