World of Rubber 3 is compiled to make you cry, love, stomp and vomit. Rebellious heavyhitter and lovely melodic excursion provided by Japanese Wave-duo Group A, acid smash and catchy synthpopper by Interstellar Funk, basement 808 TECH-NO-SHIT by DJ Overdose and Dutch ”Pop not Pop” by Leuk & Ko (Unit Moebius and Friend). Brought to you from Den Haag on a white immaculate platter with fresh inlay design.
Get ‘various artists – world of rubber 3’ at Clown.nl: https://clone.nl/item42955.html
We’re proud to announce our summer exhibition, showcasing works by Anthony Blokdijk, Jan Duivenvoorden, Floris Duijvestein, Marie-claire van der Heijden, Sarina Missot and Victor van der Oever. This particular group of artists share a link with Stichting (foundation) Maldoror (The Hague, 1987).
In 2012 Stichting Maldoror celebrated its 25th birthday by travelling to Indonesia to trade 25 Dutch artworks for 25 Indonesian art works. In Yogyakarta, Maldoror chairman Anthony Blokdijk was invited to set up a project for children with Down Syndrome. As part of the funding, a website was created where friends of Maldoror would offer artworks for sale.
The exhibition ‘Stitching Maldoror’ is the finale of the project, with works created by the six artists who were presented on the website.
The title refers to Google’s auto-correct function when searching for Stichting Maldoror.
Mimesia Gallery is open every weekend in August from 12-6 pm, and on appointment via our website https://mimesia.gallery/contact.
The opening event on Friday evening August 5th will start at 7.30pm.
In this eagerly anticipated episode of dancing and painting, Zoe dances and paints on “Ratjetoe” by the Beatle (Tapenade 3 EP, 2016).
LIMITED EDITION, 50 COPIES. Each copy comes with a signed and numbered hand-painted artwork by Anthony Blokdijk! Previously released on SD records: Krautrock and EBM inspired post-industrial techno. Next-level electronic music made by one of The Hague’s most original producers. Must have for fans of Unit Moebius Anonymous and Shitcluster.
“The gruelling chug of A1 is led by hollow, bouncy drums and subtle complaints like coming from Sid Vicious’s taped mouth, followed by asphyxial feel of A2.
The B-side opens with rubbery stabs and eerie clonks that are guided by rotating turbines like engineered by Vainio Väisänen Vega and giving the sensations of hellish, sole-burning treadmill while the B2 is about dissonant funk from the abstracter side.
Ever since their first release on Bunker, Shitcluster has been a favourite orchestra of mine and in their Panzerkreuz debut, they target non-conservative dancefloor with their darkest sound so far, without any tongue-in-cheek feel of pioneer times”.
STICHMA TV 01 – Salò Mentale LIVE
Testing the new broadcasting studio. The show starts around 51:20. Our apologies for the audio stream quality, but luckily the live set was recorded in hi-fi!
All is now part of a digital album, spanning 23 years: https://anthonyblokdijk.bandcamp.com/album/sound-performance-for-max-kuiper