Bangkok SOL Space Machines II

(Sat) 9th April 2011 8pm~ at SOL Space

MoHa! (Norway)
Horacio Pollard (Norway)

Lighting installation by The MoHa! and Urk

Machines is a series of event featuring alternative “human meets electronic” music. This time, we have spacial guests from Norway, power progressive duo MoHa! and experimental sound artist Horacio Pollard. SO::ON’s two new remarkable trio PLOT and The GAD will rock the space with massive and tight performance.

This is another rare occasion to meet world class unique and high skill performance at SOL, don’t miss it!!

MoHa! :
Horacio Pollard :
The GAD :

Consists of two young men from Stavanger, Norway. They have been working together since 1998 in various corners of experimental music and in different settings. 2004 saw the dawn of MoHa! as a duo. Their first release on Rune Grammofon was “Raus aus Stavanger” in 2006. The release gained a lot of national and international recognition.
Their second album “Norwegianism” was regarded one of the best records of the year in 2007 under “outer limits” in The Wire. The music was back then described by BBC as “funky heavy metal musique concrete”.

In 2008 there was a drastic change in the music, going from improvisation to more strictly composed material. After a lot of rehearsing and about 70 concerts in Europe. MoHa! recorded “One-way ticket to candyland” and “Jeff Carey’s MoHa!”, both released on Rune Grammofon.

Horacio Pollard
Berlin/ London based musician working with (potentially) mind altering obscure noise creations, he has released a bunch of solo records on different labels such as Wrong Music, Adaadat, Twilight Luggage & his own Neigh%Music. He has toured extensively around Europe, South America & the Far East & has collaborated with many artists including Anla Courtis, Anal Garden, Bbblood, Blue Sabbath Black Fiji, DJ Scotch Egg, Moha!, Ove Naxx, Pokemachine, Torturing Nurse & more.

for more information, please contact : / 089-7705022

09 April, 2011 at 20:00 – 10 April at 01:00

Created by: SO::ON DRY FLOWER

SOL Space



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