At the same time, the next sets of artists will be presented at the stages Terarken 1 and M Hall. On the one hand, SKY H1, Jlin, Not Waving, and Veronica Vasicka DJ set; on the other, John Bence, Noveller, and Raime.
Saturday –the third and closing day– starts in the Studio stage at 20.00 with Dirk Serries and Aidan Baker, followed by Tim Hecker & MFO at the HLB stage, where Plaid & The Bee and the highly regarded James Holden, joined by a live band, will present his brand new project right after. The British producer and composer’s love for analogue synths, warm and leftfield electronica has become a trademark of his sound.
Terarken 1 stage will host Silk Saw, the band Damien Dubrovnik, Ron Morelli DJ set, and last but not least, Ripit. Besides that, the M Hall stage will celebrate Italian born and LA-based musician Alessandro Cortini, whose emotional show at this year’s Atonal was very well received. At night, two A/V shows by Ryo Murakami and Ueno Masaaki will close the music performances of this year’s festival.
To finish the peregrination through this year’s program, on Friday and Saturday, from 20.00 till 01.30, at the Cinematek, visitors can experience poetry in the third dimension with a combination of visuals, reading, listening and movement in a 360° environment via C.a.p.e. Drop-Dog
, a virtual performance by the Brussels collective CREW, inspired by two texts by the Dutch poet and writer Tonnus Oosterhoff. Also during both days, the performance Stripe
by Arnaud Paquotte offers sound machines, electrified surfaces, amps and lamps twice in the Reception Room, at 20.30 and midnight.
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