Tag: Bank Notes
Bank Notes starts today (May 6, 2009) and continues until Friday May 8. Come on down and check out the bands recording at the Old Bank at the following times:
Wednesday May 6
12:00pm Abbe May
4:30pm Li’l Leonie Lionheart
6:00pm Boys Boys Boys
Thursday May 7
1:00pm 6s & 7s
2:30pm When the Sky Fell
4:00pm 7 Weapons
6:15pm Chris Cobilis/Chris Hudson
Friday May 8
11:30pm Astral Travel
1:00pm Wind Waker
At 214 William Street (opposite Universal Bar).
Of course if you can’t make it down, then check back at the website later that night for free downloads of the recordings produced that day on the Bank Notes page!
Love Is My Velocity Key Terms
Love is My Velocity is launching the LIMV Cookbook II in May. For the occasion, we’re hosting three events as part of the 2009 WAMi Festival – the LIMV Cookbook II launch and exhibition, the Bank Notes recording studio, and a series of band-artist Windows on William displays. What are all these things? It’s hard to explain. Please refer to the definitions below.
Love Is My Velocity: currently acts as a record label, publisher and developer of creative multi-disciplinary events. Its four directors have launched five split 7” vinyl singles, two full length CDs and two art publications over the past few years, as well as putting on numerous cross-platform gigs around town.
The Love Is My Velocity Cookbook II: is LIMV’s second attempt at gathering emerging Perth artists and musicians into an interactive biannual 60-page almanac of local creativity. A selection of musicians contributes recipes, which, along with their music, inspires artists to create a dynamic work decorating the back of each A5 recipe card. The Cookbook’s unbound format makes it unique – it can act as a regular cookbook or as a selection of prints to hang on your wall.
The Love Is My Velocity Cookbook Launch and Exhibition are a part of the 2009 WAMi Festival.
The Cookbook II Exhibition: is filled with the original drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures, installations, videos, assemblages and textiles created for the Cookbook II. More than 60 works will be on display and available to purchase from May 9-20 in 214 William Street (the Old Bank). Gallery opens 10am-4pm weekdays and 12pm-4pm weekends. (continue reading…)