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17.10.2020

Experimental Electronic

PAMELA ANGELA + Areal /w visuals by PM + Ryong

Saturday October 17
Doors at: 19:00
Concert at: 20:00
Price: 120 DKK incl. fee
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Lineup: Pamela Angela kl 20 / Areal kl 21 / Ryong kl 22

PAMELA ANGELA

PAMELA ANGELA is a construction of many perspectives where bliss weighs against the disruption, aggression covered in romanticism. A joint effort between Mia Ghabarou and Àslaug Magnúsóttir drawing from classical music turned into songs sewed together with electronics. Their live performative structures are intrusive and emotional, with recycled versions constantly shuffled and moved further away from the original starting point with changing performers – plural and liquid it always mutates into a new thought. The music becomes influenced by the process. PAMELA ANGELA are working on an album that will be released later this year.

 

Areal /w visuals by PM

Areal (Mathias Bredholt) improvises avant-garde ambient on self-build electronic musical instruments. Complex patterns of tones and rhythms are repeated and mutated through algorithms and generative systems – like a fractal that infinitely repeats and varies itself. Mathias studied music and technology in Montreal and co-founded the Copenhagen-based maker of musical instruments, Torso Electronics.

 

PM is the alter ego of visual artist Matei Petrescu when shifting from paint to pixels. As having worked with almost a different setup every month for the past 5 years, one can never be sure where the inspiration comes from weather it’s from previous outdoor setups explored in places such as Waha Festival, Amural Audio-Visual, Kune events or just from his tango with off venue locations

 

Ryong

Behind the alias Ryong is Isak Steensen Tind. A project that explores: heartbreak / love, Danish / Korean, spirituality / embodiment. Last year, they released their first 2 releases on the label Janushoved: “Ryong” & “Jingshan Solo”. Ryong will present a view on their origin through the eyes of their culture. Isak Tind is also co-founder of the label Usbeorn, Choice City and half of Sinners Support Team. 

Photo: Daniel Hjorth