Music moves, and where it goes, Norient (norient.com) follows. The collective is back in London after launching last year’s Seismographic Sounds (https://norient.com/stories/b
Kl.ne (Norient, DJ)
Flying in from Berlin, Kl.ne (Philipp Rhensius – https://soundcloud.com/k-lone) is a Norient editor, producer and DJ. His sets bring bass, drone and erotic hi-hats into swampy, ecstatic exchange.
Thomas Burkhalter (Norient, Sound Collage)
Thomas Burkhalter is Norient’s founder. As part of his “Performing Research” experiments he will be melting fragments from his explorations of Durban’s #Gqom house scene into an original sound piece, blurring lines between interview, DJ set and fantasy.
Panenka (London, live)
London’s Panenka crafts vivid, acoustic landscapes that feel like a holiday in the imaginary cities of your childhood.
Norient’s showcase is part of the Borders & Boundaries: Territories, Technologies, Transgressions conference at Goldsmiths (meccsapgn2017.com). We figured that to think these themes through, some dancing had to be involved. You don’t need to be registered at the conference to attend, but check it out (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/
Register for tickets here – (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meccsa-pgn-x-norient-borders-boundaries-party-tickets-35235382979)
DIY Space for London is a volunteer-run and member-supported venue. To attend the event, you need to be a member or invited as a guest. Sign up for a £2.30 yearly membership at diyspaceforlondon.org