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Changes to Printed Programme

We are trying to avoid too much disruption to the lineup however some last minute changes are inevitable. We will keep this page updated with the latest information

Erwan Keravec: Has moved from Friday 18:45 -> Friday 15:45
Samuel Kerridge:
Will start 15 minutes earlier, at 20:45 





Friday

Vortex

00:00 - Mercury

Unseen physical forces, bodies and objects appear through silvery surfaces, electromagnetic phenomena and technologies, echoing and reverberating with the fullness of our shared atmosphere. Through the amateur and hobbyist’s electro- magnetic enthusiasms, we consider questions of ownership and the commons.

14:00 - A Decade of Supernormal

"I'd describe it as a cross between a carnival, a circus, a happening, maybe a kind of alien abduction and a country fayre, intimate and all-inclusive. It's a cult, before it becomes creepy" - so reckoned Keran James in 2011 of SN - was he right? John Doran asks a bunch of the assembled heads who've done battle with logic and reason in pursuit of this festival to reflect on how Supernormal fits in with the countercultural lineage of Braziers, and where it finds itself in the here, the now and the great beyond.

16:30 - RAVINE/MACHINE

Summoning landscape and projection rituals with toy harp and rotary candles, RAVINE/MACHINE is an audio-visual fieldtrip like no other. Reminiscent of the do-it-yourself style of early projections, their hacked instruments are both lulling and surreal, inspired by reworking forgotten traditions of ‘the live geography show’ for the end of the world.

18:00 - Make Music like Mushrooms

Make Music Like Mushrooms is a collaboration between queer artists and musicians Nina Scott and Rubie. Join us in a celebration of Fungi in all their glorious queerness and co-create an experimental score with us inspired by mycelium. Expect raucous choral singing, spontaneous conducting and opportunities for sharing and reflection. No previous musical experience necessary.

19:30 - J Martin

Audiovuisual Bristol-based artist J. Martin walks a delicately balanced line between the natural and the mechanical; exploring memory, technology, nostalgia and uncertainty. Hypnotic and piston-esque metallic beats that churn and pulse with production line precision.

21:15 - M a t e k o i

M a t e k o i are audio-visual duo Maxim Barron (Toy, Patent Saints), and visual artist Daisy Dickinson (Adrena Adrena). Hypnotic. Strobe soaked. Sonically spatialised, Matekoi inhabits the space between.

00:00 - Mercury

Unseen physical forces, bodies and objects appear through silvery surfaces, electromagnetic phenomena and technologies, echoing and reverberating with the fullness of our shared atmosphere. Through the amateur and hobbyist’s electro- magnetic enthusiasms, we consider questions of ownership and the commons.

00:45 - Anything Moving

A magical show of projected recordings made by Kitchen Table Photo Club and Esther May Campbell. An art project orchestrated from collaborations between a Bristol based kids club and the woodland world of animals, plants and the less seen. During dusks, we travelled deep into stories of wild weddings, did some serious goofing until a call-and-response began between multiple worlds.

Red Kite

11:00 - Meg Woof

Connoisseurs don't come much more adept than Meg Woof - renowned for her mix series in affiliation with The Wire, she'll bring the finest and most beguiling wanders she can lay ears on.

13:00 - Infinite Spirit Music

Noods Radio favourite and celebrated Bristol head Lionel Lamadon fearlessly quests along the boundaries of experimental music, from spoken word, sound poetry, concrete music to noise, industrial, electronica.

15:45 - Acolytes

DJ and producer who creates a meme-like re-imagination of free improvisation through words, sounds, found samples and warped polyrhythmic percussion. Lurching from high tempo assaults informed by transglobal dance music to melancholic loop-based dreamscapes.

17:15 - Pifco

20 years of falling down the stairs music and marital discord from Leeds' upstart boy/girl duo." A lack of success has never held us back"

18:45 - ES

The London quartet have coined an uncanny sound, - icy DIY punk that revels in pointed anarcho tension and aquatic deathrock melody - impactful and eldritch in equal measure.

20:00 - Cher vs The Pixies Karaoke

If we could turn back time, if we could find a way, we'd take back all the words that hurt you, and you'd stay. Take your pick of these two legends and flex those pipes!

21:45 - Mariam Rezaei

All hail Gateshead's unchallenged champion of the turntable Mariam Rezaei, whose forays into the outer realms of ecstatic sound and experimental art are wont to upset any apple cart they can find on the way.

23:00 - All Hands on Deck

All Hands on Deck (AHoD) are a Manchester based DJ collective for women, trans and non-binary DJs. They run open deck parties and DJ workshops, with the aim to create accessible, inclusive and low-pressure spaces for underrepresented groups to try their hands at DJing. AHoD bring their signature open decks and beginner CDJ workshop to Supernormal festival weekend, as well as a residents set on the Friday night; set to be a genre-spanning workout full of all kinds of fun.

Shed

15:00 - Lo Egin

A Leeds-based brass metal quintet dwelling in between the borders of composed music and nonsense noise, alchemising doom, death, sludge and free jazz. All are tyrants in the horn-haunted lore of Lo Egin.

16:30 - Penance Stare

Electrifying necrotic psychedelia and opiated bleak metal from the Toon.

18:00 - Dan Johnson

Rooted in improvisation, Dan is constantly exploring and searching for new ways to examine the acoustic possibilities of drums and rhythm. His work explores human nature, seeking to expose and expand the limits of mind, body, and spirit.

19:30 - Jooklo 5 Beans

21:00 - Imperial Triumphant

A decadent, vicious and iconoclastic collision of jazz, post punk and blackened, extreme metal. Imperial Triumphant embodies the sounds of New York City. From top floor luxury to the rotten underground.

22:30 - MC Yallah / Debmaster

Nyege Nyege-affiliated MC Yallah is a Kenyan rapper based in Uganda, and together with the wildly diverse producer Debmaster, brings the fire to the floor. Conscious and futuristic hip-hop, grime, punk and trap do battle with Yallah's vicious flow, lighting the blue touchpaper on an incendiary soundclash of life-affirming proportions.

Activity Tent

15:00 - My Normal- Zine Team

Join our multidisciplinary zine team from Oxford for an afternoon of poster-making. We’ll be making posters using collages, drawings and a photocopier. After the session we’ll make a zine with everyone’s artwork, and you can take one of these home on Sunday, available in the house. No experience needed, all ages welcome

Barn

15:45 - Erwan Keravec: Urban Pipes

A highland bagpiper, composer and improviser exploring improvised music, free and ‘noise’ jazz, and establishing a repertoire of contemporary music.

