Friday 5 January 2018, 7.30pm

Nzʉmbe + Flora Yin-Wong + Ep/64

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[Prado] squirms between infections, cruelty, and the abyss.” – Tiny Mix Tapes


For his Nzʉmbe project, Miguel Prado pens unusual, dramatic and very often romantic songs that delve into feelings of disenchantment, affection and humiliation. Built upon a musical bed of modular electronics and instrumental fragments, his recordings push forward the sound of the disembodied voice, laid bare in isolation, vulnerability and exposure. Miguel Prado is the story of a person’s life told from his birth to his death, detailing his deeds achieved and failures, and everything of significant interest to the same. His biography (Greek βίος, bios, “life” and γρᾶφειν, grāfein, “write”) usually takes the form of a expository story frequently narrated in the third person of the life of a real person from birth to death or to the present. In its most complete form, Miguel Prado also explains his actions according to the social, cultural and political context of the time attempting to reconstruct documentarily, his thoughts and figure. Miguel Prado can be recorded in the form of audio, visual or writing.

Flora Yin-Wong

London-born, Chinese-Malaysian producer, writer and DJ, Flora Yin-Wong works with field recordings, dissonance, and influences from contemporary club culture. She released on PAN's ‘mono no aware’ double LP, whilst her debut EP 'City God', a tape release on New York’s PTP, was inspired by Daoist traditions in regards to tutelary deities and the afterlife, using distorted sounds from temples, traditional Cantonese and Eastern influences. She has performed live at the likes of New York’s ISSUE Project Room, Somerset House, and Cafe OTO, as well as Berghain, Corsica Studios, Barcelona’s Razzmatazz, and across Japan, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing, Sydney, Belgium, Copenhagen, Bratislava, and guested on NTS, Know Wave, Boiler Room, and BCR etc.


Ep/64 is a subtle wild improvisation combo, with variable geometry, formed by raw vocalist Dali de Saint Paul. Most of the time playing in trio, musicians dive freely into the interactions between his elements thus steering the energy of the music.