Monday, June 28, 2010

SOTNE pics









"Japanese Ghosts" improvised sound collage by Songs of the New Erotics (W.A.Davison), Studio 303, Toronto, June 27, 2010 (title by S.Higgins) - 1/4" open reel tape, amplified objects, home-built instruments, voice, field recordings and prerecorded studio material on CDR, hand-manipulated vinyl, loops and effects. Photos by S.Higgins.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

last minute show!

Sorry for the extremely short notice on this one!

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( s u n d a y ) June 27th 2 o 1 o

S h o w at 8

(at) Studio 3o3 - 888 dupont St., Toronto

PWYC.
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Filip Anton

Roman Pilates

Songs of The New Erotics

Special screening of:

"Woman in the Dunes" (1964) by Hiroshi Teshigahara

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See you there cheese cakes!

Cheers,
Da
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mmmm...cheese cake!

- William A. Davison (aka Songs of the New Erotics, in case you didn't know)

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Monday is canceled

The show that Six Heads were set to perform in on Monday the 21st has been canceled. Sorry about that folks!

We're still on for Friday the 25th though so maybe we'll see you at Somewhere There!

- William A. Davison

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Six Heads performances

An extremely rare and terrifying occurrence is about to take place. Two Six Heads appearances in the same week!! Gasp! We dare you to come to both of them!

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The Hazy Projects - Noise Party
Smiling Buddha
961 College St., Toronto
Mon., June 21, 9pm
$5 cover, 19+event

Six Heads
Bonsai Forestry
Tropism
Death Haze
Notaform

and...

Friday 25 June, 8pm, $8
Leftover Daylight Series

i abbott/ payne/ willes
[simeon abbott (electronics) david payne (electronics) chris willes
(electronics)]

ii six heads
[james bailey (found objects, homemade instruments, electronics)
william davison (found objects, homemade instruments, electronics)
linda feesey (found objects, homemade instruments, electronics) sherri
higgins (found objects, homemade instruments, electronics) colin hinz
(found objects, homemade instruments, electronics) pete mosher (found
objects, homemade instruments, electronics)]

iii ther-e-tubby-installation-al
[theremins, noisings, teletubbies, dancers and more... with christine
duncan and a host of friends]

june's guest curator is christine duncan

Somewhere There
Live Creative Music in Toronto
340 Dufferin Street
(one block south of Queen Street
** entrance from Melbourne Ave. **)
www.somewherethere.org
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Six Heads will also be playing at this year's Electric Eclectics festival. More info on that soon!

- William A. Davison

Monday, June 14, 2010

announcements

Several announcements that could have been made a month ago, had I had the time (still highly relevant though!):

1) The recording from Magic Tits' debut performance last December has now been made available as a 3" CDR on Disembraining Songs. More info at http://www.myspace.com/disembrainingsongs

2) United Automatons Dispatch, the series of one-page art zines I started last year, is now up to issue #9. All 9 issues are available from me. Info at http://www.recordism.com/EODPress/EODindex.html

3) I have a new one-page comic called "Gloon!" in issue #3 of Fiona Smyth's wonderful comic/art anthology series The Wilding. Check out http://www.myspace.com/fionasmyth for further information.

4) Some changes at www.recordism.com. That stale, old "The Recordists" website that used to represent the collective activities of The Recordists has been taken offline. In its place stands a shiny, new Myspace page - http://www.myspace.com/recordists

Henceforth, this Myspace page will represent the current and upcoming collective activities of The Recordists as well as hosting a fair bit of archival material.

We are also working on a much more comprehensive online archive of Recordist artifacts, not surprisingly called "The Recordist Archive", but it will likely be a number of months before it sees the light of day. Eventually, the Myspace page and the archive site will work together to provide a more thorough coverage of The Recordists' collective activities than any of our previous websites.

- William A. Davison