L.E.V. Festival 2011 SBTRKT
XL Recordings/Young Turks, United Kingdom
L.E.V. Festival 2011 John Hopkins
Domino Records, United Kingdom
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Alex Posada
Artist, musician, and hardware developer for artistic projects.
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Ital Tek
Planet Mu, United Kingdom
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Apparat
Shitkatapult, Germany
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Photek
Photek Productions, United Kingdom
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Harmonic313
Warp Records, Australia
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Darkstar
Hyperdub, United Kingdom
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Architectural
Architectural Recs / Spain
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Juanjo Palacios
Sound artist and phonographist
L.E.V. Festival 2011 Thr3hold
Thr3hold is a collective born in Gijón (Spain) in 2008 bringing together common visions and worries from its three members: María Fernandez, Rodolfo Lillo and Borja Requena, who also carries out a personal music project called Aermneme
L.E.V. Festival 2011
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Apr
2011
29
Apr
2011
The fifth edition of Visual Electronics Laboratory, designed and conceived by the collective Datatron 0x3F, co-produced by Laboral City of Culture and with LABoral Art & Industrial Creation Center as the main sponsor, will provide an overview of the highest quality on the broad spectrum of styles present at the creation linked to electronic music.

L.E.V. Festival 2011

The fifth edition of Visual Electronics Laboratory, designed and conceived by the collective Datatron 0x3F, co-produced by Laboral City of Culture and with LABoral Art & Industrial Creation Center as the main sponsor, will provide an overview of the highest quality on the broad spectrum of styles present at the creation linked to electronic music.

29
Apr
2011
30
Apr
2011

The fifth edition of Visual Electronics Laboratory, designed and conceived by the collective Datatron 0x3F, co-produced by Laboral City of Culture and with LABoral Art & Industrial Creation Center as the main sponsor, will provide an overview of the highest quality on the broad spectrum of styles present at the creation linked to electronic music.

The latest  sounds

Photek, Jóhann Jóhannsson, King Midas Sound, Jon Hopkins, Harmonic 313, Darkstar…. L.E.V. bet once again to show the variety in electronic music creation, with a line-up where you can find young talents as established artistsa. Researching into the evolution of the sound, in the development of new codes and languages that give us as result, the beginning of new music styles.

Audiovisual creation

At L.E.V. 2011 we can enjoy some of the latest audiovisual works. Canadian artist Herman Kolgen will show his latest high definition projects: “Inject” and “Dust”, the german visual collective Transforma, together with graphic designer Yro, will show “Asynthome”, an audiovisual project in which Transforma and YRO convert the stage into a laboratory of pure experimentation.

Call L.E.V. – ScannerFM

The Visual Electronic Laboratory and ScannerFM return to work together one year again by offering a call for artists to promote and facilitate the diffusion of new electronic music makers of Spain.

Deadline for submissions is March the 30th.

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