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2.17. Saturday 21:00 → Club hall
ETHNOTECH W/Obadu

World music electronics, tribal steps and surprising twists for a whole night!
Ancient instruments and modern technology meet to find common ground in a mate – unicum on Saturday 17 February at Turbina. The handpan, the kaval, the doromb and of course there will be no shortage of gadgets.
Ethnotech has only just turned 1 year old, but it has already grown from a series of events to a music collective (made up of Obadu, NovaN, Zakhorov, Cord, Baladi, Meo Culpa, Diznaray and EarthJam) and will soon be a community label!

Performers:
⫸ OBADU
Obadu’s music features elements of Hungarian and Romanian folk music in a novel electronic arrangement. The kaval, the shepherd’s pipe and the flute play a prominent role in his music, which he combines with drum rhythms found in hip-hop and Latin American music. His genre is diverse, but at the same time his unique style is evident in each of his tracks.
He is the proud owner of two EPs and is about to release a full-length album.
⫸ ORGANIKA SOUND
Handpan based Organika Sound opens hearts with ambient and organic house tunes.
Adél Szirtes has been touring on handpan for years, which she has since added other vibrating instruments and now backs up with electronic foundations live.
She debuted her project in May last year to a sold-out audience at the Turbina, and since then she has toured with it to numerous festivals in addition to her concerts in Pest.
His first EP, Amazona, was released in December.

⫸ MEO CULPA
An ambassador of the blend of world music and electronica, his collections are varied but always with emotion and tribal sounds at the heart of his music, operating with both progressive and ancient elements.
Tribal Market is a resident on Ethnotech and The Musician, and his show Sacraticum on RadiOzora is a regular feature.
⫸ BÉTÉ aka SUHOV
A Szeged daredevil who hypnotises you with South American melodies one moment and evokes the atmosphere of a Berlin house party the next. He can do anything from folk to hip-hop.
A regular at Waldorfest, he has remixed for artists such as Deva and DakhaBrakha.

 

Tickets:
Earlybird: 2500
Presale: 3000
Presale II.: 3500
At the door: 4000
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