17:15 - Hannah Silva

Whether splicing Kathy Acker and Fifty Shades Of Grey or writing verse plays on the subject of Russian freedivers, Hannah Silva is a writer and performer known for her innovative explorations of sound, voice and language.

20:15 - Lacrima

Lacrima is the ambient-noise side project of Stephen Bishop (Opal Tapes, Basic House) influenced by the cut up approach of Kazumoto Endo and Sickness and the deep tunnelling harsh ambience of MSBR and Crawl Unit

21:45 - Alison Cotton

The bleak majesty and interstellar radiance of Alison Cotton's music marks a place where earthen folk meets the eldritch on a blissful promontory beyond time and space.

QUEEF Qult

16:45 - Sabo o’tage

Live performance art

17:00 - Phantasy

Absurdist duo. Bringing queer, industrial, cabaret from Todmorden to the masses.

18:15 - Blue Ruth

Noisy, synth-led, industrial music with post-punk sensibilities.

19:45 - Arch Femmesis

EL3KTRO (S)PUNK from Nottingham. “feels like meeting Grace Jones in the most devastating mood whilst on some seriously nasty trip.”

21:15 - PRNCSS

Synth punk, voodo-trap and deviant electronics sounds. PRNCSS speaks truth to power.

21:45 - DJ Q Sermon

Feeding the soul through bass lines. Cue the Sermon… in a warehouse rave, spiritual, queer kind of way.

Colour Out Of Space

18:00 - Molly

Join the world's laziest performance artist for a surreal cabaret act. you will laugh, cry, laugh again, cry until you get a snotty nose, pop to the loo, come back, laugh, and cry. 'A show so layered with meaning; it rivals the textual complexities of Nabokov!'

20:00 - Territorial Gobbing

“Theo Gowans work as Territorial Gobbing is a vital presence in the new vanguard of tongue-tied wonk. A visceral noise poetry and electro-acoustic scene which has been present in the UK underground for decades.” - Opal Tapes T Gobbing will be performing new sounds rooted in repetition and attempts at groove with help from Kathy Gray (Nape Neck, Beards etc)

21:30 - Rubber Demon

Lo-fidelity tape invocations from the duo of Maureen Bourne (Teignmouth Electron) and Thomas LaRoche (Creep of Paris). To raise the Devil go to bed saying the Lords Prayer backwards, and take a mouldy halfpenny and some mouldy cheese with you.

22:50 - Shit Creek

Shimmering electronics, gleeful pulsing drone, violin screech and/or chopped-up pop songs. Join psychedelic noisenik Shit Creek on an improvised trip to euphoria town.

Changes to Printed Programme

We are trying to avoid too much disruption to the lineup however some last minute changes are inevitable. We will keep this page updated with the latest information

Erwan Keravec: Has moved from Friday 18:45 -> Friday 15:45
Samuel Kerridge:
Will start 15 minutes earlier, at 20:45 





Saturday

Vortex

08:30 - Open Colour

COOS helps you ease into the day with a selection of cerebrum tickling shorts.

10:30 - Ian Helliwell - 15 Experimental Shorts

Ian screens 15 of his experimental films of found footage, abstraction, video feedback and animation focussing on shorts made in the past two years. With a range of audiovisual work stretching back over the last 30 years - inc more than 150 films - Ian designs and builds Hellitrons and Hellisizers, unique electronic instruments - which he uses to compose his soundtracks.

12:00 - Film Oxford: LUMINOUS

LUMINOUS is a collection of seven films which feature a diverse range of mediums, including sculpture, dance and animation. The collection includes an award-winning film shot at Brazier Park itself. The viewing will feature a special Q&A from Film Oxford Shadowlights artist Danny Smith. Shadowlights is a collection of artists with learning disabilities, living in Oxfordshire. Their work explores the world as they see it with searing honesty and inventiveness.

14:15 - Transcendence Orchestra

The Transcendence Orchestra was devised by Anthony Child & Daniel Bean as an implement for the transformation of consciousness. You are hereby invited to witness an improvised set of transmutational frequencies and ecstatic sequences.

16:30 - Secluded Bronte

Secluded Bronte are Adam Bohman & Jonathan Bohman (The Bohman Brothers) and Richard Thomas, and have been ploughing an an idiosyncratic furrow into the heart of music for two decades. Here they're joined by film-maker James Holcombe in an unprecedented voyage via psychedelic expanded cinema into the absurd and the unmissable.

18:00 - Tim Goss

After supplying electronics for the Post-Punk, DIY, folk group The Shadow Ring (with Graham Lambkin & Darren Harris) in the 1990’s, Tim continued to furrow a path toward absurdity with his own creation Call Back the Giants. Now, as a solo artist working with words, music and imagery to explore his version of the world, Goss moves inexorably toward complete personal entropy .

19:30 - Petronn Sphene

Also known as Urocerus Gigas of the xenofeminist rock duo Guttersnipe, Petronn Sphene inhabits a style called »no-wave rave.« a short-circuiting cyberattack on the CPU in your skull.

21:00 - Staraya Derevnya

Uncanny psychedelic "krautfolk" given life on an array of home-made instruments, and sung in imaginary tongues, with improvised projections of primal animated paintings forming a hallucinatory counterpoint

22:45 - Bora

BORA's emotional cathedral is multi-dimensional / multi-morphic, it is magic, it is not afraid of all that it can be, of all the forms that it can embody nor of all the voices that it can take. Her work is sprawling, drawing inspiration from a multitude of references and mediums: music, performance, painting, digital, video, sculpture and installation. As long as it is questioning body, identity and intimacy.

00:00 - Singalong-a-Wickerman

See 'The Wickerman' in all its camp, twisted glory. Your hosts will be at the helm to guide you along with the words and actions. Bring a mask; and if you haven't got one pop along to the mask making workshop in the afternoon!

Activity Tent

09:00 - Experiment with sound!

