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The Companion at The Kazimier

An evening of live music and performance at The Kazimier including: 

Anika (DE/UK)
Political journalist turned singer-songwriter, Anika performs live her mix of trashy discordant post-punk.

CONCERT - Chris Evans (UK), Morten Norbye Halvorsen (NO) and Benjamin Seror (FR)
Sentimental disco propped up by convoluted electronic drums, a reincarnated analogue bass, and the vocals of a self-styled chanter.

Jaxson Payne (UK)
Improvisation with electronic drum-kit and a vast bank of samples.

Federica Bueti (IT) and Jan Verwoert (DE)
Echo Echo Narcissus Narcissus
An attempt at inducing mutual metamorphosis with the help of words, echoes, glitter, and a pool.

Chris Evans and Will Holder (UK)
Errors Hit Orient
Readings of reviews of football matches written by English novelist B.S. Johnson (1933–1973) for The Observer between 1964 and 1967. Chris Evans (Bass), Will Holder (vocals), B.S. Johnson (lyrics).

C. Spencer Yeh (TW/US)
Solo Voice
Compositions and improvisations using extended vocal techniques and electronics as a means to explore disembodiment and displacement of sound from voice and language.

Hassan Khan (EG)
A short story based on a distant memory with a long musical interlude
A suspenseful story in pulp literary Arabic, an attempt to discover the work, the direct and abstract power of music, childhood memories, the driving anger one depends upon when writing, and the elusive search for simplicity.

DJs Shintaro Taketani and Oliver Baggott (UK)
Known for their disco pop and 80s synth sound, the DJs will play a vinyl set accompanied by the artists’ visuals.

Part of The Companion, 19-21 September, an experimental performance programme that brings together a group of artists for a few days in the city of Liverpool.


20 September 2014, 7pm - Late


The Kazimier
Wolstenholme Square
L1 4JJ

Tickets£5 adv