Dates and Tickets



sama recordings x rhiz
sama recordings pres. s c h w e b e n № 5 x rhiz w/ Lydia Lunch (US), Subletvis (AT) live & samatape012 release presentation
dj sets by Misonica, Kim Leclerc & BYDL
Venue: rhiz
U-Bahnbogen 37, 1080 Wien, Österreich

Doors: 07:00 PM
Starts: 09:00 PM

Artist: sama recordings, BYDL, Kim Leclerc, Misonica, Subletvis, Lydia Lunch


sama recordings pres. s c h w e b e n № 5 x rhiz


Lydia Lunch [US] LIVE


Subletvis LIVE


Misonica DJ SET




s c h w e b e n nightshift w/


samatape012 release presentation




Kim Leclerc DJ SET






hosted by:


Ambient Animal [sama recordings]




Poster Artwork & Photography by Pia Reschberger






Doors: 15 EUR / 5 EUR from 00.00




kindly supported by Stadt Wien Kultur / MA7




For your own safety and the safety of others, please make sure to respect all Covid19 regulations during your time at rhiz! Thank you & enjoy your time!




sama recordings pres. s c h w e b e n“ evenings rub against the often closely meshed interfaces between avantgarde pop, electronic music and experimental music trends of the 1970s and 1980: beguiling kraut excursions, organic club music, uplifting ambient drones & gripping rarities to dance to: profound musical realities from different angles that will inspire you.








Lydia Lunch (US)




Subletvis (AT)


Subletvis is the online moniker of sound artist and composer Mo Nahold. His work focuses on digital alienated aesthetics, various electroacoustic methods and multichannel approached composition techniques in specialized environments. Abstract sound encounters stand in contrast to conventional rhythmic structures and harmonic content, in order to close gaps between sound aesthetics of different musical convictions. Nahold has released music on Ventil Records, Parken and Denovali.






Fusing hidden gems and obscure vocal tracks from across the globe with decelerated Techno, Industrial, Post-Punk, Tribal beats, and Cosmic tunes. Misonica is a Vienna based DJ and producer, anchored in the European Leftfield scene.



Kim Leclerc