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🌿 Thursday, 22. February LISTENING SESSION* + RELEASE

RSVP for location (limited capacity): office@strumandiodine.com

Open discussion moderated by Conny Frischauf, Samo Zeichen & Shilla Strelka

JESSICA EKOMANE – “Palestine Mix”

Jessica Ekomane is a French-born and Berlin-based electronic musician and sound artist. She creates situations where the sound acts as a transformative element for the space and the audience. Her quadraphonic performances, characterized by their physical affect, seek a cathartic effect through the interplay of psychoacoustics, the perception of rhythmic structures and the interchange of noise and melody. Her ever-changing and immersive sonic landscapes are grounded in questions such as the relationship between individual perception and collective dynamics or the investigation of listening expectations and their societal roots. Her first LP Multivocal was released in 2019 via Important Records. Since then, her work has been extensively presented in festivals, venues, contemporary art spaces and museums across the world. She was one of the fellows in residence for the villa Romana Prize 2023 in Florence.


BELA – “4 Years (Feudalist Capital)”

Originally from Paju, South Korea, bela(they/them) is a Berlin-based musician and performance artist. They vigorously work towards embodying queerness and class consciousness by using laptop electronics and metal-inspired vocal techniques to actualise highly conceptual ideas into discrete sound-objects. On their latest release, the Guidelines EP, they challenge the binary of westernized club music versus conditional acceptance of traditional aesthetics by exclusively using instrumental Korean folk music rhythms that do not conform to the typical 4/4, 16-beat time signature. As a follow-up to this project, they are currently working on presenting their debut LP in the first half of 2024.


LUKAS KOENIG – “Woodrow”

Lukas Koenig is a drummer and percussionist, based in Vienna. He is known for his collaborative approach, working with Reggie Washington, Malcolm Braff, Steven Bernstein, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Audrey Chen, Julien Desprez, Chris Pitsiokos, Moormother, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Briggan Krauss, Dorian Concept, Leo Riegler, Freya Edmondes, Peter Kutin, Nik Hummer, Michael Fischer, Shahzad Isamaily, Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, Elliott Sharp, Almog Sharvit, Brandon Seabrock, Adam O’Farrell, David Leon, MC Sensational, Elvin Brandhi, Petter Eldh, Otis Sandsjö, Klangforum Wien, Bilderbuch, and many more.


AUDREY CHEN – “Sharpest Tongue”

Audrey Chen is a 2nd generation Chinese/Taiwanese-American musician who is using the voice, cello and analog electronics. Chen’s work delves deeply into her own version of narrative and non-linear storytelling. A large component of her music is improvised, is completely un-processed and her approach to this is extremely personal and visceral. Her playing explores the combination and layering of an analog synthesizer, preparations and traditional and extended techniques in both the voice and cello. She works to join these elements into a singular ecstatic personal language.



Tintin Patrone is a German-Filipino composer and sound artist currently based in Hamburg. With a focus on minimal sound work and long-duration performances, Tintin’s artistic endeavours are deeply influenced by her studies in microtonality. Using a trombone and a range of modulation devices, she crafts compositions that gradually unfold, featuring sustained tones that create a contemplative atmosphere.



isocialbutterflyy is an artist, costume designer and DJ currently based in Vienna. She originally founded the POSSY collective in 2017, due to a lack of FLINTA* visibility in Hamburg’s club scene. isocialbutterflyy investigates interdisciplinarity and seeks unknown images in sound, film and theatre. Her DJ-sets range from spherical surfaces to broken beats, from pop to jungle and trance, to ambient and spoken word.