Time : 10:00 PM – Sunday March 02, 2014, 11:30 PM Venue : various venues throughout the city
Lunice, Egyptian Lover, Killer Mike, Araabmuzik, Jeremy Greenspan, DJ Yella, Tommy Kruise, Prison Garde & more.
The Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp hits Montreal for a dazzling four day musical takeover from February 27th to March 2nd. Twenty handpicked participants from all over Canada will be put through their paces by local and international creative pioneers, such as Academy graduate and fearless turbo crunk wizard Lunice, Outkast intimus and El-P collaborator Killer Mike, West Coast electro rap pioneer Egyptian Lover, hyper fast MPC whizz kid Araabmuzik, Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan and many others. During the day they’ll be hosting lectures, workshops and studio sessions at the Phi Centre (407 Saint-Pierre Street) and at night they hit the clubs alongside the participants in various venues throughout the city.
Thursday, 27th February, 22:00, $11.50 Lunice, Tommy Kruise, High Klassified, Shash'u @ Le Belmont, 4483 Boulevard St-Laurent
Marinella Senatore, Estman Radio Station, 2014 Courtesy: the artist and Mot International, London/Brussels Photo: Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Gunnar Meier
All people are invited to contribute to a free radio project. The submission is open to everybody and every language.
ESTMAN RADIO is an ongoing free podcast radio by Italian artist Marinella Senatore that gives to all the possibility of sharing sounds and opinions. You are invited to contribute to ESTMAN RADIO by submitting your radio dramas, lectures, music, speeches, debates, interviews, sound art works, stories, ideas etc.
At Marine–lla Senatore's exhibition «Public Secrets» at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen (February 1 until April 13, 2014) there is a “self-service” radio station inviting all people to record their own projects. So come to Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen for your recording! Or send your contribution with your name, a title and a synopsis directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the artist
Marinella Senatore’s practice is characterized by public participation. The idea is to foster the creative power of a crowd, initiating a dialogue between history, culture and social structures. Senatore’s work is to be experienced by everyone, inviting us to create a participative work in which everybody can play a role.