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MKM on a three-city tour

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From harsh rhythmic noise to rich sonorities…
presenting the Swiss electronic music group


Günter Müller (iPods, electronics)
Jason Kahn (modular synthesizer) and
Norbert Möslang (cracked everyday – electronics)

Delhi | Monday 11 February 2019
Performance at KHOJ International Artists Association, S-17, Khirkee Extension Delhi
organised in partnership with KHOJ

Delhi | Tuesday 12 February 2019
Workshop at AUD Delhi
organised in partnership with Ambadkar University Delhi

Bengaluru | Thursday 14 February 2019
Workshop / Lecture at ArtScienceBLR
organised in partnership with Indian Sonic Research Organization

Bengaluru | Friday 15 February 2019
Performance at The Courtyard
organised in partnership with Indian Sonic Research Organization

Guwahati | Sunday 17 February 2019
Workshop & performance at Media Lab, IIT Guwahati
organised in partnership with Desire Machine Collective

Entry as per venue regulations
Workshop details will be uploaded shortly.

About the Trio
Günter Müller (iPods, electronics), Jason Kahn (modular synthesizer) and Norbert Möslang (cracked everyday-electronics) formed the electronic music group MKM in 2006, giving their first concert at Tokyo University while on tour in Japan. Since then they’ve performed in the USA, Canada, Korea, Europe, Russia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Columbia, released seven CD’s and collaborated with many international musicians. Previous tours have been made possible with the generous support of Pro Helvetia, SUISA Stiftung, Schweizer Interpretenstiftung, Kanton St. Gallen and Kanton Baselland.

One idea central to the group’s work has been to place their music outside the comfort zone of the normal experimental music platforms. To these ends, MKM has always sought to play in situations where this music might not be well-known or even ever heard before. This not only provides an impetus to push the music further by being open to the influence of other cultures or collaborating with local artists, but also creates an important bridge between experimental arts practices here in Switzerland and other cultures around the world.