Launched in 2015, Ableton’s Loop brings together over 400 music makers and thinkers to exchange ideas of music, creativity and technology over the course of three days. The summit offers not only presentations, discussions and performances, but also a number of participatory workshops and studio sessions geared towards artists, producers, educators and creative technologists who work with music.
With a lineup that already includes producers Jlin and Machinedrum, African music collective The Nile Project, Prince’s audio engineer Susan Rogers and avant-garde composer William Basinski to name a new, the final list of participants have now been announced.
Nosaj Thing will perform alongside Japanese artist Daito Manabe, Laurel Halo showcases a live performance alongside drummer Eli Keszler, and keynote conversations will be held with the likes of Ben Frost and Goldie. Also confirmed is The Roots’ Stro Elliot, Optimo’s JD Twitch, Japanese dubstep producer Goth-Trad, and Syrian avant-jazz group The Khaled Kurbeh & Raman Khalaf Ensemble.
Loop takes place from November 10th – 12th and will once again be staged at Funkhaus Berlin. Anyone wishing to attend Loop 2017 can register for tickets until August 3rd.
To see the full 2017 lineup and register head to the loop website here.