Don’t know what experimental music is? You will. And if you DO, then you’ve GOT to be glad that something like this is happening. And we’re glad to host this fantastic event. This is a two-day thing. Get ready!
Here is the FB event page
Join us for two days of noise,experimental and avant garde music,presented by 910 Noise and DIY Jerks.Artists from all over NC SC VA and GA will grace the Gypsy stage with one of a kind performances,featuring headliners Dendera Bloodbath (Atlanta,GA) , Joules (Charlotte,NC),Food World (Wilmington,NC) Belial (Decatur,AL) and the one and only The Emotron!!! Looking for catchy riffs and drum beats you can tap your toes to?To bad,because we aren’t having any of that bullshit.
Schedule below includes order of appearance.
July 25th,show start 4:15 pm:
~Kluski Zoupa (Cary,NC)
~FI-Aged #9 ( Winston-Salem,NC)
~Spooky Kabuki (Wilmington,NC)
~Crowmeat Bob (Raleigh,NC)
~Rin Larping (Atlanta,GA)
~The Stand (Chapel Hill,NC)
~Wretched Martyr (Raleigh,NC)
-Feel No Other
~Cloud Sculptor (Raleigh,NC)
~Joules + Emotron
~Lil’ Skritt (Charlotte,NC)
~Baby Daddy (Wilmington,NC)
~Dendera Bloodbath (Atlanta,GA)
~Food World (???)
July 26th,show starts 4:15 pm:
~Cheeky Altar Boy & the Randy Priests (Wilmington,NC)
~Olivia’s Abortion (Camusville,NC)
~NJ9842 (Chapel Hill,NC)
~The Waking Life (Wilmington,NC)
~Austin Glover (Wilmington,NC)
~Among the Rocks and Roots (Richmond,VA)
~Buff Sinatra (Jacksonville,NC)
~Polly Panic (Ashville,NC)
Art vending provided by McCracken Arts:
and Lil’ Mike Thomas who wets his pants:
$6 general admission
$5 for students
2 day passes available at door $8/$7 for students.
PEACE LOVE NOISE!!!!
Five years ago Virginia Bliss began work on a concept album based on the
Oscar Wilde one-act play Salome, using an autoharp to flesh out these songs
and giving them a dark, dreamy quality. Her band at the time had a much
heavier, classic rock sound which did not fit with this new project.
Shortly after this she began experimenting with synthesizers and sequenced
beats to supplement acoustic instruments. Her 2011 album [wr wr wr],
inspired by political upheaval in Egypt, featured synthetic beats and
noises supplemented by augmented harp and drehleier sounds. Currently she
performs as Dendera Bloodbath in formats ranging from solo acoustic and
electronic shows to backing with a full band.
Here’s a link to a single