MOMOC is a downloadable folder magazine for file culture, gathering contributions from all artforms that can be compressed into one or several file-extensions. The content is presented inside a downloadable zip-file.   MOMOC aims to engage with culture as digital media; challenging


FLORA is the collaboration between singer and producer AnnaMelina and Swedish electronic music export Varg. AnnaMelina is known for her dreamy vocals and electronic song writing. Varg is one of the electronic music world’s most prolific, collaborative, experimental and ever-changing artists. Nimbly

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Qillannguaq Berthelsen aka PlusQ is a music producer from Greenland, working on Greenlandic movies, theatre and tv productions, and making albums/tracks with various native artists. In Mimerlaven, Berthelsen will perform a selection of his melancholic, symphonic and cinematic compositions, mixed with electronic


JHM aka Jens Masimov spends his time between Sweden and Glasgow, DJing and producing while also co-running Hill 52 Radio. His style and practice is fuelled by notions of POC identity, creating politically motivated electronic music and art. Influences come from a


Two years on from her critically acclaimed, self-titled debut, Polish cellist and composer Resina returned in 2018 with her sophomore. A less fragile, far more immediate album, Traces sees the Warsaw-based artist working a sound which moves closer towards the listener, with increased viscerality and weight. Resina is presented


Live hardware. Possessed rave and unhinged techno. Working on her debut full length, Boston- and Providence-based Isabella has previously released on Swedish imprints Börft and Peder Mannerfelt Produktion.


Whether be industrial noise, blistering rave breakbeats or dark techno atmospherics—they’re all effortlessly joined and projected in impressive live immersion by Toronto-based musician Rita Mikhael, known in her solo efforts as E-Saggila. We’re proud and elevated to have Rita Mikhael perform as

Händer Som Vårdar

Henrik Söderström, a founding member of the Stockholm-based Masskultur experimental music booking collective, has been making music under the name Händer Som Vårdar for 10 years, performing in Sweden, Europe and the United States. HSV’s catalogue of underground cassette releases vary in

Sand Circles

Endless nights, distant lights. Sand Circles, a project of Stockholm-based Martin Herterich, is a narrative about ecstasy and nostalgia in the city. While his solo work usually is associated with the Swedish experimental underground, with musical projects ranging from off-kilter soundscaping to


Having played together in many different contexts, Christer Bothén (bass clarinet & contrabass) and Vilhelm Bromander (double bass) formed the duo CBVB in 2014 for closer artistic collaboration. The project has afforded a consistent study of their large instruments’ sounding possibilities, resulting

Lisa Stenberg

Lisa Stenberg is a composer hailing from Luleå in the north of Sweden based in Stockholm. Her music oscillates in the field of instrumental, electroacoustic and electronic music, exploring extended durations, transformation and states of timelessness. Monument is a drone concert composed on

rip ME

rip me smokes too much and dreams of becoming Madonna. rip me is for sale at all times and all places. rip me detached themselves from their emotions a long time ago and have no plans of reconciliation. rip me is a

Alternating Currents

Alternating Currents is an intermedial electricity concert choreographed and performed by Maria w Horn, Stina Nyberg and a frequency-controllable Tesla coil. The concert is one part of a long-term obsession with the inventor Nikola Tesla and the early 1900’s phenomena of touring

Vlad Nanca

Video installation: Nadia In 1978, Romanian gymnast Nadia Comăneci made a historical contribution in the Montreal OS 1976, where she was the first in history to score a ”perfect 10”. In Vlad Nanca’s edit of the documents from Comăneci’s prime time, the

Country Music

Blood-Filled Spit on the Ore-Rich Ground. Country Music is a collaborative project, digital label and publishing platform by Daniel Iinatti and Anna Sagström dedicated to a reimagined club music of the land and the contemporary periphery through explorations in music and tempo

Why Be

Why Be is the alias of Tobias Lee—a Danish DJ and producer who has released with Halcyon Veil, Janus and NON. Active in the scene since almost a decade, Lee has continued to shape his musical style by merging unexpected sounds and


Residing in Berlin, GIL is a musician whose work explores the cracks, connections and in-betweens of music and the body while being primarily rooted in contemporary club music. His debut EP Orchids & Wasps was released on Danse Noire in 2016 and


HAJ300 is one of the founding members of the Stockholm based studio collective Drömfakulteten. Having released with EURO2000 and Country Music, their productions are the constant search for the perfect distorted bassline. HAJ300’s live sets are uncompromising and energetic – a wall


Daniel Iinatti is a Stockholm based DJ and curator who together with Anna Sagström is the founder of Country Music. Being the resident DJ of Country Music his style of deejaying ranges from slowstyle to gabber, with all that is hard and


Oxhy is a London based producer whose productions tend to stand in the intersection of noise, ambient and horror. He has collaborated with Yves Tumor and released his debut EP ‘respite unoffered’ on Quantum Natives in 2017. For Country Music‘s takeover at

