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SPINE #8: Arma Agharta, Territorial Gobbing, President Business tickets

Factory Kitchen in Liverpool

Thursday 14th February 2019

8:00pm til 11:30pm

Minimum Age: 18

SPINE & Wet Room #8 presents the valentine's day edition of our monthly excursions into experimental music. Our second event of the year turns the spotlight on

 
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SPINE #8: Arma Agharta, Territorial Gobbing, President Business on Thursday 14th February 2019

SPINE & WETROOM PRESENT #8

TICKETS: £5 via Skiddle/OTD

AT Factory Kitchen, Invisible Wind Factory

SPINE & Wet Room #8 presents the valentine's day edition of our monthly excursions into experimental music. Our second event of the year turns the spotlight on experimental sound and performance art, including drone, high speed twitch noise, and free flow energy swamp.

Arma Agharta

HIGH-SPEED-TWITCH-NOISE//LITHUANIA

'High-speed wild-ride yeehaw sound art and performance chaos. Electronic poly-rhythms wurble and glutter over pitched murmers and howls. 23rd century party music from he to ye!' - Thee Oh Gowns

President Business

FREE FLOW ENERGY SWAMP//LIVERPOOL

Full frontal improv orchestra extraordinaire featuring members of a.P.A.t.T., Stig Noise Sound System, Chinsniffer, Barberos + MORE.

TERRITORIAL GOBBING

GARBAGE NOISE//DRONE//LEEDS

Leeds-based garbage noise from the worst member of Thank, Gannet & Gloomy Planets. Expect wrangling charity shop cassettes, homemade contact mic noisemakers, broken pedals and wave generators into queasy rhythmic freakout music.

Music Genres: 

Electronic

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