A haunting aura of drones, a Zen-like sense of repose
An Infinity Room (A.I.R) inhabits a hazy world of harmonies driven by simple arithmetic patterns. Led by composer and sound artist Julian Day, A.I.R uses multiple synthesizers to create rich sound fields reminiscent of La Monte Young, Phil Niblock and Stars Of The Lid. An ever-evolving lineup allows A.I.R to perform in a wide array of venues including galleries, living rooms, foyers and concert halls. A.I.R has recently appeared at The Old Blue Last (London), Het Nutsuis (The Hague), Exapno (New York), Altes Finanzamt (Berlin), Grantpirrie Gallery (Sydney) and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Julian Day is originally from Bendigo, and presents New Music Up Late on ABC Classic FM on Saturday Nights
Astrid Notarangelo (voice) + Jacques Soddell (laptop) – Improvised drones and beyond
Force Fed Smile - the sporadic sound art of vocalist Tim Townsend. Consisting of stolen loops, field recordings, moans and groans and improvised vocal’s the artist/ mental health social worker Tim Townsend will articulate beauty disgust in this mad world.