In recent years Manchester’s Future Everything has continued to deliver an exciting and esoteric festival experience showcasing the latest developments in art, media, idea’s and technology. It offers it’s attendees the opportunity to see some of the most unique and exciting projects happening in the world today – a philosophy extended to its music program which Now Wave is very pleased to be a part of again this year, hosting two events throughout the festival.
The first event is on Wednesday 20th march and is the Official Future Everything opening party at Islington Mill in Salford. Heading the bill is Brandt Brauer Frick featuring Om’mas Keith – a Berlin ensemble dedicated to exploring the ground that lies between classical music and techno – deep, complex, minimal and most essentially acoustic they are one of the most talked about new artists in experimental music.
They will be joined on the night by recent Brainfeeder signing Lapaplux who’s 2012 EP ‘When You’re Gone’ saw his popularity grow whilst maintaing a wide critical acclaim with Pitchfork sighting ‘stunning beauty within its small moments’. The evening will also see a DJ set from Sheffield’s post-rock stalwarts 65 Days of Static.
As well as the opening party we have also curated Thursday nights showcase at Islington Mill ‘A Celebration of the Sombre’ featuring Triangle Records’ Holy Other and Wife who will be joined by Bearcubs and Tourist.
Tickets are £10 and £9.50 respectively – available from Ticketline, Eastern Bloc, and Picadilly Records. For more information on the event or any other happenings at the festival visit www.futureeverything.org.