Zasavje Noisefest International
|Zasavje Noisefest International|
|Festival dates||6.6.2014 - 7.6.2014|
5.6.2015 - 7.6.2015
3.6.2016 - 4.6.2016
2.6.2017 - 3.6.2017
8.6.2018 - 9.6.2018
6.9.2019 - 7.9.2019
|Neven M. Agalma, Programme Director|
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Back in 2001, the now retired Noise Festival had its first edition. In a way, Zasavje Noisefest International is now its heir as the prime place to experience the current happenings of the noise scene.
The spiritus movens of the festival is Cadlag, Ontervjabbit, and . Even before initiating the festival, he was already organising events in Delavski dom Trbovlje Cultural Centre. His concert series Noise kurilnica (Noise Boiler Room), which started in 2013, is still taking place. This ardent set of Neven's activities helps a lot in putting up a varied and internationally minded line-up. To make it happen, he cooperates with some other crews and festivals, such as the Venoise crew from Venice and the Treviso art collective Dirtmor., a musician himself, who is active under many guises, the most known probably being
Programme and venues
There are usually around 30 hosted artists per year, and the more prominent guests of the festival include: Napalmeix (CH), Manuel Knapp (AT), Crank Sturgeon (USA), Lorenzo Abattoir (IT), Fukte (IT), Gravhund (DK), Hiroshi Hasegawa (JP), Analogue Suicide (TR), Casperelectronics (US), Fckn' Bstrds (NE), etc. Some of the notable local musicians are Theremidi Orchestra, Cadlag, , , and .
Besides the main part of the festival taking place at Vašhau, some of it – in the days before and after the festival – also takes place at venues such as Klub Metulj, Gustaf Hall, Pekarna, and Klub Menza pri koritu as well as in the ether of Radio Študent (RŠ). In Klub Menza, the event is set up by DRMK - Collective for Development of Youth Culture, who used to organise the now-deceased Noise Festival.
- Klub Menza pri koritu
- Klub Metulj
- Gustaf Hall, Pekarna
- Delavski dom Trbovlje Cultural Centre
- DRMK - Collective for Development of Youth Culture
- Radio Študent (RŠ)