Women in Experimental Festival – III Edition
Watch the full event below!
00:00:00 Jude Cowan Montague
01:04:20 Leonie Roessler
01:31:02 Franziska Lantz
03:30:58 Anna Stereopoulou
04:06:48 Burning Woman
04:27:26 Jacq Noise
04:39:53 Eden Grey
05:07:15 Phantom Chips
05:26:18 Marlo Eggplant
00:42:52 Minima Inmoralia (DJ) + Xarlene (VJ)
IKLECTIK [off-site] and Musica Dispersa present,
Women in Experimental Festival
Saturday 6th March 2021 | from 4pm (GMT)
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Musica Dispersa and IKLECTIK are back for another exciting edition of Women in Experimental Festival. This time we are throwing +8 hours non-stop music with an amazing selection of international artists in the fields of noise, techno, improv + Dj sets.
NFNR is an artistic name of Olesia Onykiienko – Ukrainian musician, theatrical and film composer, curator of experimental platform for women and non-binary people in Ukraine `Womens Sound` and `v:uncase` residency. Started as choir conductor she transformed choral music practices into electronic composition in different genres, combining multi-layered polyphonic textures of modular vst with field recordings. Primarily she enjoys performing live and working with space. NFNR is a permanent participant of festivals in Ukraine and abroad, one of them – Ars Electronica`s event STWST48x4Sleep (Linz, AU 2018). 2020 she released a sound-scape, music-concrete album together with Anna Khvyl `Bubny Voices`, has releases on Corridor Audio label – upcoming one in 2021 is album `Cards against humanity`
ANNA STEREOPOULOU | composer . pianist . researcher
Anna Stereopoulou specialises in the field of Music Composition for Film & TV (current collaborations with film directors Maria Douza, Dionyssia Kopana, Pavlos Tsiantos), whilst since 2017 she is introducing a special form of live presentations, described as Cymatic Environment© and launched through her latest project, titled SYN, inspired by her Art & Science research. Her PLANO AV ArtWork (part of SYN) won the Best Music Video award at NEZ International Film Festival 2019 (Kolkata, India) and got Nominated for the Classical:NEXT Innovation Award 2020. She has composed music for Theatre, Dance, Film (Best Original Score award for A PLACE CALLED HOME feature film; dir. Maria Douza | CYIFF 2014) and has presented her art worldwide, notably at Megaron Athens Concert Hall, Piano City Milano, Los Conciertos de Radio 3 (RNE/RTVE), Concerts on the 3rd (ERT), Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos monument, Ohrenhoch der Geräuschladen and more. She has worked as an Advisor /Programmer in Music & Film Festivals (Italy, France) and has developed her work through a wide range of collaborations, through her activity in the field of Culture, Education, Journalism and Tourism, Under the Aegis of Greek and International Associations/Organisations, and as a member of Female:Pressure and other networks. Her (6) solo music albums are available to listen and study at LILIAN VOUDOURI Music Library of Greece and JERWOOD LIBRARY of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance (London, UK).
A STEREOSCOPIC perspective of Music & Art©
Amas are brave women who plunge into the dark depths of consciousness to bring us pearls of wisdom. An experimental post-industrial duo, formed by Ivana Ray Singh and Maria Gatasanta, key figures of the Barcelonese underground scene and the founders of labels such as A Love Supreme, Màgia Roja and Shaddock among others. Their music is channeled by rhythm, sometimes minimal and lysergic, other crushing and hypnotic, guided by a voice that invokes and banishes at will. For this time Amas will show their first video-clip ‘The way was not lit’ as official online launch.
Carla Genchi – is a singer and composer who studied in Italy, Germany, France and Netherlands. Distinguished in several musical concourses in Italy both as solo and as chamber musician, she performs as classical singer and as a contemporary singer and improviser.
JUDE COWAN MONTAGUE
Plays Hammond organ and sings. Started out with choir and saluang music of Sumatra Barat. Now one half of Montague Armstrong writing often bouncy free-folk influenced tunes that also could go crazy down the pub. Impressed by Italian giallo experimentation of the 1950s, 60s, 70s and the instruments of that period with their capacitors and resistors and amplifiers rather than the expanding universe of digital multi-options. She’s interested in tune, lyricism, community beats, riffs and experimenting with emotion in melody. a poet and draws expressive cartoon art and prints.
