mïus X Attaray - naked waves
Mïus X Attaray return with 'naked waves' A/V show to Budapest again. A new album, flashing light in dark haze, analogue electronics, exclusive venue, limited entrance, Raf Skowronski, HALOSARA, Amme and saxophonist Daniel Varga. Space and light squared. After AQB, Trafó and Flashback and Zsolnay Light Festival 'naked waves' return in November, last time in 2023 to the big hall of Turbina.
The sound and light installation of mïus and Attaray Visual moves to the spaces of Turbina for one special night. The band featuring Raf Skowronski plays also from the new album for the first time.
The show will take place at the big hall of Turbina. Sound and haze wil fill the rooms of the former factory, where the lights appear as sculpture and geometric shapes reacting to the noise and rhythm of the analogue electronics and the hammers of the piano. The transition between installation and concert breaks the boundary between audience and musicians.
Signed to Théque Records and Berlin’s respected Sonar Kollektiv label, Mïus is the music project of Budapest-based artist Gergely Álmos. Coming from architecture he defines his music as a ‘multi-art project’ where different fields of self-expression meet each other.
Andrea Sztojanovits, who performs under the moniker of Attaray Visual, graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts and the Doctoral School of the Academy in Budapest and presently she teaches audiovisual and light art at the university.
stage design - Álmos Gergely, Sztojánovits Andrea
visuals – Andrea Sztojánovits
lamp programming - Ákos Szilágyi
system - Adorján Triff
electronics, synths - Gergely Álmos
vocals - Raf Skowroński, HALOSARA, Amme
saxophone - Daniel Varga
piano, keys – Szilvia Várnai
bass guitar – Tamás Mezey
drums – Kristóf Gulyás
For the excessive use of strobe lights, we do not recommend the concert for children, people with epilepsy, pacemakers and pregnant women.
Turbina Cultural Center
Turbina Cultural Center houses an ever-growing set of musical and art events in the heart of the 8th district.