Cut & Paste Issue Nine: Launch Party
The Cut & Paste Issue Nine Launch Party will be held at The Bird on William St, Northbridge on Friday April 30 doors open at 8pm and going until the riot squad arrives. The launch will be an exclusive event featuring Scotch of Saint James, local producer Ta-Ku (Paper Chain records) in his first live-showcase featuring a list of local emcess and singers. Cut & Paste Nine’s Mixtape creator, dub-step leader Rekab as well as exclusive outing for the Dub Get Dirty Jam Band (last seen supporting HEALTH at Beck’s Music Box). The Cut & Paste Soundsytem, will be showing off their new visual hi-jinks mixing sounds and sights. Extra visual stimulation will be supplied by Creepy who will be showing new artworks ahead of his solo exhibition at Turner Galleries in Melbourne in addition to new works from Timothy Rollin and Martin E. Wills.
We have found an Online ticketing company that is based in Perth, so we’re still supporting our local by using their service. They’re called Epic Events and you can hit ‘em up here. When we open the box office next Tuesday April 6 this post will be updated with a direct link to our Launch on the epic website.
You will need a credit card or paypal details handy and you are required to register with the site. The registration is free.
Your tickets will be delivered by email and you’ll need to print them out and bring them along on the night.
If you have ANY problems at all using the Epic Events Website or with the event itself we need to know so please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll sort it out.
What’s in Cut & Paste Issue Nine?
Cut & Paste Issue Nine, the first DVD of 2010. The DVD that kicks ass while supporting its local is back. Cut & Paste Issue Nine stuffs its face with the summer festival season; behind the scenes interviews at Southbound, a heapin’ helping of rich interviews with Gyroscope, Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss), The Inspector Cluzo(Frenchies say the damnedest things), and takes a bite out of the inaugural One Movement Festival. Have a snack on our Featured Artist, Creepy who has been building an impressive portfolio across street and gallery work in addition to interviews with street artist Timothy Rollin and the space agedMartin E. Wills. You will also get to take away two WA Screen Awards winners; The pants-splittingly funny This is Perth and the pants-wettingly scaryTinglewood. Both films are WASA People’s Choice Award winners. Cut & Paste took out its third straight cross-platform media award at the WA Screen Awards in March and have continued to develop on new technologies in cross-media with the launch of this issue and looking forward to Issue ten Cut & Paste Issue Nine will be available at the usual outlets in Perth (including The Moon, Planet, Highs and Lows, FTI, Rosemount Hotel) Sydney and Melbourne, and online via iTunes from Friday April 30.