UNSOUND Adelaide returns in November with two world premieres in the mix

Expanding into its own festival institution this year, UNSOUND Adelaide has unveiled its huge line up boasting some incredible and indeed eclectic works for its November event.

As the Australian leg of the global UNSOUND brand, from November 16th to 19th represents the forefront of experimental and electronic music and for Adelaide fans, they can expect two world premieres and 15 Australian premieres alike this year. UNSOUND founder Mat Schulz has commented on his excitement for the Adelaide festival next month:

“The first stand-alone Unsound Adelaide takes things to another level, with a diverse program that’s easily the most adventurous we’ve yet brought to Australia. Alongside legendary names such as Wolf Eyes, Porter Ricks and Señor Coconut, we’ve programmed some of the most radical and futuristic electronic music around.

This is an event where Australians really will get to experience the Unsound maxim: you don’t come to the festival just to confirm what you know, but discover.”

Come November 17th, UNSOUND Adelaide hosts the premiere of Australian A/V artist Robin Fox‘s new show Euclidian Drone and the much anticipated premiere of New York’s one woman project Pharmakon, not to mention the long, long anticipated appearance of Wolf Eyes. 


The program for UNSOUND this year includes music, audio visual installations and more on what has continued to be a flourished and extensive line up – for tickets and the full damn thing, visit www.unsoundadelaide.com.


Photo by Camille Blake.


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