Beatboxing Monk DJ to Headline Zipangu Opening Party
10 November, 2011 Leave a comment
The Zipangu film festival opens it curtains for a second year next week, and marks the occasion in the way we like best – with an all out party set to tickle the audio and optical sensory systems! Set to hit London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts on Friday 18 November 2011, the opening shenanigans feature four musical acts, visual performances and is free to all ticket holders of the festival’s opening films KanZeOn and Shirome – otherwise tickets cost £5 and are available to book in advance from the ICA homepage.
One of the main draws to the party is a performance from the badboy beatboxing Buddhist monk DJ ta2mi, who features in KanZeOn. Plus tunes from the Japan-inspired music maker KidKanevil, Paul Fisher of import shop Far Side Music, a set from Kper and another from shi_ne_ko_sei, who will be joined by KanZeOn’s co-director to play tracks that inspired the whole project.
We’ll see you there, but for the meantime here’s the trailer for KanZeOn.