Nov 212018
Feb 21, 2019 | Thu | 19年02月21日
8:00 PM | 20時00分

Doneda / Myhr

Michel Doneda – soprano saxophone
Adrian Myhr – double bass

Doneda/Myhr is a duo consisting of Michel Doneda on soprano saxophone and Adrian Myhr on double bass. They play acoustic free improvised music and have played together for many years. They have earlier toured Norway, Denmark, France, Czech, Slovakia, Austria and Switzerland as a duo and as a trio with the Norwegian drummer Tore Sandbakken, and also as a quartet with the video artist Xavier Querel. The winter 2016 they did their first concerts as a duo. In this duo they want to explore the sound possibilities of their instruments. The soprano saxophone and the double bass has a wide range to play with, from bright shirll tones to dark drones. They use alternative playing techniques and preparations to get music rich on textures. Michel Doneda is from France and has been active on the european improvisation scene in many decades. He has earlier worked with musicians like Le Quan Ninh, John Zorn, Fred Frith, etc. Adrian Fiskum Myhr is a bassist from Oslo and active in bands like Oker, Kim Myhr You|Me and Bansal Band.

WZ feat. Kinga Toth

Ein vierdimensionaler Brückenkollapps in den Gefilden performative Literatur, Grindcore, Power-Violence und Ekelektronik. MassMassageMassacre.

Nov 072018
Feb 07, 2019 | Thu | 19年02月07日
8:00 PM | 20時00分


“Annabelle Playe deploys a very expressive music with a great dynamic playing with skill of contrasts and not hesitating to put the listener in a space in tension, but which is never an inextricable space. On the contrary, she offers us a sound world in constant mutation.” François Bonnet, Director of INA-GRM and Presences Electroniques Festival (Paris)
“Annabelle Playe plays a lot with the saturation of the sound which inevitably involves the viewer in her performance (as if she was trying to push the limits of our hearing) and at the same time there were very hypnotic, meditative moments (as if she sought to provoke an experience of experience through sound.)” Nina Jeay, Babel production, Crak Festival (Paris)

Lukas Moritz Wegscheider

With my tape loop performances i want to focus on atmosphere, collective mood, melancholy and the hauntological phenomenon.
The endless repetitions, sharpen the acoustic perception and allow the discovery of new sound events.
This image gets distorted and blurred until the focus is placed on the distortion and the blur itself.
Influences of Minimal Music and Ambient, combined with the atmosphere of the hauntology theory and lo-fi aesthetics.