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Freezing Works

Sun Mar 25th, 2018

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The Sunday Set
Soaring electric cello over a bubbling roil of crisp electronica.

Freezing works: Sebastian Morgan-Lynch (Hum, Fat Freddy’s Drop, The Gaps Between) plays improvised, echoed cello over Jay Smith’s twitching cinematic soundtrack of lo-fi beats and eerie samples, washed with projectionist Tim Henwood’s mix of timelapse footage and glitched dreamscapes.

Freezing Works formed in 2007 and played a series of gigs across the Wellington underground, along with Flight of the Conchords musician Nigel Collins. After a seven-year hiatus they reformed in 2017, joined by Tim Henwood on visuals.

At 7:30pm on Sunday 25th March Freezing Works are set to perform at St Christopher’s, Seatoun. They will play a bespoke set for this sacred space, promising to send their listeners on a journey into sound, conjuring hypnotic states, where ideas seem fluid and flexible and the world around you seems somehow softer.

alternative, art/noise, electronic, Freezing Works

Louis Baker

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