Text by CLOT Magazine
On 13th July, IKLECTIK, the experimental event’s venue on the south bank of the River Thames in London, presents an evening of audiovisual electronic noise and forward-thinking club music with three artists rounding up a night that promises doses of both introspective noise and visual enchantment.
Jennifer Walton is described as part of a new UK underground post-electronica movement. Her fresh take on electronic music has club energy and arrangement flair. The electronic music community has praised her recent shows at Berghain for CTM and supporting Aya.
Zoë Mc Pherson is a multimedia artist whose practice absorbs elements of performance, sound design, installation art and DJing. Additionally, McPherson curates the SFX label with their long-time collaborator Alessandra Leone. This year, McPherson released their new statement on Berlin’s Pendulum Recordings label. Titled Abyss Elixir continues where the States of Fugue left off, crawling out of recognizable electronic templates and dissolving sci-fi sonics in dubbed-out rhythmic vortexes.
An Trinse is Northern Irish artist Stephen McLaughlin. He has been releasing ambient music on his own label since 2015, dealing with the uneasy atmospheres and silences left in the Irish psyche after colonial and religious repression, using archaeology and ancient history as a conduit. The project’s current iteration grew from an AV commission for CLOT Magazine’s event Dynamic Nodes at STATE Studio Berlin during CTM’s Vorspiel program in Berlin. He has also shown projects at the V+A museum and Stanley Picker Gallery and developed Maxwell Sterling’s visual show.
The venue’s expansive and immersive sound system is powered by AMOENUS, an art organisation that facilitates, educates, curates and promotes immersive art centred around 3D sound.
This event takes place Wednesday, 13 July 2022 | 8:30 pm [8 pm doors]. Buy your tickets here.