Crack Magazine to present Call Super, Gene Tellem, and more at MUTEK Montréal

Music in Support of Black Mental Health
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Crack Magazine is heading to MUTEK Montréal this month.

We’re excited to announce that Crack Magazine will present Nocturne 5 on the Saturday of the festival. Berlin-based producer Call Super heads up proceedings, and if you’re attending, expect to experience an exhilarating live set of footwork numbers from Planet Mu’s Jlin.

Across the live programme, there’s Gene Tellem – co-founder of the All Good Party series – Montréal artist Project Pablo and Wajatta, made up of members Reggie Watts and John Tejada. Furthermore, a live audiovisual spectacle from Nicolas Cruz and Fidel Eljuri has been lined up for the presentation.

This month marks a milestone chapter for the Quebec event, as MUTEK Montréal celebrates its 20th edition. The electronic and digital arts festival runs from 20-25 August across various venues, including Studios des 7 Doigts, Théâtre Maisonneuve, Pyramide PY1 and more. The evening presented by Crack Magazine will be held at Mtelus.

Head to MUTEK’s site for tickets, and read our feature with Call Super.