By ways of custom electronics, throat singing and other ritual acoustics, the esoteric duo Shaddah Tuum explores the cognitive functions of mysticism in dark ecological rites of deep sonics and bodily direction.
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
Hard and fast, Colombian-Spanish born Astrid Gnosis scavenges the more esoteric sides of contemporary Eurasian counterculture in transfiguring performances, music and visual arts—intensely characteristic, and as subversive as captivating. Website
In solo works and as part of the Holly Herndon Ensemble, Lyra Pramuk fuses classical vocalism, pop sensibilities, performance practices and contemporary club culture in what can best be described as futurist folk music. Prior to her debut on the Planet Mu
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…
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
Scape is an ongoing investigation of the essence and mutuality of sound and movement, initiated by Copenhagen-based artist Christian Reiter Seibæk. As a participatory spatial installation, Scape produces sound according to the movements of its temporary inhabitant. Entering this space, the distinctiveness
In the antique drama, the choir was a group of voices mediating a story which wasn’t theirs. Today, the voice of one’s own is not only a question of getting access to a public discussion, but also a neo-liberal construction of a
Cellist and electronic composer Lucy Railton’s acclaimed 2018 solo debut Paradise 94 marks a new chapter in her long-term engagement with contemporary music. Beyond a prolific collaborator and avid contemporary music curator, Lucy Railton’s voice is grounded in more than 25 years
The collaboration between Mats Erlandsson (SE) and Yair Elazar Glotman (IL) draws on their respective backgrounds as classical instrumentalists and electronic composers, to create an imaginary and dislocated “folk” music for current dark ages. Following 2017’s album Negative Chambers, the pair reconvened
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
When: July 23-26 Tanzplage Norberg invites 15 festival visitors as participants to explore psychophysiological boundaries in the Mimer mine on July 23-26, during four days prior to the festival. The workshop is an experiment on the capacities of human bodies, dancer or
Is movement a pandemic infection? Surrendering to the disease, Tanzplage Norberg invites to a collective mania. Pushing boundaries between individual selves, group belongings and no-selves, this is an excavation of the movement itself, and what it means to let it take over.
For Tanzplage Norberg, DJ and producer KABLAM (aka Kajsa Blom) joins the movement with sounds. KABLAM experiments with the radical possibilities of music, of what a club environment is or can be and what a dance floor looks and feels like. Mixing
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.
In free movement, Xenia Xamanek (aka Equis) effortlessly explores deconstructed club music, harsh noise and immersive ambient, intriguingly constrained yet expansive.
The recent debut album Human Lines by violinist-become-contemporary minimalist Astrid Sonne showcases a strand of naïve yet fostered electroacoustic compositions, emotive yet distinct.
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
Stockholm based duo Gijensu are part of the ongoing resurgence of harder dance music. By taking cues from hardcore techno as well as blissful trance and blending it with a contemporary dance floor approach, they forge a result that is as pummelling
In the current wave of techno infused with synth and body music, Russian grown Inga Mauer stands out with relentless energy, ever forward motion and pristine selection. Gear up!
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.
What is N.M.O.? It is a military space music and/or Fluxus techno duo, an ever-changing acronym incorporating club music, performance, military drumming, fitness and absurdity. It’s also one of the best performing acts in electronic music we know of.
Do you like rave? Do you like computers? Then you’ll love Calum Gunn, a phenomenal live music coder and boss of the cracking Conditional Records!
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.
Challenging dance floors with her abrasive sonics, Ziúr somehow keeps her poise while completely breaking the confines of club music in free experimentation.