Luka Prinčič summer '24 TRAIN tour

Hi, I'm a genderqueer musician, sound designer, and media artist from Ljubljana, Slovenia.

I perform as a live-coding artist (experimental computer music) and as a DJ (electro-breaks and bass dance music). I run a Creative Commons netlabel Kamizdat including event series Kamizdat Rentgen and Major Arcana, and K⁝Ø podcasts, and I advocate for radical digital autonomy for musicians and artists through a recent #BeYourOwnPlatform initiative. I can talk, discuss, or give workshops about these topics.

I'm looking for performance opportunities in central Europe this spring-summer using trains as the main means of transport through three time frames:

See below for specific dates, and get in touch via for any further info.


Luka Prinčič is a musician, sound designer, and media artist. They have been writing music, creating sound art, performing, and manipulating new media in various ways since the mid-’90s. They specialize in computer music, elaborated funk beats, immersive soundscapes, incidental music for live arts and video, and digital media experiments.

Their livecoding performance has been described as "an experience of pure computer music, drawing on the heritage of IDM and contemporary experimental currents, creating cinematic ambient soundworlds that evoke a sense of loneliness in cyberspace." (J. Bužinel). As a veteran of the Slovene breaks and bass club scene they have been laying down mixes on a spectrum from breakbeat to uk bass and beyond, organizing night events in the Slovene capital Ljubljana since the late 90's.

Their release “Pacification” under Wanda & Nova deViator moniker has been described as “skilfully traversing the boundaries between serious artistic and raving club discourse”. Furthermore, their work with Maja Delak was described as “energetically charged, with a cutting, even punk or underground poetics” and “an extremely fresh interplay of different practices from the fields of theatre, dance, music and intermedia art” (Liberal Academy’s Golden Bird Award). In 2013 they were awarded the Ksenija Hribar Award for their sound design for performances in the field of contemporary dance.

They performed at festivals like Iklectik (London), Ars Electronica (Linz), EMAF (Osnabrueck), Netmage (Bologna), MENT (Ljubljana), and Trouble (Brussels), worked at Ljubljana Digital Media Lab (Ljudmila) and local hackerspace CyberPipe (Ljubljana), collaborated with local international feminist festivals like City of Women and Red Dawns, exhibited at Kapelica Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, and MSUM Ljubljana, and traveled with their work all across Europe and further.

Luka Prinčič is passionate about free software, science fiction, social awareness, critical expressions, and the peculiarities of the contemporary human condition.

They work at the Emanat Institute and run Kamizdat, a boutique netlabel for adventurous music, in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

computer music / livecoding

A laptop (toplap!) performance is done using free/libre open source software with SuperCollider code usually projected for the audience to see exactly what the performer is doing. It can take either a sonic ambiental substance or more beat-driven algorave direction.

Technical needs:

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(last updated 27APR)

NOTE: each leg always starting from (and returning to) Slovenia


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2. leg — JUNE

cities in northern Italy, Switzerland, south-east France:

date city
27JUN thu ~ available ~
28JUN fri ~ available ~
29JUN sat Neuchâtel, Switzerland - Kamizdat DJ set

3. leg — SEPTEMBER

cities in north, central and south Italy, incl. Sicily

date city
12SEP thu ~ available ~
13SEP fri ~ available ~
14SEP sat ~ available ~
15SEP sun ~ available ~
16SEP mon ~ available ~
17SEP tue ~ available ~
18SEP wed ~ available ~
19SEP thu Malta, Figure It Out / Snađi se druže symposium