december 2014

Santa Ana Noise Fest VI (SANF6)

December 20th, 2014 5pm

The 6th Iteration of the Annual Experimental Noise Festival

$10 at the door

RSVP at this link to get in for FREE

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/// SANF6 12-20-14 LINE UP ///

10:20 PM:: Earth Pitch
10:00 PM:: Existencia

9:40 PM:: Endometruim Cuntplow
9:20 PM:: Phog Masheeen
9:00 PM:: Insuu Bunkai

8:20 PM:: Cold Grey Eye
8:00 PM:: Medicine Cabinet
7:40 PM:: Sean Saraf

7:00 PM:: Virons
6:40 PM:: David Bunoan
6:20 PM:: Emily Hay

5:40 PM:: V / R / S
5:20 PM:: Jesus is Dead
5:00 PM:: Harry Cloud

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For those unaware/unsure of the Noise Genre: (its not strictly being 'loud') wiki/Noise_music
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According to Danish noise and music theorist Torben Sangild, one single definition of noise in music is not possible. Sangild instead provides three basic definitions of noise: a musical acoustics definition, a second communicative definition based on distortion or disturbance of a communicative signal, and a third definition based in subjectivity (what is noise to one person can be meaningful to another; what was considered unpleasant sound yesterday is not today).


At first the art of music sought purity, limpidity and sweetness of sound. Then different sounds were amalgamated, care being taken, however, to caress the ear with gentle harmonies. Today music, as it becomes continually more complicated, strives to amalgamate the most dissonant, strange and harsh sounds. In this way we come ever closer to noise-sound.

Luigi Russolo The Art of Noises (1913)




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