A workshop for children and their grown-ups with Alison Cooper and Sophie Cooper of Yorkshire Sound Women Network. Ever fancied making your voice sound strange using effects pedals or listening to what it’s like underwater? This is your chance! Join us for a drop-in session where you will encounter interesting and exciting ways to make sounds. You'll also be given the chance to take part in our ‘Find that Sound Bingo’ game which you can use all over the festival. Alison and Sophie are both creative education facilitators based in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Yorkshire Sound Women Network (YSWN) is all about inspiring and enabling women, girls and people of minority genders to explore sound and music technology in Yorkshire and beyond. Check out our website for events and resources, and to sign up to our mailing list: www.yorkshiresoundwomen.com

11:30 - CUT & COME AGAIN Fieldnotes Writing Workshop

Join Fieldnotes editors Bella Marrin and Tom Forster for a writing workshop without writing. Using the methods of ‘cameraless’ photography we’ll be creating ‘found’ poetry by collaging images and text to create new authorless works. The process will be collaborative and chaotic, we expect the outcomes to be surreal, deranged and disjointed. Scissors, glue and material to cut will be provided, Please bring destructive/creative energy.

13:00 - Get Horny with SHREK 666

Transform yourself into a horned creature with this one off prosthetic making workshop and demo led by Glasgow based SFX and Performance Artist SHREK 666.

16:30 - Lord Summerisle's Mask Making Workshop

You chance to fashion some suitable headware ahead of the evening's presentation of Sing-Along-A-Wickerman

Red Kite

09:00 - ArkT Workshop w/ Derek Morris

Join in an exciting practical workshop by local sculptor and frequent ArkT collaborator, Derek Morris. The theme of the session is wind; participants can help make a unique chandelier like mobile using a bicycle wheel!

12:00 - All Hands on Deck

All Hands on Deck (AHoD) are a Manchester based DJ collective for women, trans and non-binary DJs. They run open deck parties and DJ workshops, with the aim to create accessible, inclusive and low-pressure spaces for underrepresented groups to try their hands at DJing. AHoD bring their signature open decks and beginner CDJ workshop to Supernormal festival weekend, as well as a residents set on the Friday night; set to be a genre-spanning workout full of all kinds of fun.

13:00 - All Hands on Deck

All Hands on Deck (AHoD) are a Manchester based DJ collective for women, trans and non-binary DJs. They run open deck parties and DJ workshops, with the aim to create accessible, inclusive and low-pressure spaces for underrepresented groups to try their hands at DJing. AHoD bring their signature open decks and beginner CDJ workshop to Supernormal festival weekend, as well as a residents set on the Friday night; set to be a genre-spanning workout full of all kinds of fun.

14:30 - The Slipshod Ramblers

Short ditties, improvised tunes and absurdist physical comedy. Known to feature bean cans, aerophones, kazoos and flugelhorn. ‘The Slipshod Ramblers’ is an ongoing collaborative project between Charlie Goodall and Adam Paroussos.

15:45 - Nightshift

Nightshift is a multi-directional audio ensemble from Glasgow, Expect hypnotic punk and circular meditations in their indubitable fashion.

17:15 - Rachel Aggs

Rachel Aggs, an exceptionally prolific virtuoso of euphoric post-punk, has achieved international acclaim with their collaborative projects Trash Kit, Shopping and Sacred Paws. Alongside their distinctive guitar and vocal style, mixed a with lo-fi pop sensibility, they create zines and co-ordinates workshops that encourage women, non-binary people, and people of colour to form bands. Rachel has galvanised the DIY scene in London, and their current home of Glasgow.  

18:45 - Societe Etrange

The hypnotic compositions of ,Societé Etrange - drunk with dub, iron harmonics and polymetric measures - offer utopian visions, abstract rhythmic contortions and glacial bliss in equal measure

20:15 - Comfort

Glaswegian twin titans of raucous invective, Comfort are a duo fit to get the party started and work to overthrow the patriarchy simultaneously. Get with them on the revolutionary rampage.

21:45 - Sophrosyne

Thunder and lightning the gods take revenge! Senseless destruction! Somewhere between Mysticum, Duma, Rammellzee and Wax Trax lurks Sophrosyne, replete with leather, whips and (wallet) chains.

23:00 - Hesska

Nocturnal pioneer of abstract filth and dancefloor-destroying interrobangers, no tent or basement dive's foundations are safe from the intensity and overload of DJ Katie Hesska.

00:30 - DJ Bus Replacement Service

"From full-frontal rave fodder to belly laugh-inducing skits in a matter of seconds, this disorienting maelstrom immediately smashes all preconceptions of what a DJ set should constitute" - Mixmag

Colour Out Of Space

10:00 - Baby Bolide Sonic Crèche

The Bolide infants’ improvisation session returns, offering younger & young-at-heart festival goers the chance to make a truly unfettered din. Brighton’s finest purveyors of noise, jazz and wonkiness will be on hand with piles of instruments and objects to help you scale the joyful heights of spontaneous musical magic-making.

11:00 - The Shining Path Hypnotherapy

This relaxing and uplifting morning event will involve an introduction to how the brain works in relation to anxiety, depression and negative thinking and what can be done about it. There will be an opportunity to learn so simple yet effective ways that are based in neuroscience to reduce stress and increase happiness. The session will finish with a 30 min group guided relaxation and an introduction into trance.

12:30 - An Audience With the Bohman Brothers

Join the Bohman Brothers (Adam & Jonathan) live in conversation with host Duncan Harrisonas tricks of the trade, tales from the vault and maybe even an old favourite two are coaxed directly from the horses mouths. Ensure your place front and centre for what promises to be rare deep dive into the method and madness behind one of UK’s most unmistakable forces in experimental sound and performance.

14:00 - LDSN / Yakki Da!

LDSN / Yakki Da! Are long time friends who make rhythmic, dissonant & harmonious sounds collaboratively & intuitively using voices, loops, field recordings, bells, drums & harmoniums.

16:00 - Human Heads

Glasgow based electro-sprechgesang duo featuring long time collaborators Hannah Ellul and Ben Ellul-Knight. Sung-speech, domestic field recordings and throbbing synth excursions into wonky spun-out song cycles. Releases on Singing Knives, Tanzprocesz, SPAM and Fractal Meat. As a trio with bassman Otto Willberg.

17:30 - Posset & Chlorine

One dictaphone player (Posset) and one percussionist/producer (Chlorine) = some sweet swinging chops alright? Both are long-timer improvisers and all-round sound do-hickers based in the North East of England.

19:30 - Usurper

Edinburgh-based duo of Malcy Duff and Ali Robertson. Traversing the worlds of British improvisation, post-fluxus performance art, absurdist comic book fiction and Scottish luddite humour. Minusculist practical noise pranks and barely-there sound puns keep us chortling like never since John Candy jammed with his dashboard.

