IHHH & Desilence Live A/V


  • Friday 17 14:00 - 14:45

    Sónar by Day - SonarComplex

A visually arresting AV performance

“Music is the space between the notes,” or so said Claude Debussy (or Miles Davis, depending on who you listen to). A dogma that Barcelona-based musician Carlos Falanga, who records and performs as IHHH, would likely adhere to. On his most recent album, “Consequences of Absence Of Light”, he tears holes in a solo piano piece, ripping through the fabric of the music with slashes of glitch and distortion. At Sónar 2022, he’ll recreate the record live, together with pianist Toni Saigi and digital visual artists Desilence (who worked with John Talabot for his immersive ‘Magma’ show premiered at Sónar at IDEAL). Prepare for a visually arresting performance that will straddle modern classical, jazz and experimental forms.