UNIQUE CONCERTS IN A 16th CENTURY GOTHIC CHURCH, THEN DANCING LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW: ROLL ON THE END

The End continues, and every day our festival schedule becomes more packed! In the daylight hours, we recommend that you visit the free discussion panels in Bunkier Sztuki. Today, we begin with three events presented with The Wire: Dave Tompkins will revisit a BBC adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s “There Will Come Soft Rains”, then Biosphere, Lustmord and MFO will discuss the making of TRINITY and Mark Pilkington will delve into the relationships between British music and the occult. Last but not least, Hieroglyphic Being will come to Bunkier Sztuki for an RA Live Exchange with Todd L. Burns.

Another highly recommended event is Niski Szum and Mazzoll in Klub RE, a meeting of two undisputed legends of Polish advanced music. The concert is free but come early to ensure that you’ll get a place as this is sure to be popular. Doors open 4:30pm, concerts start at 5:00pm.

At 6:30on in St. Katherine’s church we’ll open doors to present “The immense archives of the sky” with Julia Holter and Sinfonia Iuventus quartet, followed by the live premiere of Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin’s collaborative material. We will do our best to sell extra tickets at the door for this event after we have seated guests who already have a reserved place – please turn up if interested.

Afterwards, the striking force of Gathaspar, Holly Herndon, Evian Christ, Emptyset, Factory Floor and Shed will present a variety of approaches to rhythm. You can still get your tickets at our office (Florianska 18 in Galeria Pauza) and at the door if not sold out.

Note: we have released a number of extra tickets to the aTelecine / Ben Frost / Raime show at the Engineering Museum on Sat 21. Come to the festival office to try to snap one up.

See you soon!