Subject your body and mind to the intensities of sound, courtesy of this curated selection of experimental music makers.
Deeply physical music layered with feedback and distortion. A prolific artist and collaborator, and member of Sunn O))).
Screaming, feedback and full-on sound: Normoyle uses her voice as a radical instrument of intensity.
Railton puts the cello through its paces, merging the instrument with archival recordings, sampled organ, euphoric synths, industrial noise, and speech.
One of the most celebrated ambient music makers working today. Epic, mournful, and often seen performing in museums, churches, and synagogues.
Tokyo-based electro-acoustic duo performing with flute, piano, analogue tape, synthesisers, and percussion. Dense harmonies, improvisation and electronic innovation.
First Australian performance of Marina Rosenfeld’s iconic work for seventeen electric guitars and nail polish bottles.