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Saturday 8 April 7-9pm

Experimental Mass

$15 presales

A night of noise and ambient from Queer artists

Jamie Awakshidar – The unholy union of classically-trained pianist Almaz and post-industrial producer Luna, Jamie Awakshidar is a dream-pop tribute to scene culture, drowned in a sea of analogue synths, Hot Topic clothing, and pop-punk melodies.

Nothing Sounds – Experiences recontextualised through sound. Obscure classical music, crushing analogue noise, and eerie field recordings dot the enthralling industrial compositions of Z Marsh. Nothing Sounds is a terminally heavy exploration of isolation, helplessness, and trauma, filtered through a deathly atmosphere of dark ambient mist.

Kagyrgyn Restoration – A permanently decaying ambient waltz through the desolation of our modern world, explored by Luna of Jamie Awakshidar. The degradation of Cold War cassette tapes, the emptiness of dead radio stations, and the nostalgia of analogue synths fill Kagyrgyn Restoration’s music with chronic liminality.

Proplex – The socio-political/economic anxieties of living in the capitalist system, and the fear of never escaping the prison of poverty and the class you were born into; evoked in the sounds of noisy acid house and industrial-tinged techno music.

Presale tickets available through Under the Radar

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Special thanks to Creative New Zealand for supporting Pyramid Club's programme

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