Sunday 20 November 2011


I am pleased to announce that Vox Wonder, Voice Activated Drawing Machine will be appearing at three different venues in the coming weeks...

The first tonight (Sunday 20th November) at The Others Bar in Stoke Newington:

Music! Comedy! Anti-Folk! Live Physics! Fanzines! Cake!

London anti-folk musician Depresstival presents a new monthly night of music, comedy, live physics and cake et all...She has many bizarre and talented friends. Come and see the best of London's alternative and disenfranchised performers. When prompted, they had this to say:

"Everything is dead. However, the thing that’s most dead of all is Genre.
Come to the wake of unpopular dusty old Uncle Genre - the dirty letch who wanted to sell you to the circus when you were 7 and had just learnt to play the double bass.

Come celebrate the Death of The Narrator by telling defamatory stories about him, while having a look at some humans who will perform actions that include music, words and movements in space.

If you need definitions of what it will be like, go to the nearest dictionary and stick a pin in it. Good luck."


Nick Sun
Adam Donen
Michal Kapko
Vox Wonder voice activated drawing machine
Julie Hills
Holly Partridge
Gregory Akerman

mit DJ Campbell!!!

£3 / £2 concessions

Tube: Finsbury Park, then 106 bus
Overground: Stoke Newington (from Liverpool Street or Seven Sisters)
Buses: 67, 73, 76, 106, 243, 393, 476

Then on Saturday 26th of November between 2 and 3pm The Machine will be at Peckham Settlement's family fun day, more info. here:

And on Monday December 5th get yourself down to The Betsy Trotwood pub (Betsy Trot would!) for the magical and super fun evening Oh for the Love of Dada.

From 8pm. This event is free.

Organiser Kate Wiggs writes:

Poetry, music, spoken word, performances both on and off stage and lots of other treasures that somehow evade categorisation.

Delights include action painting by Grimes&Jones, a Voice Activated Drawing Machine, glockenspiels, life drawing with a real mermaid and poetry previously performed at the crucible of Dada, the Cabaret Voltaire, courtesy of Frog Morris.

Come join us and turn an uneventful Monday evening into a scintillating cultural adventure!

click for the event page on Facebook, or follow this link for more info on the venue:

Hope to see you soon! Toodlepip!