LONG FORM BIO
To Swedish producer and DJ, Henri Falk, electronic music constitutes a powerful medium for meditation.
Once, he was captivated by the electronic sounds, so evocative and rich in texture, with a musical architecture unlike anything else, often hypnotic and meditative. And experiences of being deeply connected with the sounds and the people around, sharing intimate and dreamy moments together. It sparked a fascination that went further than to just enjoy the music. He sought to understand it, play and experiment with it, wanted to be able to give such profound experiences to others, but with his own sound and expression.
He explores mainly in the musical territories of ambient, noise and techno, and is intrigued by combinations thereof, searching for the unexplored. There is an affinity for high frequency, otherworldly sounds, mystical vibes, and for incorporating organic elements via recorded field recordings, tape and radio. There is no particular preference to either dance floor or relaxed listening sessions. They are merely different ways of traveling towards the same place.
Henri is a student at dBs Music Berlin, where he is developing his production technique and experimenting with different types of equipment. He has recently co-founded an art collective and label with two of his peers at dBs called NÚNA Arts. The first EP releases on the label are expected in June 2019. He is currently also working with a few other artists on a sound healing project, and they will hold workshops at a few festivals during the summer 2019.
He was previously a resident sound artist at Berlin based collective Kepler 452b and has performed at respected venues such as Arena Club and Funkhaus in Berlin, the Bob Beaman Club in Munich, Alphabet in Tel Aviv, Elevator in Shanghai and The Great Northern in San Francisco.