Do, 02/03/2023, 20:00 Uhr

Alan Courtis | Mattin

Alan Courtis, electric guitar, voice & tape solo
Mattin, audience & computer solo

March 7 | Doors 20:00 | Concert 20:30
Karl-Marx-Straße 28, Berlin

Avant-garde psychodelia meets deep listening with Alan Courtis of The Reynols; conceptual improvisation meets social realism with artist, musician, and theorist Mattin.

ALAN COURTIS (aka Anla Courtis) has been working in the fields of sound art, electroacoustic music, drone, noise, improvisation, and composition. Founding member of Reynols, he’s also part of the French group L’Autopsie a révélé que la mort était due à l’Autopsie. His written music has been played by ensembles from England, Thailand, Switzerland, Wales, Netherlands, Mexico, Canada, United States, Spain and South America. He has been commissioned by Phoenix Basel Ensemble and Český Rozhlas and was artist-in-residence at EMS (Stockholm), GRM (Paris), Cafe Oto (London), USF (Bergen), and elsewhere. He has more than 500 solo releases and collaborations to his credit.

MATTIN is an artist, musician and theorist working conceptually with noise and improvisation. Through his practice and writing he explores performative forms of estrangement as a way to deal with structural alienation. Mattin has toured and exhibited worldwide. He has performed in festivals such as Sonic Protest (Paris), Performa (NYC), No Fun (NYC), Club Transmediale (Berlin), Arika (Glasgow) and Tsonamic Festival (Valparaiso). Along with Anthony Iles he edited the book Noise & Capitalism (Kritika/Arteleku 2009). In 2022, Urbanomic published his book Social Dissonance. Mattin is part of the bands Billy Bao and Regler and has over 100 releases in different labels worldwide. Mattin is and currently co-hosting with Miguel Prado the podcast Social Discipline and he is also part of Noise Research Union with Cecile Malaspine, Sonia de Jager, Miguel Prado, and Inigo Wilkins. IN 2017, Mattin took part in documenta14 in Athens and Kassel.

  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: Doors 20:00 / Concert 20:30
  • KM28
  • Karl-Marx Str. 28, Berlin