23.6 MINUTES TO GO
is an event shifting towards simplexity and complicity. words, sounds, rhythm, environment:interaction
MARI MATSUTOYA & ANNIE GOH
MORPHOLEXICAL PING PONG is an experimental sound performance, an improvisational dialogue of acoustic misunderstandings and phonetic morphologies using self-made sensor instruments, live voice and Supercollider.
A musician born in Berlin and a protagonist of the Berliner Schule that emerged in clubs like the Zodiac, Sun and Magic Cave. Mr. Schickert released two albums on Brain and Sky in the 1975 and 1980, “Samtvogel” and “Überfällig”. The albums featured a psychedelic sound with a cosmic touch. The pieces were lengthy with complex layers of rhythmic-harmonic sequences, expansive echoes and reverberation -extrapolated improvisations.
A great trip!
uses various instruments including voice, keyboard and percussion to create saturated washes of tone, floating and disintegrating entropic loops, while also using deliberately broken continuity as a playful, live conceptual gesture. The project is focused on repetition as a means of creating abstraction, improvising with organic variations of a theme, yet embracing the artificial to facilitate a psychedelic mindshift. The music references a palette of sources from Musique Concrete and Psychedelia, through to the early Chicago House mix tapes, creating a unique compelling sound. He releases on PAN and CockTail d’Amore.
is the solo project of Berlin artist Ghazi Barakat – A project of a mutoid post krautrock, psychedelism ambiant, and anxious landscapes. Heat wave, half coma, and clammy matress. Dusty landscape on the Terminal beach, the Fata morgana become oil wells on fire.
Listen to his album “Electric Cremation” on the Nicholas Moulin’s Grautag Records’ website: