Experimental music and arts event Supersonic Festival takes place this weekend, from 22-24 June in Birmingham. The festival plays host to an array of unique and exclusive performances that should be of interest to all Electronic Sound readers.
The line-up includes Gazelle Twin, who will be premiering her new album ‘Pastoral’ and the Moog Sound Lab UK who are set up with artists-in-residence performances from Nik Void, Moor Mother, Gum Takes Tooth and Brian Duffy.
Elsewhere they’ll be a debut live performance by film composer Mark Korven (who scored folk horror film ‘The Witch’), who is also teaming up with guitarist Tony Duggen-Smith to create The Apprehension Engine, a musical instrument that specialises in making “horrifying sounds” and what Brian Eno has called “the most terrifying musical instrument of all time”.
There’s also a wide range of live performances by the likes of Mario Batkovic, Andrea Belfi and Hoofus among others.
For more information and to buy tickets go to https://supersonicfestival.com/