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FOQL + Unprofessional + Mala Herba

6. Juli 2018, 22:00

Sounds Queer? // Struma + Iodine + TRANSFORMER
join forces to bring a very special #sorrynotsorry celebration of femme power, queerness, synthesizers and everything that’s weird and electronic.

Live: FOQL, Unprofessional, Mala Herba
DJ: MaRie CheRie, Inou Ki Endo

+++FOQL+++
Justyna Banaszczyk combines electronic music with a post-punk atmosphere, minimal wave sounds and industrial. She collaborates with Pointless GeometryEnfant Terrible/Gooiland Elektro, ALIEN JAMS and other labels. #posteverything #technonottechno Detaching herself from the occasional boredom of techno, she also employs the best elements of the genre to shape her own unique sound – one that is as danceable as it is sonically adventurous and atmospheric. As a part of Oramics she brings femme artist to the yard.
https://soundcloud.com/foql

+++Unprofessional+++
NO MASTER. NO COMPUTER. NO FUTURE. NO GOD
Giulia Valenti aka Giuglia aka Unprofessional. Berlin-based.
UNPROFESSIONAL is a state of mind born in Italy and exported in Europe . UNPROFESSIONAL makes SOUND. ___________________
UNPROFESSIONAL (LIVE) in the underground.
https://soundcloud.com/unprofessional

+++Mala Herba+++
Zosia Hołubowska reimagines ethnomusicological archives through queer, non-binary perspective and creates dark, rhythmic spells. As a Sounds Queer? curator, they run a flying queer synthesizer laboratory.

MaRie CheRie [DJ set]
dark dark sexy sexy
with antiracist politics on point
https://www.facebook.com/marieholycherie

Inou Ki Endo [DJ set]

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Be excellent to each other. Support independent artists. Create an awesome space to celebrate femme/ non-binary/ queer artist and get lost in the music. Leave your prejudices and asshole acquaintances at home. Sexism, racism, homophobia are boring.

Details

Datum:
6. Juli 2018
Zeit:
22:00

Veranstaltungsort

Rhiz
Gürtelbogen 37/38
Wien, Wien 1080 Österreich
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Telefon:
+43 01 409 25 05
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http://rhiz.org