CANVAS | 33-33: MICHAEL SPEERS // JAMES K // AUSSCHUSS // FLORA YIN-WONG // XAO // OLAN MONK // LUGH

Thu 30.11 - 21:00 // CONCERT, CLUB NIGHT // ACUD CLUB
CANVAS | 33-33: MICHAEL SPEERS // JAMES K // AUSSCHUSS // FLORA YIN-WONG // XAO // OLAN MONK // LUGH

Established and grown in London, CANVAS has become an attempt at collectivising what was becoming an increasingly disparate / dispersed group of artists. Thirty Three Thirty Three create exploratory arts and music events around the world. This is the second collaboration between these two entities following RITUAL, hosted in a Coroners Court in London, May 2017.
 
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MICHAEL SPEERS
JAMES K
AUSSCHUSS
FLORA YIN-WONG
XAO
OLAN MONK
LUGH
 
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ABOUT
 
MICHAEL SPEERS
is a musician from Northern Ireland, currently based in London. Feedback is the basis of most of his practice, using the limitations of himself and electronic / acoustic equipment – namely percussion, no-input mixer, sampled media, test equipment and field recordings – to depict his engagement with reality through sound phenomena. The resultant soundscape is generally dense and abrasive, focussing on texture and spatial / material resonance, which is formed live in improvised performances and in electronic compositional work. // More Info
 

 
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JAMES K
is the solo act of New York / Berlin based musician Jamie Krasner. James Ks album PET came out in April 2016, released through Dial and Jamie Krasner’s own She Rocks!. PET follows up a handful of EPs and singles that Krasner has either self-released or presented through UNO NYC, as well as two releases as one half of SETH, her project with fellow New York musician Gobby. Most recently, James K was involved with Berlin based label PAN by contributing her song Stretch Deep featuring Eve Essex to the celebrated PAN mixtape Mono No Aware, released in March of this year, featuring PAN signed and associated artists.
 

 
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AUSSCHUSS
Berlin-based, UK-raised Ausschuss is a 20-year-old producer working with dark, industrial-influenced sounds through abrasive textures and sound design. His often foreboding and overtly tense productions such as Mantle and Regolith fluctuate between dystopian, mechanical movements as well as more unnerving human elements from breathy utterances to almost melodic chopped up vocals. Having already been enlisted for mixes by the likes of London-based boutique Primitive to Disc Magazine and Astral Plane, alongside reworkings and remixes of Scintii, Soda Plains and Acre.
 

 
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FLORA YIN-WONG
London-born producer, writer and DJ, Flora Yin-Wong (aka ||FLORA) works with field recordings, dissonance, and influences from contemporary club culture. Her debut EP ‘City God’, a tape release on New Yorks PTP, was inspired by Daoist traditions in regards to tutelary deities and the afterlife, using distorted sounds from temples, and traditional Cantonese/Eastern concepts. She has since featured on Berlin label PAN’s mono no aware double LP with the ambient track Lugere. Besides remixes for the likes of Eaves, Scintii, and Halcyon Veil’s Celyn June, she has also contributed to Ziùr’s Co-Op release alongside the likes of M.E.S.H., GIL, and Why Be, and Lara Rix-Martin’s Objects Limited imprint ft. Coucou Chloe and KABLAM. Due later on Caridad Records this summer will be a composition piece made up of seven layers of a violin she played, recorded and processed, released alongside the likes of Lolina, Dedekind Cut and IVVVO. Earlier this year, she was invited to curate a show at London’s Cafe OTO to perform her debut live show, as well as also supporting Kara Lis-Coverdale. Besides previously DJing at the likes of Berghain, and Bloc for PANs showcases, to across the UK, Antwerp, Copenhagen, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing and Sydney, she has also guested on shows on NTS Live, Boiler Room, Radar, and BCR. // More Info
 

 
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XAO
recently released his debut EP, Alloys on Astral Black. His music takes cues from a wide spectrum of club styles, splicing them together into hazy and angular recombinations. For the last couple of years he has hosted the Astral Black show on Radar Radio. // More Info
 

 
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OLAN MONK
is an Irish audiovisual artist and performer. Recent release ‘Anam (Meditation Tape)’ shifts between instrumentals and atmospheres whereas debut cassette MONK (2015, Wagtail) drifts between songs and haze. Olan Monk co-hosts CANVAS with a collective of dispersed artists and is a regular collaborator with artists as diverse as Actress and Ashley Paul, having performed alongside artists such as Merzbow, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) & Martin Rev (Suicide). // More Info
 

 
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LUGH
Musician and audiovisual artist Lugh has performed and exhibited primarily in London and Berlin, as well as in Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and Portugal. Lugh composes sonic material which navigates the uncanny valley, the eerie and evocative space formed by the overlap between what is recognisably human tangible and familiar and the aseptic sterility of the digital – the separation of which is continuously and progressively challenged. Lugh performs as a solo act, as well as contributing to various audiovisual projects, such as Sinae Yoos, The Dead by Many Firsts, shown at The Gallery Apart, Rome, and also co-hosts the collective effort which is CANVAS.
 

 
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DO 30.11 // 21H // 8€
ACUD CLUB // CONCERT + CLUB NIGHT
CANVAS | 33-33:
MICHAEL SPEERS // JAMES K // AUSSCHUSS // FLORA YIN-WONG // XAO // OLAN MONK // LUGH
a night full of experimental electronics presented by the berlin via london collective
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