Hassan Khan Egypte
Tabla Dubb is an attempt at fashioning public media using the basic elements of popular musical culture. Khan Connects the music to a library of video images that arise out of an engagement with the city and its sociography.

2/5 BZ (Serhat Köksal) Turky
2/5 BZ was founded in Istanbul in 1986 by Serhat Köksal. He produces films, videos, audio-tapes, photocopyzines, stickers, CD-ROM’s, posters and makes live shows. In his performances he uses samplers and electronics as well as traditional (acoustic) instruments like saz, darbouka, drums, vocals and spoken word. Seventies Turkish cinema, music, literature, and experimental electronic music influence his style. 2/5 BZ toured through Europe with “no turis-tic no egocentric electro folk cut” and composed music for international experimental films from Germany, Iran and Switzerland.

Electronic Universe Netherlands/Canada/Sweden/Germany
A journey through the electronic universe, including Canada's Solvent and Lowfish, Sweden's Monkeyshop and Dutch Orgue Electronique, Legowelt and Kassen. It's a single performance featuring all artists connected to one sound mixer, DJ'ed and conducted by 'Master of the Electronic Universe' - TLR (NL). Accompanied by multiple video screens and spectacular lights and visuals. Followed by a late set from Belgium's infamous DJ Rafael to round out the journey. You can not afford to miss this once-only collaborative event. Visuals by Meso and Driesens/Verstappen’s 'SonicScope' software.
TLR: www.globaldarkness.com
Legowelt: www.xs4all.nl/~awolfe
Legowelt: www.lobo.cx

Pfadfinderei / Smash TV / Ellen Allien Germany
Three acts from the groundbreaking Bpitchcontrol label from Berlin. Pfadfinderei's visual style is abstract and graphic and contains references to language and architecture - the visual counterpart of SmashTV's and Ellen Allien's (label owner) hypnotic sequences and strange slow beats.
"SmashTV's music is a tight variety of electro - electech. It bears the sign of the new millennium, transformed into 8-bit pixel optics, and hints to their B-Boy roots. While listening you move between digital abstract sounds, vocoder sounds and oldschool references as electrified as the interface." (www.echolocation.fm)


Lijnbaansgracht 234a
Amsterdam, Nederland




  • Goedie


    20 May 2003

    Zeker een aanrader, heel misschien ga ik zelf nog een kijkje nemen.

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