22 — 24.09 2023

Archives: Artists


Riot199 (Tiberiu Szalma) is a dynamic and multifaceted 28-year-old musician whose lifelong journey through the world of music began at the tender age of seven. With a boundless passion for sound, Tiberiu embarked on an extraordinary odyssey that has shaped him into the artist we know today. Beyond his captivating DJ performances, Riot199 is also a prolific producer, crafting captivating soundscapes and sonic tapestries that transcend boundaries and genres.


Iron Lang is a sound artist based in Rome, ahead of his forthcoming record on Veyl he will present his debut live show, noisy atmospheric soundscapes, digital sonic explorations, a dialogue between ritualistic and somber  tones and his command of synthesizers/computers.


Hailing from Belgrade, Filip Xavi is a key figure in the local contemporary techno scene. With a career spanning over two decades, as both a DJ and a dedicated promoter of techno culture in Serbia. Drugstore resident since 2013, he has not only played but also curated more than 100 events, significantly influencing and reshaping the club scene in his hometown. He released music on: Dynamic Reflection, Subsist, Sonntag Morgen, Decoder Recordings, Panel Traxx, Diffuse Reality, Art21, Schimmer, Semantica, Mord, Rudiment, Newrhythmic and Mindtrip.


Cardinal & Nun is Marseille-based artist Loic Bodjolle. A member of the renowned New York imprint L.I.E.S. Records, he is known for his raw and intense sound and highly energetic performance on stage. Very tortured, cold and disturbing. A cathartic experience that promises to explore the dark side of electronic music without reserve.


Those familiar with Oliver Ho’s fearsome and often brutal futurist early EPs on Blueprint and his more recent avant techno/house Raudive material will be aware of his ability to inject a dark narrative into functional electronics. With Broken English Club, he delivers monotone vocals and shards of live instrumentation over stuttering beats and bleak synths. The blank-stared, pin-point-focused electronics and layers of noise betray no/wave and post punk influences, dragging together industrial experimentation and pitch-black techno.

PHASING WAVES (Live): Ricky Van Broekhoven & Albert Van Abbe

The collaborative endeavor of Ricky Van Broekhoven and Albert Van Abbe promises a live performance that transcends the ordinary. Phasing Waves is a hybrid A/V instrument and installation piece based on an elemental physics experiment, that generates changing patterns via a flexible fiber strand which is affixed on either end, thus aligning in sync with the sound, and illuminated by successions of strobing light. 


Years of Denial’s live performance is a dark and emotive sonic voyage. Their music resonates with raw emotions and introspective themes, creating a cathartic experience that leaves an indelible mark. The pair revisit the dark corners of post-punk, goth, new beat, EBM, industrial, and rave culture. Prepare for a journey through haunting soundscapes and evocative narratives. 


SØS Gunver Ryberg’s live presentation is a sonic exploration of the avant-garde. Her experimental approach weaves together abstract elements and immersive sound design. Brace yourself for a performance that challenges auditory norms and ventures into uncharted sonic territories.


The atmospheric journey offered by Shifted is nothing short of captivating. With an uncanny ability to manipulate tension and release, his performance oscillates between the ethereal and the intense. Expect a sonic odyssey that navigates the intricacies of ambient soundscapes and pulsating rhythms.


Mieko Suzuki’s live performance beckons listeners into a realm of electronic intimacy. Her compositions, crafted in real-time, create an atmosphere that is at once intimate and expansive. Prepare to be enveloped in a tapestry of evolving textures and emotive melodies.