IKLECTIK presents,


Sunday 30 October 2022 | Doors: 4pm

Tickets: £12 Advance / £15 OTD

Free Movements is bringing the magic of its events, which weave together threads that intersect through rave and queer ecologies of communal making and care, to Iklectik. Making a space of sound, movement, sculpture, film and deep listening, we create a fertile ground for improvised and experimental approaches to dance music, reclaiming/freeing the body and building community. To celebrate Samhain, the ancient precursor to Hallowe’en – the liminal festival when the boundary between this world and the Otherworld is thinnest – we will turn our attention to ancestral energies, dancing through lineages and descending into the realm of entanglements.


Myako aka Nora Sigué is a French-Burkinabe dj artist and producer. Her vision and her dj sets can be summarized as a point of intersection between genres and a transversal look at different niches, at the crossroads of Uk bass, Techno and DnB with a strong experimental tendency, all clearly tinged with dub, traditional music and other distant grooves.


Sybil’s DJ sets guide dancers on journeys which are emotive and thrilling, stitching together music from a broad palette of textures – contrasting new finds with long forgotten gems to create memorable and entrancing stories. In recent years she has performed internationally at venues such as Berghain, De School (Amsterdam), Parallel Festival and Berlin Atonal.

John Edwards + Lou Zon

John Edwards is a true virtuoso whose staggering range of techniques and boundless musical imagination have redefined the possibility of the double bass and dramatically expanded its role, whether playing solo or with others. He has worked with Evan Parker, Sunny Murray, Derek Bailey, Joe McPhee, Lol Coxhill, Peter Brötzmann, Mulatu Astatke and many others.
Louise Boer is a London based filmmaker and visual anthropologist teaching at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her film work spans documentary and experimental film but revolves mostly around music; creating visuals as well as live and produced music videos. Her recent film work and research focuses on ecology, community, plant medicine, feminism, movement and experiments with analogue techniques.

Dan Nicholls + Will Glaser

Instrumental improvised music has always been at the core of Free Movements, juxtaposing minimal percussive dance rhythms with textural elements from experimental electronic music, field recordings and psychedelic rave soundtracks. Dan Nicholls is an ever-developing artist who has performed as a keyboardist with Squarepusher, Arve Henrikkson, Goldie, Beth Gibbons (Portishead) and Alabaster de Plume; whilst his solo sets and electronic production work explore themes from Queer Theory, speculative fiction and installation art.
Will Glaser’s drumming draws eclectically on Jazz and Improvised music, rock, noise, folk, and electronic music. He is a member of avant-rock bands Snack Family & World Sanguine Report and has performed with the likes of Sly and the Family Drone, Ruth Goller, Soweto Kinch and Stan Sulzmann.


Lynne is a Tokyo-based DJ immersed in experimental drum & bass and ambient music. Her deeply personal take on UK electronic music, performed with a calm precision, is compelling and electrifying. For this event she will open the space in the company of a Samhain-themed installation.

Ixian Optical

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