Mon, 23.09.2024

Praterstern 5
1020 Wien

20:00 - doors
20:30 - PULVERIN (A)

Vk 18.- / Ak 20.-


MoE / Ikuro Takahashi
After seven Japan tours and collaborations with artists such as Keiji Haino, Ikuro Takahasi and Painjerk, MoE has decided to bring one of their favorite drummers from Japan to Europe. For the frst time in many years Ikuro Takahashi will be back in Europe.
MoE has collaborated with Takahashi several times in Japan, and have already released “Painted” (Relative Pitch, 2020) with Mette Rasmussen. Ikuro-San and MoE are currently working on a new release recorded in Sapporo in November 2023. The material is based on a mix of improvisation and new material.

Takahasi (b.1957) is a force of nature and is one of the most notable drummers from legendary Japanese band Fushitsusha, and an important voice on the Japanese psychedelic and experimental scene through the 80s and 90s with groups like High Rise, Kousokuya, Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Ché-SHIZU, Nagisa ni te, LSD March, Gu-N, and Akebonoizu, Tetsuya Umeda and Fumio Kosakai of Incapacitants. From 2000 to 2017 his work centered around Anoyo no Dekigoto, a unit with butoh dancer Yoko Murono. Since 2017 his work has mainly focused on solo, prints and installations.

MoE is a Norwegian rock band trapped inside two experimental musicians.
(Guro S. Moe and Håvard Skaset )
A janus-faced duo that is constantly drawn in both a melodic and abstract direction and is hard to categorize. For more than 15 years MoE have challenged the borders of music in a wide variety of formats. With saxophonist Mette Rasmussen they walked along the edge of free jazz, with the Japanese legends Keiji Haino and Ikuro Takahashi they have looked inside territories they hardly thought existed, with Lasse Marhaug they have sculpted monumental arctic noise, with Painjerk they have built bridges between electronic noise and rock music, and over the years the power trio situation has been deeply explored with a multitude of drummers from all over the world.
But the duo format has been the core ever since the dawn of the band in 2008, and when they frst tuned their compass to the sound of the likes of Suicide and DNA


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sind, Stimm -und Noiseakrobat Otto Horvath & Daniel Schatz (Primitive Studios)
Ottó Horváth ist Sänger, spielt Posaune und lebt in Berlin. Aufgewachsen in Innsbruck, beginnt er in diversen Bands sich mit Stimme als Instrument zu beschäftigen, Mikrofone mit Effekten und anderen Verfremdungen. Immer mit einer Vorliebe für merkwürdige Vocals in verschiedenen Sprachen und unkonventionelles Songwriting bis hin zur Improvisation. 2006 lernt er Posaune auf eigene Faust, erweitert damit sein Vokabular und entwickelt Stücke, die alleine genauso funktionieren wie in Zusammenarbeit mit Musikerinnen europaweit.
Daniel Schatz ist Sänger, Gitarrist, Grafiker und ist Teil der Tonstudiogemeinschaft Primitive Studios in Wien. In seiner Vergangenheit arbeitete er mit Künstlern wie Mats Gustafsson, Linda Sharrock, Ken Vandermark, Christoph Kurzmann, DD Kern, Phillip Quehenberger ua
Die Zwei (Brüder im Geiste) werken seit über 10 Jahren an den unterschiedlichsten Formationen und veröffentlichten im Mai das Doppel Album 'Mont Pulverin Society' und 'PELSO'

updated: 19.07.2024