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Molecule is a UFO in the musical landscape. Considered as "the pioneer of nomadic electronic music”, Molecule follows his own creative dogma: getting out of his comfort zone, confronting an extraordinary environment, capturing sounds and composing an album in situ without a single note being altered once the expedition is over.

For the -22,7°C project, Molecule went to Greenland, with his home studio, to compose music as close as possible to the polar nature. It took three days for Romain de la Haye-Serafini to reach Tiniteqilaaq, an isolated Inuit settlement on the east coast of Greenland. He brought with him his electro-survival kit — a home studio featuring keyboards, synthesizers, drum machines, and most importantly, highly sophisticated microphones with which to capture the sonic atmosphere of his new ecosystem.

The result is a contemplative album composed in situ in seven weeks in the middle of Far North and named after the lowest temperature recorded during his trip to the confines of the Arctic Circle.

The album will be transformed into a one-of-a-kind immersive experience and live show. This represents an innovative approach to addressing Climate Change using the power of music, all set to take place one month before COP 28.

Authors: Molecule, Dirty Monitor

Partners: Expo City Dubai, The Originals, Zorba, CNC, Ville de Paris, SACEM, Radio France, Adami, Wallimage, Poolpio, FMC (Fonds des médias du Canada), FIG55, SAT, Institut Français, Diversion.

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  • 27 Oct 2023 | 20:00 - 21:35

Pricing

Free

Location

Al Wasl Plaza Stage, Expo City Dubai

Minimum Age

All ages

Interests

  • Climate
  • Technology
  • Culture
  • Environment

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Event timings

Al Wasl Dome Experience

20:00 – 20:40

Live Act Live Act With DJ Molecule

20:40 – 21:35

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