KIll The Silence Festival 2014

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[Macau Station] Date and Time: 26/4/2004 (Sat), 6:00pm -11:00pm | Venue: Cao Box, Macau

[Hong Kong Station] Date and Time: 27/4/2004 (Sun), 6:00pm -11:00pm | Venue: Multi-media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Hong Kong

Short film screening curated by So-So Film.
Ticket: $100 (At Door) / $50 (Student)

Following the huge success of the Kill The Silence Festival last year in Macau 18 acts and over 12 hours of live performance, this year we are bringing the festival to both Macau and Hong Kong in April.

Kill The Silence is the only independent music festival that embraces rock, electronic, experimental, noise music and independent short film screening in a genres breaking and boundaries crossing environment.

Presenter: Re-Records, Day’s Eye Records and Twenty Alpha
Venue Sponsor: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity | Equipment Sponsor: miso tech co ltd
In association with Live Music Association.

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"30 years of Sound Art" featuring Otomo Yoshihide in HK


Concert by Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英)
Date : 2014-04-25
Location : M1060 Multimedia Theater, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre,18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong. Hong Kong

Time : 7:30pm
Lecture by Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英)
Date : 2014-04-29

Location : M6094 Future Cinema Theater, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre,18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong. Hong Kong

Time : 7-9 pm


Otomo has been international recognized and prolific in his musical output which has spanned across Free Jazz, Noise, Free Improvisation, Sound Art, and compositions for large amateur ensembles. Over the years he has worked with luminary figures such as John Zorn, Christian Marclay, and Luc Ferrari. In 2013, Otomo won national recognition for his soundtrack for TV drama “Ama-chan” which aired every morning on the national public broadcasting network, NHK. The opening theme quickly became a hit and another song he wrote went on to win the National Records Award of Japan. Now Otomo is Japanese household name, which makes everything even more confusing.
For this exclusive performance at SCM, local musicians Sin:Ned (Electronics), Fiona Lee (Electronics), Chin King (Guzheng), and dj sniff (turntables) will join Otomo in a unique performance inspired by his installation performances Yuheisha (幽閉者) and Ensembles.
Additionally on Tuesday April 29th, Otomo will give a lecture on his work after the 2011 disaster in Japan, Project Fukushima.
For more information check out the SCM announcement webpage.
Some video links of Otomo’s work:
Both programs are free of charge.