A little Sun Araw goes a long way. Not content with playing guitar in sensational space rockers Magic Lantern, contributing to Pocahaunted (cat lady from Best Coast’s old band) and being on flipping megacool label Not Not Fun, Long Beach’s Cameron Stallones also makes freaked-out lo-fi on his own. It’s the kind of lo-fi that incorporates much of the exciting parts of the world though: frazzled tropical psych, trance drone, weird noises and great artwork. He is an interesting fella. Arnolfini make a cracking decision to include him in their Time Machine series of live film scores (Bronnt Industries Kapital are doing Terminator 2 later on!) while a few days later Stallones pops up in the middle of Zun Zun Egui’s latest How Come? gig, this time featuring the wyrd, mantra bashing, modern strangeness of Silver Pyre, who are so good I’m going to say DO NOT MISS.

Sun Araw / Fellini’s Satyricon (18)

The Time Machine

A series of commissioned sound film re-scores, in which an old movie’s Original Soundtrack is manipulated, edited, musically augmented and re-imagined, enacting a form of audio-visual time travel via the sonic subjectivities of the musicians involved, and the storylines of the chosen films themselves.

Tue 16 Nov, 7.30pm

£7.00/£5.00 Concs

From the City of Lights to the Eternal City via the age of Aquarius, LA-based musician and artist Sun Araw (Magic Lantern, Pocahaunted, Not Not Fun), brings his kaleidoscopic psychedelic sound to bear on Fellini’s most decadent film. Almost a science fiction of ancient Rome, this free adaptation of Petronius’ famous farcical chronicle is full of wild imagery and loose morals, orgies and slave galleys, gods and whores. 

Dir. Fredrico Fellini, Italy, 1970, Edit

“Sun Araw’s all-gates-open aesthetic is truly liberating … a transcendental voyage through modern culture” The Wire

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Fri 19th November – How Come? presents…
Zun Zun Eguiwith Sun Araw + Andrew Hung (Fuck Buttons) DJ + Silver Pyre + Non Verbal
Doors: 7 – 12 / £6

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