A night of synthesisers, experimental collaboration and improvisation.
● STYLISH NONSENSE (Thailand)
● JULIEN BOUDART (France)
● MINT PARK (Korea/USA)
● SPACE MONKEY III (Thailand)
Julien Boudart is born in Paris in 1978. In 1995 he began to experiment on analog synthesizers and DIY electronic instruments some specific mixture of techno, free jazz and cinematic narrative music. At the same time he also started a theorical activity that never stopped since then. In the following decade, he focused on improvisation, blending his electronic sounds with the ones of acoustic musicians. He developped on the Korg MS-20 (instrument he's playing since 1996) a very personnal, vocal, sound. He has since been involved in many kind of projects, from musical theater to radiophonic creation, from martian rockabilly to some energic though abstract free improvisation. The ceremonial, political and magical aspects of music are the main concern of most of his present projects and researches.
An electronic musician and multi-media artist currently residing in Los Angeles. Seoul-born young artist, Mint, works closely with analog synths, digital sound bytes, primitive graphics and, acoustic instruments. Outside of solely sound driven projects, she has actively collaborated with choreographers, filmmakers and visual artist. Mint’s works have been performed and realized in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seoul, South Korea in venues such as REDCAT, the wulf. The LAB and Robot Speak and more.
Avante garge experimental electronic duo, consisting of June Yuttana Kalambaheti on drums, vocal, keyboards & guitar, and Pok (Wannarit Pongprayoon) on keyboards, synthesizers & bass guitar. Between post-punk and electric vintage funk with unpredictable fresh raw energy. Their music alters. Every Live sessions happen to be extremly fluid and unique.
Our aim is to increase the exposure of sound art, experimental audio, noise and other related mediums, in Bangkok and eventually further afield, to provide a platform for local and international performers, and to develop networks between artists and encourage collaboration.