Scrase & Autr, Bradford Bahamas, Merkaba Macabre

IKLECTIK presents,

Scrase & Autr, Bradford Bahamas, Merkaba Macabre

Friday 25 February 2022 | 8:30pm [8pm doors] – Open till late!

Tickets: £10 adv / £12 otd

A/V night, featuring:


Scrase aka Greg Scrase is a Bristol based producer. His output through the 2010s cemented a prolific knack for transmuting experimental and uncanny sounds to the dance floor. In forward-thinking releases Silo Fin and Another, threads of angular electronic music and melody are fused with influences from 90s electronica, jungle and techno to create unique divergences from familiar ground. In recent years Scrase has been quietly refining and developing his sound within a bespoke production environment created in MaxMSP. His new ambient performance for IKLECTIK has been prepared within these self-built systems, ensuring a unique and truly live experience.


Autr is the live A/V moniker of Gilbert Sinnott, an artist and designer based in Berlin. He uses obsolete and hacked analogue video gear repurposed with self-built tools to create otherworldly and synaesthetic experiences that explore embodied cognition and feedback as a feature of cybernetic and natural systems. By fusing electronics, human-interface design and code, he aims to prototype unknown futures and relationships to technology.

Bradford Bahamas

Bradford Bahamas is an electro-acoustic installation created by Nitin Lachhani. The installation encourages audience interaction by allowing sound creation through body movement. Interaction is explored through electromagnetic fields off old tube TVs and broadcast monitors (CRTs) which are absorbed by the human body and channelled to a sound system for sonification. For his performance at IKLECTIK, Bradford Bahamas will combine film recordings, synthesis and choreography.

Merkaba Macabre

Merkaba Macabre is a multimedia project by Steven McInerney, an Australian-born artist based in London. His practice ranges from audiovisual and musical performance, installation, experimental film & video works and curatorial projects. McInerney is half of the expanded film project IOME and runs Psyché Tropes, a label dedicated to exploring the synaesthetic intersections between sound and its visual counterpart.

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