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Cling Clang | Federation Bells

This event has been rescheduled due to last weekend's extreme weather conditions.

It will now happen on Sunday 10th of December from 5pm - 10pm at Federation Bells, Middle Terrace, Birrarung Marr.

"CLING CLANG: Compositions for Computer-Controlled Bells and Australian Electronics" LP launch

Check out the free outdoor dance party at Fed Bells.

Electronic artists play the bells live and everyone's welcome.

Featuring live:

Forces (first Australian show in two years)
Zanias (DE, ex- Linea Aspera / Keluar, first Australian show)
Kangaroo Skull
Ash Wednesday (The Metronomes / Einsturzende Neubauten)
Naretha Williams
Ok Sure

8pm - late
Free admission - All ages

Cling Clang is a compilation of new original, dark electronic works specially commissioned for the City of Melbourne's extraordinary outdoor industrial sound sculpture the Federation Bells.

Ear-shearing techno, pounding EBM, experimental electronics and minimal wave atmospherics will meld with the exotic sounds of this peculiar public percussion robot: creating a world-exclusive sound art/dark dance hybrid - perfect for music nerds, electro goths and techno enthusiasts alike.

Playing live with the Bells will be Forces, Zanias, friendships, Kangaroo Skull, Vacuum, Naretha Williams, Ash Wednesday and OK Sure.

This outdoor electronic music event will also be the launch of the LP version of the project, released in November 2017 by Heavy Machinery Records in a limited pressing of 300 copies.

Presented by Heavy Machinery Records and the City of Melbourne.

Birrarung Marr
Batman Avenue
Melbourne VIC 3000
Federation Bells

This is a free event

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