Korridor (live) US Debut (Northern Electronics, Hypnus)
Rose E. Kross (Further Reductions | NYC)
Clay Wilson (The Bunker NY | The Lot Radio | NYC)
Oliver Chapoy (Medical Records | The Lot Radio | NYC)
Visuals by: Lucid Studios (http://www.lucidstudios.us/)
Artwork by: Sophia De Jong aka RBD S100
Metamorph is taking over the basement at Brooklyn Bazaar to host Korrider [Northern Electronics] for his US DEBUT with a special extended 3-hour live set. Joining him will be Rose E. Kross, Clay Wilson, and Oliver Chapoy.
If you haven't been to our events, we describe Metamorph as an immersive experience that utilizes music and live visuals to incubate a shift in perception. We'll be bringing in additional sound and lighting for this event.
Korridor is in the business of creating passages – both for himself and those who come in contact with his music. With highly acclaimed releases on Hypnus Records, Nordanvind and Northern Electronics over the last few years, Korridor has swiftly become a household name in the European electronic music scene. However, Fabian Kempe is by no means a novice. He has been active within the music scene as a producer under various monikers for over 12 years. The paths have been winding but they all lead up to the defined philosophy of Korridor.The Korridor project started off as an exploration of minimalistic structures but as that rabbit hole started to widen new textures appeared, often in the form of polyrhythms. When these shifting and unpredictable bits and pieces of rhythmical elements began to harmonize with each other, the foundation for Korridor was established. Connecting seemingly conflicting dots on a music sheet and connecting seemingly divided bodies on a dance floor are two sides of the same type of magic. A form of shamanism, more precisely – a “technique of religious ecstasy”, to quote the famed historian of religion, Mircea Eliade. With his drum, the Shaman creates rhythms that open corridors to the spirit world. He brings people together as a tribe, creates altered states of consciousness and induces waves of ecstasy and yearning that affect masses of moving bodies simultaneously. Anyone who has ever lost him or herself on a Korridor dance floor can testify that he keeps this tradition very much alive. A modern polyrhythmic Shaman that combines darkness with light, mathematical structures with melancholic harmonies and spiritual black holes with the brightest states of awareness.
Rose E. Kross:
Rose E. Kross is the solo moniker of Brooklyn based musician, Katie O'Sullivan. She is half of the duo Further Reductions, who have released material on Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax and recently provided a remix of Steffi's "JBW25" via Ostgut Ton. As a DJ, she focuses on driving the dancefloor with special attention to mood and texture, drawing across genre boundaries past and present.
Clay Wilson is a 27-year-old Brooklyn-based producer, who began turning heads in 2013 with his mesmerizing debut on Styles Upon Styles. He quickly followed that release with two similarly psychedelic 12”s for The Bunker New York. Since then he has been a regular fixture on Bunker lineups both as a DJ and live act, and has performed in numerous label showcases throughout the US. In February 2016, Clay played a well-received four hour set to open the Bunker Klubnacht at Berghain. Following that gig, he launched a weekly show on The Lot Radio exploring his diverse musical interests and is currently wrapping up his next release for The Bunker New York.
Oliver Chapoy is a Brooklyn-based DJ and producer. Oliver began his Certain Creatures project in 2013 and released his first 12”, which featured guest vocals from Stuart Argabright (Ike Yard/Black Rain), on the label Styles Upon Styles. Following this collaboration, Oliver produced the 2014 Black Rain comeback record, Dark Pool, on the label Blackest Ever Black. Since then, Oliver has released records as Certain Creatures for Styles Upon Styles and Medical Records imprint Transfusions and has performed sets at Mysteries of the Deep and The Bunker NY, among others. He can be heard on the Lot Radio’s Sensoria show every Thursday with frequent collaborator Clay Wilson.