Friday 17 August 2018, 7.30pm
In continuation from her previous summer show at OTO, London's PAN-affiliate, producer, writer and DJ, Flora Yin-Wong curates an evening showcasing contemporary electronic artists from different cities, working across everything from dissonant noise, fragmented jungle, and hyper-EBM, to field recordings. The night will see live sets from Giant Swan's Mun Sing, Nokuit of the elusive cassette label NKT/wannamarchi.club, and Berlin-based, UK-raised producer, Ausschuss.
One half of the Giant Swan project, Bristol-based Mun Sing’s solo endeavour experiments with ideas of inclusivity and positivity, influenced by the mainstream by injecting pop’s marketing methods into the more serious, austere club world. His uncompromising ingenuity of sonic weaponry explores fragmented cyber grime, neo-EBM, radioactive trap, and amplified dissonant noise. Mun Sing is Harry Wright’s tool to challenge the conventions and aesthetics of modern day club culture. Dance routines, obnoxious visuals and brash costumes feature in the live show, where he uses these elements as a means to highlight inclusivity, movement and fun.
Young Berlin-based, UK-raised producer Ausschuss works with dark, industrial-influenced sounds through abrasive textures and sound design. Having remixed the likes of Scintii, Soda Plains and Acre and featured on the Co-Op compilation from Ziur, alongside M.E.S.H., Umfang, GIL so far, his debut record will be out end of the year. His often foreboding and overtly tense productions such as ‘Mantle’ and ‘Regolith’ fluctuate between abstracted dystopian, mechanical movements, whilst his Berlin Community Radio residency and mixes for the likes of Primitive, Disc Magazine and Astral Plane showcase his more techno-influenced tastes.
Founder of the cassette label NKT and co-founder of experimental music & contemporary arts project wannamarchi.club, London-based Nokuit is a producer, sound artist and film composer. Following previous releases ‘Analysis Paralysis’ and ‘Reality Disappears After Waking’ which explored paranoia and inner conflicts, his latest album ‘Patterns of Instability’ digs further into themes of dissociation and alienation, as well as collective and political implications. His work mines the space between dissonance and harmony through a murky, melancholic blend of field recordings, visceral sound design textures and deep rooted melodic layers.