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Date and Time
Rāmere - (Fri) 17 Nov, 8-10pm

i.e. crazy + Cello_xo CANCELLED

$15 Presales


Unfortunately i.e. crazy has had to cancel this show. Anyone who bought tickets through UTR will be contacted by UTR for a refund.

Synthesising neo-folk, industrial sonics & power balladry through exploratory modes of aural collage & narrative songwriting, i.e. crazy harks to the avant-garde provocations of Laurie Anderson, Aotearoa post-punk & the melancholic sehnsucht of 1980s pop music. 

Pairing a sonic palette of 1980s cassette squeal & radio static with emotional urgency, i.e. crazy’s recently released album Country Justice has been described as a standout local release highlight of 2023 "... digging up discomforting truths about our shared local identity with the unflinching eye of a surgeon / historian across ten emotionally searing tracks" (Under the Radar). Country Justice flips the script on the murder ballad, sifting through the complexities of gendered violence &, in a self-reflexive turn, its renderings in contemporary and archival media. 

i.e. crazy is the brainchild of Tāmaki Makaurau-based interdisciplinary artist Frances Libeau, who works at the intersection of sonic composition, text & performance across fields of music, fine art, film & theatre. 

Support comes from Cello_xo (aka Charlotte Forrester), a musician and writer who makes music alongside their siblings in the band Womb, & also features on the i.e. crazy track The Gloam. 


Livestreamed here

Presale tickets available through UTR

Special thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club's programme

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A front-on portrait style photo of i.e. crazy in front of a red curtain background. A red rubber glove reaches out and strokes the side of their face. They are wearing a cream coloured corset and are looking upwards off into the distance, the photo has a dreamy surreal vibe about it.
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