Tune into Radio NABA on Thursday, July 20th, to hear an interview with Danish DJ trio Apeiron Crew ahead of their performance at the Kalnciema quarter (Kalnciema street 35) the same evening (19:00). The interview starts at 16:00 Riga time, and, along with the free-admission show, it is a part of Skaņu Mežs’ project called “Nordic Women in Experimental Music” , organized in cooperation with Kulturkontakt Nord and Latvian State Culture Capital Foundation. The aim of the concert series is to highlight the wealth of female talent coming from this region, since the experimental music scene in a wider sense is male-dominated. The interview will be conducted by Elīza Āboltiņa. Live stream available here –
DJ trio Apeiron Crew, founded in Copenhagen, is made up of Danish natives Sara Svanholm, Simone Øster and Scottish export Emma Blake. The three are likewise respectively considered as solo artists intertwined within the all female collective, known under their individual aliases Mama Snake, Smokey and Solid Blake.
The three became mutually associated through a steady and ongoing contribution to the Copenhagen techno scene noted by their active passions for the underground electronic environment and the ability to utilise divergent tastes into a unifying force. Since 2014 the three have worked their music motives together throughout the city, from their residence at Culture Box to throwing one off secret location events and regular radio slots for the masses.
Their solid grounding in mind-splitting techno as well as house, electro and hip-hop from the record stores and nightclubs of Denmark has aided the expansion of the crew and their aliases across Europe playing highly regarded festivals such as Unsound and nightclubs Corsica Studios and TBA Dresden to name a few.
Apeiron Crew are participating artists of the SHAPE platform for innovative music and audiovisual art, supported by the „Creative Europe” programme of the European Union.
More info on the event here.