30.4.2010 – Traumpunkt – Intensive Analog Care – 4 Live concerts! + 2 Dj set:
in order of appearance:
Mise En Scene (Leerraum) – Live!
Vtol (0 net lable, Moscow) – Live!
Seventeen Migs Of Spring (Topheth Prophet, Syrphe, Zvukoprocessor) – Live!
Alex Kass (Legotek)
Visual by Asya (Traumpunkt)
30.4 , Friday, Levontin 7, 21:00
40 till 23:00, 60 after
::vtol:: – is a Moscow project, founded by musician and artist Dmitriy Morozov in 2007. The main directions of his work are – experimental electronic music, art objects and diy electronic instruments. He also produces sound tracks for movies, video art and performance’s.
::vtol:: has created many synthesizers and pedals, based on his own designs and ideas. The major part of his musical works were recorded using his own diy instruments.
Alexei Borisov was born in 1960 in Moscow, USSR. In 1983 he graduated from Moscow State University, History Department. He started his music career in 1980 as a guitarist of the first Moscow new-wave band THE CENTER. In 1981 with guitarist Dmitry Matzenov he organized THE PROSPEKT, big-beat-ska-mod band. In 1985 with the keyboard-player Ivan Sokolovsky he formed the first russian techno-industrial-post-rock band NOTCHNOI PROSPEKT. This project is still active, playing concerts and taking part in different festivals in Russia and abroad. NOTCHNOI PROSPEKT released six albums, one of them (Sugar) has been released in 1990 by Accelerating Blue Fish from Malmo (Sweden). Since the beginning of the 90-s Borisov takes part in electronic duo F.R.U.I.T.S.(with Pavel Jagun), which became quite well known in Russia and abroad. Among his latest projects should be mentioned ethno-electronic band VOLGA (with Angela Manukjan, Roman Lebedev, Uri Balashov), GOSPLAN TRIO with saxophonist Serguei Letov and experimental duo with Anton Nikkila from Finland. In 2000 Borisov and Nikkila formed N&B Research Digest record label.
Among other Borisov’ collaborations are the joint projects with the performance-group Nord (Russia), Sergei Letov (Gosplan Trio and other projects) (Russia), Olga Nosova (Russia), Michail Salnikov (Tooth Kink project) (Russia), Rada Anchevskaya (Rada and Gosplan Trio) (Russia), CDR (Russia), Cisfinitum (Russia), Dmitry Zuboff (Russia), Miguel Ruiz (Spain), Roman Turchak (Russia), Ilya Belorukov (Russia), KK Null (Japan), Jeffrey Surak (USA), Leif Ellgren (Sweden), The New Blockaders (UK), Tania Stene (Norway), Gilles Aubry (Switzerland), Franz Pomassl (Austria), Adam Ebringer (Australia), Ignaz Schick (Germany), R74 (Switzerland), Tom Smith (USA), Thomas Buckner (USA), Edyta Fil (Poland), Kim_Nasung (Poland), HEC (France), James Schneider (USA), Al Margolis (USA), Thorsten Soltau (Germany), Kurt Liedwart (Russia), Fear Konstruktor (Russia), Ilya Belorukov (Russia), Maxim Pozin (Russia), Dave Phillips (Switzerland) and many others…
Also he is a member of two Moscow art-core-noise bands Sreaming Strings and Motherfathers. Borisov collaborates with the video-artists Roman Anikushin, Oleg Kornev, Alexander Sidorov, Nikita Tsymbal, Natalia Poloka, multimedia-artists Aristarh Chernishev and Vladislav Efimov…..
Also Borisov plays solo, as well as in projects, touring and taking part at such wellknown international festivals as ClubTransmediale (Berlin 2004), Sonar (Barcelona 2003), Avanto (Helsinki 2000, 2001, 2002), Phonotaktik, Prototype (Austria 2002), HUH Festival 2003 (Tallinn), Unsound 2004, 2006 (Krakow), Mutek (Montreal 2005), Garage (Stralsund, Germany 2004,05), Noise and Fury (Moscow 2001-07), Trollofon 2004 (Bergen, Norway), Argos 2004 (Brussles), SKIF 2000-06 (St.Petresburg), Details of Sound 2005 (Kiev, Ukraine), Erase and Reset (Berlin 2006), Long Arms festival (Moscow, Nijny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Russia 2007), Experimental Intermedia 2009 (USA), Sonic Circuits 2009 (USA), Spektro 2009 (Turkey) etc…..
