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Aeriae launches Victris album at Forgotten Worlds

Clan Analogue presents Idiom, a night of IDM-flavoured sound, at Forgotten Worlds, 113 Johnston St, Collingwood, on Saturday the 15th of November, from 8pm onwards. Featuring an array of nu and classic IDM-influenced artists, Idiom will also feature the first Melbourne performance of Aeriae, launching his new album release Victris. Joining the lineup of precision-engineered electronic acts will be Iubar Project, Miles Cosmo and Denial, with DJs Bevin Campbell and Ding.

Aeriae is Sydney-based electronic composer and producer Wade Clarke, playing at Idiom for the first time in Melbourne to launch his new album Victris, out now on Clan Analogue. Ambitious in texture, programming and melodic design, Victris explores the modern sonic parameters of electronica through the prism of deep historical insight into music, production and technology. Don’t miss the Aeriae controllerism in action.
Check out the Aeriae website here

Iubar Project is a collaboration between Martin K, (of Philosophy of Sound and Koshowko), and Poland-based avante-guitarist Jaroslaw Binkowski, manipulating guitar and synthesizer drones with real-time iPad glitching.
Hear sounds from Iubar Project here.

Miles Cosmo produces vintage synth sounds as rich and thick as his iconic ginger beard. IDM, chillwave, techno, house and glitch influences mix with rich melodies and catchy hooks in hardware heaven.
Here sounds from Miles Cosmo here

Originating in New Delhi, India, Denial is a collaboration between Prashant Gangwani and Chairian Dalal. With an album scheduled for release on Warp in 2015, Denial have topped the charts on edm.net with their abstract rhythmic structures and soundscapes. Idiom will be Denial‘s first Australian performance.
Hear Denial sounds here

Bevin Campbell is a legendary figure in Melbourne’s electronic music scene, having presented The Blend on PBS-FM over the last ten years, spinning the best new hip hop, beats, drum’n’bass, dubstep, bass, downtempo and experimental electronica. At Idiom he’ll be spinning an IDM-leaning set from his immense music collection.
Check out The Blend‘s Tumblr page here

DJ Ding has been a seminal figure on the Sydney techno scene over the last two decades, having conceived, promoted, stage-managed and produced events ranging from tiny rocking youth gigs in the western suburbs to large stages at the the Big Day Out. His set will juxtapose classic and new Australian tracks with an IDM sensibility and a selection of tunes by the late great Robert ‘Bo’ Boehm..

Idiom takes place at Forgotten Worlds amongst its vast array of arcade machines, on Saturday November the 15th starting at 8pm. Free entry.

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