Founded by sonic architect and explorer Robert Raths aka ghostworker in 2007, London-based label Erased Tapes is an independent record label that has consistently nurtured genre-defying artists whilst keeping an avant-garde ethos. This celebration pulls together some of their talent for a takeover of the Concert Hall akin to the much heralded Haunted Dancefloor event last year.
Electronic producer Rival Consoles headlines while legendary ensemble Penguin Cafe will also perform. There’s a Kiasmos DJ set from Janus Rasmussen, live performance from Galway-based American songsmith Peter Broderick, the return of Japanese voice artist Hatis Noit, a modular synth set from Brooklyn composer and Dawn of Midi-drummer Qasim Naqvi, the first Irish solo show from Berlin-based cellist and long-time Nils Frahm collaborator Anne Müller, plus a DJ set from the latest Erased Tapes family member, French avant-RnB producer Crayon. Pick and choose as you bounce about.
National Concert Hall, Saturday May 20.