Our ever watchful Sousa-Cam was mounted to Horace’s Sousaphone for the best part of this year, capturing our antics nearly everywhere we roamed. It was then lovingly spliced by Uncle to show you what we’ve been up to this very busy year….
The whole glorious mess is soundtracked by The Ossicles (Business part III) taken from our forthcoming album “Listening Bones”.
A hefty 4 days of mobile brass and woodwind looms…!!
Listed below are the performances we know will happen. Though, a multitude of late night flash shows is likely. Also, look out for Horace Sousatron; our indefatigable Sousaphone virtuoso, who will have this wonderful instrument glued to him for the duration. Ask him nicely, he may play for you and most probably give you a free Perhaps Contraption sticker.
Pre-release copies of our new album Listening Bones will be available!! We are doing a special festival deal; a copy of Listening Bones and our first LP Sludge and Tripe for only 10 quid. Please support independent music and buy some stuff!
9.15pm – 10pm: The opening ceremony – the lighting of the fires –
leaving from the Oak tree next to the main stage…
7pm – 7.40: The Lizard stage
10 – 10.30pm: Bandstand
12 midnight: One Taste Cabaret (the premiere of an immersive cabaret structured around our sounds!)
10pm – 10.10pm Pre burn parade on the North side of the lake…
Possible 1am show at London Leisure Pirates jailhouse tent (near Circus Kinetica)
We have been enrolled by the Head Gardeners to complete a series of parades, and celebrate this fine festivals 10th birthday. I’m immensely excited to announce that we will premiere of our newMegatraptionat Secret Garden Party this Thursday.
When discussing this feat, I quickly realised that the time was ripe to almost double our device power. It is an auspicious occasion after all. And so our dirge has duly increased to a 14 piece…(and may well flux for other outings in the near future)
We welcome new contraptionites:
Edward Ashby : Tuba
Letty Stott: French Horn
Lucy Brown: French Horn
Jin Theriault: Soprano Saxophone
Sam Calcott: Flugelhorn
Chuckles the Clown: Drums
Our first parade takes place this thursday, and leaves the Oak Tree near the great stage at 21:15. We will commence “the lighting of the fires” around the garden…with the help of many other amazing performers and a 25 piece samba band….
We have 8 shows scheduled throughout the weekend…the release of the whereabouts is imminent. And we will also be peddling pre-release copies of our new album Listening Bones throughout the weekend, so do come and snap one up, as it’s only available direct from live shows until October…
I can reveal that we will begin a parade at 18:00, which will find its way to the Remixed arena to begin a set at 18:30 with a mighty P.A and microphones to boot…
They are also running a good competition to win some tickets to a major festival next year, all details on the sites. We hope to see you there, it will be our last big electric show until we ring in the New Year…