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IVVVO (PT) + We Will Fail (PL) + Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (US)

Ke Sklárně 3213/15, Praha MeetFactory
IVVVO (PT) + We Will Fail (PL) + Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (US)IVVVO (PT) + We Will Fail (PL) + Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (US)

14. 4. 19:00

This evening is part of Public House event.



IVVVO is a Portuguese musician and co-founder of the rekord label Terrain Ahead. His music has been released by a number of different labels, including moun10, Opal Tapes, Public Information and Fouorth Wave. A Czech premiere.

We Will Fail (PL)

We Will Fail is a project by Aleksandra Grünholz. In 2014 she debuted with a two part album called Verstorung (MonotypeRec.) to positive review. We Will Fail´s music is hard to classify. The main focus is on rhytm, bringing association with techno and club music, however the artist vlaims that her sis listening ether than dance music. Grünholz has performed in London, Berlin, Malmö, Budapest and blond, at festivals such as CTM and Unsound (in Kraków and Toronto) and many more. In 2016 MonotypeRec. Will repase her new album toled Hand That Heals/Hand That Bites. A Czech premiere.  

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (US)
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith attended Berklee College of Music, where she studied composition and sound engineering, initially focusing on her voice as her primary instrument, before switching to classical guitar and piano. She employed many of the skills she refined in college in her indie-folk band Ever Isles, but a fateful encounter with a neighbor who lent her a Buchla 100 synthesizer, had a profound effect on her. Mesmerized by the Buchla’s potential, she explains "I got so distracted and enamored with the process of making sounds with it that I abandoned the next Ever Isles album." Starting with rhythmic patterns and melodic pulses, she soon began sculpting lush and exciting worlds of sound. A Czech premiere.  

The shows of We Will Fail and IVVVO are supported by the 2016 SHAPE platform, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.