This calendar attempts to cover any gigs that relate to exploratory sound and music in Perth. It includes but is not limited to Tone List events. Please submit details of experimental shows to us via info [at] tonelist [dot] com [dot] au. We'd appreciate it if you used this template for your submission. 
See the Friends page for more info on regular series' and festivals in Perth.

March 21, 7:00pm.

$10
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Outcome Unknown #24
Paper Mountain

Outcome Unknown presents experimental performances by a diverse host of artists. Featuring the electronic producer Ben Aguero; performance-maker Patrick Gunasekera; the ambient duo of Miranda Murray-Yong & Thomas Manson; instrumentalists Dan O'Connor, Eduardo Cossio, and Ben Greene; and the modular synth explorations of Soph Kruse.
March 26, 7:30pm.

$5
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NoizeMaschin!! #93: Poetix
The Artifactory

luka buchanan + Alex Turner
BUGLORD
Cr0nes + Jon Myers
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Lauren Amos + LJ + Kim Balfour
Gracie Smith + Scott-Patrick Mitchell
Eljo Agenbach + Saoirse Nash
Resident artist: Furchick
March 30, 7:00pm.

$10
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Sing, Shattering, A Poem in Reverse
Paper Mountain

Knots are:
Djuna Lee (double bass)
Eduardo Cossio (electric guitar)
Mike Caratti (drums)

Supported by:
Lana
Luka Buchanan

Sing, Shattering, A Poem in Reverse gathers seven tough, ragged, and freewheeling performances that traverse the tightrope that connects acoustic noise and free jazz. Rolling, playful jangles counterpoint driving bass lines in a recording always in flux, always under strain, and only ever hinting at stasis. Knots remain articulate whilst at the edge of sound and music, producing nuanced and detailed results.
April 11, 7:30pm.

Donation entry (suggested $15)
Kim Kerze [TAS] & Be Gosper
St Paul's Church, Menora

Tone List will be hosting a concert in St Paul's Church once a month this year, featuring extended sets from experimental musicians and performers. The church offers an excellent atmosphere for close listening - we hope you'll join us this year for many fascinating concerts.

The first concert of this series features Tasmania's Kim Kerze playing solo steel-string guitar. Kim is an interdisciplinary artist whose body of work includes installation, drawing, poetry, improvised guitar and banjo, and found sound. Some of his collaborators include Tess de Quincey, Jim Denley, Michael McNab and Frank van der Ven. He uses gentle amplification to make incredibly subtle sounds on the instrument audible, working with multiple e-bows, tuning forks and other unconventional ways of drawing music from the wood and strings of the instrument.

It also features the boundlessly creative Perth polymath Be Gosper presenting an improvised set with some to-be-announced friends. More detail on this one soon, but after what Be has been up to over the last couple of months improvising outdoors with a mandolin, a bag of stuff and whatever's around, we trust it'll be wonderful.

TICKETS: Donation of any amount at the door. We suggest $15 to ensure the artists get something for their work, but understand that not everyone is in a position to offer this much, so give what feels right : )

ACCESSIBILITY: The venue is accessible via ramp and double doors. The bathrooms have ramp access, but unfortunately there are no dedicated accessible bathrooms.
April 24, 7:30pm.

$26/15/$10
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Zubin Kanga: Piano Ex Machina
State Theatre Centre Studio Underground

Zubin Kanga plays works by Alexander Schubert, Kate Neal, Tristan Coelho, Jon Rose, Benjamin Carey, Adam de la Cour and himself. Presented by Tura New Music.
April 30, 7:30pm.

$5
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NoizeMaschin!! #94
The Artifactory

Curated by artist-in-residence Furchick.
May 9, 7:30pm.

Free
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Sound Spectrum: Music of the People
WAAPA Music Auditorium

Folk-inspired works by students of the WAAPA Composition and Music Technology course. Program TBA.
May 10, 7:30pm.

Free
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Sound Spectrum: Shock of the New
Spectrum Project Space

New works by WAAPA post-graduate students and staff.
19th-21 September, 7:30pm.

$26/$23
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Defying Gravity performs Steve Reich's "Drumming"
WAAPA Music Auditorium (Richard Gill Auditorium)

Reich's seminal percussion work performed by WAAPA's percussion ensemble under the direction of Fiona Digney, Tim White and Aaron Logan.