Photo by Yoshitaka Shirakura

IKLECTIK presents,


Saturday 8 April 2023 | Doors: 8pm | First Act: 8:30pm
Our Kiosk opens 1 hour before doors.

Tickets: £12 Advance / £15 OTD

An evening of glitchy generative sonic experiments, analog circuitry and interactive multi-media madness.

Warning: Some performances might use strobes and/or flashing lights.


Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk

MSHR is an art collective that builds and explores sculptural electronic systems, taking form as interactive installations, virtual environments and live improvisations. MSHR’s performances are based in feedback between light, sound and the physical presence of the players with their handmade hardware and software instruments. Their installations involve generative and interactive electronic systems embedded in immersive sculptural arrays.
They explore intuitive and technical gradients between sonic and sculptural forms, using analog circuitry and open-source software to sculpt mutually resonant hyperobjects. MSHR was established in 2011 in Portland, Oregon by Brenna Murphy and Birch Cooper. Their name is a modular acronym designed to hold varied ideas over time.


WEȽ∝KER (pronounced “WET LOCKER”) is a collaborative project from Messrs Guillaume Dujat and Joe Beedles. Presenting gummied computer music through shimmering spongiform corridors, jagged rips of discord and rib-shaking bass weight.


Photo by Diana Sandes

Peruvian artist, born in 1984, lives and works in Bern, Switzerland. Sanz’s works take multiple forms, such as installations, recordings and concerts. He uses algorithmic processes for modulation and pattern generation in digital and analog devices. Sanz’s works have been exhibited and performed extensively across Southeast Asia, South America and Europe.

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