Termine und Tickets

05.10.'21, 20:00 Chelsea
U-Bahnbögen 29-30, 1080 Wien, Österreich


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The Night of Drummers
Veranstaltungsort: Chelsea
U-Bahnbögen 29-30, 1080 Wien, Österreich

Einlass: 19:30 Uhr
Beginn: 20:00 Uhr

Drummer, percussionist and artist Julian Sartorius forms sounds into previously unseen shapes. His precise and multi-layered rhythmical patterns are keen excursions into the hidden tones of found objects and prepared instruments, bridging the gap between organic timbres and the vocabulary of (experimental) electronic music. Julian Sartorius has released numerous solo albums, creates audiovisual art works, collaborates with musicians, writers and artist and performs live in intimate venues and on festival stages.
Trained at the Jazz schools in Berne and Lucerne by instrumentalists like Fabian Kuratli, Pierre Favre and Norbert Pfammatter, Julian Sartorius soon developed a singular musical approach. Being interested in fine-scaled variations, tension and release, mass and vibrancy, he creates projects like the 12-LP-box set «Beat Diary» (Everest Records, 2012), consisting of 365 beat tracks and an accompanying photo book; the daily 8-seconds loop series «Morphblog» (from 2013 to 2019); or «Depot», an audiovisual installation for 16 loudspeakers and 16 screens that was shown at Kunstmuseum Thun. For his last album «Hidden Tracks: Basel – Genève» (Everest Records, 2017), Julian hiked over 200 km with his drum sticks and recording equipment, playing and recording a multitude of sounds and textures on objects found on the journey.
In recent years, Julian Sartorius has collaborated with numerous musicians including Sophie Hunger, Sylvie Courvoisier, Gyda Valtysdottir, Dimlite, Shahzad Ismaily and Dan Carey. His distinct percussion work is featured on the current albums of Kate Tempest, Matthew Herbert and James Zoo.
Julian Sartorius has toured and performed live in North and South America, Asia and in Europe sharing the bill with artists like Marc Ribot, Deerhoof, Faust, Jaki Liebezeit and Arto Lindsay.
Martin Brandlmayr
composer, drummer
Martin Brandlmayr, (*1971 in Bad Ischl/Austria) works in the fields between improvisation and composition and on the intersection of electronic and acoustic soundworlds.
As a drummer he is widely recognized for his distinctive style combining experimental methods and extended techniques with groove elements. Since the mid 90ies he is exploring hidden sounds and tonal aspects on the instrument resulting in a particular way of playing that is charactarized by precision both rhythmically and sonically.
He is a member of the groups Polwechsel, Trapist, Kapital Band 1 and became internationally known primarily through the Trio Radian, founded in 1997.
He has released 7 albums with Radian since the end of the1990s, 5 of them on the US label Thrill Jockey. Martin Brandlmayr worked with David Sylvian, Howe Gelb, Christian Fennesz, Ken Vandermark, Otomo Yoshihide; Sachiko M, John Tilbury, Mats Gustafsson, The Necks and many more.
He has published for numerous well-known record labels such as Thrill Jockey (USA), Kranky (USA), Staubgold (Germany) Hathut (Switzerland), Samadhisound (GB), Scape (Germany),..
In 2018 he received the renowned Karl Sczuka Prize for his radio play "Vive les fantômes"
Bernhard Breuer kommt aus Wien und hat sich als Schlagzeuger in verschiedenen Formationen einen Namen gemacht: Er spielt mit Bernhard Hammer und Jakob Schneidewind in der auch international sehr erfolgreichen Minimal Techno Band Elektro Guzzi, als auch in experimentelleren Formationen wie no buisness for dogs und Tumido. Zusammen mit Steven Hess ist er an dem von Stefan Németh initiierten Projekt Innode beteiligt, dessen erste gemeinsame LP (auch als Download) Gridshifter 2013 bei eMego erscheint.