Guro Skumsnes Moe
Mario de Vega
Paul Watson (BBBLOOD)
4th Edition. A four-day of experimental music and films celebrating silence and noise. This year the festival will present 8 acts per day in two different spaces: a main resonant hall for loud acts and a church hall for acoustic sets. It opens with the screening of Charlemagne Palestine, the Golden Sound, and performances.
[no.signal] presents a four-day festival of experimental music and films celebrating silence and noise
Sottovoce, now in its 4th year, is a London-based, multi-venue festival showcasing groundbreaking acts producing challenging, experimental music. Sottovoce aims to expose the experimental musical genre to new audiences whilst maintaining the familiar crowd interested in new forms of presentation.
This year the festival will be based at The Nave for Saturday and Sunday, where the festival will present 8 acts per day in two different spaces: a main resonant hall for loud acts and a church hall for acoustic sets.
Anna Zaradny (PL), Blood Stereo (GB), Carlos Casas (ES), Christian Munthe (SE), Christina Sehnaoui (LB), Evan Parker (GB), Guro Skumsnes Moe (NO), Havard Skaset (NO), Ida Lunden (SE), John Butcher (GB), John Duncan (US), John Wall (GB), Lina Lapelyte (LT), Mario de Vega (MX), Mark Durgan (GB), Martin Brandlmayr (AT), Paul Dunmall (GB), Paul Watson (BBBLOOD) (GB), Pulse Emitter (US), Robert Piotrowicz (PL), Rogelio Sosa (MX), S.Moe / Skaset (NO)
Charlemagne Palestine, the Golden Sound (2011)
Soldier of The Road, a Portrait of Peter Brötzmann (2011)
Austrian shorts programme including Barbara Doser, Billy Roisz, Gustav Deutsch, Manuel Knapp, Nana Swiczinsky, Tina Frank
Inside Out in the Open (2002)
The festival opens on Thursday 29th September h 7.45 pm with the screening of Charlemagne Palestine, the Golden Sound, from director Anne Maregiano; and performances by Paul Watson (GB) 9.45 pm, Lina Lapelyte (LT) 10.30 pm.
The Nave (1 St Paul's Road, Islington N1 2QN), Bethnal Green Working Men's Club (42-44 Pollard Row, Dalston E2 6NB), Cafe OTO (18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston E8 3DL), LUX/Electra (Shacklewell Studios, 18 Shacklewell Lane E8 2EZ)
Single events From £5 to £10 per event
Pass £30 Full Festival Pass (£25 Early Bird Pass until September 1st) includes digital compilation, complimentary drink, free entrance to all events, Sunday brunch