ATTILA CSIHAR - YUKO ARAKI

electronic, experimental
Sunday
12
November 2023
  • Rotonde
19:30
DAY OF SHOW 24.5
TICKET 22.5
BOTACARTE 19.5
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19:30 doors open (Rotonde)
20:00 Yuko Araki
21:00 Attila Csihar

A fundamental inspiration of art music creation

When

Sun. 12 Nov, 2023

Where

  • Rotonde

Doors

19:30

Organiser

Botanique
Attila Csihar
"a vocalist who has transcended black metal"
The Line of Best Fit

he legendary cult singer Attila Csihar, known for his work in Mayhem, SUNN O))), Plasma Pool and Tormentor, is realeasing his first ever solo album : ‘Void Ov Voices : Baalbek’

For this album Attila traveled to the Monolith of Baalbek archeological site in Lebanon and conducted two sessions. The first was an all night session situated directly across from the massive trillion stones of the Temple of Jupiter. For the second session he recorded directly on one of the 900 tons trillions a few km from the temple site.

For many, Attila Csihar is an inspiration of what is possible to surprise and develop within the extreme sides of music, in a radical and intelligent way.

Attila Csihar - Night of 29th of March (on my 41st birthday) in Hotel Jupiter in Baalbek while looking at the Thrilitons of the Jupiter Temple. pt2
VOID OV VOICES (Attila Csihar). 4K Multicam Live
Yuko Araki

YUKO ARAKI

Yuko Araki is one of a number of young female artists emerging from Japan that are redefining the outer boundaries of noise, post-industrial techno and experimental electronics.

Raised as a pianist, Araki’s teenage obsession with metal opened a gateway towards various types of intense sonics. Exploring a diverse range music projects over the past decade (KUUNATIC, Concierto de la Familia), her solo work resolved in 2019 after she developed an approach to analog freeform analog noise, releasing her first EP “I” (Gerpfast Collective) and her debut album “II” (Commando Vanessa). Working with a reductive set of tools, her methodology was to create work that created a sense of timbral intensity and complexity through a weaving together of competing elements.

In 2021 Australian Label Room40 released “End of Trilogy”, a record of unpredictable momentum and tempered ferocity. Even at its most intense, Yuko Araki’s work maintains a sense of playfulness, and a determination not to succumb to mere sonic nihilism. Drawing on techniques borrowed from 70s prog-rock and even free jazz, she dissolves expectation and in the process reveals an utterly personal approach to noise and experimental electronics.

Yuko Araki - Moonstroke in the Mountain

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Sunday
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November 2023
DAY OF SHOW 24.5
TICKET 22.5
BOTACARTE 19.5
Buy tickets

Extra information

19:30 doors open (Rotonde)
20:00 Yuko Araki
21:00 Attila Csihar