Tag: Music

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Longing for desire

Check out the latest video by Reykjavik-based musician MSEA, created by DVDJ NNS and Claire Paugam, exploring dissociation and disconnection of body and mind.

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Mixtape: Jerome

Brighten up these hot, arid days with an exclusive mixtape by the amazing alt label Jerome.

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Announcement: Iku – Body Horror

Creamcake’s latest release, Iku’s new EP “Body Horror,” will take you on a journey through distorted sonic space. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

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Announcement: Gin&Platonic – The Virgo Season

The Czech platform Gin&Platonic is reaching out beyond the realms of music journalism and DJing to become a record label. Their first release, featuring many international and local artists, is out on the first day of July!

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Report: Hyperreality 2018

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!

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Report: MIRA Digital Arts Festival 2018

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!

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Ecotoxic technostress

Technological dystopic thinking turned into performance art. Watch video recapping BCAA system and Olbram Pavlicek’s collab “Nova X-Process” at PAF Olomouc.

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London’s raging

Sweat, spilled beer, stepped-on shoes, ringing in your ears. Project Bands on Film captures the electrifying energy of London’s alternative music scene.

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A voyage to the edge of dreams

UK-based Quantum Natives release ‘Gentle Nightmare’ – a new record by Yikii tracking the steps of a solitary explorer in the desolate lands of fragmented dreams.

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Dealing with the (invisible) beast

Released on Quantum Natives, London-based Terribilis’ “Interlude Music” is a delicate soundtrack to the never-ending struggle of living with a mental illness.

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