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Dienstag, 15. Januar 2013, 18:30

PACIFIC 231, MACHINEFABRIEK @ NK/Berlin April 27th 2013

The Epicurean presents:

PACIFIC 231 (Dublin/IR)
Industrial/noise pioneer, originally from Paris!
Exclusive concert, first time in Berlin!

Master of ambient.drone minimalism!
Exclusive concert!


Limited audience; arrive on time!



231 is a long run project from Pierre Jolivet originally from Paris,
currently based in Dublin. It came into existence in the early 1980s and
had belonged to the first wave of industrial / power electronics
groups. Early albums were released by Le Syndicat, Cause & Effect,
and Bunker Records. Invaluable assistance in due time was given by
Psyclones with whom Pierre recorded a couple of albums under the Psy 231
moniker, and released on their label Ladd-Frith. Other notable releases
include “Ethnicities” on Rotorelief, “Palestine” in collaboration with
Rapoon on Old Europa Cafe and “Cthulhu Revisited” with Vox Populi! on
Monochrome Vision. His works now explore the very limit of sound &

In Berlin Pacific 231 will present his new work
“Micromega”, which is his 1st material produced in dolby surround and
which will be released on LP with a wafer USB drive (containing two
videos set to the music) by Silent Media (USA) in April 2013. Micromega
is an electric guitar experiment in processing, cut-up, and real time


Rutger Zuydervelt was
born on 28 July 1978 in Apeldoorn (The Netherlands), but now resides in
Rotterdam. He started working as Machinefabriek in 2004.

for a few piano and guitar lessons when he was young, Rutger didn’t
study music. Instead, he graduated as a graphic designer. The sleeves of
his releases are practically always designed by Rutger himself, being a
crucial part of the music.

Machinefabriek’s music combines
elements of ambient, modern classical, minimalism, drone and field
recordings. His pieces unfold as ‘films without image’, with a sharp ear
for detail. After releasing a series of self released CD-Rs, the
official debut, ‘Marijn’, was issued by Lampse in 2006. Since then a
solid stream of singles and albums was released on labels like Type,
Important, Home Normal, 12K, Dekorder, Digitalis, Experimedia and

Performing live has been an important expression for
Machinefabriek. He took his gear all over the globe, from Canada to
Israel and from Russia to Japan.

Rutger collaborated (on record
and/or live) with numerous artists, such as Steinbrüchel, Jaap Blonk,
Aaron Martin, Peter Broderick, Frans de Waard, Simon Nabatov, Simon
Scott, Steve Roden, Gareth Davis, Stephen Vitiello, Michel Banabila and
Tim Caitlin amongst others.

Rutger also works with various film
makers, like Chris Teerink, for whom he composed a soundtrack for his
documentary about Sol LeWitt. Then there's Stone, a film feauturing
Edward Norton and Robert DeNiro, which has Machinefabriek music in the
final scene.

Rutger also scored music for dance pieces, video
installations and sculptures. He made installations for Stedelijk Museum
Amsterdam, NAi (Dutch Architecture Institute) and the new Armando
Museum (MOA).

These cross-disciplinary projects are something Machinefabriek will focuss on more and more.


work focuses on the synergy between the sonic, the visual and the
spatial. To me, music and sound don't just move along a chronological
axis, as in the procession of resonant waves with respect to linear
time. Music and sound also extend into depths or heights and yet other
dimensions or perspectives, also into tactile and mental spaces. The
focus of my work is the immersive quality of spatiality in sound and

Originally trained as an architect, my sonic perspective
is not only formed by musical blueprints or musicological heritage but
is focused on the relation between sound, space and its inhabitants. My
visual and spatial work includes pieces where sound forms an integral
and interwoven aspect, context or extension in and of the artwork as a
whole. Next to and independent of the visual-spatial-sonic works and
performances, I create (silent) paintings and sculptures, focusing on
the experience of space, time and place.” – Zeno Van den Broek/Machinist

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