Jung an Tagen

Jung An Tagen © Milica Balubdzic
Jung An Tagen © Milica Balubdzic

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Genre(s): Electronic
From: Vienna, Austria
Management: santos@filhounico.com
Label: editionsmego.com/
Booking: santos@filhounico.com
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BIOGRAPHY

Barely adhering to established syntaxes of rhythm, melody, and timbre, Jung An Tagen seems to want to rewrite the rule book when it comes to electronic music. He’s off to a hell of a start.” The Wire

By using synthesis and sampling techniques Jung An Tagen builds aleatoric arrays, repetitive figures & polyrhythmic moirés that speak equally to the body and the mind. The grammar of this music is confounding, the language itself immediate, oscillating between modern composition and ritualistic techno, immersion and repulsion. In 2016 the Viennese based artist found a local home at Editions Mego, a label with more than 20 years of expertise in this territory. In the past Stefan Juster was present with different monikers on labels like NotNotFun, Blackest Rainbow, Orange Milk or his own imprints and worked on artworks for different artists e.g. Kevin Drumm and as an experimental video artist.


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