Night owls beware. The international MUTEK festival celebrates its fifth Barcelona anniversary in March with yet another grand dissemination of sound, music and visual art. International artists will play cutting-edge electronic nightly sets in four different clubs throughout the city.
The festival was organised for the first time in Montreal in 2000, and has gradually moved to Europe and Latin America and has sent its first electronic music delegation to China. This year, the Barcelona edition will host a variety of acts, from the UK (Andy Stott), USA (Laurel Halo), Germany (Marcel Dettman), France (1024 Architecture) and Spain (Brunetto) and the performances will take place in L’Institut Francais, Moog Club, Nitsa and Teatre Coliseum.
The idea of the festival is to build bridges between creativity and technology and thereby support innovation in new electronic music and digital art. Tickets are available as daily passes starting from €5-€10 to€60 for all four nights.