Skaj Session w/ Siksa and Putan Club

Skaj Session starts on the 26th of April at Lumbardhi and presents a musical program that carries the weight of experimenting, being in strong connection with what we overcome, tolerate and accept.

Music as the connecting point of this feeling, brings a series of groups from Poland to Japan, and from the U.S. back to Kosovo and its expanded region, under the theme of Skaj (Edge), as an opportunity to articulate the various musical layers, to grasp the seed of revolt, calmness, agony, or even illusory feelings.

What is the edge, but the need to host the world inside of you, and to make sense of the stories we tell about ourselves and others.
Opening with Siksa’s stop in Prizren during their Devilicious tour on Friday, we get a chance to listen a feminist duo combining the energy of a punk concert, performative poetry or contemporary dance. Their work is personal, political and finds ways into articulating the stance of the unspoken meeting the deafening.

Thanks to the interaction with the audience, every show acquires unique dramatic qualities. In the limitations of the instruments and stage presence, the duo finds the strength to carve their own path.

Following up the same night we will welcome Putan Club, a duo from Italy and France standing as a time machine and the future footprint of what it means to be brave, revolutionary and a musical force of liberation.

Their resistance is organized by the archaic and immediate means of our century: electric voices and rumors, tanks and counted words, like saying from cave painting to the most daring conceptualism, from avant- rock to contemporary classical music and more brutal techno/house.

They have performed in numerous states and festivals [Amplifest (PT), Bazant Pohoda ( SK), Tomorrow Fest (Shenzhen, RPC), Milhoes ( PT), Croisements festival (Beijing, RPC)], and will be soon here in Prizren for a night of pure exaltation.