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Artists' Association MUU » MUU FOR EARS CLUB + CD release November 26, 2010, 8pm-3am
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MUU FOR EARS CLUB + CD release November 26, 2010, 8pm-3am


Gintas K (Lithuania)
Andres Lõo (Estonia)
Kimmo Rapatti (Finland)
Unidentified Sound Objects (Finland)
DJ Lauri Länsiväylä (Finland)

Master of ceremonies Juha Valkeapää.

Tickets: euro 5 (+ cloakroom fee euro 2.50) / MUU members euro 2 (+ cloakroom fee euro 2.50).

pictures from the event

offers a unique opportunity to experience new innovative music and sound art and to explore latest trends in digital art, electro and techno music. The Club showcases interesting sound performances by Baltic and Finnish artists.

Picture: Gintas K

The Club also features the release of a new double CD collection of Baltic and Russian sound art. MUU FOR EARS 5 & 6 contains works by 20 contemporary artists from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia, as well as bonus tracks. CD is a limited edition, and it will be sold at a special price at Club!
The new CD is part of the sound art publications of MUU. The compilation showcases sound art and experimental music from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia as well as by special guest artists. The artists are: Astma, audio_z, Antireality & Bernurits, Arturas Bumsteinas, Darius Čiuta, Lauri Dag-Tüür, Raimundas Eimontas, Gas of Latvia, Kaspars Groshevs, John Grzinich, Antanas Jasenka, Gintas K, Raul Keller, Taavi Kerimäe, Kiwa, Lina Lapelyte, Andres Lõo, Pekka ja Susiluoto, Martins Rokis, Sound Meccano & Evgeniy Droomoff and Taavi Tulev.

Organised by Artists’ Association MUU in cooperation with Äänen lumo, Festival for New Sounds. The Club and CD publication are part of Audio Autographs – an ongoing project featuring Finnish and international sound art events, performances, workshops, publications, artist talks and lectures. The main core of Audio Autographs is the online radio station at www.muu.fi/sound.

anders_looPicture: Andres Lõo ( photographer: Riina Varol)


Gintas K was the core member of the first Lithuanian industrial music group, Modus. He has released several albums and has participated in various international festivals of new media and sound art. His latest album “So On” was recently published on the Cronica label. More: www.gintask.dar.lt/

Andres Lõo is a contemporary artist, composer, musician, curator, actor, entrepreneur and essayist from Estonia. Based in Tallinn, his recent albums are “Skeletons on Rock” (Laton, Austria), and “DejaVoodoo” LP with Opium Flirt (3 Pead Records, Estonia). More: Myspace

Kimmo Rapatti aka Mono Junk, based in Turku, is the man behind some of the earliest electro and techno productions ever made in Finland, a true underground veteran. In 1992 Rapatti started his own label, Dum Records, as a platform for his own input. Together with Sähkö, Dum Records was one of the first techno labels in Finland. Rapatti’s music has been described as ‘raw analogous minimal icy dark techno woven together in an experimental and hypnotic stone cold form’. Kimmo Rapatti has always been obsessed with electronic music, especially innovative music, music with new sounds. Kraftwerk’s Computer world, Italo disco, the electro produced by Mantronix & Dynarec, latino/hip hop/freestyle (TKA, The Cover Girls, Noel). Rapatti has also been called ‘Analogue junkie’, because of his love for analogue keyboards. This is also the origin of his most famous alter ego, Mono Junk. More: pHinnWeb

Unidentified Sound Objects is Sami Pennanen’s one-man band moniker. His music consists of an infinite number of samples, and the collage holds together or breaks apart depending on the situation. Sami Pennanen is also a visual artist whose background is in the 1980s graffiti community. After studying art, he has now returned to borrow motifs from the imagery of graffiti. More: pHinnWeb



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