On Friday 29 March, Flower Myth celebrate their first year of existence with a very special program, highlighting live performance with an ear towards the experimental dance floor.
Following her entrancing set at Atonal last summer, Beatrice Dillon returns to Berlin bringing her hyper-futuristic compositions and syncopations that connect rolling African drum traditions with UK roots steppers, house and jungle.
Fresh off the release of his first solo full-length record on R&S sister label Apollo, Paul Frick twists the organic into the unreal with his signature inverted keyboard mayhem. Next up is Flower Myth’s very own Eric Maltz who promises to lay down bass heavy hypnosis embellished with guest vocals from Mambo Punk.
Helsinki and Kaiku resident Kristiina Männikkö and Curious Paul of Possible Futures bookend these three live performances with some ever surprising selections, while visual artist Amydala mines the sub conscious, lacing the walls with visual subliminal glitter.
We’ve teamed up with Flower Myth to give one luck reader the chance to win four tickets to the event. All you need to do is complete the form below.
The winner will be contacted via email. Competition ends Wednesday 27 March.