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Noise Potpourri, 21 December

---> cut-ups , no inputs , dry vox , soundscapes , noises , glitches

Kazehito Seki 
is an amplified voice artist. From Tokyo. Voiz set is played just with 1 or 2 microphone/s with NO electronic FX. Working on the sound produced from the vocal organ in broader and more concrete sense, relativises the existing interpretation of the “voice” (such as singing, talking, etc). The wide spectrum flickers in subtle ambience, intense silence and brutal harsh noise in a microsecond.
Self Toxication is another project that abstracts the “voice” forming into the sound deeper. The toxin over amplified in stereo channels feedbacking between soundsystem and the physicality (as the hardcore), cuts up himself messing up at the top speed of harsh noise.

Self Toxication
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Since his twenties, the being behind the soundless moniker . . . (as known as Nikola H. Mounoud) process in real time; analog, digital and hybrid feedbacks in order to produce unique, powerful and highly dynamic live performances where irresponsible noise, unexpected dense sonic blasts, total non-sense and deep irrationality meets allowing the audience to absorb the unleashed raw beauty of the frequencies wrath. For more details, here is a good start >

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many videos are available on youtube and vimeo.
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Traffucked field recordings. Severely screwed and always delayed recordings due to high levels of compression. a set for the last ones and the retarded.


Since the 90's Tzii, music composer and filmmaker, spreads his frequencies all over the world through touring from Eastern and Western Europe to Australia, passing by USA, South-East Asia, Canada, Japan, Indonesia and Africa, where he played hundreds of shows..… "A mountain of multiple figures" as defined by Nyx ... His main aim is to reach transcendance through sound trance, layering and looping to another dimension ...... To do so he explores infinite different worlds and expressions, from music to performance or collective creations. One thing always remains in his works : they’re impossible to fit in any box. He’s part of several other projects like SOLAR SKELETONS, MS30, 1997EV, VIRIL, AEROBICONOISE and works also for dance companies, living performances, movie soundtracks and any other mediums with sound inside ..... He collaborated on stage or in studio with numerous other fellow musicians around the world and is currently engaged in a never ending world tour .....
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Frank Vis is a Amsterdam based, Noise Artist, Label owner and Performer, known for unpredictible set ups, uncountable numbers of collaborations and a high vary of sound shapes, ranging for quiet and subtle soundscapes to harshest noise walls.”Vestas” is his newest soloproject and based around acceleration, controled by partly a modular system.


Dj Shoko (Green Tribe)
Since 2014, we, Green Tribe started to occupy a piece of mother earth and initiate an urban Eco village in Amsterdam. We use abandoned spaces in Amsterdardam to create new experimental ways of (social) living, which may help us to find sustainable solutions for current environmental problems. We recycled old campers and containers into self sustainable tiny home units which have rain water systems, solar panels for power, compost toilet, etc.. we stand for self sufficiency, equality and respect for our environment. However, the city of Amsterdam has become more and more a neo liberal monster where only money and capital reign, destroying free spaces where counterculture could develop. We the Green Tribe are loosing our free space, just like other free spaces such as ADM. No one knows where we`ll all will be leaving tomorrow. So come join us in the celebration of freedom!!! Green Tribe is proudly supported by BSE, but everybody hates it except DJ Shoko.

Occii, Amstelveenseweg 134, Amsterdam
Doors: 20:30
Entrance: 6 euro

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