Treanor and Fell will join up with Japanese sound artist Ryoko Akama for a unique performance.
Support will come from Basic Switches and Fizzy.
The party will double up as a Hope not Hate fundraiser. Accordingly, the entry fee is pay-as-you-feel, though the suggested donation is £5+.
Algomech, which describes itself as a ‘festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement’, will also feature workshops and a symposium alongside events and performances.
On May 18, the festival will host an algorave event, Algo/Mesh, showcasing a range of producers that make dance music from live code.
Algomech Festival returns to Sheffield from 17–19 May. For more information, check out the festival's website.
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