06/02 Camilla Milena Fehér / Warlip from Rabiator (live)

Camilla Milena Fehér (live)
aka Louiz Freequency / Pluto Fever is researching rituals and rewriting of memories within anthropogenic disasters, searching for new resources within looping spirals, drones and siren singing.
Pluto Fever plays the set
>>Fossils of the future<<

Felipe Waller aka Warlip from Rabiator (live)
Composer Juan Felipe Walle aka Warlip’s analog electronics combines microtonal zithers with handmade electronic circuits. His music performance embraces an unpredictable sonic reality where the thin line between acoustic and electronic becomes both a subtle and times brutal experimental hearing.

07/02 IVVVO

Halcyon Veil’s, IVVVO dissolves breakcore, noise and body-contorting club music. Growing up in Porto, Ivo Pacheco began to frequent his city’s clubs as a teenager, rapidly developing an interest in electronic music and becoming friends with the local crowd of DJs, producers and promoters. In 2010, he established the Terrain Ahead label alongside Luis Dourado and Tiago Carneiro and while it was short-lived, it kickstarted IVVVO’s musical career, pushing him from Portugal into the wider world. Before long, IVVVO had notched up a slew of releases on Opal Tapes, Crème Organization, Public Information, Danse Noire and Halcyon Veil and had built up a reputation for his unique sound, blending disparate club elements with dense textures, noise and industrial clanks. In 2019, IVVVO released doG, an unsettling collection of elastic electronics featuring appearances from The Death of Rave’s Maxwell Sterling.

13/02 Smallforms w/ Christian Schröder x Gischt

the monthly series of smallforms seeks to support contemporary and experimental forms of music which require an attitude of listening.

Christian Schröder, lebt und arbeitet als Künstler und Performer mit Schwerpunkt Sound in Wien. Gründungsmitglied der Künstlergruppe Kollektiv Rauschen. Zusammenarbeit er mit Künstlern unterschiedlicher Disziplinen – Daria Fain, Melanie Maar, Georg Blaschke, Alex Zehetbauer (Tanz/Performance), William Bilwa Costa (Klangkünstler), Synes Elischka (Film), Florian Türke (Medienkunst) u. a. In seinen Soloprojekten verwendet Christian Schröder unterschiedliche Medien um Inhalte wie Erinnern/Vergessen, Gespeichert/Echtzeit u. a. zu untersuchen.

Gischt, Ursula Winterauer lives and works as a composer, musician, producer and curator in vienna. She founded the label Ventil records in 2014 and works on the distribution and realization of artistic projects in the field of soundart and advanced electronic music ever since. as Gischt, her newly established solo project, Winterauer explores the gray areas between digital ambient and slowmotion techno. The attention to detail lies above all in the tonal quality of the individual audio tracks, which patiently surface and submerge in noisy echo chambers.

14/02 Marie Cherie

aka Lana Prerad is a activist, experienced musician, she extracts ideas from her activism and interweaves them in her sets, together with a prudence of a sorceress, clarity of punk, glitter of disco and tribalism of techno

15/02 TIN MAN (DJ set)

Have we reached peak acid? It certainly is possible. Its hard to visit the club or festival these days without hearing the familiar squelch of the 303. You can hear the great influence Tin Man has had on colleagues across the spectrum of Acid music that is so popular in this moment. His signature style and deep catalog of releases has permeated the scene and you can hear his emotional impact in countless new releases. Tin Man’s acid is the real deal and his live shows have a real impact because of their emotional rawness and originality. Producing music for more than a decade, Vienna’s Tin Man continues to evolve and invigorate with each and every release. Tin Man is an artist in the truest sense of the word. Over the last decade Johannes Auvinen has explored an ever evolving sound palette that touches on house, techno and ambient. Most recently the California born producer and live act has been responsible for reinvigorating the acid scene with his unique and cerebral manipulations of Roland 303s. His tracks are laced with slow and subtly shifting pads and infused with a very real machine soul to exude captivating warmth. Taking influences from “Chicago and radio pop rock as well as melancholic UK electronics and Sahkö” Tin Man’s extensive discography also explores less sublime and seductive sounds on labels like Keys of Life and Acid Acid. He is also part of The Acid Symphony Orchestra (a live super group that features artists playing on ten 303, 707 and 808) and has turned out a standalone neo-classical and ambient work, Vienna Blue, which proves he does so much more than pure dance music. The modern acid master plays live on 303s, TR-8s and plenty more bits of hardware, always creating textured soundtracks on the fly using a range of FX and skills built up over the last decade. In recent years Tin Man has also attracted attention through collaborations with Cassegrain, John Tejada, Donato Dozzy, Josef K and Winter Son, AAAA, Jordan as Rolling Ones, and Gunnar Haslam as Romans.

21/02 Sub Presents – MACUMBA

Our music is our Macumba, A physical and spiritual resistance to the normality of everyday consumer culture. We come to entice, intoxicate and mesmerise via bass frequency, rhythm and sound, to multiply the life force in all of us.

27/02 LDY OSC (live)

When she gets on stage, Mexican-born Vienna-based producer Alyssa Auvinen Barrera becomes LDY OSC. A frontier-busting scrambler of sines by trade, Alyssa began her musical journey in the late ’90s when she felt a connection to the rage of heavier industrial sounds. By 2007 she was immersed in electronic music and soon turned her sights toward DJing. After learning electronic music production techniques, Alyssa moved to NYC in 2010 to attend university, graduating with a BFA in Liberal Arts and Science with a Major in Music and Sound Engineering.
If she has long been taking part in synth-punk/wave projects such as Artefactos De Dolor – alongside Todd Sines and Archetype – whose debut LP ‘La Niña’ came out earlier in 2019, LDY OSC is now spreading her wings as a solo artist. After releasing the single ‘OAO’ on The Bunker New York 15-year anniversary compilation, quickly followed by her first solo effort on the label, ‘Magic² of 8 EP’, in 2018, Alyssa made a further impactful impression with ‘sōt’, issued via Swedish label, Kontra-Musik, and which could be presented as the “dub version of the Chernobyl meltdown”.
Showing a much different facet of her craft, LDY OSC’s own take at the dance and festival-oriented music continuum can be heard on her upcoming ‘Electric-Earthy-Esoteric EP’, released on c.l.a.w.s and Solar’s label, Squirrels on Film. A citizen of the universe to its widest extent, just as comfortable incorporating foreign cultures and languages into her art as she is toying with the semantics of analogue music, LDY OSC is just getting started.

29/02 Brutalists pres. LAG

LAG ( Mord Records )
A promoter of the underground culture, a DJ and a respected producer – Serbian-born Lag is the on the forefront of the new wave of techno artists. “He follows it up with his first EP named “Stutter”, a highly acclaimed release which came out on the notoriously uncompromising Singularity Recordings, and his latest output, a 12” release on MORD Records named “Misfit EP”, underlines the quality and uniqueness of his already recognizable sound.

Filip Xavi ( Drugstore Belgrade )
is recognized as one of the pillars of the local techno scene over the past decade. As a rebel against genre confinements he was always attracted to the timeless techno archetype. As Drugstore’s resident since 2013

Grace Schella ( Brutalists ) & Nino Sebelic ( Brutalists )