Frædag Invites Burnt Friedman (Live) and Call Super

Burnt Friedman (Nonplace, DE) | Call Super ( Houndstooth, Dekmantel, Hessle Audio, UK) | G-Ha & Olanskii | R.L.O.C

G-Ha & Olanskii pull together a Frædag for the ages, melding the established with the prodigy and the booth with the stage. Call Super takes on the duties as the DJ for the night while Burnt Friedman brings his critically acclaimed live show to Jæger’s stage on the back of releasing a recent anthology on his Nonplace imprint. Ricky Late, Oskar Pask, Olefonken and Celius come together as R.L.O.C in our lounge for the night providing the pretext for the weekend with a bevy of House, Acid and Balearic upstairs.

Burnt Friedman has been exploring the fringes of electronic music since the 1970’s, incorporating elements of Jazz, Dub and Techno in an extensive discography across various monikers that can mostly be found on his Nonplace imprint. His first recordings created on instruments he built were made with Wolfram Der Spyra from 1978 to 1982,  and were released under the name TOXH in 1989. From there he went on to create music as Some More Crime, Drome, Nonplace Urban Field, Flanger, and Nine Horses throughout the nineties, before embracing the eponymous Burnt Friedman name in 2000. His output has been consistent and uncompromising, culminating in 2017’s career-defining anthology. His recorded works has been well received amongst music media outlets from the Wire to Mixmag, and has been praised in the live context, where we find Burnt Friedman for this edition of Frædag.

Call Super is the primary moniker of Joseph Richmond Seaton, a DJ and musician from London who has, over the last two years, quietly carved out his own place in the landscape of electronic music. Defined by a meticulous approach to the composition, production, art direction and presentation of his work, every release encapsulates Joseph’s idiosyncratic vision. It is a colourful world that gives life to the shadows and throws a mist over the boundaries that have become so commonplace in electronic music. A deft ability to craft sets known for their hypnotic intensity and musical breath has brought him across the world and seen him play extended back-to-back sets with Objekt, Pearson Sound and Ben UFO. His nothing if not versatile and that versatility stems from his acute musical curiosity and adroit ability to conjure expansive trips that communicate a warm zeal for the music that, for much of his life, has guided Call Super onwards and upwards.

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