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The All Seeing Hand

If you're into communal, immersive and otherworldly experiences, then look no further.
By Kate Powell
July 30, 2018
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The All Seeing Hand

If you're into communal, immersive and otherworldly experiences, then look no further.
By Kate Powell
July 30, 2018
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Wellingtonian art-noise outfit The All Seeing Hand are descending upon Meow on 10 August to celebrate the release of their fifth studio album Syntax Error.

Noted for their mind-meltingly visceral shows that combine turntablism, throat singing and drumming to create music that is so incredibly outlandish, it is better to hear and experience them rather than to try and describe them on paper.

For The All Seeing Hand, Syntax Error was inspired by the dystopian reality that we find ourselves in. Dark, foreboding and troubling soundscapes are punctuated by hope, meditation, reflection, healing and growth to create a musical chiaroscuro. If you're into communal, immersive and otherworldly experiences, then look no further.

They will be joined by Orchestra Of Spheres, Strange Stains and Bizznet with a special stage installation and visuals provided by Abe Hollingsworth. Tickets are available at Under the Radar.

Image: Camp a Low Hum.

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