Hindi/Di Placido + Duo Tuerlinckx/Adachi
Duo Hindi/Di Placido
Jassem Hindi: Broken objects, diverted machines
Olivier Di Placido: prepared guitar, pick ups
Nervous cuts and fast dynamic changes in a sea of abrasive sounds. Di Placido / Hindi perform a musique concrete sullied by a live practice and a love of danger. A territory filled by broken guitars, lo-fi field recordings, magnetic fields, scraps, idiots.
Anaïs Tuerlinckx (inside piano)
Tomomi Adachi (live-processing, voice, outside piano)
10 contact microphones pick up noises from Tuerlinckx' inside piano and objects. Adachi transforms them into thundering electronic sounds. Harsh and dynamic interactions among piano, voice and electronics.
Anaïs Tuerlinckx is a pianist from Brussels.
She moved to Berlin in 2008, interested in the local improvised music scene.
Tending to a rather physical and expending way of playing, her performances are characterized by a decidedly harsh and noisy but at the same time elegiac, breezy and spacious sound.
Tomomi Adachi is a composer, voice performer, sound poet and instrument builder from Tokyo. Known for his versatile style, he has performed his own voice and electronics pieces, site-specific compositions, choir pieces for untrained musicians, improvised music and contemporary music in all over the world including Tate Modern, Maerzmusik, Centre Pompidou and Poesiefestival Berlin.
CDs include the solo album from Tzadik, Omegapoint and naya records. He was a guest of the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD for 2012.