KC Grad is opening its door to the international experimental electronic music scene! Come and hear three intense live concerts performed by Új Bála (HU), Superskin (AT) and Carrageenan (BE)!

Their music was featured in some of the latest episodes of the radio show “Zvuk ispod” (“Imaginarni Pejzaži” / Radio Belgrade 3). On Friday 29th November at 23h you will be welcomed by DJ Krem, and following the turbulent concerts, Lil Taty and Bolelee b2b DJ set will escort you into the deep night.

Új Bála (Dalmata Daniel, NONA Records / HU)
‘Industrial disco in the finest tradition by Gábor Kovács. Új Bála is evoking images of a factory full of machines whose output is non-existent, their mechanical intensity focused entirely on perpetuating their own eternal repetitions.”(We Need No Swords)’


Superskin (Baba Vanga, Sama Records / AT)
Andreas Klotz aka Superskin creates airy, lo-fi-encrusted, poly-textural compositions that revel in an opium haze. Following dub-infected sequences of rhythmic structures, slabs of luscious melodies modestly introduce themselves only to roll back and reappear, generating spacious otherworldly landscapes. Stripped down enigmatic arrangements that operate in a realm of deconstruction and textural sensibility. Superskin has released albums on SF Broadcasts, Baba Vanga, Sama Recordings and Feathered Coyote Records.
„Solo project by Viennese artist Andreas Klotz. The music here is electronic but based on synthesized percussion as much as anything else. It also has an airiness (or holeyness) that gives it a dubby feel. The best parts are where this side meets melodic key lines of a vaguely Middle Eastern nature, making me think of Muslimgauze (at their lightest) crossed with Legendary Pink Dots (at their most diffuse). Other parts sound more like getting slapped while participating in a game show.” (THE WIRE)


Carrageenan (Czaszka Records / BE)
Solo minimal raw beats by Brussels based midnight lurker Matthieu Levet, also part of the duo Carcass Identity. His live performance often turns the venue to a black hole of analog percussions and heavy distorted dub bass, drowning the audience in a splurge of electronic tonal and atonal dribble. After ‘Let’s Go There’ his first LP on Cold Moss, his new album ‘Invisible Design’ was just released on Czaszka Records.Previously performed in north and east Europe, UK, Japan (Cafe Oto, Salon des Amateurs, Kraak Festival, Forestlimit Tokyo) and toured with Bear Bones Lay Low, Accou, Spoils & Relics, CIA debutante, Descendeur, Uj Bala. “From Suicide to Add N To (X), there’s a grand tradition of brutish electronics that doesn’t care about technical innovation; these artists just switch on a drum machine and get down and dirty. It’s in this noble lineage that Belgian producer Carrageenan operates. These six long tracks (they range from six to 15 minutes) are all about the blunt, basic slam and judder of drum sounds, the snarl of distorted bass, and the squeal of synth resonance, repeated and repeated and repeated until your brain is numb and your feet are moving. They are brilliant.”
(Joe Muggs, Bandcamp Daily)



DJ Krem (a.k.a. Umbra, Baba Vanga)
DJ Krem is another alias of Marija Balubdžić, known as Umbra, as the virtuoso pianist Fritz Klein of the drag collective Efemerne Konfesije, as well as the author of the special edition of the show “Imaginarni Pejzaži” called “Zvuk ispod”, that airs on Radio Belgrade 3.


Lil Taty b2b Bolelee (Minor Adjustments)
As co-owners of the fresh new label from Belgrade called Minor Adjustments, Lil Taty and Bolelee are very active in stirring up and bringing vitality to the local leftfield electronic scene.
Lil Taty also curates the MURK Podcasts.

Preorder ANATEMA Vol.2 digital album: https://minoradjustmentsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/anatema-vol-2