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Staff Picks Week 49 – Online Electronic Music-Making, Arash Pandi, Jolene Video Klub


Staff Picks Week 49 – Online Electronic Music-Making, Arash Pandi, Jolene Video Klub

The Sound Clique’s ‘Staff Picks’ for this week features, Online Electronic Music-Making every Wednesday until 20th January, Jolene Video Club Friday the 4th of December and Arash Pandi at ALICE on Saturday the 5th of December.

Wednesdays 21st October- 20th January

Online Electronic Music-Making for Women and Girls

Starting on Wednesdays 21st October and continuing through to 20th January, Jack Drum Arts has organised the free online workshop Electronic Music-Making for Women and Girls. The events are led by professional drummer and musician Cat Myers (www.catmyers.com), who will guide you through all the basics of electronic music-making. From synths to samples, loops to lyrics, she’ll steer you step-by-step towards your own personal compositions. Previous experience is not at all necessary.

Delivered by Jack Drums and funded by Spirit 2012’s Carers’ Music Fund, putting women and girls with caring responsibilities front and centre, offering them opportunities for fun, creative expression and (re)discovery of self through music-making.

The classes are held each Wednesday from 6pm – 8pm via Zoom.
To register for the workshop, send an email to soundout@jackdrum.co.uk with the following information: Name of course/ Name +DOB/ Mobile Number/Postcode.

Cat Meyers, Electronic Music Making for Women and Girls

Friday 4th of December at 17:00- 21:45

Jolene Video Klub

While we wait for the party to return, come watch a film on the screen and projector set up at Jolene Bar CPH. Two films are to be played, beginning at 17:00 and finishing at 21:45. Limited seating due to corona.

For further program information contact: info@jolene.dk 

Saturday the 5th of December 20.00-22.00

Arash Pandi at ALICE

Arash Pandi is an experimental electronic musician, sound designer & teacher from Rasht in northern Iran, currently based in Denmark. 

In his music, he experiments with Iranian classical music through programming microtonal systems, improvising and using various sound synthesis and audio production techniques, to achieve his particular form of ‘Persian electronic music’.

Pandi has just released the new album “Exotic Paradox” – an astute, socio-political critique of cultural heritage through it’s conceptual narrative, and experimental blend of electronic and acoustic sound worlds.

Listen to Arash Pandi on SoundCloud.
Get tickets for Arash Pandi at ALICE – here.
For further corona info here.


Written By: Fie Dinee