Thursday, August 02, 2007

Hidden village mentioned in review

Hidden Village was mentioned briefly yet firmly in a review in the Advertiser by Rodney Smith.

"Visually most arresting, but of less musical interest, Hidden Village duo Sebastian Tomczak and Lauren Sutter's musical chess over a breadboard of leads and cables plus a mobile phone caught one's attention only momentarily. Early-1950s monochrome electronic sounds and a polyphonic texture seemed to offer little that was new."

4 comments:

Tristan Louth-Robins said...

In terms of Rodney's review, I think the high praise of the visual aspect of Hidden Village's performance is something to take to heart. Rodney is a critic at heart, and I'm glad that everyone received equal kudos in one way or another.

Sebastian Tomczak said...

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poppi narelle-faye doser said...

Big ups Seb & Lauren! Yo' mama says don't quit the shizzlin' and fizzlin',
pd & MV.

Sebastian Tomczak said...

hi poppi. not sure what you mean but okay.

ps. we all need to go out again some time. those were good times.