Pascal Savy – two day residency – 10 & 11 December

IKLECTIK is proud to present :  PASCAL SAVY  – two day residency –  

10/12/16 (7pm-10.30pm)

Film: A Creak in Time – Film starts at 7.45pm 


Merkaba Macabre | Pascal Savy | Howlround  | DJ sets by Andrej Chudý

 11/12/16 (6pm-10pm)


Pascal Savy | Kostis  Kilymis | Khaled Kaddal | Aiste Noreikaite | Hanzo |

 DJ sets by Rodolphe d’Audiffret

Tickets :

Adv £8
Concession £6 (student/unwaged)*
Door £10
2-day pass: 
Adv £12 
Concession £10 (student/unwaged)*
Doors  £15
*Proof required 


A Creak In Time Runtime 27 min /  colour 16mm)

A Creak In Time is a film directed by Steven McInerney (Psyché Tropes) with a soundtrack by Howlround (Robin The Fog). The film explores the connection of the macrostructure with the microcosm navigating its journey through time in two parts. The soundtrack has been composed entirely from creaking objects and manipulated on magnetic tape machines.


Pascal Savy

Pascal Savy is a sound artist living and working in London. Through the use of tones, textures,broken melodies and noise he explores atmospheres rather than narratives as a way to reflect on time, presence and the ephemerality of phenomenon.


Merkaba Macabre

Steven McInerney is an Australian born multidisciplinary artist based in London. He is the founder of Psyché Tropes, an experimental label and film project focusing on the synaesthetic intersections between sound and its visual counterpart. Working predominately with 16mm and sound he creates recherché non-narrative works using in-camera and camera-less filmmaking techniques while performing live audio visual shows as Merkaba Macabre.


First coming to prominence with hugely-acclaimed 2012 LP The Ghosts Of Bush, Howlround have now expanded to a sextet (four machines, two people) and create recordings and performances entirely from manipulating natural acoustic sounds on vintage reel-to-reel tape machines, with additional reverb or electronic effects strictly forbidden – a process that has seen their work compared to William Basinski, Philip Jeck, Morton Feldman and even the sculptures of Rachel Whiteread.


Khaled Kaddal

Khaled Kaddal is an interdisciplinary artist and experimental musician based in London. His works focus on the aesthetics of sound with the interest in expanded listening and the socio-political aspects of sound and music.

Scoping on the perceptions and the thresholds of listening, by questioning the radical marginbetween consonance and dissonance, silence and noise. Interested in enlarging the understanding of oriental aesthetic by taking it to a post-music territory, where the musical structures are decomposed to the notions of sounds.

Kostis Kilymis

Kostis Kilymis is a Greek artist based in London. His work focuses on repetition, noise, immersive environments, feedback systems and the notion of representation. His music combines rhythm, field recordings and synthesised sound, often reprocessed specifically for the environment in which it is performed. He has been an improviser, performer and collaborator – his encounters including Lucio Capece, Nikos Veliotis, Greg Pope, Leif Elggren, Sarah Hughes, Stephen Cornford and Phil Julian amongst others.

Recent work of his has been released on Rekem Records, I Dischi Del Barone, Strange Rules and Coherent States.


Aiste Noreikaite

Aiste Noreikaite is a Lithuanian artist and musician based in London. She is also an inventor of The Experience Helmet  that is a technofuturistic instrument through which the brain is talking to you. With her intimate performance she will be revealing the inner processes of her mind with sound.


Visuals by HAZNO