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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 3:19 am    Post subject: The Black Poodle - Live Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

The Black Poodle
Live at Tate Britain
Millbank
London SW1

Friday, 19th Sept, 2003
6pm-9pm
Free

The Black Poodle play a set flowing from analogue-electronic soundscapes to electro-core rhythmic structures and back with an added lyrical angle. All soundtracking visual collages by WhiteRabbit. Additional bizarre performance piece by the uncanny Lenny Lee.

This will be a first time for Tate Britain to be subjected to this degree of sonic fervor using such a blasting soundsystem. think squat party (but not quite) at .....the Tate
Not to be missed !!!
A flaking risk to those Turners.

The Black Poodle is a trio playing together almost only in live performance events since early 2002 often with the visual artist WhiteRabbit whose visuals evoke an intense experience. Every show they play has a slightly different flavour to it since there are no rehearsals as such.
Their debut studio album ' I can feel your pulse and it kinda freaks me out' is in mastering at the moment and is due out by Oct 2003.

For more info browse www.newtoy.org

also on the night
First ever London live performance by Edinburgh-based artists Kim Coleman and Jenny Hogarth. Both artists have exhibited extensively throughout Scotland and the north of England, working alone and collaboratively as part of the artist-led projects Magnifitat & Sons.

Free admission to gig and galleries
and there's a bar

Tate Britain
Millbank
London SW1

Newtoy Productions
211 Dalston Lane
London E8 1HL
# 07830 169 782
newtoy_productions@yahoo.co.uk
www.newtoy.org
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