Via App

Dylan Scheer is the New York-based, South Carolina-born producer Via App. Having previously released with Bank Records and Break World Records she will release with Country Music in the summer. Via App’s live sets have been described as an intense journey of

Kali Malone

Kali Malone is an American composer and musician based in Stockholm since 2012. Her solo works implement unique tuning systems in minimalist form for analog and digital synthesis often combined with acoustic instrumentation—such as pipe organ, string and wind instruments, lute and

Caterina Barbieri

In guest studies at Elektronmusikstudion and the Royal College of Music in Stockholm in 2013, Caterina Barbieri traded her classical guitar practice for modular synthesisers. It has proven highly rewarding, shooting her minimalist compositions to high international acclaim.

Klara Utke Acs

arrivals procastinate *echo* is a polyphony of choreographies initiated by dancer and performer Klara Utke Acs. It is a practice of social posing as a nonverbal, subtle yet forceful mode of political positioning. As an eco-system of bodies, subjects and aliens, the performance is


PETER, the plague a list, a history, a contagion, a memory, a thought, a lifestyle, a choice, a miracle, a child, a verse, a sickness, an announcement, an archive, a protest, alive, another, a promise, practice, problem, performance, place, position, parameter, prediction,

Stine Janvin

For Choreomania, the installation Paroxysm will be activated by a performance by vocalist Stine Janvin. Through various projects such as Fake Synthetic Music and Native Instrument (Shelter Press), Janvin explore and challenges the physical features of the voice, the acoustics of her external/internal


A pioneer on the Copenhagen industrial and noise scene and founder of prominent underground label Moral Defeat, Schacke’s recent works in techno is taking him around the world, his most recent release on Copenhagen techno imprint Ectotherm becoming a new Nordic techno

Fast Forward

Shaping the emergence of something anew, the raves of Fast Forward fronts a boldly paced and rashly melodic, no-tomorrow epos of Nordic techno, hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark. Fast is the current, cuing early trance and northern nineties techno, although leaving nostalgia far behind. Joining


Sugar is a Copenhagen-based producer, DJ and co-founder of Fast Forward—the raves and collective of Copenhagen coming to shape this new, rashly melodic and fast-moving, no-tomorrow epos of Nordic techno. Sugar debuts on the Copenhagen Euromantic imprint in 2018.

Ida Engelhardt

By way of intensive rave saturation and fast-as-fuck deejaying, Ida Engelhardt has emerged in the last year on the Copenhagen underground techno scene. Of demonic energy and angelic heart, Ida emits cathartic melodies and relentless kicks in seamless dynamics. Ida Engelhardt performs at Norbergfestival

DJ Ibon

Ibon is a Norwegian producer and DJ based in Copenhagen, there especially known for his hard-hitting, euphoric and unpretentious closing sets. A member of both the BunkerBauer and Fast Forward crews, Ibon also joined the Ectotherm family in 2017 with his debut


NAKED are Agnes Gryczkowska and Alexander Johnston, a London-based duo engaging with extreme forms of electronic music, capturing the affects of BDSM in successfully fuses of hyper-contemporary sounds of experimental electronics with highly relational and bodily performances. Their recent EP – Total

Gábor Lázár

Gábor Lázár’s minimal compositions has proven him one of our time’s finest synthesists. On his third solo album, 2018’s Unfold, Lázár shows his hand—with blistering futurist electro and UK stepped beats. Rave was within all along…

Scape ft. PETER

In the ever-sound-inducing environment of participatory sound installation Scape by Christian Reiter Seibæk, a performance will emerge. In a durational performative and ethically demanding choreography of the self, Reiter Seibæk is engaged in conduction by PETER. In a radical unproductising of expanded

Lea Martini

Tanzplage, or Dancing Plague, is initiated by Berlin based choreographer, dancer and dance facilitator Lea Martini. She has always been interested in physical intensities and is the co-founder of collaborations such as the performance collective White Horse and Deter/Müller/Martini. Dancing Plague had

An Gella

Danish composer and experimental producer An Gella oscillates intensely between the moody and ecstatic. 2017’s debut album Perma is like an abstract and intricate weave of ancient, present and future love stories.


As part of legendary Berlin outfit MMM (with Fiedel) and in his solo works, Errorsmith creates simply unique experimental club music. 2017’s long awaited album Superlative Fatigue hit every yearly list worth mentioning. Primarily, seeing him live is simply the most fun


Through expressive performances involving body paint and curious stage outfits, AJA is set on tearing down norms and boundaries in a collision of sound art, noise and rhythmic brutality, complete with DIY gear and screeching vocals. With a cherry on top.


As part of NON Worldwide, a collective of African artists and of the diaspora, Nkisi pushes against conformity, combining relentless rhythms in an exhilarating artistry. Nkisi live is a fast-paced exercise of stripped down, dark drum works.