US/UK Label Sponsors Night of New Experimental Music Collaborations

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 08, 2012 -- Record label Zos Kia Sounds Recordings has teamed up with progressive music promoter Chaos Theory to present a showcase of experimental artists featured on the label's latest compilation release, a benefit CD for OxFam International. The concert will take place at The Miller, 96 Snowfields Rd., SE1 3SS, near London Bridge, on Thursday 24 May, 2012. To parallel the compilation for charity, a portion of the suggested donation of £5 to enter will go to OxFam International.

On the night, the performances will not only include sets by Window Tappers (a trio featuring Sol Invictus' Tony Wakeford, Renee Rosen-Wakeford, and Susan Matthews), Joanna Quail (classical influenced gothic cellist), Anton Mobin (Parisian noise and improv artist), and Vultures Quartet (experimental improvised and composed soundscapes), as well as a set in which members of each band performing in various combinations to present unique, new pieces. In addition to the music, Chaos Theory/ZKS has invited artist Lou Steaton to display her works at the show. A merchandise booth will also be on site and rare and/or new recordings and t-shirts from each musical act will also be available.

Although Chaos Theory has organised dozens of avant garde music events and concerts by up-and-coming performers in London since their first show in 2010, this will be the first collaboration between the promoter and the Oakland, CA- and London, UK-based label, Zos Kia Sounds. Will Connor, UK spokesperson for Zos Kia Sounds, states that he expects this to be the beginning of a series of events on which the two work together. Advanced tickets for a donation of £4 can be purchased online at More information on the artists and the event can be found at Zos Kia Sounds' home page here and Chaos Theory Music's homepage located at

About Zos Kia Sounds

Will Connor
Zos Kia Sounds - UK Offices
London, UK

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Press Release Submitted On: April 08, 2012 at 11:17 am
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