BRDCST BY NGHT Zuli + Zoë McPherson
Deconstructed dance and disorienting beats straight from Cairo.
A striking trendsetter last year was Egyptian producer, multi-instrumentalist and sound-artist ZULI. His album ‘Terminal’ – which was released on the UIQ label of Lee Gamble – even made it into the Top 3 of the year-end charts at The Wire. Pitchfork described his sound as ‘the type of frenzied techno that has wormed its way into the audacious sets of Lee Gamble, Machine Woman and Aphex Twin.’ He generously seasons his distorted techno however with industrial hip-hop, trap and ‘cut up voices from Egyptian MC’s and mourning chants.’ Pitchfork praised ‘Terminal’ as ’a head-nodding and brain-boggling work of art.’
Interdisciplinary artist Zoë McPherson alternates between Brussels and Berlin, where she is currently working on three new singles and music for dance choreographies. As DJ she crosses trippy field-recordings and energetic percussive club music.
23:00 - 00:00 Zoë McPherson
00:00 - 01:30 ZULI
01:30 - 03:00 Zoë McPherson
Part of BRDCST, the indoor spring festival organised by Ancienne Belgique.