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About TRA$H CONVERTERS

The TRA$H CONVERTERS team (Miguel Sá and Fernado Fadigas) shows the playful side of the record label Variz positing an unusual Electro-Space-Disco-Noise-Techno-Pop-Acid-House DJ set. They appear regularly in Lisbon and Porto and have been seen in some international festivals (Número Interfaces 2008 @ Hospital Júlio de Matos - Lisbon, VilaTone MMVIII @ Nikki Beach - Vilamoura, OFFF Lisbon '08 @ LX Factory, Sonic Scope '07 @ Bomba Suicida, +Olhares Pocket Fest 2007 @ Chapitô, Número-Projecta'06 @ Cinema S. Jorge, EXPerimenta Club'06 @ La Casa Encendida - Madrid, Clubbing @ Casa da Música - Porto, Toxic @ Fundição de Oeiras, SuperStereo Demonstration 2005 @ Castelo de Linhares da Beira, Hertzoscópio 2004 @ Fundição de Oeiras, 24h Non-Stop @ Fundação de Serralves, Cosmopolis 2004 @ Castelo S. Jorge, Blue Spot 2003 @ Teatro Sá da Bandeira - Porto, Experimenta Design 2003 @ Cinema S. Jorge, Belfast Festival at Queens 2003 @ Menagerie, Mór festival 2003 @ Foot Fetish - Dublin, Boom festival 2002 @ Idanha-à-Nova) and at ZDB, Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto, Lux-Frágil, Museu do Chiado, Culturgest, Oui - Madrid, Kubik, Cabaret Maxime, MusicBox, Europa, Fábrica Braço de Prata, Triplex, Passos Manuel, Left, Lounge, Incognito, Abadia, Via Club, Olaria, O Século, A Capela, Aniki-Bóbó and more... They already performed alongside: Andy Vaz, Kaneng Lolang, Pete Herbert, Portable aka BodyCode, Safety Scissors, Lump, Tujiko Noriko, Sami Koivikko, Bruno Pronsato, Donnacha Costello, Optimo, Trevor Jackson, Krikor, Nova Huta, Neoangin, Jerry the Cat, Andy Vaz, Above Smoke, discopunk, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Princess Superstar + Alexander Technique, Boy From Brazil, Schlammpeitziger, Matéo Murphy, Sunpaja, Olympic Lifts, Zentex, I.B., Photonz, Loosers, Lolly and Brains, X-Wife, Ballet Mecânico, Orson & Welles, Nuno Bernardino, Plagia, [des]integração, among others... "The TRA$H Converters duo, Miguel Sá and Fernando Fadigas, has fun recycling Pop Trash by means of saturated electronics and everyone rocks to it." - Vitor Belanciano in Y, Público. Fernando Fadigas and Miguel Sá are two multidisciplinary artists with interventions and creations in the context of contemporary art – music, video, theatre and performance – made with different teams and in several places: Galeria Zé dos Bois, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Museu do Chiado, Experimenta Design, Festival Número-Projecta, Festival Offf, CCB, Culturgest, +Olhares Pocket Fest 2007, FinnFest, Festival em_Trânsito [Lisboa], Fundação de Serralves, Casa da Música, Bienal da Maia, Faculdade de Belas Artes [Porto], Toxic, Festival Hertzoscópio 2004 [Oeiras], BRG [Braga], Demo AV (Arcos de Valdevez), Out.Fest (Barreiro), Veneer/folheado (Belfast/Lisboa), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Pankowprojekt (Berlim), Plano XXI (Glasgow), Mor Festival (Dublin), Festival IFI (Pontevedra), Le Jardin Modern (Rennes), among many others. In 2001 they founded the record label, producer and promoter Variz [variz.org], which released six records and organised concerts by many international artists in Portugal, including: Neoangin, Portable, Bruno Pronsato, Lump, Sutekh, Cylob, Frank Bretschneider, Nova Huta, Fennesz, Akufen, Pete Herbert, The Activator, Jakob Kirkegaard, Kim Cascone, Cluster, Oriol Rossell, Ikue Mori, Curd Duca, discopunk, Andy Vaz, Above Smoke, Andrew Poppy, Jerry the Cat. Co-produced the multidisciplinary project SuperStereo Demonstration, which occurred in 2002 at ZDB Gallery and in 2005 at Linhares of Beira medieval castle. Also curated the music program of two editions of the Número-Projecta festival and recently the first edition of VilaTone - Vilamoura Mixed Media and Music Festival MMVIII. As Producers, they published in 2001 the album "7/10" by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and appeared in the compilations "Night Mode" (DVD inserted in the catalogue Em_Trânsito, Goethe-Institut Lissabon, 2005), "Portugal: A New Sound Portrait" (CD, N_records, 2005), "Sonic Scope" (CD, Grain of Sound, 2004), "Metrómetro" (CD, Variz, 2003), "Air Portugal" (CD, 00351, 2001).
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Genres:
Emotronic Concrete Club
Hometown:
Portugal

