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Live Photos: Betty Apple, Blood Mothers, Ursula Le Sin - The Wine Cellar, Auckland

Live Photos: Betty Apple, Blood Mothers, Ursula Le Sin - The Wine Cellar, Auckland

C.C. / Photography by Connor Crawford / Friday 2nd August, 2019 2:00PM

Taiwan electronic experimentalist, DJ and performance artist Betty Apple kicked off her four date tour of Aotearoa on Thursday at Tāmaki Makaurau's The Wine Cellar, bringing her boundary-pushing sonics to the subterranean music hub with support from local innovators Blood Mothers and Ursula Le Sin. Apple famously deploys kitschy consumer objects in her powerful live performances – tackling issues surrounding "body politics, postcolonial subjectivities and sonic hegemony", which she spoke about with i.e. crazy in a just-published interview for The Spinoff. South Island residents can experience Apple live tonight at Dunedin's The Cook alongside Negative Nancies and Aotearoa Snuff Jazz Quartet, and at Christchurch Town Hall on Saturday with Teen Haters and Aotearoa Snuff Jazz Sextet. Take in a gallery of Connor Crawford's absolutely incredible images of Thursday's event via clicking on the thumbnail pics below, and catch Betty Apple while you can at the following events...

Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple

Friday 2nd August – The Cook, Dunedin w/ Negative Nancies, Aotearoa Snuff Jazz Quartet*
Saturday 3rd August – Christchurch Town Hall, Christchurch w/ Teen Haters, Aotearoa Snuff Jazz Sextet

Tickets available HERE via UTR*



Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple
Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple
Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple
Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple
Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple
Altmusic Presents: Betty Apple

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Fri 2nd Aug
The Cook, Dunedin
Sat 3rd Aug
Town Hall, Christchurch







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