20:45 - Madam's Apple

A calque of latin, a piece of stolen fruit lodged, swollen, in a throa-oat. piss poor portmanteau epistles, emitting, as spittle from a downhill-careening fly-splayed drunk. formerly the hunter gracchus, the minor presence of a subsumptive blue yodel, harappian night recordings and roman nose.

22:00 - Astral Social Club

Astral Social Club is Neil Campbell of Vibracathedral Orchestra in wildly careening electro-cortex machine music mode. Electronic free sound + primitive yawp + acid barf = molten party bangers from a parallel universe. He will be joined with long time friend and collaborator Sticky Foster freshly arrived from Tunisia. Expect psychedelic joyous rapture and a dollop of chaos.

Shed

10:15 - Recordermania: Supernormal Assembly

A workshop in experimental recorder playing. Recordermania is an evolving troupe of recorder players of all abilities and ages, led by recorder player and enthusiast Rosie Carr. In this workshop the recorder players will create a piece of music (a deep listening experience / apocalyptic sound bath) to perform together. Come join the woodwind drone ensemble! Bring a recorder if you have one, (BYOR) but don’t worry if you don’t. No experience or skill necessary!

12:00 - Mister Lizard

Not grind / not powerviolence / not metal / not punk / not good

13:30 - Tarantula

Stage invasion rock from Glasgow, perpetually trapped in a nightmarish and off-grid realm of endless possibility and fathomless wildness.

15:00 - Dischi

Musical influences spanning hiphop, disco, electronic and soul combine to create a magical cosmic-pop-potion sound. With an exciting and honest DIY approach, DISCHI's new age disco movement is ALL the vibes. pew pew pew

16:30 - Skull Mask

Stream of consciousness guitar improvisations that take you to his native Mexico's desert winds, while being informed as much by middle eastern music tradition and the avant garde.

18:00 - Officine

Relentless and incendiary rancour from France's most feral no-wave/noise transgressors. Guitar-driven fury as should be writ, yet rarely is.

19:30 - The Shits

Kneel before Northern England's finest and filthiest scum rock bastards. Liberation through dirge and repetition.

20:45 - Samuel Kerridge

Full force onslaught from Manchester's avatar of the unclear. Gutter techno and binary transgression to the fore.

22:30 - Pink Siifu & The NEGRO ALIVE’! Experience

A soothsayer transmitting direct to the cosmos, Pink Siifu uses all or any mediums at his disposal to convey his maverick, mercurial and delirious art - hip=hop, soul, free jazz, gospel and punk, all grounded by a defined sense of Afrocentrism and spirituality. Fresh dimensions of righteousness from the astral plane,

Barn

10:30 - Morning Life Drawing

Supernormal's life drawing sessions are a beautiful and relaxing way to start the day. Materials provided; children are welcome. No photography allowed without the express consent of the models.

12:45 - DO.OMYOGA : SOMA WAVE

‘This will be the first live performance and incarnation of SOMA WAVE and this very special Do.omyoga collaborative sound ceremony. With Laima and Zara's electronic layers of cascading and integrating vibrations and with Iggor's primal shamanic drumming, together as one we will reach ecstatic trance states in order to connect with the higher dimensions of reality and the multifaceted jewel we are. Movement, meditation, music, mantra OM .

15:45 - Quinie

Glasgow-based Quinie’s experiments with composition and vocal techniques create a dialogue between pipe music and voice. Her work has a strong sense of place rooted in an imagined Scotland and explores contemporary and ancestral relationships with land and language.

17:15 - Jooklo Duo

Blowing minds all over the world since 2004, Italy's Jooklo Duo (Virginia Genta on reeds, flutes, piano, percussion and David Vanzan on drums) keep spreading their powerful and uniquely vibrant sound, deeply rooted in free jazz avant-garde but heavily influenced by traditional folk music, and open to full-throttle extreme sound experiments.

18:45 - Simon Finn

A songwriter uniquely skilled in intense psychic communion whose travels and travails have spanned some seven decades, Simon Finn is possessed of a maverick spark and delirious potency to evade both era and genre.

21:30 - Shovel Dance Collective

A group of nine musicians brought together by a communal passion for the folk musics of the British Isles and beyond; exploring the ways in which traditional music holds queer histories, proto-feminist narratives and the voices of those who by their labour create the wealth of the world.

House / Woods

11:00 - Story time with Lu !

This is a workshop gathering people together through simple creative expression, and facilitating imagined creatures - both human and not - who survive together on planet earth. Looking at how stories and drawings can sooth us, teach us about the world and about human behaviour. The results will be prepared into a zine after the festival !

13:00 - Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh

Ailbhe Nic Oireactaigh is an Irish viola player living in Glasgow, who bridges the earthen quarters of traditional music, with the most overgrown depths of the avant garde. Summoner of spirits, scientist of succour, Ailbhe will be performing in Braziers house for your delectation.

14:15 - Alice Kemp

Alice Kemp explores experimental audio composition, performance, and subtle poetries. Her work is informed by the states of dream, disturbance, and trance.

15:30 - YOL

An artist from Hull who "..combines found-noise Dictaphonic burble with truly headwreck vocal mannerisms. Through the gibbers, sobs and gurgles emerge poetic narratives about ice-cream and roads and plastic cutlery, relevant phrases repeated to the point of delirium." - Noel Gardner, The Quietus

16:45 - Tina Hitchens

Tina Hitchens is a flautist, improviser, composer, and sound artist who collaborates across disciplines. Tina’s acoustic improvisation in the woods will be a response to the environment and the people. She plays at the edges of sound, exploring breath and texture, silence and space.

QUEEF Qult

11:30 - See you in the Light - Balisha

"To see you in the Light would be an honour and a blessing. To gather and be met in a space that holds roots below and spirit above, can provide a moment of meditation." - Balisha

13:00 - Queer Choir with Anna Palmer

Come join us for a good ol’ fashioned sing song of some queer ol’ tunes around the ol’ joanna. Those who attend the Queer Choir practice are invited to join us for the closing Queef Qult ceremony on Sunday.

16:00 - Bambi Redux

Obsolete technology, zero budget, labor intensive techniques and extreme tempo. This work seeks to reassert the centrality of content. As she puts it; “Music is NOT sound”.

18:00 - Nat Sharp’s Ecosex Funhouse

20:00 - Fat Out’s Karaoke Dungeon…. QUEER ICONS

Unapologetically trashy. Always rowdy. Fat Out’s brings the karaoke mayhem to the QUEEF stage for a special QUEER ICONS editon.

