The Nottingham UK artist's unrelating positive-noise assault gives audiences an uplifting, cathartic experience. An expression growing from a place of anger that has evolved a focus on inclusivity drawing on broad techno tradition.
A detour from lead member Emilio Haro's years of studio based composition for film and media, condensing his best ideas into the creation of a live project based on an instrument he invented, the kalimbafón.
Collecting music longer than most of our lives, Netherlands’ sweetheart, rule-bending,
trademark 3-turntable setup, DJ Marcelle makes compositions out of songs and symphonies out of mixes – colliding disparate genres, appropriated vocal snippets and warped soundscapes into a giant Frankenstein-like melting pot.
Wieselman has performed with superlative greats (including the Lounge Lizards, Lou Reed, Yoko Ono, CocoRosie) and contributed significantly to the NYC Downtown scene. His solo outing presents melodies heard by water which endured over multiple visits
Sound designer, live performer; in 2016 she accomplished an advanced training in sound design in Berlin. In summer 2014 she gave birth to her solo project Eva Geist. A cinematic musical journey around rarefed melodies, arpeggiators, soft beats and space disco.
múm founder member left the pop limelight to return to her classical roots graduating and embarking on a worldwide journey of discovery and collaboration leading to a sublime grip of sensual heavenly music.
Feminist interpretations of traditional folk forms ranging from the familiar to the strikingly fresh. Traditional and psychedelic through dexterous improvisation and deep appreciation of the living culture of their songs.
A Berlin-residing Icelander, Hekla’s sparse, delicate, fractal music exists within these two worlds: dark and magical as Iceland’s permanight folklore; and (though beatless) as deeply sonic and intense as Berlin’s electronic scene.
Regular appearances on records by artists across the Montreal experimental scene, Sharp's new solo project connects a DIDI controller to his heart which increases the tempo in time with the urgency of his and Basanta's expression.
Psychedelic improvisations, a catharsis of sorts, an exploration allowing the chance to get lost and share in Baird's world. Much respect gained from world tours, collaborations and history with Spires That In The Sunset Rise.
NYC’s rare and inimitable talent, co-founder of Cibo Matto and a collaborative partner of Gorillaz, The Beastie Boys, John Zorn shapeshifts mercurially around grooving basslines, subtle electronica, leftfield sound explorations and playful experimental pop.
Broad exploration of experimental music with an appetite for new age and lo-fi currents. His ambient music, imbued with lightness and bucolism, transports us into idyllic and harmonious environments conducive to a certain introspection.
Once in a lifetime friendship formed in upstate NY, a sound honed in basements and quickly gaining a reputation for brazen, feverish live shows. Incorporating gorgeous three part harmonies into chaotic, experimental grooves.
Seth is co-founder of the label Orange Milk, and performs a "digital blob on classical music" - a de-constructive digital approach to pulling the bits and pieces of classical composition to pieces with amazing finesse across the soundstage. Triggers engaged projections concurrently, live.
A slew of imaginative full-lengths since 2010 on labels such as Lullabies for Insomniacs, EM Records, RVNG Intl within a space he occupies alone, unique in both it's playfulness rooted in spirituality and a connection to his environment.
Los Angeles-based composer Tashi Wada presents his new group featuring Julia Holter and percussionist Corey Fogel performing music from Wada's new album “Nue” out in 2018 via RVNG Intl's FRKWYS series.
Unhurried in their approach, ecological and preferring considered landscape to artlessly epic, their time since forming the band as teenagers has lead them to achieve a longstanding position as one of British 'post-rock's' founding fathers and global touring schedules.
Themes drawn from deep influence of ancient Shinto mythology and Japanese “Matsuri” festivals to honour local gods, “Kami-sama”. Hypnotic and shamanic live performances are an intense time warp that re-connect our animalistic roots with future urban neon colours.