Doors 14:30, Music 15:00 tickets 8-20 (Sliding Scale)
The last Ruisburo of the season filled with ambient and experimental music by Orphax and the collective Wanderwelle, known for their vinyl albums and impressive live performances.
Orphax is a musical project by Sietse van Erve with the focus on minimal ambient and drone music. In the music there is a development towards microtonal sounds, where time and spatiality are important factors. In this form of working the eventual result can be a static form of sound where development in the music becomes subordinate to the listener losing any sense of time.
The collective Wanderwelle, consisting of Alexander Bartels (1993) and Phil van Dulm (1993), works with sound and imagery. Their music resides in the twilight zone of ominous ambient and experimental music which they perform with a vast arsenal of electronic, acoustic and self-made instruments. In a brief period, they became known for their vinyl albums and live performances ranging from art galleries to Koninklijk Theater Carré. Currently, their climate crisis-inspired album trilogy is being released on the prestigious, American label Important Records. This summer, the Eye Filmmuseum is screening their debut film, The Four Nightmares, and an accompanying video installation.