Rave futura and timbral expositions with Lanark Artefax, E-Saggila, Sand Circles and more

 

Presenting a simply singular and electrifying breakbeat music, Lanark Artefax‘s early steps is already marking him out as one of the most exciting young electronic artists in the UK of recent times. To our elevation, his live show holds as much spectacular promise and wit as his music. Another act of first-grade rave explorations, Toronto-based E-Saggila‘s raw live excursions are known to be simply immersive.

  

A Scandinavian DIY music contemporary cult outfit, Martin Herterich’s Sand Circles has been dwelling nearly since 2012’s massively acclaimed Motor City tape. We’re thrilled to see his overdue comeback presented by Masskultur, along with the Norberg debut of Stockholm industrial-noise outfit Händer Som Vårdar. Meanwhile, the Country Music takeover is completed with the addition of Stockholm club musician and composer rip ME, taking the decks in ecstatic confusion.

 

In the deeper ends, Fylkingen explores new form of electroacoustics, in a Synthi 100 drone suite by Lisa Stenberg and a contrabass reed & strings suite DEEP by improv duo CBVB.