come with us to the edge of wrong tomorrow

I’m part of the South African curatorial/organising team for this series of collaborative multi-medium performances. If you’re in Cape Town, check EOW 9.1 out tomorrow night.

It will involve an insane mash-up of guitarists, violinists, opera singers, noise musicians, circuitbenders, chiptunists, avant-percussionists, pianists, body modification, visuals generated from cellular automata, experimental improv dance, provocative video art and the livecoded sound of the Ebola genome…

More information HERE.

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heaven mixtapes

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A sweetly told story of a Jo’burg boy falling in love with the night and music… Check out the mixtapes!

Originally posted on Marc Latilla:

Classic Heaven Complimentary

Classic Heaven comp

Heaven was a nightclub from the mid-1980s in Johannesburg at 165 Marshall Street. Many will know this address as being that of the original Doors nightclub that opened in 1990 and operated there for many years before moving to Edenvale. Between Heaven and The Doors two other short-lived clubs called BLUES and BANGS operated on the premises.

For me, Heaven was my first proper nightclub experience. I somehow managed to get in on old years eve in 1986 (thanks to a friends brother who worked at the bar who passed me off as his little brother plus I was pretty tall for my age). I spent the night upstairs next to the DJ box absorbing the music, watching the people and more importantly – watching the DJ.

Andrew Wood in the Heaven DJ box

Andrew Wood in the Heaven DJ box

Andrew is back!

Andrew is back!

The music was a mixture of high energy, eurobeat and…

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