OVB #7

Globus Theatre Main Hall, Kamenskaya street 1, 630099 Novosibirsk Map
Tickets: 800 – 1200 RUB


19:00 21:30

Electric Indigo presents »109.47 Degrees«

Darker aesthetics unfurl at Globus Main Hall, where experimental live sets by Electric Indigo and Moscow's Buttechno, the founder of the Johns' Kingdom collective and label, precede an audio-visual performance by Byetone (a.k.a. Olaf Bender). One of the minds behind the influential raster-noton imprint, Bender’s distorted, visceral digital sounds and visuals combine an attention to symmetry with a lust for the transformative power of sound.



Buttechno is Pavel Milyakov, a young music producer from the Moscow suburbs and one of the local rising underground scene's leading voices. He runs John’s Kingdom, a local community and label advocating anonymity («untitled united») and an anti-ego approach in music as fundamental principles of creativity.


Olaf Bender, aka Byetone, co-founded the original Rastermusic label with Frank Bretschneider (Komet) and co-owns its evolution, raster-noton with Carsten Nicolai (Noto). Bender produces dark, visceral digital sound and visuals filled with noise and distorted melodics, combining a designer’s attention to symmetry with a lust for the shamanic.

Electric Indigo[AT]

Vienna-born Susanne Kirchmayr, known as Electric Indigo, is a composer, DJ, and musician with a career spanning two decades. Currently focusing on multi-channel installations that emphasize subtly elaborated sounds generated from speech recordings, she is also founder of female:pressure, an international network for female artists in the field of electronic music.

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