When DIY instrument magician Actodisko comes to town, he brings exceptional friends. While playing, food hacker Esther Buiter treated us on delicious fragrances. Furthermore, his friend Arvid Jense fed him the most wonderful analog sounds to mangle with.
Modulab Fake Noise ended with a fully charged techno set of the wicked wizard Actodisko. Starting off slow and friendly melodic, teasing with excerpts of beats to come. Actually quite unusual for the industrial style he’s known for.
Eucalyptus fragrance spreads the air while we are introduced, ever so slowly, to sharp envelopes of beats, bass lines and noise.
Always shooting at the stars with inventive and playful DIY instruments.
Food hacker Esther Buiter reacting the his live set with delicious fragrances.
Arvid jense feeds him live sampled rhythmic and melodic elements.
ActoDisko (aka Jasper Schütz, ActoDi’s Experiment and Pronksnor) brings an industrial mix of ambient noise and DIY Techno. His instruments range from old-school drum machines, through DIY sound modules to modified kids toys. Get a vibe of thundering kicks, distorted machines, and eerie chiptunes.
The wonderful and energetic Esther Buiter is Art Matchmaker & Creative Events at Pronksnor. Her mission is to enhance public space and business projects by integrating art and working together with artists. She combines her knowledge of art history with (pop) culture to inspire, spark and create.
Technology driven design, music and performances of Arvid Jense are state of the art. He collaborates with Jasper in the two-man-techno band Heipalen. He works and performes with his partner in life, business and art Marie Caye. Together they performed at Modulab Androids in September 2017.
Images taken by photographer Rob de Kruif