KJA #1

UIClub, Oborony street 3, 660017 Krasnoyarsk Map
Tickets: 400 – 500 RUB


20:00 02:00

CTM Siberia’s first weekend begins with an experimental clash of artists from Berlin and Krasnoyarsk. Kathy Alberici & Federico Nitti team up to present "Bocca al Lupo", a project that sees Kathy at the helm of an entirely analogue set-up while also playing violin, manipulating, recycling and deconstructing sound to reveal its many faces. Visual artist Nitti manipulates code, electronics, and live video streams to produce a synaesthetic universe of colour and motion alongside her.

Morphine label head and CTM 2016 co-curator Rabih Beaini performs a live experimental solo piece based on analogue sound synthesis. The Lebanese-born producer is best known for his grainy, imaginative techno as Morphosis, and a range of influences – from krautrock to new wave to folk music – seep into his inventive, dark, and emotional productions.

Krasnoyarsk-based three-piece post-hardcore/screamo band Chekhov adds an air of angry despair to the night, while DJ Opium Hum contrasts hazy drones, with sluggish beats, grainy techno and noise.


VJ Haust[RU]

Dasha Guseva is a graphic designer and VJ from Krasnoyarsk, Siberia.


It all started as many bands do: Alexey Shabanov and Andrey Lyubchenko, two schoolmates with some previous band experience, decided to play music together. In the summer of 2012, Andrey Mironov, a drummer, was invited to participate in a rehearsal. His inclusion brought Chekhov to life.

Kathy Alberici[UK/DE]

Kathy Alberici (Small but Hard, Drum Eyes) inhabits a tingling space between noise, soundscapes, and drone. Working with strings and analogue synth, sound is manipulated, recycled, and deconstructed to reveal its many faces. From nothing comes something, the imperfections, the Dreck becoming its own musical element in a complex weave of reflexive feedback.

Federico Nitti[IT/DE]

Federico Nitti works at the intersection between sound and image. Part hacker, part maverick, he fuses digital and analogue approaches, code and electronics, to explore the interactive relation of sound and image. His approach always embraces the beauty of the moment, magnifying synaesthetic response through exploiting the human connection amidst the technology.

Rabih Beaini[LB/DE]

A Lebanese-born producer best known for his grainy, imaginative techno as Morphosis, Rabih Beaini’s genuine musical ability and a range of influences from krautrock to new wave to folk music seep into his inventive, dark, and emotional productions. Increasingly steering clear of the techno realm in order to explore improvisation and new configurations such as with his Upperground Orchestra, Beaini retains an ongoing fascination with sound synthesis.

Opium Hum[DE]

Opium Hum aka Michail Stangl – CTM co-curator, one of the people behind Boiler Room Berlin, co-organiser of the Leisure System parties and label, and all round progressive force on the Berlin club scene – nourishes his DJ sets on sombre, hazy drones and fantastical soundscapes permeated by deep and shifting rhythms to create what can only be called a wide-awake dream.

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