IKLECTIK and Psyché Tropes present,


Friday 20 January 2023 | Doors: 7:30pm | First Act: 8pm
Our Kiosk opens 1 hour prior to doors.

Tickets: £12.50 Advance / £15 OTD

All the ticket sales will be donated to Crisis, the national charity for homeless people
You can buy a ticket here above well as donate on our JustGiving Page or using below QR code

Psyché Tropes and IKLECTIK present their annual charity fundraiser with an evening of live performances exploring metaphysical states and imagined worlds converging at the intersection of sound and moving image. All the ticket sales will be donated to Crisis, the national charity for homeless people.

Post Coma (live)
Pascal Savy & Hanzo Schwarz (live AV)
CLON x Ana Quiroga (live AV)
Sybil (DJ)

CLON x Ana Quiroga

CLON and Ana Quiroga present a special live performance featuring a tour of CLON’s worlds, in the form of a live game walkthrough with a live soundtrack by Ana Quiroga. CLON is the project of artist, director and curator Estela Oliva, in which she explores future worlds and speculative fiction to reflect on the impact of digital technologies and the Internet in human behaviour, identity and our surroundings. CLON’s hybrid environments blend the physical and the virtual, unfolding a set of connected stories and experiences. These narratives come to life in experimental formats such as VR experiences and walkthroughs, games, installations, performances and films. As CLON, Estela has exhibited internationally at Somerset House, Barbican Centre, Art Night London, Sonar Hong Kong, Espacio Fundacion Telefonica (Peru), MIRA Festival (Barcelona), and Mutek (Montreal). Ana Quiroga is a musician and sound designer working across arts, film and interactive media. She explores new ways of music storytelling through mystic and experimental cinematic soundscapes. Ana has performed at Barbican London, Cafe OTO, Berlin Atonal, Sónar Festival and MUTEK among others. Ana was also half of the electronic duo LCC. She has released music on labels such as Editions Mego and Other People, and is currently working on her first solo album.


As a DJ, Sybil’s speciality is her versatility and ardent love for vibrant and immersive electronic music in all its forms. She is equally adept at playing high-energy propulsive techno, as she is at exploring sumptuous downtempo, euphoric trance, expansive drone, and even full-throttle drum and bass. Sybil’s sets criss-cross through all of these genres and more, as she guides dancers on journeys which are emotive, thrilling and ultimately revitalising. Sybil’s DJing has taken her across the UK, with appearances at Village Underground, Fabric, Glastonbury, and Timedance, alongside revered events and venues on the global stage. These include: Berlin Atonal, Berghain’s Säule, WHOLE Festival, De School (Amsterdam), Nowadays (New York), Brutaż (Warsaw), ZVUK (Almaty) and Honey Soundsystem (San Francisco). Post-pandemic, Sybil has been busy playing at local parties across London, including SUB:SYSTEM and the inaugural Risen festival, as well as hosting off-grid trance raves deep in the British countryside.

Post Coma

Post Coma is a project by Steven McInerney (Merkaba Macabre) and Rory Donohue (Pagan Red) borne from a mutual understanding of philosophical influences, converging at the fulcrum of each other’s environment. The duo combines heavy textures and sonic detritus to evoke a sense of detachment and/or dissociation. The idea is to explore the concept of transitory states; a process of transformation and exploration of one’s inner psyche, which often has a dreamlike quality in a sound that is both ethereal and melancholic. They will perform new work taken from an upcoming release on Titrate Records.

Pascal Savy & Hanzo Schwarz

Since 2016, Hanzo Schwarz and Pascal Savy have been creating a rich body of audio-visual work combining sound and generative arts at the intersection of minimalism and psychedelia, presented either live or in the context of virtual concerts.

Sponsored by Brixton Brewery

“Sound system powered by AMOENUS. AMOENUS is an art organisation that facilitates, educates, curates and promotes immersive art centred around 3D sound”.