MARIBOR ELECTRONIC DESTINATION - MED 2015
Friday, 12. junij 2015
MED 2015, KIBLA PORTAL
Cut Hands (VB) - Live
William Bennett is the man behind the project Cut Hands. The name was borrowed from one of the pieces from his original experimental noise band Whitehouse entitled Cut Hands Has The Solution. Afro Noise I, the first album under that name, was released in 2011, and was later followed, each time with a one-year pause, by Black Mamba, Madwoman and Festival Of The Dead. His music also appears in documentaries like Siberia: Krokodil Tears (2011), Inside Syria (2011), Kings Of Cannabis (2013), Snoop Doggovem Reincarnated (2012) and Julien Temple's Glastonbury (2012). Bennett, whose solo production is greatly inspired by Haitian voodoo, introduces radically different ways of using Central-African percussions, and thus creates a sound that is beyond comparison in terms of physical and emotional intensity.
Mono Scarves (SI) - Live
Klemen Šali, aka Mono Scarves, is a piece in the mosaic of Maribor's noise youth. From initially playing with mass-produced sound synthesizers he lately focuses mostly on manufacturing and testing his own, home-made synthesizers, which share the characteristic of being controlled via light. A shift happened from synths that shine to those that need to be shined upon – from expected, polished effects to the dirty ones that leave less room for control. From noise to even bigger extremes…
Dodecahedragraph (SI) - Live
An experimental electronica project from Hrastnik featuring Neven M. Agalma, otherwise known from noise / drone bands like Ontervjabbit, Cadlag, Sevenborn and Rasturen, HuxDexAA etc. His debut Soterag (2007) was released under the local label Pharmafabrik Recordings, where Agalma continues to release his creations. His sonic explorations are based on a play between various elements of abstract formulas / rhythms / sections and ambiental scapes, offering to the listener a singular contemplative experience.
Kaganovich (SI) - DJ
Kaganovich, whose creations are best described as something between rhythmic electronica and noise, released his EP Steppes of Armenia in 2013 with Mlamol Records, dubbed also the “constantly expanding interesting community”. An additional cassette edition is to be released shortly. While his production is directly linked to the history of particular musical derivations, his DJ set will present a selection of his own pieces, promising a mesh of hard industrial and noise in combination with polyrhythmic patterns.
Jan Schulte aka Wolf Müller (DE) - DJ
DJ and producer Jan Schulte, known also as one half of the Montezumas Rache duo, uses several alter egos at his disposal, among them Bufiman, Diskoking Burnhart McKoolski or Wolf Müller. On this occasion he will be presented under the last one, which stands for a more mysterious, percussion-oriented, yet playfully seductive and kraut rock-inspired derivation of his musical endeavors. Apart from that Schulte is also a resident at the infamous Düsseldorf Salon des Amateurs and the musical host of far out and excessive Düsseldorf Art Academy parties Single Club, a wild combination of art happening and 24-hour party.
- Cut Hands
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