1. We Don't Care About Music Anyway... TRAILER

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    From radical turntablism (Otomo Yoshihide) to laptop music innovation (Numb), via classical instrument hijacking (Sakamoto Hiromichi), Tokyo's avant-garde music scene is internationally known for its boldness. While introducing some of the greatest musicians of this scene, "We Don't Care About Music Anyway..." offers a kaleidoscopic view of Tokyo, confronting music and noise, sound and image, reality and representation, documentary and fiction. "We don't care about music anyway"... In other words, "we make it and that'sall". Beyond the music and beyond its performance, the future and mode of existence of a city, and society as a whole, are in motion. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Du turntablism radical (Otomo Yoshihide) à l’innovation musicale informatique (Numb), en passant par l’audace instrumentale (Sakamoto Hiromichi), la scène de musiques actuelles de Tokyo constitue une avant-garde que personne ne peut plus ignorer. Tout en présentant des acteurs majeurs de cette scène, We Don't Care About Music Anyway… propose une vision kaléidoscopique de Tokyo, confrontant musique et bruit, sons et images, représentation et réalité, fiction et documentaire. “We don’t care about music anyway… “ Une certaine façon de dire : “Nous la faisons, un point c’est tout”. Au-delà de la musique, et au-delà de la performance, se jouent l’avenir et les modalités d’existence d’une ville et d’une société entière. www.studio-shaiprod.com

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    • David Sylvian "Amplified Gesture"

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      Samadhisound presents: Amplified Gesture, an introduction to free improvisation: practitioners and their philosophy. A trailer for Amplified Gesture can be viewed on this page. The full length feature documentary is available as a part of the Manafon deluxe edition. Directed and edited by: Phil Hopkins. With: Otomo Yoshihide, Toshimaru Nakamura, Christian Fennesz, Keith Rowe, Eddie Prévost, Sachiko M., Evan Parker, John Tilbury, Werner Dafeldecker, Michael Moser and John Butcher. Produced by: Adrian Molloy for Opium (Arts) Ltd. Executive Producer: David Sylvian. Music: Excerpts from Manafon by David Sylvian, © 2009 Samadhisound llc. All rights reserved. www.manafon.com

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      • Luke & Zach Go Boating present Spring Formal, March 3

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        • Roulette TV: CHRISTIAN MARCLAY

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          Marclay physically manipulates a wide variety of stylistically "meaningful" music, test tones, and sound effects recordings as well as surface scratches, clicks, skips and pops in his richly layered, transforming mixes. He has said that "in my work, the process is very important, to be able to see it and hear it", and this opportunity is provided in close detail as multiple cameras scan every movement of his engrossing, surreal performance. In a thought-provoking interview, he explains his "record without a cover" meant to age and over time (similar to Marcel Duchamp's "Large Glass"), how he marks and cuts the records ("scores") for his performances, describes the Guitar Drag, his visual works, and reminds listeners of the ephemerality of music. Initially a student at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Christian Marclay became more fascinated by the energy of punk rock music and the aesthetics of performance art as practiced by artists like Vito Acconci and Joseph Beuys. In 1980, he organized a festival called Eventworks to explore the influence of rock music on the art world, and began to make improvised performances with thrift store records to which he would attach objects to loop the tracks. In 1979, he discovered old audio-visual department-style turntables manufactured by Califone, and these became his "instruments". Produced by Jim Staley Directed by Matt Mehlan

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          • Keith Rowe & Toshimaru Nakamura live in ST.Louis Feb 02-03

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            Living legend Keith Rowe (AMM) and Toshimaru Nakamura perform a rare gig in Saint Louis at The Galaxy. Only someone from STL can appreciate just how weird those words sound together. Thanks to Eric Hall, Darin Gray and Chris Smentkowski for making the show happen.

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            • Luc Ferrari & Otomo Yoshihide - Slow Landing (2008)

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              Director: Miyaoka Hideyuki Year: 2008 Time: 11 mins Music: Luc Ferrari & Otomo Yoshihide

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              • We Don’t Care About Music Anyway... Special Live、2008年1月27日@月見ル君思フ、青山

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                We Don’t Care About Music Anyway... スペシャル・コンテンツ!! www.wedontcareaboutmusicanyway.com

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                • ドラびでお『We Don't Care...』リミックス・PART 1

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                  『We Don't Care...』公開記念イベントELECTRICAL 2011.1.10@Super Deluxe

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                  • Ryu Hankil (FEN) @ Cafe OTO, London, 5th February 2010

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                    Sound artist Ryu Hankil (born 1975, Seoul, South Korea) improvising with digital/analogue devices (clockworks, contact microphones, electronics, laptop, objects) at Cafe OTO, London, as part of the FEN - Far East Network 2-day residency. Background on Ryu Hankil and FEN: http://vagueterrain.net/journal15/william-ashline/01 http://www.cafeoto.co.uk/FENday2.shtm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiFmLudyugk Check out my Flickr for Ryu Hankil and FEN photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fabiolug/

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                    • We Don’t Care About Music Anyway... TRAILER

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                      東京、音楽番外地へようこそ 本作は、東京で新しい音楽を生み出す8人のミュージシャンと日本の大量消費社会を結びつけ、対峙させたドキュメンタリー映画である。そして音とその知覚についての探求の映画でもある。 8人のミュージシャンがたゆみなく追求し続けるものは、音楽言語にまだ成りきっていない未開の音、本能的な音である。それは都市の音そのもので、滅菌され、フォーマット化された、東京の日常に遍在する音である。 都市の生み出す騒音や雑音が、ノイズミュージックと混じり合って轟音のうねりを巻き起こし、爆音の極点へと達する時、視覚と聴覚を極限まで研ぎすませた観客の眼前に、新しい東京の風景が広がる。 2011年1月15日(土)より、3週間レイトショー!! 21:00(連日) 劇場: 渋谷ユーロスペース 渋谷・文化村前交差点左折 03-3461-0211 www.wedontcareaboutmusicanyway.com

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