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TER - sound anthropologist in the world of electronics. Active in the field of music from the early 2000s. On a regular basis working with MIRT, as a duo MIRT + TER, and in the project BRASIL AND THE BAND GALLOWBROTHERS (formerly ONE INCH OF SHADOW) and the trio FAINT OF HEARTS. Has released her debut album entitled "Fingerprints" and two collaborative albums with MIRT "Sultans of S # $ & *" and ”Bacchus, Where Are You?”. Publishes single tracks on compilations in the country and abroad. Has performed at numerous festivals (Donau Festival, Austria; Flussi Italy, and in Poland: Unsound, Krakow; Open Source Art, Sopot, Monotype Fest, Warsaw; Temple of Silence, Antonin / Międzybórz; Opener Festival, Gdynia, WIF, Wroclaw).
"Remains", Magda TER‘s sophomore album, has been created over the past two years changing its shape several times. It is a compromise between static, experimental background music and soothing techno glimpses with some samples of acoustic instruments. As a result, the album has contemplative colours, although hidden beneath the surface of seemingly uninvolved sounds. Due to this fact Magda‘s music cannot be pidgeonholed. One can even say that "Remains" leaves the audience with a huge amount of space for their own feelings and interpretations of the individual sequences, while simultaneously dropping some vague cues. Thus, we are dealing with one of the most intriguing electronic Polish releases in recent years.
‘Remains‘ LP 2017
‘Bacchus, Where Are You?‘ (with Mirt) CD/LP 2017
‘Sultans of S#&*$‘ (with Mirt) CD 2014
‘Fingerprints‘ CD / MC 2013


Anemone Tube was founded 1996 in South-Germany; since 2010 based in Berlin. The audio works of Anemone Tube are a unique blend of dark ambient, noise, industrial and sound-art with a strong psychogenic impact. The use of constantly shifting and altering sounds and moods is possibly one of the most intriguing things about the audio creations of Anemone Tube. Since 2007 Anemone Tube has been working on "The Suicide Series". To this field recordings made in China and Japan build a conceptional basis. In a poetic way Anemone Tube combines analytical realism of the phenomenal world with buddhist psychology and nihilist rhetoric influenced by the works of Pier Paolo Pasolini, H.P. Lovecraft, J.G. Ballard and Hayao Miyazaki.
Anemone Tube
Anemone Tube has released material on Auf Abwegen (DE), Raubbau/Ant-Zen (DE), Peripheral Records (GB), Silken Tofu (BE), Black Horizons (USA), La Esencia (ES), The Epicurean (DE).
In Anemone Tube‘s “Golden Temple” live set a sacred and engaging atmosphere is created through Buddhist rituals, liturgic objects (statues, candles, censer and incense) and highly aesthetic video projections with old masters paintings with religiously charged symbolism (Greek mythology, old and new testament, Buddhism) and contemporary photographs, offering an absorbing, inspiring as well as complex concept, which not only raises spiritual questions, how we live and why, but above all fascinates the audience on a purely emotional & spiritual level.


Violinist, compositor and music producer,Tomasz Mreńca was born in Poznan in 1986. He graduated in Fine Arts at the University
of Wrocław. His activities cover a wide range of projects including solo and team projects, composing music for performances, art installations.
The wide-ranging music composed by Mreńca can be best described as electro-acoustic pieces at the edge of various genres, balancing between ambient and experimental music. He is adapting recorded sounds thus creating exceptional atmospheres based on the timbres of analogue synthesizers, violins and outdoor records.
He is the author of two solo albums: “Peak” -his latest record- was published in February 2018, his debut album “Land” (For Tune) was published in 2016. “Peak” as well as “Land” were highly acclaimed both by the audience and by
musical critics.
Additionally, Mreńca along with Tomasz Dednarczyk is the co-author of “Venter”, a project which has released two LPs so far: “Venter LP” (Sensefloor, 2015) and„Lost EP” (Catch Recordings, 2015).
It is also worth mentioning that
Mreńca is a member of the multinational collective “The Frozen Vaults” and as such has already had the chance of composing
pieces of music for the Paris label Voxxov Records. He also cooperated with Bartosz Dziadosz, and they both recorded the album “Black Lake” (Requiem Records). It was also Mreńca who composed and recorded all the string parts for Baasch’s record “Grizzly Bear with a Million Eyes”(NextPop).




Kentin Jivek
Kentin Jivek is an author, composer, and performer with over 15 albums produced during these last 8 years. He has collaborated with several musicians around the world (Arash Akbari, The Hare and The Moon, Miro Snejdr ...)
His style cuts across the Psychedelism of the 70s with a tone of voice and a writing bringing it closer to musicians like Can, Dead can dance or Stars of the lid He speaks three languages, and is multi instrumentalist.


Moljebka Pvlse is an experimental music group from Stockholm, Sweden. The group works with both electronic and acoustic instruments, as well as with field recordings and found
sounds. The music is often dark and haunting, consisting of minimal soundscapes built by layered drones. At times, there has been touches of noise and even pop.
Over the years, Moljebka Pvlse has released over a dozen full length albums on many different labels, for example Drone Records, Reverse Alignment, Taâlem, Greytone, Some
Place Else, Gears of Sand, Fifth Week Records, Mystery Sea, Cold Meat Industry, Fin De Siècle Media and Isoramara.
Performing live is of great importance, and to this date Moljebka Pvlse has performed live in
Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, Pol
and, Slovenia, Sweden, the Ukraine and the USA.


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