Electronic producer Ka Fu performs live in the wilderness
Experimental and electronic composer Ka Fu performed a live set for the Be-At TV channel on Youtube that premiered on the 27th of February 2020. It was recorded in an art park and set exhibition called Nikola-Lenivets in Russia. The footage is nature meets electronic, and vice-vera, with Ka Fu, is enthusiastically performing and engaged in his set, while his surroundings of lake and forest create a tranquil atmosphere for the viewer.
Ka Fu has released his take on Lama’s Dream song ‘Rain Catcher’, supported by noteworthy Youtube channel Ambient. 2019 Ka Fu’s breakthrough year, gaining attention for his debut album Encoding: Master. Assisted mixing was done by acclaimed Klas-Henrik Lindblad from Berlin Blackhead Studios. The success of the album help him gain support from Data Transmission, XS Noize, Child Of House, La Belle Musique, the_accidental_poet and Progressive Dreamers to name a few.
Ka Fu speaks about his wilderness performance:
“I had never been to the park before but had heard that it had been inhabited by our pagan ancestors, dating back to the fifth century. Locals tell stories of ancient rituals being held there during the solstice, and the place still holds ancient energy. For me the experience was a journey to my roots, to connect what I feel resonating from nature (loneliness and power) with the endless possibility of creativity. I reflected that in the music I chose for the set, different from anything I’ve played before with some hidden details.I played at 5 am, it was a bit cold, dark and foggy, but a beautifully unique atmosphere. I was pleasantly surprised by the amazing acoustics of the place. The locals in the village a few kilometres away could hear the music.Overall it was a perfect experience. Alone with nature. Alone with the music.”