An innovative and forward thinking event in the digital arts and music spheres, MIRA Digital Arts Festival have curated it’s most impressive bill for it’s 8th edition, with a fresh set of names this week. From Thursday 8th – Saturday 10th November, MIRA returns to Fabra i Coats (a refurbished factory turned cultural space) for three days of performances, exhibitions, conferences and more from industry leaders and breakout acts. Just announced, Thursday 8th will play host to the opening concert with WARP records’ GAIKA making his Spanish debut with a live A/V show, and seminal label/ agency PAN hosting a showcase with Amnesia Scanner As Oracle Live A/V, M.E.S.H. feat. Michael Guidetti Live A/V, Eartheater Live + more. In addition to a whole host of talks, workshops and Q&A’s from Claire Tolan, Filip Custic and Keiken with more TBA. On top of this, MIRA will be holding an official afters at Razzmatazz with Objekt, Mr TC (Live), Tutu, Omega III and Djohnston. All this adding to an already existing line-up with live A/V sets Tangerine Dream, Venetian Snares x Daniel Lanois, Yves Tumor feat. Ezra Miller and DJ sets from Avalon Emerson, Call Super, DJ Stingray and many more.
Two day passes are available from €55 and three day passes are €70, do not sleep on this. TICKETS: http://www.mirafestival.com/en/tickets/
THURSDAY CONCERTS – Thursday 8th November
MIRA’s opening concert brings together a futuristic line-up of well established and upcoming artists. Curating the first half of the evening is PAN, celebrating 10 years of the label; bringing along an eclectic selection of artists to demonstrate why the collective is so special, including Amnesia Scanner making her Spanish premiere presenting As Oracle Live A/V. Also on board is breakout name M.E.S.H. with Michael Guidetti on visual duties, Eartheater performing a live set around new release IRISIRI. Fresh from his Basic Volume album launch and Somerset House collaboration with Boiler Room, multi-disciplinary WARP signee GAIKA brings a high-energy, immersive A/V show to MIRA’s opening event – a guaranteed must see.