︵‿︵‿In the embrace of winter silence, as nature falls into a deep slumber, synthetic whispers blossom in the halls, quietly pouring like a dream onto the misty fields.‿︵‿︵

Wednesday, 20th December 2023 @ osmo/za // 20:00-23:00

Music Policy: noise, experimental electronic, ambient pop, sound design, ambiental

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Voluntary contributions will be gratefully received at the door!

The collective Nimaš Izbire and Projekt Atol in collaboration with the Šum magazine, present the third and, for the time being, last planned meeting of Rosišče (Dew Point) before the project is buried in naphthalene. Rosišče is a series of intimate evenings of listening to exploratory sounds of experimental electronic music accompanied by atmospheric visual interventions, condensed over the course of a year into three sessions in osmo/za.

˗ˏˋ Cicada [live performance, AR/CO]
For the final meeting, we have put together our most plentiful programme to date: from Berlin, we are joined by Latin-American artists Precario (Josefina Maro) and Genosidra (Carlos Quebrada) with their collaborative performance Cicada.

˗ˏˋ softworld [dj set, DE]
After the performance, the reins will be taken by Berlin-based music producer and dj softworld, who, as the name suggests, likes to create velvety tracks in the weigthless ambient-pop style that has been buzzing among niche online music circles in recent years.

˗ˏˋ The music event will be preceded by a talk with Vid Koprivšek, an artist active at the intersection of digital and physical media, contemporary painting and sculpture practices, computer graphics and intermedia installations.


Nimaš Izbire

Nimaš Izbire creative collective started as a DIY streetwear brand, but soon outgrew its boundaries and developed into a full-fledged community of designers, organizers, djs, vjs and other artists. Through music and design the collective strives to transform the (pop)cultural landscape in Slovenia that is still defined by the aesthetic concepts and mindset of established mainstream, and thus enable an environment that would be more accommodating and in line with the experiences, ideas and outlook of the young creative scene working and living in the still marginalized local setting.

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