Wanton Witch

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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Wanton Witch & Jose Vigers reflect on solemnity & abandoned pasts in the video for ‘Lament Ceremony’

14 April 2022

Wanton Witch released album Wanton Witch via Stroboscopic Artefacts on June 4, 2021, with the video for ‘Lament Ceremony’ premiering on AQNB today. The self-titled album soundtracks the Non Non Non label cofounder’s journey, from an isolated upbringing on the Borneo Island to creating queer staples within Bangkok’s nightlife community.

Joined by Berlin-based visual artist Jose Vigers, Wanton Witch opens up the world of ‘Lament Ceremony’, a dream-like plane with rooms collapsing into holographic symbols and totems. Wanton Witch’s abrasive club accentuates the video’s iconoclastic provocations, rushing the beat into scenes of a solemn face shifting between remnant interior traces. It’s an undeniably up-tempo anthem, charging into the unknown despite moments of bittersweet loss.**

 Wanton Witch’s self-titled album was released via Stroboscopic Artefacts on June 4, 2021.

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