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The Breakfast Spread: Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Tom Eaton | The Red Blazer | Indesterren Into The Stars
Philip Glass | Prophecies | Koyaanisqatsi

Trio Da Kali and Kronos Quartet | Tita | Ladilikan
Brown Spirits | Lysergic Library | brown spirits

Rowland S Howard & Lydia Lunch | Some Velvet Morning
Spencer P Jones | Have Some Faith
Jen Cloher | Regional Echo | Jen Cloher

Jess Locke | Dangerous | Universe


Totally Mild | Today Tonight | Single
Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile | Untogether | Lotta Sea Lice
Two Steps On The Water | Cannibal Mouth (Demo) | 30 Days Of Yes Compilation

Fair Maiden | Coal | Split 7”
John Maus | Over Phantom | Screen Memories


Johnny Osbourne & Pappa Tullo | Rock and Come on Ya | Dancehall 2
Havana Meets Kingston | 100 Pounds of Collie

Andy Rantzen | Fantasy Dub | 1/66 EP
Visitors | Electric Heat | Cease & Desist
The Peep Tempel | Lance | The Peep Tempel


Kaiit | 2000 n Something | Single
Nai Palm | When The Knife | Needle Paw
Miss Blanks | Clap Clap | Single

La Luz | Sure as Spring
A Swayze | ICU |Single
Hunx & His Punx | If You're Not Here


*IV w/ Tetsuya Umeda re: performance at The Substation*

Nissenenmondai | N/A #6 (live)
Kangaroo Skull | BLACKSHORE | Domestic Documents Vol. 2

Mory Kanté | Mama | The Rough Guide to the music of West Africa

Tetsuya Umeda


Tune in to hear Tetsuya Umeda as he joins The Breakfast Spread to chat about his sonic visual art installation and performance at the Substation in Newport from October 30 – November 3rd.

Based in Osaka, Japan, Tetsuya Umeda creates dynamic environments through the combination of architectural structures, sound and light. His site-specific and temporal works utilise found domestic objects and transform them from their daily familiarity into a transcendent spectacle of the unexpected.

Umeda’s richly dynamic and embodied installations that are often situated outside of the gallery context, encourage audience members to explore the interaction of its constituent parts, and by doing so, discover their own individuated perceptions, as a part of and in relation to his work.

Tetsuya Umeda
The Substation, 1 Market Street, Newport
Exhibition: 30 October – 4 November 2017 (free admission)
Performance: Friday 3 November 2017 – 7.00pm (tickets required)
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