Terraforma Festival—the small, intimate yet international festival dedicated to artistic experimentation and environmental sustainability—has completed its lineup for this year's edition with the addition of the following new names:
Stine Janvin will open the festival in the villa's labyrinth for an ethereal performance, followed by the duo N.M.O. Ron Morelli, head of the established L.I.E.S. imprint will play a set blending house and punk closing the festival program on Saturday, and the Canadian cellist Julia Kent will deliver a cinematic and evocative live performance, too. KAFR will perform together, combining synth, vocals, and traditional Indonesian instruments, while the Rome-based Rawmance is back at Terraforma with a daytime set.
The all-embracing schedule of Terraforma always avoids overlap so guests can enjoy the entire program. Also, this year Terraforma will make use of Tropic Disco Sound, an audio system built in Jamaica that will make an appearance with various sets hosted on this system, including Tropic Disco Sound System, John Swing feat. David Soliel-Mon, Paquita Gordon & Ece Duzgit, the bass legend Mala, and Rashad Becker.
The above artists add to the following previously announced names, with the complete lineup as follows:
KAFR (Rabih Beaini & Senyawa)
Tropic Disco Sound System
John Swing feat. David Soleil-Mon
Paquita Gordon & Ece Duzgit