EHM! is brazilian/danish Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, norwegian Erik Kimestad Pedersen on trumpet and swedish Henrik Olsen on guitar. EHM! is an expressive and dynamic trio that roots its sounds in the darkest realms of earthy, unnamed feelings. EHM! uses improvisation as a method for investigating the unpredictable and new, as well as what they never could think of. For this concert the combo is also going to be releasing their first 10'' LP specially recorded on tape at Black Tornado Studios in Copenhagen.
The debut-concert of the brand new trio Kødhånd. The trio consists of drummer Rune Lohse (Horse Orchestra), guitarist Lars Bech Pilgaard (SVIN) and the brazilian/danish/italian vocal phenomenon Marcela Lucatelli. Look out for samba, weird pop, electronic percussion and shit.
After Rome and XM24 Marcela Lucatelli and crew will close the disruptive weekend caravan of Discomfort Dispatch at Micro_Bo for more sound experimentation and uncompromising improvisation. Marcela Lucatelli will push her voice to its limits together with Vincenzo De Gentile and his self-made wicked instruments and Fra Zedade and his no input set.
Marcela Lucatelli will be performing at a renown autonomous and self-managed social centre in Bologna, the XM24 - an italian cultural symbol for anti-fascism, anti-racism and anti-sexism for more than 15 years - for Bologna Elettrica Festival. The composer-performer will be joined by Sara Persico on voice and the electronics of Fra Zedde.
Marcela Lucatelli will be assaulting Rome with her gruesome voice for the first time at this outstanding festival, in a set together with Andrea Ndriu Marziano on guitar and Fra Zedde on electronics. Only unpredictable soundscapes through performative confrontations among musicians who have never interacted with each other before.
NO MUSIC // NO PARTY // NO ROCKSTARS
Marcela Lucatelli is going to be part of an online panel at ART TALKS: Arte Sonora, Gênero e Linguagens, an event organised by the brazilian Low Fi – Processos Criativos in partnership with the mexican program of mobility and artistic residencies Flotar, supported by the Goethe-Institut. The initiative aims to promote an exchange environment in which strategies for the insertion of women in the context of electronic and experimental art in Brazil will be discussed, based on the personal experiences of each panel guest and highlighting the events already produced by Flotar in Chicago and Mexico City. Participants on the spot include the curator Juci Reis, the visual artist and producer Andrea May, as well as the sound artists Marina Mapurunga and Milena Kipfmüller.
COISA is back! - The most musically anarchic event in São Paulo, Brazil. This initiative launched by Marcela Lucatelli in a partnership with Trackertower and collaboratively organised by an ever developing group of particular artists has now reached its third edition. Visuals, sounds and performance throughout an evening of non-planned interventions. Recommended for any enthusiastic listener to check it out.
Marcela Lucatelli's PHEW! - The Last Guide for a Western Obituary is going to see the unmerciful tropical sun for the first time at Feira Ladeira of independent publications in Salvador, Brazil. The album is going to be represented by the great net label Sê-lo from Salvador itself.
For the first time at the Miniciclo di Miniconcerti del Miniteatrino James Bondanello, the exquisite voice of Marcela Lucatelli will merge the piercing sounds of the italian saxophonist Edoardo Marraffa and together they will be thrillingly presenting a fully acoustic, improvised set.