Pyramid Club is happy to present Ōtepoti/Dunedin trio Ghost Bells for a two night performance residency.
Ghost Bells are a free noise rock group made up of three of Dunedin's longstanding experimental/underground musicians: Peter Porteous, Robbie Yeats and Mick Elborado.
Formed from the ashes of seminal free noise band Eye and early southern psychedelic pioneers the Terminals, Ghost Bells are improvised and unpredictable. Anchored in the drumming of the Dead C’s Robbie Yeats, together with the tactile guitar work of Peter Porteous and the hypnotic bass playing of Mick Elborado they conjure a wild and visceral experience.
Night 2: Saturday November 6th
Ghost Bells in collaboration:
Mick Elborado w/Lucy Reid & Bec Coogan
Robbie Yeats w/Antony Milton
Peter Porteous w/Daniel Beban
Experimental guitarist Peter Porteous was a core member of ledgendary sonic project EYE, and longtime curator of the Lines of Flight festival.
Mick Elborado plays extraordinary bass, guitar and keys in countless bands including The Terminals, Negative Nancies, Francisca and the Bus Shelter boys.
Robbie Yeats is the drummer of world renowned free noise trio Dead C, as well as playing in many groups including The Verlaines and Carter/Morley/Yeats.
Lucy Reid is a darkwave electronic artist making rhythmical waves in Pōneke/Wellington sci fi goth duo CRONE.
Bek Coogan is a local artist/musician, her bands have included Cortina, Full Fucking Moon and solo projects Sheville, Oona Verse and many more.
Antony Milton is a sound artist based in Masterton. He has been active in the underground and experimental music scenes since the early 1990s. He is the curator of the PseudoArcana label.
Daniel Beban performs on a number of different instruments in groups including Orchestra of Spheres, Sign of the Hag, Sunburst Finish, Micro Soft Voices, UMU and others.
Presale tickets $10 from Under the Radar
LIMITED TO 20 TICKETS UNDER LEVEL 2
NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING UNDER CURRENT COVID19 LEVEL 2 RESTRICTIONS WHICH REQUIRE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND LIMITED NUMBERS
Many thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club's programme