Thursday Feb 20th 2014 Doors 20:00 Video Screening 20:30 Concert 21:00

Lucrecia Dalt / Jason Grier / Don the Tiger / Marc Sabat / DJ Koen Nutters

PRESENTED BY HEM | Human Ear Music


20:30 – 21:00 Care Of Editions Video Vorspiel

-Scott Cazan. “Swallow”. 10’40″ Reg. Jana Papenbroock
-Ezra Buchla. “Hail Nothing”. 4’25″ Reg. Brice Bischoff
-Boris Hegenbart. “Drone”. 3’45″ Reg. Seth Lower
-Boris Hegenbart. “Folded”. 2’52″ Reg. Seth Lower

21:00 – 21:45 Don The Tiger
21:45 – 22:00 Koen Nutters DJ
22:00 – 22:30 Jason Grier
22:30 – 22:45 Koen Nutters DJ
22:45 – 23:30 Lucrecia Dalt
23:30 – 00:00 Marc Sabat
00:00 – Ende Koen Nutters DJ

Lucrecia Dalt first discovered the craft of music after a brief career as a civil engineer in Medellín, Colombia. Since that time, she has ventured equally far into popular genres and experimental techniques, collaborating with Medellín’s Series Media Collective, Berlin’s F.S.Blumm and Gudrun Gut, Los Angeles’ Julia Holter, and, most recently, international collective, Human Ear Music. In this time, she has always balanced the sharp mind of a methodical thinker with the restless heart of a passionate artist, gradually seeking a way to create hand-crafted mental states through sound. Her long commitment to this pursuit has resulted, not to an overt confrontation of style versus intellect, but, rather, to a beguiling and subtle way of making accessible music that, nonetheless, feels like an invitation to risk, and a sensual approach to complexity. Over time, she has developed a sophisticated performance experience that falls squarely in the technical world of electronic producers, while giving priority to the lived experience of mind, body, presence, and the subtle perception of emotional vulnerability. After moving from Colombia to Spain, and most recently Germany, she has been a consistent presence in music festivals like Worldtronics, Sónar and Le Guess Who? as well as a captivating support act to Suuns, Nite Jewel and Julia Holter. Following a long history of underground record releases, she premiered her singular statement, «Commotus» on HEM, in 2012, followed by 2013′s Syzygy.

Nuits Sonores Festival
Lyon, France, 2013
Suuns Europe Tour (Support)
Germany, France, Switzerland, The Netherlands 2013
Le guess who? Festival.
Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2012
Sonic City Festival curated by Suuns,
Kortrejk, Belgium, 2012
MicroMutek Festival
Barcelona, Spain, 2012
Les siestes electroniques Festival
Toulouse, France, 2011
Fusion Festival
Lärz, Germany, 2011
Old blue last show
London – UK, 2010
SĂłnar Festival
Barcelona, Spain, 2010
No woman no art festival
Poznan – Polonia, 2009
Worldtronics Music Festival.
Berlin – Alemania, 2008
Phonorama, Niceto Club show
Buenos Aires – Argentina, 2007
Oportunista #12. series of concerts
Oporto – Portugal, 2007
Medelink Festival
Medellín – Colombia, 2006

Video: Inframince


Jason Grier is a music producer and composer of electronic and electroacoustic music. He is the founder and director of Human Ear Music. He has had numerous collaborations with, and produced record releases and concerts by, artists such as Ariel Pink, Julia Holter, Nite Jewel, Michael Pisaro, William Basinski, Linda Perhacs and Lucrecia Dalt.

His own work takes the same genre-agnostic approach as the curation of his label, often focussing, in a conceptually and aesthetically complex way, on the deep sonic and subjective entanglements that create our understandings of the value of music. He currently resides in Berlin, Germany.

Video: Are you nervous?



Adrián de Alfonso has been one of the most active and inquisitive musicians of Barcelona’s underground scene for over a decade. Not only as a front-man of key bands such as Bèstia Ferida, Veracruz or Homenatges, but also accompanying Lydia Lunch, Mark Cunningham, Weasel Walter, Carla Bozulich or Robert Forster.

In mid-2011 de Alfonso moved to Berlin, where he found the space to record “Varadero”, his first album as Don the Tiger after 15 years of continuous demoing. “Varadero”, mixed in 2013 by experimental extraordinaire Valerio Tricoli, tones down his primal menacing instincts (the kind of sonic assault one would associate with Esplendor Geométrico, Scorn, or Keiji Haino) to focus on more melodic and exciting territories.


Don The Tiger pic by Catalina Perez Lopez-0181


Canadian composer Marc Sabat (*1965) has been based in Berlin since 1999. His work with acoustic instruments and electronics draws inspiration from investigations of the sounding and perception of Just Intonation, American folk and experimental musics, and the relations between musical and visual artforms. His pieces have been presented internationally in radio broadcasts and at festivals of new music including the Donaueschinger Musiktage, MaerzMusik, Darmstadt and Carnegie Hall. Recordings and scores are available from Plainsound Music Edition. The CD wave piano scenery player was recently released by World Edition (Köln) and upcoming albums are planned from care of editions (Berlin), Populist Records (Los Angeles) and mode records (New York).

Sabat studied composition, violin and mathematics at the University of Toronto, at the Juilliard School in New York, and at McGill University, as well as working privately with Malcolm Goldstein, James Tenney and Walter Zimmermann, among many other close colleagues. He teaches at the Universität der Künste Berlin, and has been a guest artist at the California Institute of the Arts, at the Escola Superior in Barcelona and the Paris Conservatoire. In 2010, he was an artist-in-residence of the Villa Aurora in Los Angeles, followed in 2011 by a one year residency at the German Academy in Rome, Villa Massimo.

Marc Sabat will be performing three movements from his forthcoming album, Les Duresses, on Care Of.