Floex and Robot Josef (CZ), Ohnody

Floex and Robot Josef (CZ), Ohnody

Floex and Robot Josef (CZ), Ohnody
April
20
Monday 19:30
Exhibition space

Floex and Robot Josef (CZ), Ohnody

  • Electronic
  • Pop

For the first time in the history of the A38, a robot is drumming on stage! Floex and Robot Josef along with Never Sol singer pay a visit from Prague. Extraordinary support will come by Ohnody.

The czech renowned composer and multimedia artist Floex comes to festival and club stages with a new concert project that is linked to the celebration of the 10th anniversary of

the legendary PC game Machinarium (to which Floex is the original soundtrack composer and that sold over 5 milion units worldwide!). The concerts are joined by the pop singer Never Sol and a special drumming robot Josef who you might remember as the abovementioned PC game main character. 

You’ll hear a selection of tracks from Floex’s work incl. the newly released Machinarium Remixed (October 2019), a special vinyl edition of remixes introduced by the first single by the legendary British electronic duo Orbital. Orbital had a major influence on generations of musicians, including Floex himself, admitting they are big fans of Machinarium PC game themselves: “I played Machinarium when it first came out and it quickly became one of my favourite all-time games, with my favourite game score of all time,” said Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll about discovering Floex’s soundtrack.

During the live show are also presented songs from previously released A Portrait of John Doe that Floex composed in collaboration with the British pianist/composer Tom Hodge and that received many prestigious awards, incl. Angel Award (Czech Grammy).

Floex (Tomáš Dvořák - clarinetist, composer, producer and multimedia artist) creates unique atmospheric universe which explores possibilities of co-existence between electronic and acoustic worlds of sounds.   


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