Mary Lattimore, Daphne X, Stefan Fraunberger, Maraws

Start: 20:30
Entry: €10-12


Mary Lattimore is a harpist and composer living in Los Angeles. She experiments with her Lyon and Healy Concert Grand harp and effects. Her solo debut, The Withdrawing Room, was released in 2013 on Desire Path Recordings. Lattimore also writes harp parts for songs and recordings, performing and recording with such great artists as Meg Baird, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten, Jarvis Cocker, Kurt Vile, Steve Gunn, Ed Askew and Fursaxa.

Her 2014 record Slant of Light with guitarist/synth player/producer Jeff Zeigler was released by Thrill Jockey, which was followed by the two collaborating on a track for Ghostly Swim 2. Mary and Jeff also composed a score to Philippe Garrel’s 1968 experimental silent film Le Revelateur, and debuted it in Marfa, Texas along with the film. Her debut solo record for Ghostly International, At The Dam, was recorded during stops along a road trip across America and released in March 2016. The next year, she compiled sounds from her past life in Philadelphia for a cassette tape titled Collected Pieces. Following an appearance at Moogfest, she was invited by Sigur Ros to perform at their festival, Norður og niður, in Iceland. During a break from those events, she was awarded a residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where she recorded Hundreds of Days.

Released in May 2018 to acclaim from the likes of NPR, Pitchfork, and The New Yorker, Hundreds of Days presented an expression of mystified gratitude for the natural world. She capped off the banner year — which included international tours with Iceage and Kurt Vile, a performance with Harold Budd at Big Ears Festival, and an appearance on Billboard’s New Age charts — with two collaborative albums released on Three Lobed Recordings, one with Meg Baird and the other with Mac McCaughan. In January 2019, she shared Hundreds of Days Remixes, a collection featuring reworks by Steve Moore, Jónsi, Julianna Barwick, Alex Somers, Paul Corley, and others.

Silver Ladders, her third LP on Ghostly, sees Lattimore arriving at her most confident work to date, expanding her style of instrumental storytelling with the help of producer and guitarist Neil Halstead (Slowdive, Mojave 3). Recorded in Halstead’s studio near an old English surftown just before lockdown, the songs on Silver Ladders reflect Lattimore’s vivid memories against the gloom and glimmer of the ocean.


Daphne Xanthopoulou is a Greek sound artist and curator currently based in Linz, Austria. She uses digital sound processing to create uncompromising compositions exploring themes of neo-materialism and linguistics through field recordings and voice manipulation, mixing influences from club music to musique concrete. Her compositional technique is rooted in her practice of deep listening through which she facilitates the organic movement of the most prominent features of a perceived sound(scape) from musicality to noise, from harmony to dissonance, from linear to non-linear narratives, from language to nonsense and vice versa. With her writing, which is in the building block for her voice-based compositions, she explores themes related to ecology, communal story-telling, non-linearity, synaesthesia, feminism, de-colonialism, cybernetics, consciousness, psychoacoustic illusions, strange loops, Wentelteefjes, water. She is trained in piano, cello, western and Byzantine notation and theory and practices singing from an early age. She holds a degree in music therapy and has worked with people suffering from developmental disorders, an experience that has enriched her understanding of vocal expression and sonic interaction, bodily relations to sound and space, the affective potential of sound as a vibrational force and an holistic phenomenon, and the subversive inherence of intimacy and touch. Likewise the concept of communal healing, sonic agency, and multi sensorial stimulation is important in her artistic expression and the experience she wants to induce as a performer.


Stefan Fraunberger is an Austrian composer and artist exploring themes of transformation and liminality in sound, focusing on materiality in relation to perception. Stefan engages in electro-acoustic dialogue with different instruments, beings and agencies beyond nature and culture. By investigating embodied understandings of the uncanny, his work touches on time, matter, memory and transition.

Approaching music as a language of things, one connecting physical entities and interior states of being, lies at the core of his research into peripheries and imaginations relating human/non-human, material/spiritual domains.

Fraunberger holds a degree in electro-acoustic music and a diploma in Arabic language, oriental studies, and Euro-philosophy from the university of Vienna. One of is his main live-instruments, the hammered dulcimer, is used frequently in his Alpine homelands as well as in Eastern Europe and Central Asia – which reflects his shifting centre of gravity, interpolating between traditions and modernities ultimately bearing witness to our surroundings becoming alien through the very process of their unearthing.

Based in Vienna, he has lived and worked in Aleppo, Sana’a, Tehran, Sibiu, Benares, Brussels and unmentioned places for social work, residencies, research and studies. Stefan has studied several tongues and dialects. Since 2008 he has undergone sonic research in deserted fortified churches in Central-Transylvania – his long term project – “Quellgeister” – dealing with the influence of the non-human on terrestrial organ-machines. The third LP of recordings from the Quellgeister project was released 2019 on Morphine Records.

Fraunberger is frequently performing live with hammered dulcimers, creating installations and compositional-concepts for different materials, instruments, and media and has crafted sound for a variety of movies, radio plays and performances.


Simon Waldhör aka MARAws is a DJ, producer & promoter currently based in Vienna, who was socialized in between DIY- and popular culture. Growing up in the suburbs of Linz, they started experimenting with samples to create industrial sounds and noise-heavy drone music. Simultaneously they contributed to and worked on various local DIY-magazines and -events. After moving to Vienna, they co-founded the cassette label Jeopardize, which releases bedroom electronic music. Apart from that they are running the event series Augend&Addend together with Winona Hudec. A&A is an attempt to “undo the equation”, trying to have a low-threshold approach on contemporary club & electronic music tendencies. As a DJ MARAws navigates through grimy sound-textures and dismantled beats, trying to channel discontent and confusion.