Bolzman is a musician and sound artist, born in Brazil, graduated with honors at The Naggar School of Art in Jerusalem. Founder and member of the Jerusalem music/video label “no coast productions”. The last two years he is focusing his energy on free improvise of electronic music with his electronic instrument FeedNoise.
This guitar player freely shops around in the fields of drone, noise, north Indian classical music, free improvisation, sound art and experimental rock. With a few effects, a handful of objects, and his trusty red guitar, he molds this into a loosely structured chaotic mess that is bathing in the rays of a deep red sun.
Boris Scorpio takes you on a trip through his wicked universe with pulsating drones and psyched out rhythms.
Rotterdam’s most hidden gem. Starting off with his cassette label ‘Tear Apart Tapes’ in the 80’s, he’s been playing, designing and producing since. As a key figure of the true Dutch underground and being one of the most exciting live sets Das Ding is an unmissable act for any dancer or dedicated electronica freak.
A hybrid of some sorts: half Dutch, half American, mixing individual baggage into something that combines the bleakness of Northern Europe with the sensual heat of the American South.
Modular Grooves artist Chris David creates music from space ambient to modular techno. He’s a member of the Noodlebar collective and performes live on vintage analog gear.
Rogier Smal is a drummer who experiments with free percussion sounds. He plays with different groups, musicians and solo
Michael Vultoo makes electronic music made with only a Nintendo DS and a virtual analogue emulation of the classic Korg MS-10 monophonic synthesizer: The Korg DS-10.
Loosely structured free improvised abstract noises on guitar and objects, inspired by a handful of hindu gods and the heat of the sun.
Amir Bolzman joined by Nikolaj Kynde on trombone
OSC1899 joined by Willemijn Ketting