Eversines

Eversines

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Eversines is a producer and DJ residing in Amsterdam. He’s been producing for over a decade, co-runs record label De Lichting and focuses on the energetic yet dreamy side of electronic music.

In 2019 his debut album was put out through Wex Records, after which releases on yeyeh / ninih came forth including a solo outing and a special collaboration with thereminist Carolina Eyck titled ‘Waves’.

De Lichting being a close group of friends and Eversines’ homebase, he’s always a part of the well received double vinyl compilations they put out, and had his debut on Kalahari Oyster Cult in 2020 with ‘Plooi’.  He recently released on labels like Animals On Psychedelics, Nous’Klaer and Lonely Planet Records, with more releases in the pipeline for well-respected labels.

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rouge-ah

rouge-ah

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Urška Preis, who works as a solo artist under the pseudonym rouge-ah, is a musician, harpist, visual artist, and music writer. She finished her MA studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design Ljubljana, she also studied at the academies in Reykjavík and Leipzig and completed internships at Aitor Throup studio in London and Atelier Hotel Pro Forma in Copenhagen.

Her debut album “bare” was released by Kamizdat Records in autumn 2018. She and the electronic music producer Tine Vrabič – Nitz formed the II/III duo which debuted at the AmbientSoup label in 2020 with the EP “It Could Be Paradise”.

She is also a member of Rok Zalokar’s fluid ensemble Zhlehtet and a four-piece experimental noise group Sujevera. Besides her musical engagements she prepares shows and other contributions for Radio Študent, ARS – Radio Slovenia Third Channel, Odzven, Membrana and platform Neodvisni, curates the music programme at the Red Dawns Festival, writes, photographs, exhibits, designs and speaks.

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II/III

II/III

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II/III (Two Out Of Three) is an electro-acoustic dark ambiental duo, featuring harpist rouge-ah (Urška Preis) and producer Nitz (Tine Vrabič). They have paved a relatively desolate field of the aforementioned genre in their native Slovenia and opened up a space for a new generation of regional sound makers. In their music, they interweave processed field recordings with effected electric harp sounds, create impactful beats out of self-made/recorded samples and altogether make you wonder about the origin of their imaginative sounds. Likewise, their live performances take you on phantasmal road trips all the way from spacious, unworldly drones, through luminous arpeggios and glissandos, to tense synth pads. Their cosmic performances have been labeled theatrical with a reason – to tell a wholesome story with precise dramaturgy is this duo’s ultimate goal.

With Urška bringing in years of classical education, followed by numerous author projects, collaborations, and band activities, and Tine being a pillar of the local electronic music scene, they merge their decade-long friendship into a mind-bending musical experience. They have proven it time and again through their critically-acclaimed debut EP It could be paradise and performing at ultimately all notable venues and festivals and various events at autonomous spaces of their home country.

II/III is currently exploring materials for their upcoming album debut, with topics such as the fragility of memories, interpretations as interventions, and duality of loud- and quietness.

 

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Pluies

PLUIES

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The PLUIES project by Belgian-Hungarian artist Pauline Mikó is a sound and performative
project that aims to strengthen the relationship between plants, nature and the human being. Through a system of sensors and electrodes connected to the leaves of the plants and the body of the artist, the bio-electric exchange set up is transformed into sound, thanks to a modular synthesizer. The sound waves are then modulated to produce music, both for the ears of the spectators but also for the plants themselves. This system of electrodes, created by the artist, allows the expression of the energies of 11 different plants simultaneously.


By mixing nature and technology, Pauline Mikó offers us an original and sensory experience. The artist tries to give back a legitimate place to plants in our urban lives. By enhancing our connection to our environment, the idea is to become aware of its fragility and the importance of respecting it. The main intention of the artist is to put life back in the center of our communities and allowing a dialogue with Nature.

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Nies

Nies

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Nies is the creative alias of Denise Pakes, the founder of the Rotate imprint and co-founder of the Rings of Neptune agency & kōrero. Originally from the Netherlands, Denise can be found juggling between Paris and Berlin, engaged continuously in musical exploration, audio-visual collaborations with like-minded artists, and organizing events with cultural activation in mind.

After studying ‘Image & Sound’ in the Art Academy & Conservatory of The Hague, Denise became increasingly interested in the ever-expanding audio-visual universe and its peculiarities. Persistently curious and relentlessly passionate in video, photography, and music, she found the natural outlets for her artistic expression, which led her to create her label and agency, explore the art of DJing, and produce both video and music. At the moment she’s following a master’s study at INA GRM in Paris.

Since falling in love with synthesizers a few years ago, music creation is now one of her main creative outputs and an infinite source for inspiration and joy. Warm soundscapes, strange textures, subtle atmospheres, and broad bass lines — her musical intentions either as a DJ or as a music producer are clear: to excite the listeners through an excellent curation of tracks, flowing organically, stretching time and bending space in pure harmony.

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Peter F. Spiess

Peter F. Spiess

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Peter F. Spiess is no new comer, especially to those akin to a type of ultra minimized dance music explored between the late 90’s and the early 00’s. Peter’s one of those artists blessed with an unparalleled ability to abstract and simplify dance music down to its purest elements: sonic bare-bones, both rich and impactful. 

