Lunchmeat have unveiled the second wave of acts joining the experimental audio visual festival in Prague between September 27 – October 2.
Highlights include a label showcase from Hyperdub, boasting a rare audio-visual performances from Loraine James and Lee Gamble alongside DJ sets from Kode9, with Hessle Audio’s Pearson Sound making up the last of the UK contingent.
Houndstooth affiliates Soft as Snow are set to present a densely soundscaped audio-visual performance with Guynoid, and rap-noise duo Prison Religion take over the halls of local club Ankali for an undoubtably wild opening event.
Additionally, Lunchmeat have enlisted local Czech and Slovak talent, with Stroon & DevKid’s audio-visual performance inspired by the immense sounds of the organ, and vibrant experimental musician Ursula Sereghy taking to the stage for live performances. Singer-songwriter Never Sol’s synth majesty and Czech ambient-rap sensation bílej kluk also join the second-round live acts.
Additional Local DJ support comes from New Magic Media, a resident at Radio Punctum, Kredenc & Yadel aka iadance bring their eclectic combination of rave music inspired by roots in jungle and techno, and gertie adelaido b2b KISSTEMPERA will present ‘SCRAWLERS’, a DJ-set “based on everything that is left unsaid”.
Inverted Audio is an official media partner of Lunchmeat Festival 2021, and we’ll be on hand to bring you all the info you’ll need and show the best bits afterwards. Stay tuned for further features and announcements.