Friday 19. 5.
For those that are not familiar, Thylacine is a fearless experimental French producer known for his progressive sounds and dewy electronic(a). He has developed a taste for composing through travel, each album that followed was always synonymous with encounters and discoveries. The aim is to combine music and image and to aide us in the discovery and navigate his world through this sonic voyage. Discover here his new opus “9 Pieces” – which does what it says on the box : 9 pieces to be assembled in order to reconstitute a puzzle and immerse oneself in the universe of Thylacine. For his fourth album, “9 Pieces”, producer and multi-instrumentalist Thylacine has assembled a collection of tracks produced over the past few years. These puzzle pieces take the listener on a trip from Norway's frozen sea to the Bosphorus's shores. His synthesizers are coupled with traditional instruments, including saxophone and piano, to construct nine delicate and catchy vignettes.
BOWRAIN (1983, Ljubljana) is a Slovenian composer, pianist, and music producer. He received his music education at the Conservatorium of Rotterdam and Amsterdam as well as at the Temple University, Philadelphia, USA. In 2014, he released his debut album Far Out, followed in 2017 by the album Distracted, and in 2020 his last live album project 2020 Seconds Alive. His latest album entitled Not Exactly Lost, was released in 2022 in a collaboration with Slovenian musician and painter Luka Uršič – KALU. Apart from albums, he has released several singles and several EP’s. He performed internationally in Europe, United States and South Africa.
Among others, he has worked or performed with Shabaka Hutchings, Tom Herbert, Simon Goff, Drago Ivanuša, Sašo Vollmaier, Denis Beganović…and has performed as a support to main acts such as LAMB, Garden City Movement, Perera Elsewhere among others. Between 2018 – 2019, he has been a collaborator of South-African collective The Brother Moves On. His most recent music performances include; The Orbit Jazz Club (SA), Church of Sound (UK), Alice Cph (DK), Flagey (BE), Tallinn Music Week (EE), Eurosonic Noorderslag (NL), Westway Lab Festival (PT), Goethe Institute (NL), Musicbox Lisboa (PT), Symphony Hall Stage (UK), Sofar Sound London (UK)…
Apart from creating his own music, Bowrain has composed music for several works in the field of visual, performing arts and theatre.
In October 2022 he composed music for Slovenian national ceremonial day in collaboration with slovene film and theater director Damjan Kozole. Between 2020 – 2021 he performed at Ljubljana's Gallus Hall of Cankarjev Dom together with pianist and composer Vollmaier. In 2015 he was a performer and a composer for the project »UTTER / The violent necessity for the embodied presence of hope” by JAŠA, presented in the Slovenian Pavilion of 56th Venice Art Biennial (IT).
This show is supported by Liveurope, the first pan-European initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote emerging European artists. Liveurope is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union