NØVAK musical Tuesdays

Fame Chimica + Primo Gabbiano + Visual Pal + Jose Mas + Tecib

NØVAK a l'Antic

Tuesday November 28th at 8,30pm.
Duration: 120 min
Tickets: 8 euros ONLINE // 10 euros BOX OFFICE (with DVD)



Fame Chimica is a hybrid contemporary art group specialising in performative actions, audiovisual installations and art, consisting of Paloma Sánchez, Sheila Moreno, Jennifer Moreno and Antonio Clavijo: visual and sound artists, artistic curators and graphic designers who show us different contemporary ways of understanding reality.

Antonio Clavijo Victori is a musician and visual artist from Barcelona who, as Primo Gabbiano, explores the more experimental side of music using drones, soundscapes, noise, ambient and primitive electronica. His set is highly visual and is practicallly an installation in intself.

Paloma Sánchez Castaño is Visual Pal, a visual artist from Barcelona. Her artistic career has focused on the creation of videographic pieces, audiovisual installations, and live sets as VJ.

Jose Mas is a photographer, director of photography for video and film, and screenwriter, and has been working professionally in these areas for many years. He also produces and makes his own films (from an artistic and avant garde perspective that eschews conventionality). On top of that, he’s a musician…

Tecib is the stage name used by Fermín Durán since the beginning of 2016 for his solo projects. Predominantly experimental electronica, he tries to be less and less classifiable, other than in the use of electronica in his work. Dark Light (Nøvak, 2016) is his first long play release.

NØVAK are a record label, based in Barcelona, who see no difference between electricity and electronica. They worship the cd and champion locally made products. They spread stylistic chaos and encourage impossible mixes, as well as creating events where their products can be presented absolutely live.

SELF is a webzine, the natural evolution of the hard copy electronic music fanzine of the same name that emerged, evolved and died towards the end of last century. It aims to promote interesting, locally created, cutting-edge music that defies being labelled

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