- Tuesday 23 May - 2023
- 20 years old
Koloni: Nadja + Elin Piel
Nadja is a duo of multi-instrumentalist Aidan Baker and bassist Leah Buckareff—active since 2005—and making music which has been described as ambient doom, dreamsludge, or metalgaze, a signature sound which combines the atmospheric textures of shoegaze and ambient/electronic music with the heaviness, density, and volume of metal, noise, and industrial. Nadja has released numerous albums on many different underground labels—Alien8 Recordings, Daymare Records, Robotic Empire, Hydrahead Records, Gizeh Records, and Important Records, to name a few—including their own imprint, Broken Spine Productions. The duo has toured extensively around the world—including performances at such festivals as SXSW, FIMAV, Roadburn, Donaufest, Le Guess Who, Incubate, and Unsound—and has shared stages with artists like Earth, OM, Khanate, Neurosis, and Godflesh. Originally from Toronto, Canada, the duo now resides in Berlin, Germany.
Photo: Evalina Podolyanyuk
Elin Piel är en Göteborgsbaserad musiker som fokuserar på rytmiska repetitiva ljudlandskap. Ibland vilar hon i ljust glimrande ambienta världar för att i nästa ögonblick lyfta och sväva iväg upp i mörka orosmoln. Förra året släpptes albumet Satsuma Sunday på det japanske ettketten Muzan Editions. Den 17 mars släpps albumet ”Retina” på Chritsoffer Begrs nystartade bolag Rhythm Paint, och senare i år släpps ytligare ett album ytterligare en fullängdare på amerikanska bolaget Mystery Circles.
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