PAST EVENTS


22 APRIL 2017 - 17:00 - @ Under Bron

Algorave Stockholm, in collaboration with Under Bron, with generous support from Stockholm Stad, proudly presents an evening with Maria w Horn (SE) and Calum Gunn (UK).

Calum Gunn is a Computer Musician.
Born 1986 in scotland, lives in london, runs conditional, a record label and radio show on resonance extra.
Keywords: Antagonistic synthesis, indeterminism, SuperCollider, rave, apophenia, morphed, gunpla, anxiety, multidimensionality, irritating


Maria w Horn is interested in the manipulation of time and space through sonic extremes, and overload/loss of perceptual stimuli. Her works examines aspects of human perception, how audio and visual stimuli can conspire to transcend everyday life and invoke alternate frames of mind. Her musical output oscillates between extended drone textures and high-density gestural music with intense strobe lights and visual material, often based on analog video equipment.
She is a part of Sthlm Drone Society, an association working to promote slow and gradually evolving timbral music, and has released music on Holodisc, Ambitious tapes and her own label XKatedral.

Fall of O'Dea - Maria w Horn from MariaHorn on Vimeo.




29 MARCH 2017 - 19:00 - @ Audiorama, Slupskjulsvägen 30

Algorave Stockholm, in collaboration with Audiorama, with generous support from Stockholm Stad, proudly presents an evening with Renick Bell (JP) and Sissel Wincent (SE).

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Renick Bell is a computer musician, programmer, and teacher living in Tokyo, Japan. His current research interests are live coding, improvisation, and algorithmic composition using open source software. Born in West Texas but has lived in Tokyo since 2006.

Sissel Wincent is part of the collective Drömfakulteten. Her unique strand of techno offshoot is immensely hypnotic and mesmerising. Highly atuned to the subtlest of details present within her work the listener is rewarded with a profound awareness and deep involvement.

Sissel Wincent - Investigation - PMSW001 from Lois Nygren on Vimeo.