MOVEMENT.1 // Reunion
Sat Feb 4, 16:00 - Sat Feb 4, 23:30
The Daisy Jones Bar
Glitch Culture & Concert SA present: MOVEMENT.1 // Reunion
We are ecstatic to present a new kind of Glitch Culture live experience. A diverse line-up of musicians, with existing personal and musical connections, is curated with the intention of inspiring collaboration and unique, memorable moments on stage. We look forward to seeing how it all unfolds.
We will be hosting the first event of this kind at The Daisy Jones on 4 February 2023, and it will form part of Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys and Wombed’s SA tour.
16:00 - DOORS OPEN / DJ HOT PANTZ
17:00 - FUZZ NIGHTS DJ’S
18:30 - FINCH QUARTET
19:00 - ORAH & THE KITES
20:00 - WOMBED
21:00 - LUCY KRUGER & THE LOST BOYS
22:00 - DANGERFIELDS
23:00 - GLITCH CULTURE DJ’S
00:00 - CLOSE
Read more or listen to the artists below.
Doors will open at 4pm, with DJs, pre-drinks, food (vegan options available), and a beautiful art exhibition (artists to be announced).
Open from 4pm, come early and enjoy the beautiful summer setting.
- Vegan Streetfood will be joining us. They'll have a wide variety of vegan options available
- Daisy Jones Bar will have their usual delicious pizza and burgers available
- There will be ice slushy cocktails available at the bar to help you cool down
- WAVE I - Early Bird // R120 (sold out)
- WAVE II - General Pre-sale // R150
- DOOR // R200 (if not sold out)
- GLITCH BUS - Event shuttle from Cape Town and back // R200
If you can't afford a ticket but would like to attend this event, please mail us at [email protected] and we will try our best to assist you. It is important to us that our events are as accessible as possible to everyone x
This event is proudly supported by Concerts SA.
Thank you to everyone for making this thing possible.
Over the past year Cape Town post-punk band Dangerfields released a series of singles and music videos while performing across SA. They also developed a friendship with members of Orah & The Kites and Finch Quartet, which resulted in a unique musical collaboration, pushing Dangerfields’ music into places it hadn’t been before. The band very much looks forward to presenting this collaboration on the Daisy Jones stage.
LUCY KRUGER & THE LOST BOYS
Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys is an art-pop ambient noise band based in Berlin.
The group creates music that is full of atmosphere and intensity.
In April this year the band released, ‘Teen Tapes (for performing your stunts)’ - a follow-up to their previous record ‘Transit Tapes (for women who move furniture around)’ - and the final in their series of tapes. The trilogy, which began with the contemplative collection of lullabies, ‘Sleeping Tapes for Some Girls’, documents a growing desire to play. There is a relinquishing of control in the sonic landscape and in the story that happens throughout the course of the three records.
The band has been touring the albums throughout Germany and Europe over the last year, performing at the likes of Fusion Festival, Maifeld Derby, Wave-Gotik Treffen, South of Silence, Immergut, and Synästhesie.
The range of material and storytelling captured in the trilogy has given the group a chance to explore a live set that drifts between introverted and ecstatic.
Wombed is an experimental music project led by Berlin-based, Cape Town-born musician, André Leo (formerly of dream noise duo, Medicine Boy).
Birthed in the murky waters of 2020, the debut EP, Still Nothing, is described by Leo as ‘cough syrup blues’ and is a merger of his love for acoustic roots music and washed-out, unsettling ambiance.
2021’s Skinning Music is a blurry sound collage of dictaphones, Mellotrons, tube amps, guitars and tape hiss.
These two self-produced EPs mark the closing of the first cycle of Wombed with a forthcoming record in the final stages of production, drawing more on Leo’s adoring and inquisitive relationship with discordant, noisy rock ‘n roll music
For their debut performances in South Africa, the band (with Francis Broek on drums and Adam Hill on bass) will focus on the newer, unreleased material while throwing in a few reworkings of older material.
ORAH & THE KITES
Orah & The Kites are a melancholic alternative folk band based in Cape Town, South Africa. The band formed in 2016 by Ntokozo Mzimela (Keys/Vocals/Guitar) with best friends Teagyn Gracey (Vocals/Saxophone) and Jaimie De Klerk (Synth/Vocals).
The trio soon expanded to include Tristan De Beer (Lead Guitar/Vocals) and Kieron Brown (Bass/Vocals) in 2018 and they now welcome Giovanni Serci on drums.
The Orah & The Kites soundscape is forever evolving but is rooted in an appreciation for vocal harmony and the meditative cathartics of melody repetition.
Orah & The Kites have played at local venues such as The Raptor Room, The Gin Bar, Cafe Roux and more. The band has also graced the stages of local festivals such as Muizenbergs Concert in the Park in 2017, Garden State Festival alongside Kyp Malone, Dave Depper and Laura Burhenn, Design Ndaba, Endless Daze 2019 and Up The Creek 2020.
Finch Quartet is a modern classical string quartet, inspired by collaboration and innovation. They aim to break the stereotypes of classical tradition, and push the limits of sounds and spaces that string quartets are usually associated with. They have most recently collaborated with Dangerfields, Bye Beneco, Orah and the Kites and Haiku Haiku.