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  1. 404.zero deliver a stunning modular showcase live from Saint Petersburg’s Sevkabel Port. On their debut album, 404.0, Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius channel a wide array of influences as diverse as Autechre, Tangerine Dream and Sunn O))) as they move through eight meditative compositions that touch on cosmic drone, ink-dark ambient and searing industrial. In

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  2. Experimental electronics from the NON Worldwide artists. Axis Arkestra is a collaborative project featuring NON Worldwide co-founder Nkisi, and New York rapper and ballet dancer Yung Liberaci, whose experimental techno was showcased at Prague’s ANKALI venue as part of Lunchmeat Festival 2020. This year’s edition, which is taking place in various venues across the city

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  3. Fact will also present a number of other shows featuring TCF, Steve Goodman and 700 Bliss from this year’s digital edition of Unsound. Fact is teaming up with Krakow’s Unsound Festival to host a selection of works taking place as part of this year’s online edition. The theme for this year’s festival, which takes place […]

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  4. Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius explore their fever dream of a post-pandemic world within the virtual space of a video game. For 404.zero, the task of creating installation work within the confines of lockdown posed, understandably, a particularly demanding challenge. Not to be deterred, Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius began mapping the various locations in

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  5. The Russian duo perform material from their new audiovisual EP. Prague’s Lunchmeat Festival began its 2020 edition this week with a show from Russian audiovisual artists 404.zero. In the show, which took place on Monday, September 28 at the city’s CAMP venue with a reduced capacity due to COVID-19, the duo perform their recently released […]

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  6. Russian audiovisual artists 404.zero marry light, sound and architecture with large-scale, awe-inspiring installations and performances. 404.zero was formed back in 2016 as an outlet for the ambitious audiovisual projects of Russian artists Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius. Approaching light, sound and space with a singular vision, understanding them as essential parts of a

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  7. A snapshot of the US club scene from a rising Washington, D.C.-based artist. JamesBangura is the alias of Timothy Smith-Bangura, producer based in Washington D.C. whose music operates in the fertile meeting space between house, techno and jungle. His musical style is summed up by the name of his label, PercussionFunctions, a home for innovative […]

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  8. An immersive work from the visionary artist presented in 360° video. Prague’s Lunchmeat Festival and Fact are proud to present the latest trip into the mind of visual artist Sam Rolfes, whose unsettling computer-generated worlds have provided the backdrop for musicians such as Lady Gaga, Matthew Dear and Rabit. The brand new work launches the […]

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  9. The veteran producer and teaching professor records a set from his California sound laboratory. King Britt started his career as a resident DJ at Philadelphia’s Silk City in the early ’90s, and started releasing solo records a few years later, both under the King Britt name and other aliases, such as his sci-fi pseudonym, Fhloston […]

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  10. Created for the Riga Biennial, the video work features an evocative synth score from John Also Bennett. When faced with the looming threat of the spread of COVID-19, the team behind the Riga Biennial were faced with two choices: postpone the event until things had returned to normal, or press on ahead, accepting these new […]

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