Simian Mobile Disco “Whorl" / German premiere Gajek

Part of "CTM 2015 – Un Tune"


London duo James Ford and Jas Shaw, aka Simian Mobile Disco, return to CTM in support of their new full-length, Whorl. Remembered as a CTM 2013 highlight, SMD combine their recent move into highly textured atmospheric soundscapes with their signature body-moving dance tracks.

Gajek’s new album, Restless Shapes, was drawn from a wealth of music that ran the gamut “from post-rocky electronica to complex and moody renderings of intricate introverted beat structures to mutant dance music” before being passed on to Modeselektor for release on their Monkeytown Records in October.


  • Past
    Tue 27.1.2015, 19:30 / HAU1


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