Corsica Studios

What's on Saturday 1st July

  • Grey Matter

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    • SHXCXCHCXSH (live)
      Stanislav Tolkachev (live)
      Phase Fatale
      Flaminia (live)
      Pleiades
      Øliver

    SHXCXCHCXSH (live)

    Stanislav Tolkachev (live)

    Phase Fatale

    Flaminia (live)

    Pleiades

    Øliver

    We mark two years of Grey Matter. For the occasion, we’ll be taking over Corsica Studios, welcoming three genre-bending artists to London, alongside our residents.

    SHXCXCHCXSH –

    The experimental Swedish duo have retained an air of mystery around their project, accepting very few interviews, their music is left to speak for itself. A vast catalogue of releases also includes three full-length LP’s, all of which are masterful works. Categorising the sound of the project would be a disservice, as it skilfully weaves through industrialised distortion, to sparse and dark atmospheres. They return to London after almost 4 years, armed with their machines and an extended live set.

    Stanislav Tolkachev –

    Considered an elusive character in techno, avoiding the spotlight, Stanislav has always focused on his output rather than his following. Producing for almost 20 years, he has an extensive discography by anyone’s measure. Possessing an ever-evolving sound, his music continuously emits originality, breaking genre boundaries with an intellectual, yet raw touch. The Ukrainian artist joins us for his London debut, bringing his hardware-heavy live set to Corsica’s Funktion-One system.

    Phase Fatale –

    The project of Berlin-based New Yorker Hayden Payne. Phase Fatale has a non-purist approach to techno, positioning himself as a key figure in the industrial techno movement. Originally part of a post-punk/new wave band, his take on techno has a distinct and powerfully gritty edge. With two full-strength EP’s on Jealous God, Phase Fatale readies for his debut on Unterton, the sub-label of Berghain’s in-house Ostgut Ton. Expect an all-out, 3h+ extended set.

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