Lou (they/them) und Julia (she/her) have taken part in Error Music Editions twice. Julia has a deep curiousity for live coding music programmes, Lou takes interest in various instruments, such as barritone saxophone as well as the voice. They have been fearless explorers of sound and creators of rad music we’ve never even dreamed of.
Yuktha (she/her) and Franka (she/her) met at an Error Music Edition in a school situated between the three districts Lichtenberg, Marzahn, Hellersdorf. Their joy of experimentation is huge. Franka has a keen interest in technology and Yuktha was right in for the ride. Both are natural performers.
Experimental pop auteur, Sasha Perera aka Perera Elsewhere (she/her) is a producer, songwriter and DJ who has garnered critical acclaim from Pitchfork, NPR, FADER, Vogue, KCRW, and more. Her use of technology to create and to experiment with her voice, lyrics, percussive beats, deep bass frequencies and sound design to explore the human experience, all led to the ‘Doom-Folk’ coined sound of the Perera Elsewhere project, where she found a home on LA label Friends of Friends, releasing 3 widely-acclaimed albums. Journeys have punctuated Perera Elsewhere’s career, taking her from London’s vibrant club scene to Berlin’s bass experimentalist underground. All of which developed her shapeshifting approach to music. Elsewhere, but always rooted. From live shows & DJ sets at institutions such as Berghain, the Guggenheim, the Hamburg Philharmonic, Mutek Festival, or music licensed for Ava Du Vernay’s ‘Queen Sugar’ or by Oscar winning director Paolo Sorrentino. Perera’s work has led to invitations by renowned companies and cultural institutions such as Ableton, Native Instruments or the award-winning Errror Music in Berlin to share her creative knowledge.
Susanne Grunewald (she/her) combines multiple professions and life experiences in her work as a practitioner in digital learning for Junge Tüftler*innen. As a media educator she holds the view that shared, experience-based learning with others and man-made artifacts in relation to our environment is key to a sustainable and just future. As a mediator, she is passionate about designing communication processes that foster individual development embedded in social networks. As a conservator of architecture and arts, she brings a deep sense for materials and their history.
Colin Self (they/them) is an artist, composer, and performer based in Berlin, Germany. They work collaboratively with communities to expand consciousness and trouble binarized thinking. Additionally, they have released solo music on RVNG Intl., toured internationally with Holly Herndon as part of her choir and worked as a choreographer on Dan Deacon and QT videos. Their work has been presented and performed in venues and festivals such as MoMA PS1, CTM Festival, The Dutch National Opera & Ballet and DonauFestival. Colin has joined Error Music as mentoring producer to pass on deeply inspiring knowledge of production and communal XOIR singing.
Angelica Tavella (she/her) is music producer, interaction designer, and mentor with Error Music – don’t delete!. She writes and records experimental pop music under the name Tavella and builds electronic musical instruments. Her work bends between the topics of healthy human interaction with technology, sustainable hardware design, and empowerment through collaborative co-design.
Music producer, DJ and workshop mentor Tash Todd (she/her) plays as Bakläxa and has had releases both solo and in her performance, vocal and rap duo TONI&MASH. She has over seven years of experience of performing both live and as a dj and regularly mentors in various programmes including Error Music, THF Radio broadcasting, Refuge Worldwide and at MiK Jugendkunstschule in Berlin Mitte.
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