CIBO MATTO AVOCADO TOUR IN JAPAN
May
29
6:00 pm18:00

CIBO MATTO AVOCADO TOUR IN JAPAN

CIBO MATTO is going to JAPAN this year too!!! Please come!!!                   

5/29(FRI)  TOKYO DAIKANYAMA UNIT w/Charisma.com 

           http://www.unit-tokyo.com

6/2(TUES)   KYOTO METRO
        “Thanks for METRO 25th Anniversary -Day1-”    
       「CIBO MATTO with guest Seiichi Yamamoto」
        www.metro.ne.jp

6/3(WEDS)  KOBE troopcafe
       troopcafe.tumblr.com

6/4(THURS) Blue Note TOKYO (2 sets)
       「CIBO MATTO with guest Keigo Oyamada」
       [1st] OPEN/START 17:30/19:00
       [2nd] OPEN/START 20:45/21:30   
       www.bluenote.co.jp/jp/

6/6 (SAT)   NAGOYA VIO
       "Only DJing night"
       www.liveandloungevio.com

6/7(SUN)  NAGOYA VIO
       "Real show night"
       www.liveandloungevio.com

6/8 (MON)  TOKYO DAIKANYAMA UNIT 
       “Avocado・de・show” 
       W/ Hello, Wendy!+BiSH
       www.unit-tokyo.com

                    

Cibo Matto New Scene @ San Francisco International Film Festival
May
5
8:00 pm20:00

Cibo Matto New Scene @ San Francisco International Film Festival

Cibo Matto’s hip-hop infused, electro pop burrowed deep into our collective earholes throughout the 1990s, becoming a symbol for the new post-genre musical cool. When the group took an announced extended hiatus in 2001, fans wondered if this was the end of Miho Hattori and Yuka Honda’s creative collaboration responsible for beloved hits like “Know Your Chicken,” “Sci-Fi Wasabi” and “Sugar Water.” But, with the release of the 2014 album Hotel Valentine, Cibo Matto has re-established their reputation, thrilling audiences at their popular shows. Experts at establishing mood and always up for an experimental challenge, the duo has developed new musical soundtracks to a number of wild and abstract short movies to be played in this one-time-only performance. Anchoring the screenings are two rare presentations of films made in 1970. First is Yoko Ono's incredible Fluxus epic Fly,which features a fly roaming a woman's body. Second is a modern re-staging of celebrated Bauhaus artist Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet—a movie that will blow your mind with its campy costumes, weird choreography and sheer delight. Animations by Calvin Frederick, Una Lorenzen, Miwa Matreyek and Grace Nayoon Rhee and clips from some of the band’s favorite movies are also among the treats in store during this very special evening. —Sean Uyehara

More info and tickets here.

The Music of David Byrne & Talking Heads
Mar
23
8:00 pm20:00

The Music of David Byrne & Talking Heads

  • Carnegie Hall

Benefit for Music Education Programs Serving Underprivileged Youth

Michael Dorf presents the music of David Byrne and Talking Heads in a special benefit concert. The artist lineup includes Perry Farrell, The Roots, Bebel Gilberto, Steve Earle, Rufus Wainwright, O.A.R., Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells, Billy F. Gibbons of ZZ Top, and Beth Orton. This event will be Dorf’s 11th annual tribute concert held at Carnegie Hall, with 100% of the net proceeds given to music education organizations for underprivileged youth. Over one million net dollars has been raised to date.

Featuring:
Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells
Beth Orton
Bebel Gilberto
Billy F Gibbons of ZZ Top
Cibo Matto
Forro in the Dark
O.A.R.
Perry Farrell
Rufus Wainwright
Steve Earle
The Roots

MORE INFO  

TICKETS/CARNEGIE HALL WEBSITE

In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited
Mar
17
7:30 am07:30

In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited

  • Melbourne Recital Centre Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

A landmark tribute to the legendary filmmaker behind Twin Peaks and more, a stellar cast bring David Lynch’s hauntingly beautiful music to life.
Diving deep into the musical mind behind Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet and Eraserhead, In Dreams makes its Australian Premiere after London’s critically acclaimed Barbican Centre debut submerging audiences in the legendary filmmaker’s mystifying soundtracks and skewed pop songs, In Dreams features a stellar line-up of performers including Australia’s own Sarah Blasko, Kirin J Callinan, Mick Harvey (ex-Bad Seeds), and Sophia Brous (Brous), New York City-based Cibo Matto, Irish-chanteuse Camille O’Sullivan and more to be announced

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In Dream: David Lynch Revisited
Mar
16
7:30 pm19:30

In Dream: David Lynch Revisited

  • Melbourne Recital Centre

A landmark tribute to the legendary filmmaker behind Twin Peaks and more, a stellar cast bring David Lynch’s hauntingly beautiful music to life.
Diving deep into the musical mind behind Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet and Eraserhead, In Dreams makes its Australian Premiere after London’s critically acclaimed Barbican Centre debut submerging audiences in the legendary filmmaker’s mystifying soundtracks and skewed pop songs, In Dreams features a stellar line-up of performers including Australia’s own Sarah Blasko, Kirin J Callinan, Mick Harvey (ex-Bad Seeds), and Sophia Brous (Brous), New York City-based Cibo Matto, Irish-chanteuse Camille O’Sullivan and more to be announced.

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In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited
Mar
14
8:00 pm20:00

In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited

  • Sydney Opera House

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE - In a landmark tribute to the legendary filmmaker behind Twin Peaks and more, a stellar cast bring David Lynch’s hauntingly beautiful music to life.

Description

Diving deep into the musical mind behind Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet and Eraserhead, In Dreams makes its Australian Premiere in an exclusive Sydney performance straight from London’s critically acclaimed Barbican Centre debut – submerging audiences in the legendary filmmaker's mystifying soundtracks and skewed pop songs performed by a line-up including Australia’s own Sarah Blasko, Kirin J. CallinanMick Harvey (ex-Bad Seeds), Marshall McGuire and Sophia Brous (Brous), New York City-based Cibo Matto, Irish-chanteuse Camille O’Sullivan along with more to be announced.
 

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