On Wednesday 19 August, Bnjmn, Inland, Jamaica Suk and Monty Luke explore experimental, minimalism and avant-garde music at a new series of live electronic concerts hosted at Prince Charles.
Arch is a new series of live electronic concerts in the comfortable and responsible environment of Prince Charles featuring three specially created live sets from mainstays in the Berlin techno scene, each transmitting their personal take on post-club ambience, experimental, minimalist and avant-garde music.
For the occasion, each participating artist has described what you can expect from their unique performances:
BNJMN aims to splice together “a new composition, using old and new tracks as well as found sounds.” Ben’s new live set aims to “take the listener on a unique sonic experience, something they wouldn’t normally hear in a club setting.”
Counterchange founder Inland (Ed Davenport) sets to channel the explorative side of his sound palette, continuing where his ‘An Invitation To Disappear’ LP left off, with a spiralling performance “fusing synths, prepared electric guitar, effects and improvised passages.”
San Francisco transplant and Gradient boss Jamaica Suk has prepared a brand-new live set combining her electric double bass and modular synth… “expect drone, ambient, noise, broken beat and lots of distortion.”
Detroit’s own Monty Luke will be warming up and seeing out the night, digging deep into his record collection beyond the club spectrum.
The event is limited to 100 Tickets. Doors open at 19:00 CET, including snacks and drinks. First live show commences at 20:00 CET. This is a seated concert and masks need to be worn throughout. Please respect the current rules regarding distancing and seating arrangements. The terrace be will open all evening.