NOISE MOBILITY FESTIVAL #5 //SA 23.05.2015// DAY#1: SKM BANDA + MURNAU B + ALEN ILIJIC
- NOISE MOBILITY FESTIVAL #5 //SA 23.05.2015// DAY#1: SKM BANDA + MURNAU B + ALEN ILIJIC
- Sa, 23. Mai 2015
- Glockenbachwerkstatt - München,
München, Bayern 80331
Noise Mobility F e s t i v a l # 5
DO IT YOURSELF, DO IT TOGETHER“
das Festival europäischer Subkultur“
Experimentelle Rockmusik, Performance-Kunst, Ausstellungen, DIY-Flohmarkt: Am 23. und 24. MAI 2015 ist die Münchner Glockenbachwerkstatt wieder das Zentrum der europäischen Undergroundszene. Als Kunst-Plattform jenseits des Mainstream zeigen Künstler unterschiedlichster Richtungen auf dem Noise Mobility Festival wie facettenreich die europäische Subkultur ist.
S K M B A N D A (Slovenien)
SKM banda is an instrumental quartet, which became one of the most interesting slovenian alternative bands in the last few years. The beginning of the band goes back into the year 2000 when the original band members met for the first time and in 2003 they named them selves after a local hero from the 2nd World War, Stefan Kovac-Marko. In the past years SKM banda established their general image and sound, defined as eclectic post-jazz. The instrumental fusion of rock, jazz, funk, noise and post-rock-based hardcore – made by two guitars and rhythm-section – enables the listener to discover the undiscovered! Their first album was Patentat, published by God Bless This Mess records in 2005. The second album Samar Janka (GBTM Rec.) was released in 2008 and it got considerable attention. Among other things it was voted the second-best Slovenian album of 2008 by the music staff of Radio Študent and was one of the top ten Slovenian albums of 2008 in RSQ Magazine.In May 2010 SKM banda released live-DVD album Izstekani (from the Izstekani live show with Jure Longyka on Radio Slovenia). Also in May they played a concert in Krizanke theatre at Druga godba Festival.In April 2011 the band released their 3rd album entitled Rdeci. October 2014 SKM banda released new studio album Panontikon (Kapa&GBTM Rec.)
MURNAU B (Spanien)
Murnau b. is a noise art rock trio, based in Barcelona. They have played several shows including Primavera Sound and the opening for Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo and the Dust in Barcelona. The line up includes Lluís Rueda (guitars and vocals), Kike Bela (bass and synthesizer) and Càndid Coll (drums and vocals). They create dense atmospheres through particular and unusual tunings, obscure rhythms and dissonant distortions. Their upcoming fourth album (La història d‘un home bò) will be out on March 2015. Kike is also the director of the influential Barcelona’s Art Center La Escocesa. The three members are also currently involved in the new Mark Cunningham’s (Mars, Lydia Lunch, etc.) and Murnau b. ensemble Blood Quartet, where Mark Cunningham plays guitar and trumpet, following new paths to explore free jazz, african – primitive rythms and no wave music styles. Their first album will be out on March 2015. Llapispanc is a visual artist from Barcelona that creates unusual performances devoted to an artistic protest. Trough it’s collective interventions he investigates the limits and connections between disciplines (music, performance, visual arts and mass media), making the observers be part and target of an experiential and ritual process, obtaining as a result many hallucinogen sensations and images to be kept deeply locked in the eyes. Murnau b.
A L E N I L I J I C (Serbien)
Based on avant-garde intentions, experimental music by Alen Ilijic is created under his own rules negating the need for any compromise. Ilijic’s radical poetics emphasizes the seriousness of individuality bound with artistic truth in each of his compositional approaches. In Ilijic’s performances body motion has a major role as an inclusion in performing arts. Guided by intuition, his performances ended up with a broken piano and injured, bloody hands. This can be seen as a confirmation of Ilijic’s great, unfettered creative energy. In his authentic music world, there is chaos which is made of carefully selected notes in order to break down the boundaries of recognizable forms of expression. Ilijic’s creative complexity is reflected in his way of liberating sounds, while binding them in unique access, so they can only exist in the space of coexistence. Ilijic’s music shows diversity of innovations implying noise as alternative idiom. Developing a new kind of music, compositions by Ilijic are not made for today or even tomorrow, but for the time yet to come. (ninetyandninerecords)
FILM : MINOR BORDER von lisbeth kovacic (Dokumentation)