Enwirement 2 - electro and noise

vrijdag, 17 mei

Enwirement 2 - electro and noise

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enWIREment - the current experience!

AO-3959X.91-15
KRYPTOGEN RUNDFUNK
ROBYUAN KEROBY
WHILE ZENO
HAM3000
FRABLUM


A night of audiovisual immersion into the depths of noise music and abstract video art. Modular synthesizers, homemade semi-mechanical instruments, sophisticated electronics and spaghetti of cables!

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AO-3959X.91-15 (Amsterdam)

With an audacious name that sparks controversy and intrigue, A0-3959X.91-15 is an avant-garde noise music project that challenges the boundaries of sonic exploration. Led by an enigmatic yet prodigious artist, A0-3959X.91-15 draws inspiration from a diverse range of musical influences. Known for his captivating live performances, A0-3959X.91-15 also achieves soundscapes that reflects his penchant for pushing the limits of audience expectations. Unconcerned with conformity, A0-3959X.91-15 embraces the unconventional and uses it to mesmerize and challenge his listeners. While A0-3959X.91-15’s musical style may be categorized as noise, it's sonic experimentation knows no bounds. From dissonant synthetic arpeggios to avant-garde synth textures, his music transcends traditional genre limitations, taking listeners on an intense and captivating sonic journey.


KRYPTOGEN RUNDFUNK (Amstelveen)

Kryptogen Rundfunk works with analogue electronics, radio waves, electromagnetic interference and found sounds, creating sophisticated aural images, often exploring extreme areas of the sonic spectrum. The purpose of these experiments is to temporarily switch off listeners’ rational perception and immerse them into the direct experience of abstract sound.

>>> https://www.kryptogenrundfunk.com
>>> https://kryptogen.bandcamp.com


ROBYUAN KEROBY (Milan)

Coming from Milan, Robyuan Keroby is a master in crafting space trips with his own arsenal of grooveboxes and synths. With his signature style, crafted trough decades of clubbing and raving, Robyuan will bring you from the hight of the sky to the dept of the unknown space, all in a couple bars.

>>> https://www.youtube.com/@RobyUanKeRoby
>>> https://soundcloud.com/robyuankeroby


WHILE ZENO (Utrecht)

While Zeno has an DIY approach to making the sounds we all like to hear. Expect solenoids, contact mics and grinding motors instead of pre-loaded samplers, synths or cassette recorders.
If you ever wanted to know who would win a vacuum cleaner or an electric mattress pump then this is your night to find out.

>>> https://www.youtube.com/@whilezeno

HAM3000 (Elburg)

Radionoise / radiocore, originating from Donetsk, Ukraine and now broadcasting from the Netherlands.

>>> https://nachtscanner.neocities.org

FRABLUM (Amsterdam)

Francesco Stablum aka Frablum has been performing live sets with his modular synthesizer since 2017. Previously he experimented with DAW-based productions on various electronic music genres for about 20 years. His current performance focuses on melodic as well noisy, abrasive techno set with occasional ambient soundscapes. One of the goals is to provide a set with high dynamicity encompassing different moods, colors and energy levels. Francesco has been part of Unknown Electronics since 2018; Unknown Electronics is an ambitious collective focused on organizing electronic music events that feature exclusively live sets. Such events take place in various venues in Amsterdam such as the Vondelbunker and the OT301.

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Starting at 20:00 and until the last electron fades in our circuits. 
Entrance 5 euros, tickets sold at the bar (cash preferred!).

Datum & tijd: 

vrijdag, 17 mei, 2024 - 20:00

Categorie: 

  • film
  • muziek

Prijs: 

  • 3-5 €
Filmhuis Cavia
Van Hallstraat 52-1
1051 HH Amsterdam
Nederland

Wegbeschrijving: 

Go through the gate. Cavia is on the right side of the building, above the gym. Take the stairs.

Filmhuis Cavia is a counterculture cinema, (legally) founded by a squatters movement in 1983, which programs films you aren't likely to see anywhere else.

categories: 

  • film

opening times: 

We're open a couple of days in the week. Look us up to find our monthly program.
Doors always open half an hour before the film starts.