Tune Out – CTM x RBMA Finale

Astra, Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin Map
Tickets: 25 € (includes Fade Out)


20:00 00:30

20:00 Phoebe Kiddo
21:00 Nisennemondai
22:15 Carter Tutti Void (German premiere)
23:45 Mumdance + Logos + Shapednoise present "The Sprawl" (world premiere)

The CTM Finale is co-hosted by Red Bull Music Academy and will offer sounds ranging from analog simulations of electronic dance music to post-techno grime concoctions.

Carter Tutti Void (CTV) is a hugely lauded project that brings together Chris Carter and former Academy lecturer Cosey Fanni Tutti (both of Throbbing Gristle and Chris & Cosey) with Factory Floor's Nik Void. The trio’s Berlin appearance will mark one of their first “Transverse II” shows – the follow-up to their highly acclaimed collaborative work, which was released in LP format by Mute Records in 2012.

Sharing the bill with CTV will be “The Sprawl”, the premiere of a new collaboration between Mumdance, Logos, and Shapednoise, especially commissioned by CTM for the occasion. Currently one of the most exciting producers of UK club music, Jack Adams aka Mumdance has made a name for himself as a shapeshifting neo-grime engineer. His current approach sees the freshly graduated RBMA alum ploughing resolutely across genres, with work ranging from collaborations with Bristol figurehead Pinch and South London MC Novelist. Mumdance will perform live with two of his closest peers Logos, co-founder of the Different Circles label and co-author for their first label release, Weightless, and Hospital Productions/Berlin Current affiliate Shapednoise. With their future outlook, the trio is certain to defy standard notions of what gritty industrial techno and UK club music are about.

With her keen ear for multifaceted expressive electronics, Red Bull Music Academy alumna Phoebe Kiddo will demonstrate her live set in support of her critically acclaimed debut LP, Artefacts of Broken Dreams (Symbiosis, 2014). Another artist supported by Berlin Current, a CTM-led initiative that aims to identify and support emerging sounds from Berlin, Kiddo blends her knowledge of polyrhythmic complexities and experimental music with heavy bass, densely programmed sounds, and hypnagogic synths.

Rounding out the bill is Tokyo-based trio Nisennenmondai, whose name stems from the Japanese word for "Y2K Bug". Since 1999, they have been whipping up electrified, up-tempo loops through rock and noise means, inducing spellbinding states of hypnotism. 2014 saw their hyper, raw trance-punk unleashed to full effect on their fourth full-length, N.

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