Australia

Kalbarri, Western Australia

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Music and video by Dave Black & Cylvi Manthyng from a road trip north from Perth, Western Australia.   Kalbarri is a small town of just over a thousand people, known for its rocky coastline, red landscape, spring flowers, and pounding surf.

 

The Road to Bogandoor

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Happy New Year!

Here’s the music video of a new track from our forthcoming 2015 Aussie album… enjoy!

Music by Nat da Hatt & Dave Black with Snake Beings, video by Dave Black and Cylvi Manthyng

See also – our first Australian album, After Maths & Sciences, and Dave Black & Nat da Hatt in Japan: ネオン列車の風景 Neon Train Landscapes

Cylvi M: White Suit Walking

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A series of performance art pieces conceived & performed by Cylvi Manthyng

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A White Suit Walking:

30 Days a Statue.

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Charity Art Auction – Sunday 23rd March

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Art Auction – Sunday 23rd March

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Supporting the Family & Friends of Missing Persons Australasia – a special event in Perth, Western Australia.
This auction is to raise awareness and support in its objectives – to educate, to inform, and to help support those people left behind when someone goes missing.

Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2013

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“This is something that he has to do, that he will do, come fame or oblivion” –Chris Knox

The second volume of fiffdimension’s best-of compilations, a sequel to Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005 , sees increasingly wide-ranging experimentation and exploration both sonically and geographically, from New Zealand and beyond to Australia and East Asia.

Featuring tracks from the albums

Ascension Band: Evolution (2005)

After Maths & Sciences (2006)

South Island Sessions (2006)

First Time Around: East Asia (2008)

The Winter: 2011 (2011)

The Winter: Flying Visit (2012)

Dave Black & Nat da Hatt: 日本の山 (2013)

+ previously unreleased tracks

After Maths & Sciences

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An Australian novel for the ear, recorded in Melbourne VIC and Gosford NSW in 2005 – by kiwis.

Here’s the music video for The Greenhough (free mp3) The sounds were recorded in Victoria (and a few seconds in South Australia) but the video footage was taken in Queensland!

Music by Dave Black – banjo, dictaphone, laptop, acoustic guitar, harmonica, drums / Cylvi Manthyng – phat beatz, shaker, shakuhachi / Francesca Mountfort – cello / Mike Kingston – acoustic guitar / various Australians


2006 | Reviewed by Simon Sweetman

“After Maths & Sciences was recorded by Dave Black (some may know him as David A. Edwards, and if you don’t, then check his website, or the compilation of earlier recordings,Gleefully Unknown 1997-2005) in two parts: From May-July of 2005 in Melbourne, during the winter….

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