Title section
Date and Time
Rāhoroi - (Sat) 2nd Sept, 8-10pm

Serpent Dream / Aotūroa / Filtersphere

Entry
$15 Presale Tickets
Body

Join us for an evening of audio - visual ambience, and sink into the the soundscapes of

Serpent Dream
Serpent Dream exists between the worlds of music and sound art, infusing soundscapes with melancholic acoustic melodies, hypnotic percussion, drones, and twisted vocals ranging from ethereal layers to guttural intensities, forming an equally beautiful and terrifying sonic world. 
https://serpentdream.bandcamp.com/album/deadlock

Aotūroa

Having established himself as one of Aotearoa's leading drummers performing with the likes of dDub, Corrella and in New Zealand's premier percussion ensemble Strike! Percussion, Tom Scrase is forging a new path in under the moniker Aotūroa. Creating sound design for dance, film and installation, this creative outlet sees elements of ambient, textural soundscapes blended with complex and hypnotic rhythms, Taonga Pūoro and field recordings. Dense and challenging, these sounds are manipulated while retaining the primal sense of connection that permeates Aotūroa's music.
https://tomscrase.com/https://soundcloud.com/aoturoa

Filtersphere
Filtersphere is an ambient improv duo formed mid-2023. John Kingston (guitars) and James Gilberd (percussion).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5Et1tBnA-Q

 

All the music at the event will be accompanied by a backdrop of custom video art created by Serpent Dream. 

Rugs and cushions will be provided for a deep listening experience but please bring one of your own just in case!

Livestreamed here

Presale tickets available through UTR


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

Feature Image
A blurred Serpent Dream jamming out in a warmly lit space
Upcoming Events
In conjunction with their current exhibition at Pyramid Club, Riki Pirihi and Daniel Beban are getting together to present a night of found sound, tape loops, field recordings and live electronics.
Te Whanganui-a-Tara based saxophonist and composer Jake Baxendale presents Gardening Music with duo E.T. Guts
The 28th instalment of listening event Works for Loudspeakers
A night with Ducklingmonster in celebration of her first solo LP 'I Know … a…way', accompanied by old friends (Beach Balls) and new friends (Cook ie Cutt er)
The August instalment of our monthly music meetup for women and gender minorities features special guest artist, Ducklingmonster
Tags group
Korero
Join us for the opening of Kieran Monaghan's exhibition 'No Evidence of the Future'