One of our favorite festivals is taking place again this October – here’s what you can expect!
It is no doubt Creepy Teepee stands out amongst all those huge, essentially commercial European summer festivals. This year’s edition was no exception, bringing delicate moments of pure happiness mixed with weirdness to everyone who was there. Read our report, accompanied by snaps capturing its raw energy by photographer Vaclav Mach.
A festival whose lineup consists mostly of people of color and/or queer folks (OR queers of color) in the traditional, conservative Austrian capital? Yes, please!
3D sounds, virtual reality, performances and robotics: Digital Arts Festival MIRA again introduced us to the world of electronic music and technologies. Here’s our review!
CTM manages to be one of the most exciting events of the European music scene, and this year’s edition was no exception. Don’t cry you didn’t get the chance to be there and read our review instead. Or perhaps, cry a little, and already start saving money for tickets for next year.
This year’s 3hd festival searched for answers to some very poignant and challenging questions. Did you miss it? Don’t worry, here’s our report!
Self-recycling and white dude scene. Hey, Atonal, it’s 2017, haven’t you heard of diversity yet?
Yo! Sissy: a festival blurring the lines between audience and performer, the personal and political, art and gender. Here is a review of all that happened at this year’s juiciest international queer festival, including an exclusive photo report by Dánae Cuesta.
Come mid-August, drop those beachy vibes with sun reflecting in your eyes and descend into the world of darkness and noise set in a vast block of concrete. Let Berlin Atonal swallow your heart and soul because what awaits behind the gates is well worth the price.
What does it mean to be (post)-human, living through the complexities of today’s world? Stretching over a long, exceptionally stormy weekend, Amsterdam’s festival Sonic Acts took us on a turbulent existential journey through the facets of art, technology, science and music forms.
The shadow world of clowns and faded glory of acrobats and exotic animals transferred into the 21st century scene of electronic arts. This year’s Transient Festival came into its finale as a dark circus of contemporary music producers and digital artists.
Czech audiovisual festival Lunchmeat will be brought to a close on Oct. 14 at a former Electricity concern in Prague, Holešovice. We’re bringing you a playlist with a selection of our favorite artists from this year’s line up!