The Czech festival for electronic music adds to its line-up.
Lunchmeat Festival has added Octave One, Murcof and Sergi Palau, plus Jesse Osborne-Lanthier for a world premiere of her AV show Sometimes, Falling Through the Net, to an already-extensive bill of acts. The current line-up includes Caterina Barbieri, Varg, Flora and LSDXOXO,with Konx-om-Pax also set to perform his recent album Ways of Seeing live.
The most recent wave of acts announced for the festival also features live AV shows from Sote and Boris Vitazek, HDMIRROR with Ascension, and Katarzia with Antigona. Hydropsyche and Petra Hermanova have also been announced, as well as a screening of The Sound is Innocent, Johana Švarcová’s film about the history of electronic music.
The annual celebration of electronic music and new media will take place in Prague between 30 September and 5 October, expanding activities for the festival’s 10th edition with six nights and three new venues.
“Each evening will be a wonderous journey in its own right, different and special,” says the festival director Jakub Pešek.
As a first for Lunchmeat, Prague’s Planetarium will host immersive 360° AV shows, the brutalist setting of the Center of Architecture and Metropolitan Planning will offer up a 25 meters wide projection screen, and former soap factory Ankali – now Prague’s busiest techno spot – will also host a night.
Head to the festival’s website for more details.