Navarac (trailer)

| date: 11 July 2002

The ‘the illuminati exposed’ exposed !

Electric Faeces

| date: 26 June 2002

Several hours of live music by Shitcluster and friends, video, performances and installations in a gipsy village, and on the Lat-Hatar cultural festival in Szigetvar, Hungary.

Benefit party

| date: 24 May 2002

Radio Tonka Benefit Party at the Blauwe Aanslag, in Den Haag (NL)

Video: TMC posse (Toni Maldoror, Micha, Channa), Next to Nothing (Shitcluster: Charlie + Natasja), Deejay Blaise (Light Speed Drivers), drunks and punks.


White space white noise

| date: 27 January 2002

The White Space in Den Haag, the Netherlands.
Bootlak versus Geranium, improvisation based on broken records, feedback and distortion.

Wet Spot

| date: 30 August 2001

Audio experiments by Jan and Ivo. Meanwhile, Brechje improvises with slides, a painting of a cat, lots of paint, newspaper articles, 30 blue caps and a microphone. Luxus Gallery, Den Haag

Mixer Cinema Concerts #9

| date: 25 August 2001

Audio visual performance night. Among many others, a performance by dj Washing Machine and his dog (a remotely controlled washing machine dances and plays records). OT31, Amsterdam.

Artists from The Hague are notoriously difficult to find – wild, shy and nocturnal. Living underground these creatures leave their holes only occasionally to feed, drink and then mate. Even in the Hague sightings are so rare that some say that Artists are now completely extinct. Do not miss then this exciting opportunity to see live, in captivity a large group of these animals – emitting their strange noises and displaying visually. But be alert…entering is at your own risk. Mixer Cinema Concerts can not take any responsibility for injury or loss of personal property. The Hague special with former Bunker and Acid Planet stars – Featuring: Shitcluster – Spll – Geranium – dissonant Easys – DJ Washing Machine – Next to Nothing – The blue star acid experience.

Cooking concert

| date: 26 January 2000

The sounds of the food preparation were captured and amplified. Cooks and musicians were performing on the same stage. The audience was served a noisy meal in 8 courses. Audio sampling by Imp Electronics for Defence (Jan Duivenvoorden) and SWM (Ivo van der Kaay)