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::synergy:: @ The Tunnels Frid 4th March 05

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interesting music are delighted to announce another evening of electronic & experimental

music

Frid 4th March 05

The Tunnels

Carnegies Brae

Doors 8pm

Entry 5 Students 4

featuring

vessel (expanding records)

found

visuals siv

dj eclectic

Please note, that whilst the artists are playing we will adhere to a policy of

keeping as quiet as possible. This is listening music & our regulars want to

enjoy the evening.

vessel (uk expanding records)

Vessel aka gavin toomey has been creating exciting new music for over a decade. Initially working with experimental/improvisational noise groups, he started working exclusively in the field of electronic music in 97. When not making music, Gavin designs digital special effects for films such as blade 2, mission impossible & the harry potter films. He was also a key part of the team that created the award winning guinness 'surf horses' advert and the video for unkle's 'rabbit in the headlights'. the debut album by vessel "dreaming in pairs" was released on expanding in 2002 to much critical acclaim, since then he recently released a 7" as part of expandings legendary evs2 series, the new album is expected later this year.

www.expandingrecords.com <http://www.expandingrecords.com/>

Found

Ziggy Campbell, Kev Sim, and Tommy Perman are Found. Found explore and remix elements of current cultural practice and popular art forms in their DJ-sets and sound installations and in visual art with a focus on graphic design formats, inventing techniques which result in spontaneous outcomes. They develop their work in relation to local environments with an emphasis on change and elements of chance. Collaborating

since their final year at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen Ziggy, Kev and Tommy started Found in 2002. The Found Catalogue records all their artworks, events, workshops, soundtracks and other endeavours under a FND number. You can keep up with Found and peruse their catalogue at:

www.surfacepressure.co.uk/found

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Unfortunately, due to circumstances way beyond our control, Vessel will no longer be playing ::synergy:: on Friday. We tryed to find a suitable replacement at short notice but no one was available. The night will continue with FOUND, probably playing two sets. Entry will now be a very reasonable 2 to cover expenses, those guys need to catch Megabuses to get here. Hopefully see you on Friday.

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Found are playing a Glasgow date at Triptych and here's what they say about them:

Squeezebox? Check. Laptops? Check. Oboe, broken beats, melodica? Affirmative. And so we welcome Found - Edinburgh's wiliest, grooviest, sample-based alarmists. Spawned by the lewd inter-species copulation of digital decadence and classical tradition, Found furtively caper and bawdily frottage amidst the mellow meadows of Tortoise, The Beta Band, The Earlies. Their uptown jazz and downtime beats are guaranteed to fill ears with joy and toy with loins. File under sinful. File under OH YES.

remember where you heard them first!

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Found are playing a Glasgow date at Triptych and here's what they say about them:

Squeezebox? Check. Laptops? Check. Oboe' date=' broken beats, melodica? Affirmative. And so we welcome Found - Edinburgh's wiliest, grooviest, sample-based alarmists. Spawned by the lewd inter-species copulation of digital decadence and classical tradition, Found furtively caper and bawdily frottage amidst the mellow meadows of Tortoise, The Beta Band, The Earlies. Their uptown jazz and downtime beats are guaranteed to fill ears with joy and toy with loins. File under sinful. File under OH YES.

remember where you heard them first![/quote']

you never know what to expect from Found, their sets are eclectic & non compromising

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AND I'm not working this Friday evening' date=' so I'll be there![/quote']

& we'll be delighted to see you & all others who will appreciate Found's eclectica

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Found are playing a Glasgow date at Triptych and here's what they say about them:

Squeezebox? Check. Laptops? Check. Oboe' date=' broken beats, melodica? Affirmative. And so we welcome Found - Edinburgh's wiliest, grooviest, sample-based alarmists. Spawned by the lewd inter-species copulation of digital decadence and classical tradition, Found furtively caper and bawdily frottage amidst the mellow meadows of Tortoise, The Beta Band, The Earlies. Their uptown jazz and downtime beats are guaranteed to fill ears with joy and toy with loins. File under sinful. File under OH YES.

remember where you heard them first![/quote']

i was thinking, who wrote this biog & then i thought ZIGGY, hope his legs are working tonight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! he he

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Found are playing a Glasgow date at Triptych and here's what they say about them:

Squeezebox? Check. Laptops? Check. Oboe' date=' broken beats, melodica? Affirmative. And so we welcome Found - Edinburgh's wiliest, grooviest, sample-based alarmists. Spawned by the lewd inter-species copulation of digital decadence and classical tradition, Found furtively caper and bawdily frottage amidst the mellow meadows of Tortoise, The Beta Band, The Earlies. Their uptown jazz and downtime beats are guaranteed to fill ears with joy and toy with loins. File under sinful. File under OH YES.

remember where you heard them first![/quote']

DRAKES! :D

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Woops. Never noticed Phils post. Great minds and all that...

Wonder where my great mind was when this was taken?

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