At Boot122, Nijverheidskade 12, Utrecht
– The Puddle Parade;
– Paul & Pavlina.
The Puddle Parade
One-girl band, bringing frail lullabies with vague melodies and distorted, fading voices a minimalistic crackling toy orchestra in slow motion. member: ellen evers. tools: guitar, voice, melodica alto, melodica soprano, music boxes, children’s accordion, tooth brush, analog 4-track recorder, distortion pedals, loop station, xylophon, zither, dictaphone, and many more stuff. worked with: annelies monseré, tara jane o’neil and machinefabriek… in one way or another. born and raised in: eastern germany, and with good childhood memories in mind.
Woodbender is an improvisational, exploratory sonic project consisting of M. Pieck (modulair synths, field recordings) and J. Unger (e-guitar & effects, field recordings).
Their focus lies on live improvisation in and outside the public domain, exploring all kinds of analog and digital means to express their original approach on immersive and spatial soundscapes.
Microloop is a musical project of Henk Hop (Utrecht). Microloop’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of sound extends beyond the studio to live performances. The artist’s use of granular effects in a live setting adds an element of unpredictability and spontaneity to the music. Each performance becomes a unique sonic journey, with Microloop manipulating granular parameters in real-time, engaging the audience in a dynamic and immersive experience.
Endorphins is the pseudonym of Thomas Heijmans hailing from Utrecht, the Netherlands. He has been producing music under this moniker since the late nineties. With a love for both ancient electronica pioneers and current electronic music combined with a cinematic sensibility, the sound of endorphins can best be described as having a clear melodic and at times visual quality with experimental undertones.
Paul & Pavlina
Paul (@paul.alstein) is a modular synth player who is into strange electronic music. Pavlina (@puvleena) is a classically trained violinist who is interested in processing the sounds of the violin through digital technologies.
Together they are on an adventurous mission to bring together the worlds of classical music and electronic music. The result is both unpredictable and unexpected.sounds that surround us.