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Noise & Cold Ceiling: Live at Meow

Noise & Cold Ceiling: Live at Meow

8:00pm, Fri 17 December, 2021
MEOW, Wellington

Event Details

Siren Song presents:

Noise & Cold Ceiling: Live at Meow

Art-rock, post-punk, post-rock.

Siren Song invites you to a one-off performance at legendary local venue Meow After months in level 2, we’re absolutely thrilled that we’re able to host full-scale shows in December. 

To celebrate this new-found freedom we’ve put together something extra-special, featuring two emerging art-rock bands, Cold Ceiling and Noise, each playing selections from their upcoming albums, alongside special guest Dani Mogin.

Noise is an experimental art-rock six-piece, founded in NYC and based in Wellington. Fronted by Will Marshall, a songwriter and producer with a swaggering, articulate baritone, Noise work with a palette borrowed from contemporary art-rock, modernist poetry, the weirder edges of electronic music, indie pop and post-punk

Cold Ceiling is a heavy, expansive 5-piece rock band based in Wellington.

The group explores the depths of psychology and introspection with a visceral, cathartic sound and performance style. Cold Ceiling aims to maximise the sonic range of a rock band by employing production elements in the form of industrial atonal synths, no-input mixer, sampling and instrumental effects. 

Cold Ceiling recently finished their debut album with James Goldsmith.

Dani is an accordionist, pianist and songwriter based in Wellington, New Zealand. Her music is steeped in the folk-music flavours of the Mediterranean with a unique twist, her deeply personal and playful lyrics unfolding through the sounds of smoky chamber pop.

This event will take place at Orange under the traffic light system, and proof of vaccination status will be required for entry. 

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