21:00 - DJ Lai Power

Superstar DJ Lai Power hails from the motor city of Birmingham, UK. Uploading echos of Chicago/Detroit into your cyberbrain. Future sounds from the ninth dimension. HI-NRG, anti-capitalist dance music for the working class.

22:00 - Algernon Cornelius

Rapper, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Manchester (via Leeds) “ruthless and emotive” (Exposed Magazine). “Algernon Cornelius is one of the most interesting artists in Hip Hop right now” (Focus Hip Hop).

Cosmo-dome

12:00 - Jack Paton - Magic Workshop

Learn the principles of magic with magician Jack Paton and get to grips with a simple trick.

13:00 - Solar Viewings

The wide open skies at Braziers Park are the roof of the festival, and with our telescope for viewing the sun during the daytime, you can enjoy an enhanced experience of the cosmos.

16:00 - Self Selecting SuperSensory Stories

Select your animal character, close your eyes (if you want), and embark on a thrilling adventure vividly brought to life through your other four senses. You decide how the story progresses, co-creating a fantastical journey unique to each player! Average quest time: 10 mins.

Changes to Printed Programme

We are trying to avoid too much disruption to the lineup however some last minute changes are inevitable. We will keep this page updated with the latest information

Erwan Keravec: Has moved from Friday 18:45 -> Friday 15:45
Samuel Kerridge:
Will start 15 minutes earlier, at 20:45 





Sunday

Vortex

09:00 - Dave Hamilton Smith's Hangover Smasher

Paranoia. Corruption. Vice. Seduction. Vengeance. Love. Life. Transcendence. Secret knowledge. Dark forces. Cybercrime. Aliens. Spinach.

11:40 - Sift present Radio Ballad 003

A story of friction, resistance and an ongoing struggle for power, taking the audience on a journey through peasantry society, crop science, countercultural obsession with houseplants and 1970s pulp and folk horror to challenge and transform our understanding of human’s place in natural society. Presented in a live listening format, Radio Ballad 003 is an exploration of the collision between humans and the natural world of plants that takes place within the Anthropocene.

12:45 - Synaesthesia Drawing

A participatory and collaborative sound and drawing workshop exploring synaesthesia and reflection using audio-generative projections and sound to stimulate participants' creative synapses!

14:00 - Bora

BORA's emotional cathedral is multi-dimensional / multi-morphic, it is magic, it is not afraid of all that it can be, of all the forms that it can embody nor of all the voices that it can take. Her work is sprawling, drawing inspiration from a multitude of references and mediums: music, performance, painting, digital, video, sculpture and installation. As long as it is questioning body, identity and intimacy.

15:00 - BABY HAIR

Experimental performance art / dance / music / film-making duo. Expect ritualistic choreography, chanting, bells, noisy pop synths, violin drones and screaming invoking spirits and creating FUN, WILDNESS, and JOY!!

16:30 - That Long Moonless Chase

In a mash-up of sinister folk-horror and fantastical mythical imagery, That Long Moonless Chase / その長い月のない追跡 is a surreal audio-visual performance from Noriko Okaku and Helen Papaioannou based on two folkloric legends from Sheffield and Kyoto which are looped through online translators in Japanese in English

18:00 - Johnston OrganoGong Dissensemble

Johnston OrganoGong Dissensemble is a collaboration between the artist Huhtamaki Wab and the Oddstep Deployment Unit (AKA Lucy & Sion Dafwyn), Plymouth's premiere AV GuattariPop Duo

19:45 - Shrek 666

SHREK 666 is Scotland's hottest and hardest Ogre MC. Influenced by Gabba, Trance, Fetish and post-human ideologies combined through a hyper visual persona, you won’t forget the sound and look of ogrecore in a hurry.

21:00 - CURRENTMOODGIRL

Gliding serenely from effervescent to meaningfully morose, singing with elasticity and weaving it through delirious soundscapes - Manchester's Greta Carroll is bridging the divide between the dancefloor, the avant-gurn and the realm of the ethereal

22:45 - Womb/Water

Water & Womb are two bands founded by Louise Bolla (formerly Woodcock) who sadly passed away in December 2021. Both bands are made up of female and non binary musicians, most of whom had never played music until joining these projects. Louise encouraged people who never considered themselves musicians to start making music, giving them confidence to take up space and make noise in the male dominated world of alternative music. At the funeral of Louise, the two bands joined forces and played together for the first time in celebration of Louise's life. The lyrics of the performance are Louise's from her book of poetry released by Dr Lauren Bolger on her Burn into Press label. Womb x Water will be performing for the second time together at Supernormal, bringing with them the spirit, energy and fearlessness that Louise installed in all of them.

00:00 - Supernormal Late Night Shorts

Activity Tent

09:45 - Organic Forms - Light Stencilling

Together we will use local flowers, leaves & organic materials to create experimental drawings. Using the sun to draw from shadows & combining them with lo-fi light reflecting techniques, to create a variety of abstract patterns & forms.

11:15 - Club Da!da presents Noise Makers Workshop

Drop in instrument making workshop. From jingle sticks to wind chimes, wearable bells and hand shakers the only rules are to make some noise!

12:45 - GLARC Kids Songs Cassette Tape Workshop

Join the Greater Lanarkshire’s premier weird music tape label GLARC to record and assemble a tape of songs by, for and with kids. All ages, all welcome, drop in throughout the time slot! Bring a song you like to sing, an instrument, or just some ideas and capacity for noise as we conceptualise and record a set of improvised songs onto various bits of wonky recording equipment. We’ll then also draw / tear / paint / glue a set of special tape artworks to be used once the tapes are printed.

16:30 - Sticky Pleasure- Collage and Badge Making

Come and make collage at Supernormal and achieve the zen-like state that is Sticky Pleasure. Sticky Pleasure is a monthly collage night where people come together to cut and stick paper. Everything you need to make collage is provided: scissors, knives, glue, paper, and a stash of magazine and vintage periodicals....And a badge machine!

Colour Out Of Space

10:00 - Baby Bolide Sonic Crèche

The Bolide infants’ improvisation session returns, offering younger & young-at-heart festival goers the chance to make a truly unfettered din. Brighton’s finest purveyors of noise, jazz and wonkiness will be on hand with piles of instruments and objects to help you scale the joyful heights of spontaneous musical magic-making.

