Nozstock Festival with Brain Wash
Brain Wash will be in the Wrong Directions cinema tent with a screening of the latest videos followed by a LIVE AV set.
Nozstock’s resident Cinetent, Wrong Directions, showcases a collection of eclectic short films varying through documentaries, live-action narrative tales, music videos, animations and experimental works. Previous reels have been brought to you by, among others, Encounters Festival in Bristol, London-based innovators onedotzero, Manchester-based northern Exposures, quality stalwarts BBC Film Network and by Nozstock The Hidden Valley.
This year Nozstock welcome Herefordshire-based, experimental visual collective MASH to host the tent. MASH Cinema have been organising events and screenings since 2002 and continue to promote art, film and music through their events locally and internationally. Over the past six years MASH Cinema has gained recognition for visual performances working with artists, musicians and DJs at events, clubs and festivals throughout Europe. MASH work with digital and traditional techniques to create live visuals and cinematic audiovisual performances. They have shown work in The Big Chill Media Mix Tent for three consecutive years and have exhibited alongside artists D*Face, Swoon and Jef Aerosol.
MASH’s careful curation this year will result in a stunning programme of visual treats and inspiring eye-openers…
Brain Wash London
Big Telly Disco
Shambala Festival with Modulate Collective.
Modulate are an audio visual collective that first came together in 2001 trough a shared passion for electronic music and abstract art. We are truly honoured to have them curate our Staurday night in the Enchanted Woodlands. Featured guests will be:
Higher Intelligence Agency live set – a rare U.K. performance by “oneof the greatest ambient-techno artist to emerge from the 90’s UK electronic scene”(Discogs )
Oscillate sound system – spinning classic tracks from the 90’s from this legendary Birmingham happening, a unique revival / club classics hour to mark 20 years this year since the first Oscillate. Theres been a lot of online activity recently, with people from all over calling for a revival this year, and so this, combined with a rare HIA live performance would have a lot of local , as well as national interest!!
“Club of the moment”(The Observer)
“The single most important club of the past two years” (Redbrick)
“A masterclass in dancefloor dynamics” (Muzik Magazine)
Mark Harris (solo) – live early morning / dawn chorus ambient set