Xerox Exotique #050: BLYPKEN – Diego Noguera – 17.07.2019

BLYPKEN is an avant-electronica project started in 2017 by Romanian composer and producer George D. Stanciulescu.. BLYPKEN describes his music as “neurowave”. It is focused on the more futuristic dimensions of the arthouse dance sound, revealing a deconstructed blend of noisy techno, post-industrial, ambient and a wide array of experimental electronic dimensions with an atmospheric edge. The first work, “The Fetishamanic Maze”, was debuted as an audiovisual performance in May 2017, at Live Performers Meeting at RADION Amsterdam. The debut release “0102: Transcend/Transfigure” was launched by Swedish label The Sublunar Society in September 2017, followed by “Hylemorph”, a 16 minutes long opus issued in April 2018 by US label #Feelings. He performed so far various live shows in Netherlands, UK, Austria, Germany, Ireland, France, Poland, Estonia, Switzerland and Spain.

Diego Noguera is a Berlin based composer, music producer, actor and theatre director, born in Santiago, Chile (1982). He studied musical composition and esthetics at Universidad Católica de Chile and theatre at the Fernando González theatre club. He has composed for over 40 pieces in theatre, film and dance, working alongside directors like Marcelo Alonso, Cristián Plana, Manuela Infante, Hector Noguera, José Vidal, Vicente Ruiz, Alejandro Moreno and Elizabeth Rodríguez, amongst others. In August 2015 he premieres his first piece for electronic and orchestra in the Teatro Municipal de Santiago. This work was written for a José Vidal choreography, with whom starts a collaboration that remains until today. In this same year starts “País Violento” an electronic music project with his brother Damián. In 2018 he premieres “Idomenéo”, a theatre/dance play, directed by Manuela Infante. He recently premiered “Emergnece” with José Vidal in Kampnagel, Hamburg. In 2019 he signs with Pirotecnia records for his first solo EP “Soñe que iba a dormer bien” (“I dreamt I was going to sleep well”).

17.07.2019, doors open at 20:00, starts at 20:30
Admission 7 Euros
INM – Institut für Neue Medien, Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt am Main
Entrance is on the right side of the building, then go all the way to the top.

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