12:30 - Jerry Thackray & Crayola Lectern

Jerry Thackray (aka The Legend! aka Everett True) is joined by Crayola Lectern to perform the songs of Kraftwerk, Syd Barrett, Patrik Fitzgerald and Dan Treacy the way they never intended them to be performed. Piano and keyboards only, no flares.

14:00 - Greenwood / Campbell / Shipsey

Trio of Edward Shipsey, Neil Campbell and Greenwood Expect slightly wonked out Sunday afternoon vibes. A gentle relaxing thing with the occasional threat of rain or even a thunderstorm.

16:00 - Kieran Piercy

Kieran Piercy is interested in the elastic and sculptural properties of sound. He works with hardware samplers, synthesizers and tape, setting up systems for manipulating and collaging sound material into a slippery take on musique concrète. A sometime member of Spoils and Relics and recently worked on commissions for the Radiophrenia festival and Anthony Burgess tape archive in collaboration with performance artist and writer Roy Claire Potter.

17:30 - Run The Bath

Luke Poot / Lovely Honkey will perform as RUN THE BATH, solo interpretations of classic dogshit Honkeyzontal Picnic material. Excruciatingly awkward and shameful "fun". My magic carpet has packed it in this is all I have now.

19:15 - Wild Rani

Rebecca Mahay is an artist and performer born in Birmingham and now residing in Leeds. Mahay’s recent solo performances as Wild Rani bring forward sonic layers and sensitivities with humour. Think melancholic vocal synth noise jams meets cut up life drama with a heavy seasoning of black comedy.

20:30 - Tor Robot Band

Tor Robot band is a new project from illustrator and musician Jake Blanchard. Jake has designed, built and programmed a band of musical monsters with most of the instruments specifically built to suit each member of the band. This will be their debut performance! Expect motorised drums, robotic bleeps, a confusing number of wires and a psychedelic slug(?) with a hat playing two recorders.

Barn

10:30 - Morning Life Drawing

Supernormal's life drawing sessions are a beautiful and relaxing way to start the day. Materials provided; children are welcome. No photography allowed without the express consent of the models.

12:30 - Deep Listening Workshop

"Listening to space changes space, and changing space changes listening" - Pauline Oliveros - Deep Listening (DL) is an evolving practice exploring the difference between the involuntary nature of hearing and the voluntary, selective nature of listening. This workshop aims to foster personal and collective well-being through the exploration of heightened states of awareness, the giving/receiving of sound, and the 'lifting off' of judgement.

14:30 - Astra Forward

Dwelling somwhere between the pastoral and the ethereal, Astra Forward writes dreamy and intimate songs about the enchantment of nature and the power of human connection.

15:45 - Kate Carr

Kate Carr is a field recordist with an interest in shared public spaces. Everything from vibrations caused by cars and footfalls, to indistinct murmurs, music from car stereos to the roar of distant sporting events has found its way into her compositions.

17:15 - Taylor&Luck

An improvised music duo challenging their own shared love of British folk music traditions; they push these to absurd and alarming degrees, cherishing ‘cutting floor’ material, a thousand bits of trash that fall between tunes.

18:45 - Thomas Stone

An electroacoustic performer creating immersive, minimal soundworlds, taking inspiration from 20th Century chamber music and experimental techno. Contrabassoon dissonances and cyclic kick drum rhythms break to moments of austere, fragile beauty.

20:15 - Adam Fairhall

Adam improvises on piano, organ, accordion, toy piano and a variety of forgotten keyboard instruments, sometimes heavily prepared, the better to run the gamut from gamelan toy pianos to eerie electro-mechanical drum choirs.

21:45 - Face Dance

We will be making a space of warm soft sound that may be shattered at points, and stretched into new forms. it can be hypnotic/ mesmerising, we are hanging with the spirits. Smashing a crashing with them too. FACEDANCE is a collaboration between Isabel Muñoz-Newsome (Pumarosa) and CJ Calderwood (Good Sad Happy Bad, Lol K)

Red Kite

11:00 - Fiona's feel good dance session

Fiona is a fitness instructor who is all about making fitness fun, bringing euphoric dance classes to the masses. A feel good dance session like no other!

12:30 - Weird Studies

Phil Ford and JF Martel from the Weird Studies podcast - in the UK for the first time - bring the eldritch natter and esoteric chatter to the realm of Braziers. "“Weird Studies is a scholarly field that doesn't and can't exist. The Weird is that which resists any settled explanation or frame of reference. It is the bulging file labelled “other/misc.” in our mental filing cabinet, full of supernatural entities, magical synchronicities, and occult rites. But it also appears when a work of art breaks in on our habits of perception and ordinary things become uncanny."

14:15 - Human Leather

B-Town-hailing Human Leather are a furious two-piece of bass & drums destruction, delivering their chaotic savagery to all ventures and venues seeking aural abomination.

15:45 - Robert Ridley Shackleton

RRS The Cardboard Prince, running the gamut from bedroom rantcore to karaoke sabotage, from DVD-commentary-track meta to the sound of Prince in the seventh circle of hell.

17:15 - L

L is the audial rendering of Glasgow based artist Jack Paton. Aided by a drummer (Laurie Pitt), a guitarist (Edwin Stevens), and a backing track, L is FFO disassociated hell purge non-music/being a ball.

18:45 - Prangers

Rochdale's finest new purveyors of skronk and salvation, assembling rickety sonic architecture from found-sound, warped electronics, demented mellaurgy and sonic brinksmanship. Prangers are mapping out news ways of wyrd.

20:15 - MICROCORPS

With Microcorps, SN vet and longstanding next-level head Alexander Tucker blurs the lines between human and humanoid as he investigates how language can shift our perception, amidst mutant techno and eldritch soundscapes both

21:45 - Aya

Joining the dots between radiant songcraft and the wildest frontiers of avant-garde dance music, aya is fiercely committed to a creative life on the most intimidating and invigorating frontiers of though and expression.

23:30 - Franco / Mandy

This year's silent disco bought to you by Franco / Mandy - the bff DJ duo of Sam Francis and Andy Jacobs. Dancey Punk / Psyche / Electro of the banging variety

QUEEF Qult

11:30 - See you in the Light - Balisha

"To see you in the Light would be an honour and a blessing. To gather and be met in a space that holds roots below and spirit above, can provide a moment of meditation." - Balisha

13:00 - Soundbath with Soesen Edan

Submerge in the sound of sacred instruments and alleviate disharmony. A truly powerful and healing experience.

