Lucky Dragons and The Berg Sans Nipple to play Kids Gigs at Supersonic 2011
It’s hard to imagine to two more perfect bands to play our Supersonic Kids Gigs than Lucky Dragons and The Berg Sans Nipple. These will rule! If everyone isn’t running around clapping and smiling in five minutes, we’ll need to think about refunds.
Lucky Dragons are all about people coming together to make sound, to make an event, to make something new and joyous. It’s not by accident that they refer to their live shows as ‘actions’. They encourage participation and this Supersonic live show promises to be all about (re)discovery and (re)turning to play to learn about ourselves and make new connections. There’s a live video link below and more Lucky Dragons live films are here.
The Berg Sans Nipple are a Frenchman and a Nebraskan. With two drums, synths, samples, a ton of percussion and vocals, their sounds hop-skip past each other, caught in devastatingly beautiful melodies held tight by a mind bending rhythm section. Their new video ‘Changing the Shape’ (link below) is a fantastic twist on the age-old game of exquisite corpse where an image or story is built up person-by-person using instinct and imagination. Let’s play!
The Berg Sans Nipple – Change The Shape from Clapping Music on Vimeo.