Lunchmeat Festival

Lunchmeat announces the first artists for their 2022 festival, including μ-Ziq, Paraadiso (TSVI & Seven Orbits), SKY H1 & Mika Oki, Wanton Witch & more

24 May 2022

Lunchmeat festival has announced the first artists of their 2022 edition, running across various venues in Prague from September 26 to October 1.

Building on the festival’s reputation for championing audio-visual commissions, Lunchmeat 2022 celebrate’s this year’s return to international creative collaborations with the theme See you dancin’. Performances and world premieres include a new live show from Lucy and Wanton Witch, whose ‘Latent Ceremony’ music video was premiered on AQNB earlier this year. Paraadiso, a collaboration between TSVI and Seven Orbits, draw inspiration from ancient gatherings and collective physical experiences, while Blackhaine presents his post-industrial “visions of urban decay and drill-noise sonic fiction.” Today’s announcement also includes the likes of μ-Ziq, Squarepusher, SKY H1 and Mika Oki, as well as AV artists including h5io6i54k, Pedro Maia and more.

See Lunchmeat’s website for the full announcement and tickets.**

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Lunchmeat Festival announces the second wave of its 2021 edition with a Hyperdub showcase, Prison Religion, & premiere audiovisual performances

16 September 2021

Lunchmeat Festival is hosting its 2021 edition from September 27 to October 2 in Prague. In its eleventh year, the event reflects movements within contemporary electronic music and has recently added a Hyperdub showcase and Prison Religion to the bill.

“So far Lunchmeat has had very eclectic dramaturgy,” remarks one of the festival’s organizers Jakub Pešek in the press statement on its previous years and the shift in curation towards three cornerstone events that comprise the 2021 program. The first will be a Hyperdub showcase with Kode9, Loraine James, and Lee Gamble, after which two nights— a club night and listening experience— will follow. A slew of audiovisual performances will also make their world debut at the festival, including one between Denmark’s Lyra Valenza and Signe De. The bill also includes Lyra Pramuk, AYA, and GTA Soundsystem from the Czech Republic.**

Lunchmeat Festival runs from September 27 to October 2 at various locations in Prague. Visit their website for more information or purchase tickets here.

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