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Aleksi Perälä, Peder Mannerfelt, ENA, YON & POL

Club #2

Friday 26 May
23:00 – 05:00
Le ZOO
CHF 20.- / 15.-
Tickets

17.05.25

/ Peder Mannerfelt – Live AV
/ ENA – DJ set
/ Aleksi Perälä – Live
/ YON & POL – Live AV "Tension"

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Aleksi Perälä

Clone, Colundi Sequence

FI

Aleksi Perälä is a Finnish techno artist and what you might call a sound scientist. He started making records as a teenager in the mid-'90s and quickly fell in with Aphex Twin's label, Rephlex, who released a few records Perälä made under the name Ovuca. In the '00s he spent three years studying music technology in Helsinki, and since then his work has been fueled by a passion for the physics of sound.

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Peder Mannerfelt

Numbers, Avian

SE

Peder Mannerfelt has served for the last decade as one of Sweden’s leading electronic artists. He's collaborated under the pseudonym The Subliminal Kid with musicians such as Fever Ray, Blonde Redhead and Glasser and remixed the likes of Massive Attack, Lykke Li and Bat for Lashes. In 2014, Mannerfelt unleashed his debut LP ‘Lines Describing Circles’, a ten-track album that was met with approbation by the likes of Juno Plus and Fact Magazine.

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ENA

Hidden Hawaii, 7even

JP

A music producer from Tokyo, ENA has been a major player of the Japanese underground Dance Music scene for more than a decade. Taking influences from early Drum & Bass productions, Rave sound and Abstract Hip Hop, ENA is recognized for his tight production technique and massive audio dynamics, as well as for his DJing selection and technical quality.

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YON & POL

CH

TENSION is a synchronised live performance in which YON and POL use transparent screens, LED bars and projection mapping. While POL performs a live improvisation on tracks taken from his "Tension" album, every produced sound sends a specific signal to YON, which he then uses to generate images, trigger projections or distort visual elements. The tracks are made of dozens of different sounds, thus allowing a range of extreme sensations. The result is an immersive and hyptonic universe, where every sound is experienced both acoustically and visually.