23 Julho 2015 19h00

A ATR e a ZARATAN têm todo o prazer de anunciar este encontro de vibrações visuais e auditivas. Duas viagens sensoriais, que serão partilhadas nesta quinta-feira com todos os que estejam dispostos a tal. Um portal de dimensões inigualável e vibrações modeladas pelos seus activadores.



is experimental pop with visuals.

In the words of CTM concerts, Berlin:
"Golden Diskó Ship is Theresa Stroetges, a young Berlin-based multi-instrumentalist and video artist who performs live as a one-girl orchestra. Her imaginative soundscapes, shifting from delicate melodic lines steeped in nostalgia to the feedback arcs and textured distortion of machine abuse, evoke lucid dreams and have won critical praise for their fresh, eclectic collages of electronic and acoustic sound. Her debut solo album, Prehistoric Ghost Party, was produced at the legendary Faust Studio, home of the Klangbad label, and her tracks have also been released on Monika Enterprise’s City Splits # 1 and The Wire Tapper’s June 2012 compilation."

Comments on the new album Invisible Bonfire (Spezialmaterial Records):

Spex: "The eight pieces on Invisible Bonfire sound like eight goodbyes strung on a thread. Hardly ever is a part repeated, and common verse/chorus schemes cannot be found in Stroetges' music. However, the classically trained viola player doesn´t resist teamplay or pop appeal."

Groove: "The joy of experimentation is spelled in big letters on the Golden Diskó Ship. The One-Girl Orchestra with electric guitar, folky loops, mini machine park and her own visuals presents a show which is immediately sympathetic and becomes more and more surprising with every minute passing.!

Musikexpress: "Coming from a meta-folk-base the berlin based multiinstrumentalist and video artist created a
miracle of an album. It is blending together micro electronics, field recordings songwriting and pop in one large reverberation chamber."


"Enquanto Ondness, Bruno Silva deixa-se levar num stream of consciousness de mapeamento vago, mas de onde se ergue uma certa continuidade de processos que passam pelo aglutinar enevoado da história e lógicas herdadas da música de dança, do dub, da música concreta e do drone. Tem editado em cassete com grande regularidade, tendo já previstas para este ano novas edições na Where to Now? e na Seagrave."


"Dip into the antiquated world of Ondness" in JUNO PLUS

Watch a visual introduction to the Portuguese producer’s new release for Danish operation Phinery-Tapes.

Immersing yourself in the world of tape labels is to become acquainted with interesting operations on a worldwide scale with the passing of each week. Danish label Phinery-Tapes is a relatively new concern, ermerging back in February with a free digital compilation and the label’s subsequent cassette output has committed a broad range of music to spool – Karl Fousek’s Relative Position of Figures looks to be worth checking if you are a fan of Beatrice Dillon.

Bruno Silva’s Ondness project is amongst Phinery-Tapes’ final batch of releases for the year with Filho do Dono - that’s Owner’s Son for translation fans – consisting of two hazed-out longform productions that seem to be built from field recordings. The below video should offer an idea of what to expect, with Silva drawing from some suitably fuzzy source material including odd 1972 documentary Future Shock narrated by Orson Welles.


Ondness returns after a busy 2014 with a new tape on Paralaxe Editions, Them Corja, full of wide open ambiance. Throughout four sketches, the Portuguese experimental artist Bruno Silva presents shreds of synthetic noise and sometimes unclassifiable blips, but he allows each of his sounds plenty of room to breathe. This sense of space comes through in the beats that Silva suggests, at times quite explicitly, and discretely at others. The sweetest hook comes in the middle of opening cut “Rod Serling’s Predator,” where minimal bass-and-beat touches lead morph into nearly danceable mechanical transgressions. From here, the tape descends into abstract territories, but the listener is already hooked at the sugary opening track. In lieu of this feeling, some of the darker, more abstract moments of the tape feel less threatening, and therefore almost comforting. Them Corja will be available from Paralaxe Editions.