November 18 is a date every fan of an unconventional music should mark in calendar. On this day Ars Cameralis Festival is going underground. Exactly 320 metres under the ground — a Finnish group K-X-P will perform in the Guido Coal-Mine in Zabrze.
The artists themselves describe K-X-P as an anti-group, whose music can’t be clearly defined, although the journalists usually use terms such as krautrock or electronics. As a description of their creation, the musicians use series of words ’original-elektronic-motorhead-space-trance-spiritual-rock-meditation-freejazz’. Their concerts are a huge dose of rhythm and energy, which makes the audience fall into a trance. Frontman — a valued Finnish artist Timo Kaukolampi — leads attenders like a mystic priest.
The group recorded three albums (or four, because the last album consist of two parts, which were released separately) and two EP (one with a pugnacious title History Of Techno).
The concert will take place on November 18 at 8 PM in the Guido Coal-Mine in Zabrze. The event will be preceded by a lecture about trance in music and literature, led by Dominka Węcławek — a journalist, writer and former editor-in-chief of magazine M/I. Tickets are available on Ticketportal, Ticketpro and Going.