Enzyme Tower II


Thursday, 6th October 2011


DEMUS and Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011 brings you a glimps into the complex secret world of a special breed of musician. Underground musicians are at work weaving audio masterpieces far away from the boundaries of compromise. Beyond the constraints of the mainstream music industry, these artists have chosen to take audio to new rarely heard landscapes, and opportunities to hear their ground breaking art are few and far between....

Live: Cold Divide, Clouds above Chaos, BasticH, Richard Pilkington, minorarc

DJs: DJ Infectious Unease

Venue: Pony, 68 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia


Tickets: $10

Time: 8:30pm - 3am

DEMUS and Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011 brings you a glimps into the complex secret world of a special breed of musician. Underground musicians are at work weaving audio masterpieces far away from the boundaries of compromise. Beyond the constraints of the mainstream music industry, these artists have chosen to take audio to new rarely heard landscapes, and opportunities to hear their ground breaking art are few and far between. .. .

Enzyme Tower II is a unique open day, a friendly, down to earth, and real underground music world. Designed to uncover a diverse range of talent, the event will feature half a dozen groups of musicians from around Australia, showcasing pieces which could be described as being Industrial, Dark Ambient, Avante Garde, Noise, Experimental, Electronica and more.

Featuring live on stage. ..

Cold Divide
Clouds above Chaos
BasticH
Richard Pilkington
minorarc

Plus local underground radio personality. ..
DJ Infectious Unease

Proudly brought to you in conjunction with Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011

Check out the DEMUS "Dark Underground Music" official community website and forums at http://www.demusnetwork.co​m/

$10 at the door. Ticket bookings also available through Melbourne Fringe http://www.melbournefringe​.com.au/fringe-festival/ti​cketing-information

Previous Events: Enzyme Tower I

Future Events: Enzyme Tower III









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