Music & performance
Sat 13 May, 21:25

Scottish producer and sound artist TVO brings a new work created especially for FIBER Festival and this year’s theme of alchemy: ‘Hell Is Empty’. Dark, occult post-techno full of literary allusions.

TVO – short for The Village Orchestra – is the moniker of Ruaridh Law, producer and sound artist with an interest in the occult, psychogeography, sub basses and the points where all these subjects intersect. Taking his cue from the Shakespeare quote “Hell is empty, and all the devils are here” from ‘The Tempest’, Law premieres a brand new work, returning to FIBER after his great FIBER Podcast from 2012.

TVO (UK) Live is part of the concert programme at Shelter (20:30 – 23:00)


TVO has been dubbed “one of the UK’s most unfairly overlooked electronic artists” by The Quietus. He has released albums on labels such as Stuff, Highpoint Lowlife and his own Broken20 and collaborated with Andrew Sharpley of Stock, Hausen and Walkman, Paul Purgas from Emptyset and Shifted and Spatial. His latest album ‘Wind Die, You Die, We Die’ was a DVD featuring one film and four different soundtracks, and was heavily influenced by William S. Burroughs and his cut-up technique.