3rd august 2016 : Niku Senpuki & Emerge, pavleisdead, Emerge & Neven M. AgalmaPublished on July 30th, 2016
On wednesday, 3rd august 2016 at 21.00 in Cirkulacija 2 at Tobačna Ljubljana – Noisy summer
night! Read more below.
On thursday 4th august at 20.15: first public rehearsal of the new newly-composed songs (Bogdana Herman nad Borut Savski). More http://www.cirkulacija2.org/?p=3037.
-> Wednesday, 3rd August 2016, 21.00 at Cirkulacija 2, Tobačna Ljubljana. A bit noisy summer night…
NIKU SENPUKI is an attempt to meld/melt various contrasting music genres into one sonic landscape. Seated comfortably between melody and noise, improvisation and composition, live and pre-recorded. The main sound sources are string instruments and the human voice using the constructed language Jyalosæ. World-music for a new, personal world.
EMERGE is inspired by the minimalist traditions of experimentalism and non-academic noise music, focusing on generating sound structures intended to make atmospheres emerge that are open to each listener’s own interpretation. The choice of sound sources used is usually very limited. In most cases only rudiments of the original sounds are recognizable due to various treatments. EMERGE also uses and recycles raw material from a variety of artists/musicians.
pavleisdead is taking inspiration from prophets, philosophers, radical politics, a heavy interest in the occult and a fundamental desire for a transcendent eternal greatness by looking into the abyss of humanity and passionately affirming it. Pavleisdead seeks to bring a violent noise ridden mixture of both Apollonian and Dionysian elements into one seamless whole that is structured yet abstract and resurrects this balance in thematic driven releases. Each project puts forth an actor and a plot that are the development of a dream vision, the essence of the project being a chronological ecstatic dismembering of a god by intangible forces. Pavle lives and dies creatively in optimistic harmony with the sufferings of life over tracks full of “experimental nastiness until your ears want to flip themselves backwards”.
Neven M. Agalma & Emerge