Her music is mostly available on the labels Linear Obsessional and Wormhole World and she promotes womxn composers through her support for the forum Women Composers’ Collective .
ANAKHEMIA is the artist persona of Afra Khan who is a music producer, live
controllerist, lyricist, video artist and DJ. With deep-rooted interests in inter-planetary exploration, wireless technology and abstract sound frequencies, her music can be expected to flow through a canvas of sonic textures that are anti, raw, evocative, cinematic and avant-garde under the banner of mind-body electronic music.
Growing up between places, with a majority of her formative years spent in Saudi Arabia, she finds the notions of conformity, belonging and identity very illusionary and dangerous ideas that reflect in the versatile sound of her performances. Having self-released her debut track, ‘The Prophecy’ in November 2015, she has received support from press and veterans in the electronic dance music industry such at the Techno Originator – Juan Atkins, André Winter, Discwoman and others, while the music video for ‘The Prophecy’ was selected for display at ‘Techno & the City’ art exhibition hosted by Techno & Philosophy and Fiumano Art Gallery in London in November 2016, where it shared space with pioneering Techno visual artists who’ve worked with music legendaries like Underground Resistance, Jeff Mills and many more.
She was also curated under the VISIBILITY banner in 2019 at the premier electronic music exhibition – Expo Electro – hosted at the Philharmonie de Paris, where she was represented alongside visual works of legendary electronic musicians like Daft Punk and Kraftwerk. She continues to be inspired by the position of technology in music and pop-culture, while remaining curious about the influence of electronic music on human behaviour.
b.i.d.s aka Bidisha is an experimental artist from India. She often paints a soundscape with a mix of mechanical and organic sounds. She plays with self made electronic instruments, while taking the listener along the journey to an imaginary sonic space and time.
Being born and raised in an industrial region of Ukraine, Burning Woman was exposed to the gloomy atmosphere of large-scale manufacturing plants and the noisy environment of ever-growing construction sites since early childhood. At some point, she learned to love the decadent sight, and especially the sound of her hometown, developing a taste for avant-garde music, experimental electronics, noise, dark ambient, drone, and techno. Today, as a Kyiv-based DJ and musician, Burning Woman draws inspiration from various sources and constantly develops her own sound.
Electronic musician and pianist Chelsea Bruno has been composing and releasing music under the artist alias Eden Grey for several years. She is a composer with many influences, thus her music is a mixture of multiple electronic genres. She also established the CV FREQS modular meet / concert events in London, which she now continues as an informal podcast and continue to grow the CV FREQS.
Well know as a great artist in the world of modular systems.
artist and musician Franziska Lantz makes analog, experimental techno loaded with heavy distortion, raw emotion, thundering beats, stormy baselines, contorted singing and trippy atmospheres, turn up the volume, embrace the storm! She runs Global Warming Records, her latest release, forming tropical cyclone, is a heavy double album of deep raver techno.
Since 2008 she has been producing DriftShift, a weekly radio show on Londons ResonanceFM, from where she is regularly broadcasting her electronic music experiments into space.
Name of track: Dispersive Light
Based in Berlin,
In her compositions, JacqNoise is looking for the spot where rhythms cross each other’s paths. She is deconstructing sounds in order to understand the symphony and the themes that are reflected in it. Lately she is observing rhythmic sounds in nature. Trees, brids, and wind are present in one noisy cloud, and in our mind somehow synchronized without being sync on a beat pattern.
Her setup is based on Eurorack modules, this time recorded in the studio of Krach Der Roboter. A playground of new modules to experiment with, with a jewel for her the noisy Krach circuit-bendend Casio keyboard.
Lets see what she creates this livestream by the acoustic, electronic, handmade synth collection from manufacturers all over the world.
Born in Baltimore, MD, USA, Marlo De Lara is a sound performance artist and experimental filmmaker. After completing a PhD in Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds, her research continues to address subjects relating to feminism, the postcolonial, representation of marginalized populations, and creative work as political action. http://marlodelara.info/
“Las piezas son identicas pero nunca se repiten,se hacen notas y se vuelve a los errores. Pensamientos en conflicto una y otra vez. Creando una atmosfera de aceptacion y rechazo JIDO deja al espectador dando vueltas en circulos.”
