Immersed in a theater environment from an early age, Emme touches almost every aspect of live performance, transforming the venue into her own cosmos. With lighting, costume and choreography - all designed and programmed by herself - Emme's sets stand out as a cathartic exploration of darker concepts, allowing the audience to dance, mosh or just watch.
Heaven Help Me is Emme's solo opera with a libretto that explores the consequences of an abusive relationship while delving into the performer's emotional mind.
Dark and intense, emme combines detailed sound design with heavy dance music and harsh vocals. Her music has caught the attention of other like-minded musicians such as Andy Morin, King Woman, S280F, Evanora Unlimited, Swan Meat and Zachary Jones of MSC & The Body.
Gil Schneider is a composer, producer and DJ born in Switzerland and living and working in Berlin. Their compositions and performances are closely interwoven, non-linear, yet exciting experiences that create haptics and emotions through the potential of music. With overlapping percussions, atmospheric sounds, dipping in and out of genres and timelines, Gil surprises audiences with a personal approach to movement.
Gil's musical work highlights their ability to experiment with contexts. Their publications include two EPs under Danse Noire and three pieces for a piano trio under Yegorka. Gil has also composed scores for Akinola Davies' BBC production Black to Life and the Channel 4 short and remixes released on PTP, Mixpak and Staycore.
Bossschnuffi and Guest are two Vienna-based artists who, together with DJ Terror, founded the collective and event series Dishes, which takes place twice a year in Vienna. They also work on the legendary Hyperreality Festival for Club Culture, which was launched by dramaturge Marlene Engel in 2016. In addition to their studies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, both work on their own projects that deal with and support musical creation.