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Nick Schofield and softcoresoft Join Marie Davidson and Colin Stetson on MUTEK's 2024 Lineup

The international festival of electronic music and digital creativity has released its (almost) complete lineup for its 25th anniversary edition.

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The (almost) complete lineup for MUTEK's 25th anniversary is now known.

Bana Haffar, softcoresoft, Nick Schofield, Korea Town Acid and Orchestroll are among the 40 names that have just been added to an already very rich lineup.


In total, more than 120 avant-garde electronic musicians and digital artists, both local and international, will perform on the stages of the Montreal festival during some 80 performances which will take place from August 20 to 25, 2024. Marie Davidson from Québec, Canadians Colin Stetson, Ciel and Kara-Lis Coverdale, as well as international stars Roman Flügel, Jacques, Steffi and Waajeed are also expected at MUTEK this year.

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Most of MUTEK events will take place at the MTELUS venue, at the Théâtre Maisonneuve at Place des Arts and at the Société des arts technologies (SAT). The New City Gas will host for a second year three concerts on August 21, including Film Scores for No One: a Project by Patrick Watson. The Montreal musician will present this new instrumental work with modular synthesizers along with several guest surprises.

MUTEK also invites its festivalgoers every evening to the Esplanade Tranquille for free open-air shows. In 2023, nearly 46,000 showed up.

The final musicians participating in MUTEK's 25th anniversary will be announced this summer.

More information here.

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