Techno live / musica concreta solo-project by JiDo from Rosario (Arg)
Kamala is Andrea Ariza, a multidisciplinary Asturian artist living in Madrid. From a very young age she dedicated her life to the techno scene. In 2010 she began promoting electronic events with ASA People Collective. In 2014 she traveled to London and made her debut as a DJ at the Legion parties. Since 2012 she begins to make forays into production, but it is not until 2018, already living in Madrid, where she shapes her own, emotional and hypnotic sound, which interests the Música Dispersa collective and places her in the Woman in Experimental festival. In 2019 Kamala produces the music for a show where she herself acts as a performer, and opens up to new spaces and events such as Hybrid Art Fair, Casa Antillón or Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Madrid. In addition, the artist often collaborates with Aissa Santiso with the Rhizome project, where, through sound, color and movement, they make spatial and audiovisual sculptures. She has played in events organized by groups such as Techno Messengers, Ranchito Records and Mosul Mosul and in spaces such as Trece Monos, La Ingobernable or Vaciador, gradually expanding the spectrum of music in her repertoire, which is usually focused on dance music and in club culture.
Composer and Performer raised in Germany and the US, now based in The Hague, Netherlands. Leonie captures her environment through field recordings, which she uses for radio pieces, sound installations, and compositions for soloists and ensembles. She had recent residencies at New Media Society and Limited Access Festival (Iran), Forum Wallis (Switzerland), and The Story of Space Festival (India), and Berlin Circus Biennale (Germany), and Altes Finanzamt (Germany). She is a core artist at LOOS in The Hague and her works have been released through Musica Dispersa (Spain/UK), and Noise á Noise (Iran,) and have been physically archived in the British Library.
Minima Immoralia is Ruth’s new project, based in Barcelona she dedicated more than fifteen years as music journalist (Europe Press, Popular 1, DJ 1, Ruta 66, Dj Mag, Caninomag and Mots) then she decided to jump into cabins.
Minima Immoralia is born from the need to raise electronic music beyond the dance floor, inquiring and exploring sounds close to the IDM, the cosmic, the industrial and the electro, putting the focus on soundtracks to create atmospheres through music.
N3t4 A.K.A Yannet Vilela is a Peruvian new media artist VJ/DJ
currently working on experimental video art,
AV, immersive installations, new digital experiences, video mapping, AR, 3D art, sound experiments in VCV rack, design for VR environments & videogames. At present she runs “Escape 010101” online events that reunite visual artists and musicians from around the world in VR environments created by her, a new way to promote music and visual arts in this times. N3t4 is also member of “bqestia soundystem” crew that make parties and audiovisual events in Peru with homemade soundsytem specially focused in bass music”
PURPURA is an essential sonic presence by the telluric strength of her sets that blast furiously deep in the red with a joy and sense of NOISE formidably assumed and mastered. Cave12
PURPURA is a solo sonic project of the visual and sound artist Andrea Nucamendi Siliceo born in Chiapas, México based in the Jura Mountains between Switzerland and France.
Active since 2013 she has performed in festivals like OOO in Tokyo JP, at LUFF in Lausanne CH, at the 100 years anniversary of Dadaism at Club Voltaire in Zürich, Música Dispersa London, at the Dao Xuan Festival in Vietnam, Tectonics Festival Tel Aviv, among many others.
She supports collectivity, inclusivity and anarchy.
She approaches abstract electronic music with prepared improvisations of harsh soundscapes, using analogue electronic instruments, homemade oscillators, feedback loops, with extreme sensitivity to the space/time transmitted in SONIC CHAOS, looking for what she calls „opening portals of the underworld“.
She collaborates with the independent theatre company Hemorragie in Geneva, creating the sonic atmosphere for CRAVE of Sarah Kane and Le Prénom À Était Modifié of Perrine Le Querrec, co-acting with Lydia Lunch.
Her most recent releases are on two of the best experimental music labels of our times, Opal Tapes from the UK and in the compilation of Swiss Underground Experimental Music of Buh Records from Peru.
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Based in Dusseldorf she is well know as electronic/experimental DJ and also for live sets and to be part in events around the experimental scene.