Friday, September 28, 2012



Pure modular analogue audio-visual improvisation presented by Black Zenith from Singapore. Supported by the experimental duo Sherman + Sin:Ned and laptop quintet Diode.

Black Zenith (Analogue Synth / Singapore)
Diode (Electronics / Hong Kong)
Sherman + Sin:Ned (Guitar & Electronics / Hong Kong)

Date: Oct-13, 2012
Open: 8:00 PM
Start: 8:30 PM

Venue: Strategic Sounds
Workshop E, 10/F, High Win Factory building, 47 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Admission: HK$120 (at door only)

Presented by Re-Records & Strategic Sounds

For bookings and enquiries, please contact:
rerecordshk (at)

About the performers

Black Zenith (Singapore)
Black Zenith is Brian O’Reilly & Darren Moore. The duo performs using analog modular synthesizers & moving images. They produce dense sonic textures that generate live visuals through the transformation of audio signals into images. Black Zenith draws as much influence from noise music & the electroacoustic music tradition as they do from the foundations of abstract video art.


Diode (Hong Kong)
The function of a diode is to allow an electric current to pass in one direction (called the diode’s forward direction), while blocking current in the opposite direction (the reverse direction). Diode (Fung Tsun Yin Jasper, Lam Kit Hang Frank, Lau Ho Chi, Tsang Ka Wai Eason, Wong Chun Hoi) is a sonic collective of five multi-disciplinarians, with a simple audio hardware connection structure which transfer the sound in one-way-direction.


Sherman + Sin:Ned (Hong Kong)
Sherman plays electric guitar and effect pedals. His debut solo work “Politely We Grow Old” was released by Lona Records in 2006.

Sin:Ned, aka Wong Chung-fai, is an unorthodox sonic evangelist who practices improvisational mysticism. He is the co-founder of Re-Records ( and No One pulse. Currently also one of the Advisors of soundpocket (

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