‘Cracks of Time’ – SameSky w. Bostjan Gombač + Amousement
Tuesday 28 March 2023 | Doors: 8pm | Start: 8:30pm
Our Kiosk opens 1 hour before doors.
Tickets: £11.50 Advance / £14 OTD https://link.dice.fm/efe913da6cf6
Same Sky (electronics and ambisonic mix), Bostjan Gombac (neanderthal flute and various wind and percussion instruments) and Amousement (visuals) will combine the oldest instrument in the world (Neanderthal Flute, 50.000 BC) with newest electronic instruments and AI generated visuals in improvised sonic exploration entitled “Cracks of Time”
Amousement will open the concert with performance that uses Ai to produce both sounds and visual content for his new performances.
For this show he is preparing a 100% live glitch ambient AV set. Fast and flashy will be indeed.
Warning: Some performances might use strobes and/or flashing lights.
Same Sky duo features ambient lightwaves, experimental soundscapes, and reverberated echoed clouds by Natasha Giordano and Filip Sijanec. Natasha and Filip are based between London and Rome and perform only improvised sets using analog gear and digital processing. Natasha Giordano is a multi-instrumentalist and composer, her music is a journey through inner places and emotions, and it often results in dreamy soundscapes, analog drones, and hypnotic vocal loops. Filip Sijanec is a composer, musician, and composing professor, his music favours spontaneity and communication and its rooted in his western Balkan musical background and his interests in improvised music.
Boštjan Gombač is a well-known Slovenian multi-instrumentalist and composer of music for theatre, film, radio, and television, while at the same time frequently performing live artist. As Boštjan Gombač puts it himself: “The sound itself is my guide and inspiration. The more unusual the sound, the greater the challenge, expressive possibilities, and joy it provides.” The Neanderthal flute was discovered in Divje babe cave near Cerkno (Slovenia) and has been declared by experts to have been made by Neanderthals. Boštjan continues the legacy of Ljuben Dimkaroski, the Slovene-Macedonian musician who first started playing the flute reconstruction.
Amousement is the moniker of Marcello Ruggiu; the project Amousement starts in 2005, producing different music styles all involving a glitchy and rhythmical aesthetic that moves from IDM and breakbeats to ambient, jungle, drum and bass. Amousement uses Ai to produce both sounds and visual content for his new performances. For this show he is preparing a 100% live glitch ambient AV set. Fast and flashy will be indeed.
This event is realised with help of Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in London.
“Sound system powered by AMOENUS. AMOENUS is an art organisation that facilitates, educates, curates and promotes immersive art centred around 3D sound”.