15:00 - Bee Rosebud

16:30 - Limpid

Wonky electronica for the discombobulated.

17:45 - Queef presents: Queer Shorts.

A mixed media collection of queer art shorts. Screening work from: Leon Clowes, Lyn Vegas, BIPED, Yana Bachynska and more.

19:00 - HelloCatFood

AV artist and curator of ​​(Algo|Afro) Futures from Brum - a mentoring programme for early career Black artists who want to explore the creative potential of live coding. HelloCatFood uses live coding techniques to demystify technology and reveal its design decisions, limitations, and creative potential.

20:15 - Samiir Saunders

Mixed-media poet based in Birmingham. Their work consists of spoken word poetry, performance art, experimental hip-hop, browser-based artworks, and poetry films.

21:15 - Lyn Vegas

Redeemed communist turned transsexual. Lyn Vegas is an industrial, techno, garage project for former nihilists that just want to dance.

Cosmo-dome

12:00 - Singing Inner Landscapes

A workshop to reveal and explore the raw intuitive voice, finding ways to sing our unique songs - together.

13:30 - Solar Viewings

The wide open skies at Braziers Park are the roof of the festival, and with our telescope for viewing the sun during the daytime, you can enjoy an enhanced experience of the cosmos.

Shed

12:00 - Plastics

Incendiary invective from this sulphuric B-Town based destruction unit.

13:30 - Tara Clerkin Trio

Tara Clerkin, Sunny-Joe Paradisos and Patrick Benjamin have been playing together and apart in various guises and forms in Bristol for around a decade. Drifting from dubby minimalism to smudged jazz, the triumvirate reflect a romantic view of a familiar world.

15:00 - Reciprocate

Skewed and deliriously off-kilter racket that haunts the dreams of amp-worshippers across the underground; featuring longtime SN alumni Stef Ketteringham, Henri Grimes and Marion Andrau

16:30 - Thee alcoholics

Newly installed as the lairiest band on the block, Thee Alcoholics' pugilistic assault of demented sludge-kraut racket is here to relight your ire. Aggro noise rock boiled down to its essence, no messing about.

18:00 - Dean Rodney Jr & The Cowboys

Dean Rodney Jr is a prolific writer and musicians that describes his music as a cross between hip hop and pop. Over the past two years while being at home in lockdown, Dean wrote and recorded 54 albums, describing a fictional alternative version of the present day world, Dean TV World, which he chronicles in his live act. He's joined by his backing band The Cowboys, featuring members of Ravioli Me Away, Design A Wave, Clémentine March and space-trumpet player Robyn Rocket.

19:30 - Abstract Concrete

The latest project from Charles Hayward, in cagoots with Agathe Max, Yoni Silver, Otto Willberg and Roberto Sassi, spans a wide emotional landscape, focused on connection and communication using a genre fluid sound world of song, groove and fire; cut through with the lyrical intensity the world demands right now.

21:00 - Guttersnipe

Xenofeminist crisis rock overload. Operating on a level beyond 99.9% of bands on earth's ken, an orgiastic frenzy of kaleidoscopic righteousness and delirious rancour

22:30 - Surgeon

Maverick and iconoclastic legend Surgeon has been at the forefront of UK techno for the best part of the last three decade, renting the usual boundaries of the genre asunder with barely a glance at convention or constraint, wave goodbye to yer neural pathways

House / Woods

13:00 - Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall has been exploring multifarious and sometimes inappropriate approaches to playing the ‘Cello in all kinds of 'genres', spontaneous ways and experimental settings since around 1998, with musicians, dancers, children, theatre-makers and passers-by.

14:00 - Tamara MacArthur

Tamara MacArthur is a Glasgow-based visual artist exploring longing, futility and the boundaries of intimacy through installation, performance, drawing and video.

15:00 - Graphic Score Making Workshop

A graphic score is an artwork for a musician, who interprets and investigates the shapes, lines and colours to create a performance that calls on their imagination and musical experience. Join Matthew Lee Knowles for a graphic score making workshop where participants will produce scores and have them performed at the piano in Braziers house.

Unscheduled / Around Site

Jooklo Duo

Blowing minds all over the world since 2004, Italy's Jooklo Duo (Virginia Genta on reeds, flutes, piano, percussion and David Vanzan on drums) keep spreading their powerful and uniquely vibrant sound, deeply rooted in free jazz avant-garde but heavily influenced by traditional folk music, and open to full-throttle extreme sound experiments.

Blue Topography

Blue Topography looks at different ways to document time and to inhabit landscapes. The results are these large scale photographic flags. Each flags is a full body print exposed as a cyanotype print in situ. Join Lindsay Marek and Lukas to create your own mini cyanotype flags that we will decorate by collaging photographs with plants and leaves and foraged from around the Supernormal site .

Blessed Pangolin’s Wandering Karaoke

Find her gliding around the grounds after dark with her faithful acolyte, pick a track from her Laminated Shield of Song, and be rewarded with a unique blessing card from her Sacred Sack.

SN Merch Stand w/ Lutra Studio: DIY Screenprint Merchshop Workshop

LUTRA is a not-for-profit experimental printmaking studio in Leeds. Come and create experimental screen printed artwork that you will print by hand! No prior skills needed and all ages welcome. DIY merch for all!

Rummaging with Chase Coley and Robin Foster

This workshop/performance will introduce participants to the performance practice Rummaging. Using junk and found objects scavenged from around the site we will explore concepts relating to the practice, scavenge for objects and materials to perform with, and then work together to devise a group performance.

Ruth Faulkner

Ruth Faulkner will show two new works.‘The Ghosts of Breakfast Past’ and ’Inside the Witches Hat’, exploring the worlds of magical eggs and traffic codes amidst mischief wonder. The curious will be rewarded.

Bang Bang Drum School

Two family drumming workshops. The Saturday session will be an introduction to bucket drumming and basic drumming technique, Sunday will be a sound walk across the site making use of found objects. ​

Interactive Musical Ultrasonic Robot

An Arduino controlled musical robot designed by Jake Blanchard. Use the Ultrasonic sensors to control the sound and movement of IMUR.

Genius Treasure Collection

Genius Treasure Collection is made up of paintings, sculptures, figurines and other handmade beauties collected mostly from car boots and markets by Huhtamaki Wab. Previously housed in his bedroom in London the "museum" was open once a week to the public. For Supernormal '22 GTC is coming on wheels. Expect joy, lols and beauty from this unique collection.

