First Wave of Confirmed Artists Edition 16
Conoce el amplio rango de sensaciones sonoras y los nuevos híbridos entre creatividad y tecnología que nos esperan durante toda una semana.
As a preview of the multisensory oasis that we have prepared for our 16th Edition, we are pleased to present the First Wave of Confirmed Artists: this is just a part of the wide range of sound sensations and innovative hybrids between creativity and technology that are waiting for us throughout the week of MUTEK MX. With the surprises that come with the selection of new proposals and emerging artists, this is already shaping up to be a historical edition with the stellar performances of Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble, Murcof with visuals by Jimmy Lakatos, the Latin American debuts of Kelly Moran Grand Piano A/V and of Circle Of Live with Dorisburg, Frank Wiedemann (Âme live), Mathew Jonson & Sebastian Mullaert together for live jam collaborations, improvisation and solo explorations all night long, the Mexico premier of King Midas Sound, and the much-anticipated return of Fennesz.
The Passport and Nocturne Pass are available through Boletia. Get your Passport and Nocturne Pass here.
And of course, this November a series of installations, immersive experiences and A/V performances are coming to Mexico City, serving up a multisensory banquet for the festival’s audience and a source of inspiration for creative people looking for new intersections between technology, space and imagination:
Vessel & Pedro Maia UK+PT
Kelly Moran US
We’ve also prepared a guide, so you won’t miss anything in this year’s edition. The first part, delving into Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble, Kelly Moran Grand Piano A/V, and Bendik Giske, is now available on the official MUTEK MX app.
Here, you may listen to our official playlist to immerse yourself in the sonorous dimension of Edition 16, a succession of tracks that incite both in-depth listening with artists such as Fennesz, Murcof, King Midas Sound, and Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble, and intense dancing caused by the rhythmic overstimulation of Overmono, Batu and Deena Abdelwahed. Dig in!