Within the framework of #WeAreEquals the platform for gender equality and diversity in music, the British Council is associated with MUTEK ES supporting female talent with visits by leading British artists, such as Lucinda Chua, Loraine James, Jane Fitz and Sherelle.
After a decade of exploration and discovery, MUTEK ES enters a new era with its eleventh edition, positioning itself as a platform for dissemination and innovation in digital creativity with activities that will take place throughout the year. From March 4-7, 2020, the festival will offer cutting-edge programming of live electronic music, audiovisual performances, professional activities and more.
The program will bring together the best of the British scene with Loraine James, the sensation of the moment for her IDM productions combining electronics, math rock or jazz with influences from Squarepusher or Telon Tel Aviv.
An icon of the London scene and resident of the Pickle Factory, Jane Fitz will delight us with her chameleonic style forged throughout her 25 years of career with a sound that ranges from the UK acid, space house, psychedelic techno to trance or The environmental textures.
Having shared the stage of artists like FKA twigs, GAIKA and collaborating with Ben Vince, Helm, KÁRYYN or Alex Epton, Lucinda Chua will demonstrate her acoustic versatility with her cello inviting the public to discover a world created to suit her.
Recognized as the "selector" per excellence in the United Kingdom, Sherelle is a regular on BBC Radio 1, Resident Advisor or Boiler Room. She currently presents a biweekly program on Reprezent Radio focused on the genres Footwork, Juke and UK Bass, and has presented artists such as Kode 9, Om Unit or Fracture.
More information about artists and tickets at http://www.mutek.org/es/spain/2020/artists