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Live Collage Sweatshirt
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Rainbow T-Shirt
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Circle Beanie
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About TRA$H CONVERTERS

The TRA$H CONVERTERS team (Miguel Sá and Fernado Fadigas) shows the playful side of the record label Variz positing an unusual Electro-Space-Disco-Noise-Techno-Pop-Acid-House DJ set. They appear regularly in Lisbon and Porto and have been seen in some international festivals (Número Interfaces 2008 @ Hospital Júlio de Matos - Lisbon, VilaTone MMVIII @ Nikki Beach - Vilamoura, OFFF Lisbon '08 @ LX Factory, Sonic Scope '07 @ Bomba Suicida, +Olhares Pocket Fest 2007 @ Chapitô, Número-Projecta'06 @ Cinema S. Jorge, EXPerimenta Club'06 @ La Casa Encendida - Madrid, Clubbing @ Casa da Música - Porto, Toxic @ Fundição de Oeiras, SuperStereo Demonstration 2005 @ Castelo de Linhares da Beira, Hertzoscópio 2004 @ Fundição de Oeiras, 24h Non-Stop @ Fundação de Serralves, Cosmopolis 2004 @ Castelo S. Jorge, Blue Spot 2003 @ Teatro Sá da Bandeira - Porto, Experimenta Design 2003 @ Cinema S. Jorge, Belfast Festival at Queens 2003 @ Menagerie, Mór festival 2003 @ Foot Fetish - Dublin, Boom festival 2002 @ Idanha-à-Nova) and at ZDB, Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto, Lux-Frágil, Museu do Chiado, Culturgest, Oui - Madrid, Kubik, Cabaret Maxime, MusicBox, Europa, Fábrica Braço de Prata, Triplex, Passos Manuel, Left, Lounge, Incognito, Abadia, Via Club, Olaria, O Século, A Capela, Aniki-Bóbó and more... They already performed alongside: Andy Vaz, Kaneng Lolang, Pete Herbert, Portable aka BodyCode, Safety Scissors, Lump, Tujiko Noriko, Sami Koivikko, Bruno Pronsato, Donnacha Costello, Optimo, Trevor Jackson, Krikor, Nova Huta, Neoangin, Jerry the Cat, Andy Vaz, Above Smoke, discopunk, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Princess Superstar + Alexander Technique, Boy From Brazil, Schlammpeitziger, Matéo Murphy, Sunpaja, Olympic Lifts, Zentex, I.B., Photonz, Loosers, Lolly and Brains, X-Wife, Ballet Mecânico, Orson & Welles, Nuno Bernardino, Plagia, [des]integração, among others... "The TRA$H Converters duo, Miguel Sá and Fernando Fadigas, has fun recycling Pop Trash by means of saturated electronics and everyone rocks to it." - Vitor Belanciano in Y, Público. Fernando Fadigas and Miguel Sá are two multidisciplinary artists with interventions and creations in the context of contemporary art – music, video, theatre and performance – made with different teams and in several places: Galeria Zé dos Bois, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Museu do Chiado, Experimenta Design, Festival Número-Projecta, Festival Offf, CCB, Culturgest, +Olhares Pocket Fest 2007, FinnFest, Festival em_Trânsito [Lisboa], Fundação de Serralves, Casa da Música, Bienal da Maia, Faculdade de Belas Artes [Porto], Toxic, Festival Hertzoscópio 2004 [Oeiras], BRG [Braga], Demo AV (Arcos de Valdevez), Out.Fest (Barreiro), Veneer/folheado (Belfast/Lisboa), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Pankowprojekt (Berlim), Plano XXI (Glasgow), Mor Festival (Dublin), Festival IFI (Pontevedra), Le Jardin Modern (Rennes), among many others. In 2001 they founded the record label, producer and promoter Variz [variz.org], which released six records and organised concerts by many international artists in Portugal, including: Neoangin, Portable, Bruno Pronsato, Lump, Sutekh, Cylob, Frank Bretschneider, Nova Huta, Fennesz, Akufen, Pete Herbert, The Activator, Jakob Kirkegaard, Kim Cascone, Cluster, Oriol Rossell, Ikue Mori, Curd Duca, discopunk, Andy Vaz, Above Smoke, Andrew Poppy, Jerry the Cat. Co-produced the multidisciplinary project SuperStereo Demonstration, which occurred in 2002 at ZDB Gallery and in 2005 at Linhares of Beira medieval castle. Also curated the music program of two editions of the Número-Projecta festival and recently the first edition of VilaTone - Vilamoura Mixed Media and Music Festival MMVIII. As Producers, they published in 2001 the album "7/10" by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and appeared in the compilations "Night Mode" (DVD inserted in the catalogue Em_Trânsito, Goethe-Institut Lissabon, 2005), "Portugal: A New Sound Portrait" (CD, N_records, 2005), "Sonic Scope" (CD, Grain of Sound, 2004), "Metrómetro" (CD, Variz, 2003), "Air Portugal" (CD, 00351, 2001).
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Genres:
Emotronic Concrete Club
Hometown:
Portugal

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