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    Dots+Loops: IN REGOLITH

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    Event description

    Kieran Welch and Kate Miller combine to celebrate the release of Kieran’s debut single In Regolith, featuring a remix from Kate herself. From visceral live viola to irresistible dancefloor grooves, experience an immersive concert-club night like no other. Special guest Claire Litwinowicz opens proceedings with a hypnotically beautiful set of live violin loops.

    Lineup
    // Claire Litwinowicz
    // Kieran Welch [single launch]
    // Kate Miller [DJ set]
      
    Doors open 7.00pm, music 8pm till late

      

    One a trained classical violist, and the other a DJ with a decade of experience playing some of Berlin’s coolest clubs, Kieran and Kate might appear at first to come from very different worlds. But the two share a love for a unique blend of bass music, IDM, Drum & Bass, techno and jazz—and are passionate about meshing these diverse sounds into audience-immersive, cohesive, vibrant and unexpected journeys.Kieran Welch’s musical life has been defined by searching for ways to combine his training in classical viola performance with diverse musical worlds and communities. From his unique live shows, merging live electronics and viola, to the concert series he founded a decade ago, Dots+Loops, he pairs a visceral playing style with a passion for multilayered curation, on a mission to inclusively share meaningful stories in an artistic conversation. Following a years-long incubation, his debut single In Regolith, composed by Tilman Robinson, releases this May.

    Naarm/Melbourne DJ Kate Miller has spent the last decade exploring different pockets of the dance space both locally and abroad, and is renowned for delivering wide-ranging sets which move across genres with fluidity. Creating an immersive experience for each context with fun at the heart of every set, her devotion to irresistible grooves and brave selections has earned her respect as a bold and emphatic selector, as well as regular slots at De School, Panorama Bar and Australia’s Cool Room. Recently finishing a Masters in Sonic Arts at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), she returns to Meanjin/Brisbane for her first local set in over a year.

    Driven by the power of connection, violinist Claire Litwinowicz’s creative outputs exist in grey areas between classical and new music realms, whether that is collaborative installations, electro-acoustic compositions, improvised performance or curated contemporary classical concerts. With a curiosity for new and boundary-pushing music and considerable classical chops, her violin and loop performances immerse the audience in hypnotic, beautiful and haunting layers of sound.

     

    Tickets

    To make sure everyone can join in, tickets are Pay-What-You-Can-Afford, minimum $20. We encourage those of you with the means to do so to pay more, enabling us to put this event on while keeping it accessible to those in our community who may be experiencing financial difficulties. If it is within your means, our suggested ticket price is $40. Every little bit helps support Meanjin/Brisbane's vibrant arts community and the amazing artists in the Dots+Loops family.

    We have an allocation of free and discounted tickets available for First Nations people and any people who can't afford the ticket price. To access these tickets, please contact us or send us a message on the Dots+Loops Instagram for more information.

     

    Accessibility

    Program Visual Rating: 10%

    No strobe lights will be used. There will be coloured effect lighting.

    This show will feature moderately loud electronics at times. Audiences are free to leave and re-enter at any point, with a slightly removed space available in the courtyard in front of the venue.

    The performance space at the BELOW at Warehouse 25, which is located on the basement floor of the venue. Unfortunately this space is not wheelchair accessible, as access is via a set of stairs. The bar is located on the Main Floor of the venue. The Main Floor is accessed through a front courtyard, with a fully flat concrete floor and wide space to wheel through. Access from the street is via a fully-flat and wide curb ramp. The street and pathway directly from the street have a notable sideways gradient (low on the left and high on the right looking towards the entrance), but this flattens out upon reaching the courtyard. To reach the stairs to The BELOW, head through the main floor of the venue, to the back corner of the room opposite the main bar (to your left as you enter).

    For more detail on venue access, please see the Accessibility Details page:
    https://www.dotsandloops.com.au/venue-access/warehouse25-below


     

    Acknowledgement of Country

    Dots+Loops PLAYBACK is held on Jagera and Turrbal land. We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners and pay our pay respects to Elders past and present. First Nations communities have been creating and sharing music, art and culture here for thousands of generations, and we recognise the important ongoing contributions they make to our music and arts scenes. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

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    This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

    This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, its arts funding and advisory body.

    Dots+Loops is an artist-led non-profit organisation which is able to run thanks to the support of our community of patrons, supporters and audiences. We are so very grateful to the many generous individuals that have made donations to Dots+Loops, your support makes creating diverse, inclusive and accessible adventurous art possible for our community. You can make a tax-deductible donation through the Australian Cultural Fund.

    Dots+Loops is supported by the Australian Cultural Fund and our partners the Warehouse 25, Cre8tive Nations, Sage Hotel James Street, and the University of Queensland School of Music.

    The recording of In Regolith was made possible with the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Young and Emerging Artists Fellowship, an initiative of Brisbane City Council.


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