KRAAK is a nomadic organisation that supports experimental and DIY artists through concerts and through the KRAAK label.
For the KRAAK festival on Saturday 10 June at AB Club, KRAAK works together with Hungary’s most prominent experimental concert organiser, namely UH Fest.
Expect modular jamming by Palmovka/Prell, etheric poetry by Ma’iwa, the modern folk of Annelies Monséré, future dance drip by Új Bála, and Goldblum's ‘dusted tape glamor ‘.
Annelies Monséré puts a personal spin on folk music with her resonating, intuitive instrumentals.
Ma’iwa is a collaboration between two of Budapest’s most promising electronic artists. This results in a sonic journey shaped by the synths and drum machines.
Palmovka/Prell: Two veterans of Budapest’s experimental and free techno scene team up for a dive into analogue electronica.
Új Bála presents psychedelic techno that leaves no option for standing still.
Goudblum is the project of avant garde musicians Michiel Klein and Marijn Verbiesen. Be prepared for a trip full of noise improvisations.
There are still tickets!