Pop-up darkroom

Join Maryanne in her pop-up dark room tent for two sessions in print development open to adults and accompanied children. - Session 1 is an introduction to photograms; use objects to create your own print design to keep. Use the provided objects or bring your own. Session 2 is an experimental process using digital images. Send over a black and white photo to create one stylised and one normal print to keep. Each session will admit 6 participants and take 2 hours

The Sound Of The System Smashing

If you're feeling somewhat alienated from aspects of our current system, Jez and Linda would like you to roll up and vent some discontent. In this radical remake of the traditional 'Crockery Smash', there will be painting and noise. Paint out your pain, make some fucking noise, together we can smash it!

The Cosmodome

The Cosmodome is Supernormal’s official observatory! The wide open skies at Braziers Park are the roof of the festival, and with our telescope for viewing the sun during the daytime, you can enjoy an enhanced experience of the cosmos. As well as looking up, look out for other workshops and talks happening in this space throughout the festival

‘The Palace’ documentary by Jo Prichard

The Palace is a loud, emotional portrait of a unique community rooted in South London saying a reluctant goodbye to their social hub and playground of the past 20 years at London Palace Bingo Club. Told through the stories of the regulars that loved it, and the owner who couldn’t save it.

'The Genius Treasure Collection' Documentary by Tom Harrad

The Genius Treasure Collection profiles the personal collection and museum of artist Huhtamaki Wab. The collection itself is a monument to everyday creativity; a vast array of creations, artworks and found objects all bought from artists, markets, car-boots, or found on motorway sidings and other unlikely places. The film portrays an unusual, warm, and welcoming side of London which is becoming rarer by the day, and gives an insight into a unique and generous artist and collector, who believes passionately in the creative potential of us all.

Hat Lady

The Hatlady returns for Supernormal 2022, she is ready to entertain you with her illuminated head gear, when the sun goes down she will emerge and dazzle you with her creations, one for each evening and some day time specials too

DAWTA by Jessica Ashman

Credits: Written, directed and animated by Jessica Ashman Music by Jessica Ashman featuring Bimpe Alliu, recorded, mixed and mastered at Marketstall Recordings by Mark Estall. Film Sound Mixed by Chris Smith at Kluster Rooms Additional Animation: Laura. N. Tamara Colouring Assistant: Leah Morris Additional Live Action Footage: Leanne Davies and Sameer Shastri Produced by Abigail Addison Supported by Arts Council England and Animate Projects Publications quoted from the archives of Black Cultural Archives and The Library of Birmingham Additional quotes from ‘Kindred’ and ‘Parable of the Sower’ by Octavia Butler. Special thanks - Sameer Shastri, my friends and family, Flatpack Festival and Supernormal Festival. Dedicated to my Mother, Grandmother and my ancestors.

THE CLOAK OF FAILURE - NewFrontEars

The Cloak of Failure is an installation artwork that will be created during the festival by you. If success is normative and accumulative, then is there success in failure? Does failure always need to be considered a rehearsal for success? Or can it offer us clues for others way of living?

The Exponential Undergrowth™ Salon

Fingers as restless as an unsent email? Eyes glazed like a laptop that never turns off? Heart stuck in draft mode? 

You could be suffering from capitalism.

Here at The Exponential Undergrowth™ Salon we get your inner foliage back online with our 99%* natural treatments hand-picked** and hand-crafted*** in local South Oxfordshire countryside by our team of dedicated beauticians. 

All major credit cards accepted.

The Exponential Undergrowth™ Salon is brought to you by Growing Solidarity.

Organised around anarcho principles of mutual aid, Growing Solidarity is a grassroots project based at Hempen Cooperative. We work alongside individuals and families from refugee backgrounds in Reading. With nature as our foundation, our tools and our backdrop, we connect to ourselves, each other and the natural world. We learn and exchange skills around foraging and food growing, harvest and share what we grow and together build community care and resilience.  

Wingshan Smith - Storms to Come: Part 1

‘Storms to Come’ embodies elements of folklore, ancient ritual, and witchcraft to interrogate the gendered personification, prediction, summoning, and management of storms across disciplines, time, and cultures.

Solarphones by Chris Ruffoni

Small solar panels power a chaotic mechanical system contained within bespoke wooden enclosures, each containing 7 tuneable guitar strings. The system produces random sequences of notes, dictated by the amount of sunlight. Designed to connect directly with the environment in the present moment - they only sound when there is sufficient light.

The Cosmic Wendy House

Stone Cornelius presents Refreshing/Unsettling. Clamber inside The Cosmic Wendyhouse for a multi-sensory meditation, with a choose-your-own-adventure twist. Pick your box wisely and settle in for a short burst of invigorating time out.

Repeater Radio

Based out of a twitcher hut on the main field in the heart of the action, Repeater Radio will be broadcasting live 24/7 throughout the entire duration of the festival. Anchored by station manager jonny mugwump and regular live broadcaster and existential-crisis-management hero Hexham Head, expect live performances, DJ’s and opportunity for as many of you to be involved as possible.

Samantha Rees & Manuel Padding

“The pyramids were built on the busted backs of the proles, but this construct is 90% smoke so there's little heavy lifting required. Manuel Padding will eschew his obvious talent for psychedelic sound exploration and dulcet bedside chat to concentrate on forging connections across mediums & borders, much as he does in his day job as a bridge operator for the municipality of The Hague. Samantha Rees will perform a tightrope act for image, sculpture and audio that traverses the fringe elements that Padding seeks to unite. Her ropes will act like guidelines for these would be revolutionaries in their quest to overthrow your false deities and your common sense. This isnae a pyramid scheme, this is the real deal so sign up now.” - Ali Robertson (Giant Tank, Usurper, Sonic Bothy, etc.)

Sabo o’tage

Live performance art

QUEEF QULT

QUEEF QULT MANIFESTO QUEER PUNK PARTIES - Exploring the ideology of Queer punk Queef Qult is here to decolonize music & art spaces through its punk experimentation. Queef Qult is technicolour futurism. Queef Qult is impassioned by experimental expression and queer culture. Queef Qult subverts the norms of audience experience, cultivating punk, party and mindfulness to create an immersive safe space. Queef Qult values collaboration and celebrates individuals. Queef Qult culture is representation; creating a flexible platform for artists to be seen and heard.

Pretty Grim x GY!PA