Incredible Japanese non-guitar all female psych-ish band.
KUUNATIC plays rock sans guitar,
KUUNATIC haciendo rock sin guitarra
Adrena Adrena is a collaboration between visual artist Daisy Dickinson and drummer E-Da Kazuhisa, previously the drummer of the Japanese noise band Boredoms (WEA Japan, Reprise/Warner Brothers) and currently British electronic/post-rock band Seefeel (Rephlex, Warp Records).
The duo cut a raw blend of drums, noise and organic visual work, featuring in their performances an eight foot white sphere that hangs above Kazuhisa’s drum kit and which Dickinson maps videos on to; her work was described by William Barns-Graham of Fluid Radio as ‘cosmological and transcendental, drawing attention to the wonder of the earth and our sensuality on it’.
As a duo, their debut was at the International Festival of Projections in early 2016 and have since performed at End of The Road Festival, Supernormal Festival, Fort Process Festival, Splice Festival, Zorofest in Leipzig and other shows across the UK and Europe, with Acid Mothers Temple and members of Wire and Bo Ningen.
The pair completed a short film in 2016. ‘Man on the Hill’, which features E-da playing drums on fire in the mountains. The film has since been featured on the British Council Film website and in 2016 was nominated for The BFI London Film Festival, Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, BAFTA qualifying Aesthetica Film Festival, The London Experimental Festival, Vienna Independent Short Film Festival and the London Short Film Festival. The film was also featured in i-D Magazine, naming Daisy as one of the 5 most watched filmmakers in Japan at the moment.
Verity and Dolly’s work explores the relationship between the body and midlife subcultures.
With influences as diverse as Derrida and Roy Lichtenstein, new insights are created from both orderly and random textures.
Ever since we were pre-adolescents weI have been fascinated by the ephemeral nature of relationships. What starts out as vision soon becomes manipulated into a manifesto of temptation, leaving only a sense of what could have been and the dawn of a new understanding.
As spatial replicas become clarified through diligent and personal practice, the ‘listener is left with a clue to the darkness of our world.
Cello and gong. No bollocks.
An ever changing manifesto
Will be amazing