« MUTEK is one of those festivals that makes programming look like an art. Every artist is carefully chosen, every running order closely considered every visual component meticulously planned. »
Running from May 29 to June 2, MUTEK has been one of Montréal’s favorite festivals since its inception in 2000, as it forgoes typically commercial headliners in favor of more underground, lesserknown producers and performers.
Taking place at different Small-scale venues around Montréal’s downtown area, MUTEK will showcase more than 75 local and international artists in its five-day run this year.
International Artists: 1024 Architecture, Ame, Andy Stott, Brandt Brauer Frick, Dejuepuchas, Dictaphone, Efdemin, Emika, Emptyset, Franck Vigroux+Antoine Schmitt, Jamie Lidell, John Robert, John Talabot, John Tejada, Jon Hopkins, Juan Atkins+Moritz von Oswald, Juju & Jordash, Laurel Halo, Lee Gamble, Letherette, Lukid, Martyn, Matthew Herbert, Michael Mayer, Nils Frahm, Nosaj Thing, Onra, Pantha du Prince & the Bell Laboratory, Robert Hood, Ryoichi Kurokawa, Saschienne, Space Dimension Crontroller, The Field, Tokimonsta
Canadian Artists: Audiotopie+Roche Ovale+Thierry Gauthier, A Century in Slow Motion, Alex Pudas, Andy Dixon, Atam One, Augustine Wrong, Baya Cardell & Fils, Boundary, Chris Hreno, Chris McNamara, Cloudface, Dan Browne, Steve Richman & Dan Driscoll, Dead Horse Beat, Deadbeat, Dominique Skoltz, Erin Sexton, Émilie Mouchous, Anne-Françoise Jacques, Andrea-Jane Cornell & Magali Babin, Frivolous, Graze, Hear, Herman Kolgen, Hobocult, Jesse Bru, Jesse Osborne-Lanthier, K.a.n.t N.a.g.a.n.o., Leyla Majeri & Katherine Kline, Mac Guffin, Manuel Chantre, Maotik & Fraction, Nicolas Bernier, Nokami & Michael Trommer, Pulses, Ramzi, Slowpitch, Stefny, Valentin Stip, Vlooper, WNDFRM, Yes Ma'am