23 November 2019
Hear extracts of influential mixes and a sound installation of recordings from Ö1 Kunstradio & B92 radio samples, which will give you a flavour of the Serbian 1990s subculture, in IWM London’s atrium.
London-based journalist, broadcaster and DJ Kate Hutchinson will then lead a panel of music-activists in a discussion about the rave scene in 90s Belgrade.
Examining the role music played in politicising youth culture during the presidency of Slobodan Milošević, Kate Hutchinson will be joined by the Serbian DJ and music journalist, Tijana T; acclaimed music critic and programme editor of Dom omladine Beograda Cultural Center and EXIT Festival’s Main Stage, Dragan Ambrozic; and co-founder of the independent Belgrade-based radio station B92, Gordan Paunovic.
Please note: No booking is required for the performance in the atrium, however to attend the talk, you will need to book one of our free tickets
Rebel Sounds Live is part of Culture Under Attack, a free season of three exhibitions, live music, performances and talks at IWM London that explore how war threatens not just people’s lives, but also the things that help define us. Telling stories spanning 100 years, Culture Under Attack reveals why some try to erase or exploit culture, while others risk everything to protect, celebrate and rebuild it.