Zorro day 2

zorro B

Chris Imler (ger) Fyoelk (nl) Mika Oki (b)



Chris Imler (ger) Fyoelk (nl) Mika Oki (b)

Thank you for supporting and coming to our a 3 day mini-festival Zorro. We want to create a fun, inspiring and safe event for you in Brussels. All proceedings are going to the artists. It are special times, so we need to take some special measurements in order to keep it safe and sane for everyone and avoid troubles and fines. 
Please come with a mask and get comfortable in your bubble. Bring an umbrella in case of showers.

Doors will open at 6pm. The first act is playing at 7pm. 
everything is taking place outdoors, so the live music has to be over by 10pm. Curfew is midnight. 

Brought to you by ateliers claus x les actionnaires at la vallée in molenbeek with the support of VGC Staycation. 

18:00 DOORS
19:00 Mika Oki
20:00 Fyoelk
21:00 Chris Imler

Mika Oki is a French-Japanese visual and sound artist, living and working in Brussels. With a background in sculpture and electro-acoustic music, she explores the notion of intangible spaces and emotional landscapes through video and sound installations, using abstract sound textures, and kinetic mental images.

Fyoelk though its not electronics in the scarf and squeal sense, but bleepy soft and semi musical. could fit in between ten different types of artists comfortably from the clicky IDM to the minimal electronics, snuggling right up against something almost danceable but glitchy like max tundra. still, it's none of these, and has a nice soft mood to it that feels like being in a warm unknown kitchen alone.

Chris Imler is an industry veteran, a jack-of-all-trades, a drum dandy, a beat prophet, and an unmatched player in the Berlin indie scene. He has generated rhythm for artists as diverse as the Golden Showers, Peaches, Jens Friebe, and, most recently, Oum Shatt, but most of all he works for himself: Chris Imler – Chris Imler solo – Chris Imler live. Imler’s live performances always grow out of rhythm. His beats and samples, which are both pre-programmed and played live, form the backbones of his songs. In a cold-sweated style à la DAF or evoking a present-day Cabaret Voltaire, these songs bring together melodies and lyrics that take root somewhere between the gold buyers of Kreuzberg and the concrete techno dungeons of the big city.

with the support from Staycation BXL by VGC