Renewing the festival’s long running relationship with Red Bull Music, this year takes the collaboration into new territory. Literally. Sunday afternoon, MUTEK moves uptown to Outremont to the Virage with a free outdoor program that nods to the richness of Montréal’s local scene:
Dasha Rush (RU) / Frankie Teardrop (CA/QC) DJ Set / Jann Tomaro & Mikael Tobias (CA/QC) / Minimal Violence (CA) / Skinnybones (CA/QC) / softcoresoft (CA/QC) / Teo Zamudio (CA/QC)
Behind the regular Never Apart noise and ambient meditation Practice series, Jann Tomaro will be joined by Mikael Tobias to embody a spirit of deep listening and open the day with their transportive sound work; performing live in techno duo LADA during the festival, Dasha Rush releases her moody, textural ambient personality; local artist Skinnybones, associated with the Knife & Fork Crew performs his eccentric range of styles; susy.technology member, visual artist and sound designer Teo Zamudio takes over with his brooding and balearic grooves; LIP founder and queer party protagonist Frankie Teardrop delivers one of her electric DJ sets; LAGOM collective representative and scene busy bee softcoresoft gives a live set of her acid-laced techno—and Vancouver punk-technoists Minimal Violence complete the open air adventure.