He also works as a DJ in clubs and on radio and contributes as a journalist to some russian and foreign (B’Mag, Technikart) magazines, newspapers and web-sites. His articles are also available on www.specialradio.ru Since 2004 curates Noise and Fury international music festival (at DOM CC, Moscow). Additional information about Alexei Borisov and his sounds could be found on www.nbresearchdigest.com, www.letov.ru/borisov.htm, http://shum.info etc.. ******
Borisov/Nosova duo was formed in Moscow (RF), april 2009. Music components: free improvized, live electronics, noise, electroacoustic, spoken word, tape music etc. The duo collaborates with different musicians, sound artists, video-artists and poets from different countries: Anton Nikkila (Finland), Dave Phillips (Switzerland), Matthieu Werchowsky (France), Dora Bleu (Canada), Thomas Buckner (USA), Tom Smith (USA), Edyta Fil (Poland), Kim_Nasung (Poland), Ilya Belorukov (Russia), Fear Konstruktor (Russia), Sergei Letov (Russia), Volga (Russia), Rafal Mazur (Poland), Alexei Rafiev (Russia), Nikita Tsymbal (Russia) and more…. Produces music for silent movies (“The 11th” by Dziga Vertov), art exhibitions and multi-media events. International events and festivals: The 10th Anniversary of GEZ21 (St.Petersburg, Russia, 2009), Spektro fest (Istanbul, Turkey 2009), joint tour with Dora Bleu in Russia, Latvia, Estonia and Finland, Borisov/Nosova/Belorukov/Nasung Tour in Poland 2009, Salvador Dali art exhibition at Inartis Gallery (Moscow, Russia 2009), live at Staalplaat record store in Berlin etc…
Mise en scene is Shay Nassi from the city of Tel-Aviv in Israel.
Shay (1977) began to study the art of sound engineering at Jordan Valley College in the north of Israel, where he gained a degree in Practical Sound Engineering.
The skills obtained there are clearly visible in the quality and acoustic depth of his production and sound design.
Shay produces an experimental sound which is built from different layers such as wavetones, noise, field recordings, and live instrument recordings which when manipulated create a cohesive work of minimal, ambient drone sound.
”After building a more than promising career start thanks to a connection with Swiss label leerraum, who published his first two works on multichannel DVDs, Shay Nassi now seems to be headed for wider recognition. Equipped with a style owing as much to the delicate material treatments of minimalism and the lower case movement as it does to the more pensive side of Noise, he has quickly stolen the hearts of all those to whom the former was too academic and the latter appeared overly brute and primitive. Drones and White Noise enter an erotically tinged liasion dangereuse on his tracks, which are marked by a great sense of spatial control, instrumental delicacy and arrangement-related sensibility.”
SEVENTEEN MIGS OF SPRING needs no introduction, their sinister soundscapes are generated in the physical domain, with indistinct noise-making devices, the majority electronic components of their sound are orchestrated by means of banks of inter-connected equipment, when things get hectic the musicians become rather frantically animated in a way that bloke-with-laptop acts never do. Their music leans heavily towards warm, analogue dub trips, punctuated with digital glitchery, tech and IDM influences with an industrial edge. The overall effect is highly competent and pleasingly hypnotic mixture of different, often conflicting cultural, philosophic and music influences. It is hard to categorize and label. It is very different from release to release and every live appearance is unique and never to be repeated performance. Always evolving.
This concert is a start of a new chapter. After completing their experiments with very slow music, they turned their attention to faster and groovier stuff. This time they will use hardware instruments only, no computers. The audience will witness ultra rare if not the very first one in Israel stage appearance of Euro Modular Synthesizer as well as various DIY electronic instruments, made by K-76, Vtol (Russia) and Stupid Design (France).