Peter F. Spiess is classically trained since the age of 6. His first attempts on electronic music programming blossomed in 1987 on the Commodoer-64 with it’s furious SID Chip. This time left a strong appreciation of analogue Sound Synthesis which lasts up to today. He bought his first Synthesizer in 1991 doing all the sequencing on an Atari STe. Years of experimental and amateur music- making passed which lead into the developement of an own musicial idea, strongly influenced by minimal style electronic music. 

His releases date back to the mid 90s, on imprints packed with a unique guild of producers of strong sound signatures, all close or even under the Ongaku umbrella: Frankfurt’s legendary label for electronic music with class, home of both Playhouse and Klang Elektronik, the latter being one of Peter’s main output channels, along with Alpha, Contexterior or Adjunt. 

Due to the unique combination of minimal techno, house, jazz, noise and splashes of electro, his early releases are still integral part of many dj’s record bags. Crystal Polymorphs, the artist’s only album over the last 20 years, is a bold collection of memorable electronic music cuts that achieved a low-key cult-status between diggers and djs alike from all around the globe. 

His live sets are wild and groovy journeys through a world full of unexpected sounds that never seize to move the dancing crowd. They consists or rearranged tracks of his back catalogue being remixed and edited live in ever evolving ways. In between strange dream capes of atmospheric sound, various kinds of sonic mayhem is carefully laid out as the rhythmic foundation to your dancing pleasure. Expect to hear his music always in new and crazy ways. 

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Nitz

Nitz

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II/III

Fine-tuning frequencies slightly above murky dancefloors and discovering new soundscapes for the inquisitive ear, Tine Vrabič a.k.a. Nitz has slowly and steadily become a household name of Slovenian electronic music. Machine generated and supplemented with field recordings, his signature sound is fundamentally drawn from the finest ambient dub techno heritage. However, it is nobly fermenting, or rather relentlessly unfolding over the past years as a unique story, traversing micro house, electro and IDM, interchanging elements of suspense, melancholy and quirky dadaism along the way.

As a member of the long-standing Slovenian collective for promoting electronic music and culture called Synaptic, Nitz has spent the last decade making music, performing and realising concerts, club nights, and other special gatherings, such as his most recent string of live machine-jam sessions for select audiences called AmbientSoup, intended to spread and present ambient music and related culture. 

The legendary Slovenian alternative venue Klub k4 has always been an important node in the musical network of Nitz. From humble beginnings as a promoter, to playing music there since 2009 as a resident DJ, he is now a veteran in this craft, seamlessly merging old and new music across a plethora of genres. Taking up the position of program manager in 2015, he has expanded his influence further and achieved new means for materialising his vision of electronic music and club culture, meanwhile contributing greatly to the scene by providing opportunity for fresh and established musical talent.

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Luc Ringeisen

Luc Ringeisen

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Born In France where he received musical education from the national conservatory and experienced the explosion of Techno Music in Europe in the midd 90’s, it is in Ibiza/Spain that Luc Ringeisen started to produce music and did his first experiences as a DJ in the outdoor rave scene.

He founded there the records store Vinyl Club in 2003, witch has been an important element in the spread of new styles of underground electronic music in Ibiza in the past decade together with promoters and club owners such as Circoloco, Ibiza Underground or Cocoon. (The underground dance scene in Ibiza was till then limited to outdoor Goa parties, while the island mega clubs were famous for their more commercial oriented house music).

Nowadays his residency with DeWalta at Club Der Visionaere and the label Vinyl Club became references, while his studio work is now about experimenting technologies like surround possibilities for club-music amongst others, and the production of an album and live show in quadraphonic surround.

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Quadraphonic 

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Cleymoore

Cleymoore

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aka Max Binski

Lisbon is Portugal’s coastal capital, and former sunny home to the now Berlin-based audio-visual artist Bruno Santos, aka Cleymoore. You might of thought all the bright skies and vitamin D would be trickling into Bruno’s work, but that wouldn’t be entirely true. 

Father of the ever-growing artist collective and record-label Pluie/Noir, an imprint focused on audio-visual collaborations under his artistic curation, Cleymoore has a very peculiar vision about music and how it should be experienced. Over the last 9 years Pluie/Noir released over 90 audio-visual podcasts, 3 cassettes and 16 vinyl-only releases that showcase world-wide talents from young names such as Vlad Caia, Diogo or Atree, to veterans by the likes of Petre Inspirescu or Fumiya Tanaka. 

Cleymoore’s behavior behind the decks and his own musical material does indeed contain a smidge of the feel good stuff, except its wedged between micro housey madness, dynamic experimentalism and mind meddling rhythmic arrangements, and this might well be the result of his daily submersion in the worlds of audio-visual arts. Mind house, perhaps? With a steadily growing catalog of vinyl releases and upcoming EPs on his own imprints Pluie/Noir and Rings of Neptune, as well as other record-labels he respects and admires, his career is moving towards a very promising future. 

In between music making and graphic designing, he’s been actively dj’ing around the globe performing in clubs & festivals such as Concrete, Rex, Air Tokyo, Club der Visionaere, Closer, Waha Festival or Piknic Electronik, to name a few.

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