We are thrilled to announce our opening acts for the Wounded Galaxies Festival: Bladerunner, featuring John Zorn (sax), Bill Laswell (bass), and Dave Lombardo (drums); and Simulacrum, featuring John Medeski (organ), Matt Hollenberg (guitar), and Kenny Grohowski (drums). This will be, in Zorn’s words, “a loud intense rock double bill“.
We are very happy to announce we have confirmed the North American debut of Cyclobe at the Wounded Galaxies Festival! On Thursday, October 8th, Cyclobe will perform a live accompaniment for a special screening of Derek Jarman‘s Super 8 films Sulphur, Tarot, and Garden of Luxor at the Indiana University Cinema.
The following evening, they will perform a full concert at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre with Matmos opening the show. These are must-see performances that will not happen again in the Midwest in our lifetimes. Stay tuned for further updates including the date tickets go on sale!
Wounded Galaxies is a festival of experimental media which will take place in Bloomington, Indiana, October 7th – 11th 2015.
(subject to change as we finalize artists and venues)
Keep checking back for updates!
Wed October 7
John Zorn Public Lecture at the IU Cinema
part of the Jorgensen Guest lecture series
free and open to the public
Loud intense double rock bill at the Buskirk-Chumley
Bladerunner – featuring John Zorn (sax), Bill Laswell (bass), and Dave Lombardo (drums)
Simulacrum – featuring John Medeski (organ), Matt Hollenberg (guitar), and Kenny Grohowski (drums)
Thur October 8
WORLD PREMIERE LIVE PERFORMANCE!
Derek Jarman shorts with live music by Cyclobe at the IU Cinema
8mm shorts: Sulphur, Tarot, and Garden of Luxor
Cyclobe performs their unique score to these shorts live for the first time ever!
Music show at the Bishop Bar
James Ilgenfritz – bassist, composer, improviser
Fri October 9
Queer Mythologies film screening at the IU Cinema
contemporary avant-garde short films
NORTH AMERICAN CONCERT PREMIERE!
Cyclobe at the Buskirk-Chumley
Opening performance: Matmos
Sat October 10
Sound and Chaos: The Story of BC Studio documentary screening at the IU Cinema
Panel following screening: BC Studio co-founder Martin Bisi, directors Ryan Douglass and Sara Leavitt
Martin Bisi and friends, music and spoken word at the Bishop Bar
music by Martin Bisi – performer, producer, cultural antagonist
spoken word by Lydia Lunch – poet, musician, confrontationalist
Sun October 11
Multi-media double-bill at the Buskirk-Chumley