Wavefront-Modular Synthesizer Compositions &Live Performances I

  • Performance
26. January 2023, 20:00

Experimental Electronic Music, Ambient, Techno, Noise, Synthesizer Music.

26. January 2023, 20:00
Admission Free, Doors 7pm
another edition occurs on Saturday 28. January
Veteranenstrasse 21
10119 Berlin

JANUARY 26th and 28th
Wavefront combines various approaches across musical genres, ranging from industrial soundscapes and otherworldly atmospheres to distorted and thriving beats of playful as well as harsh dance music.

Dystopian and raw noises negotiate the sonic space with melodic and meditativesoundscapes, while field recordings and external instruments connect us to everydaylistening experiences.

Conceptual approaches push the limits beyond human listening.Wavefronttunes our ears beyond everyday sounds to other worlds of frequencies, offeringa broad palette of aesthetics.

With the final public event of the course Introduction to Modular Synthesis and Circuitry Building at Berlin School of Sound we dive into a sea built by electronic waves of the various electronic ecosystems of the performers. Connecting fields of electronic music and sound art, in this course participants investigate and further developed their electronic performance set-ups and sound aesthetics as composers.

Participants: Binu Bhaskar / Carlos Yarza & Matthias Sars / Angelos Tassopoulos / IdaBux / ortansia rhastoni / LUNAΔRAVE / The Dark Wasp & plasmatron / AleksandrGoshukov / Krista Bourgeois / Din Daa Daa & Nikulás Barkarson / Nora Freier / HåkanJonsson

Thursday 26th:

Aleksandr Goshukov


Håkan Jonsson 
Din Daa Daa & Nikulás Barkarson 
The Dark Wasp & plasmatron 
ortansia rhastoni / visuals by cyber qualia

Saturday 28th:

Angelos Tassopoulos

Nora Freier 
Carlos Yarza & Matthias Sars 
Ida Bux 
Krista Bourgeois

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