Berlin musician, composer, producer and broadcaster, Gudrun Gut is a seminal figure in the German music scene. Through her ever-changing interdisciplinary music-based practice and regular output of recordings and performance activity, she has maintained a high profile in Europe for over thirty years. Not including compilations, Gut has artist credits on some 60 record releases.
Gut came to prominence in the early Eighties as a force in Mania D and the first incarnation of Einstürzende Neubauten and as one of a circle of young Shockmeisters known as ‘Geniale Dilletanten’. Her all female band MALARIA! was an extreme and notorious project that built a strong cult following in Europe and America. As evidence of their ongoing legacy, their hit, “Kaltes Klares Wasser” reached the German charts again in 2001 via a remix by CHICKS ON SPEED.
In 1997, Gut and Thomas Fehlmann began producing and hosting a Friday night two-hour radio program of Electronica, called Ocean Club Radio, on Radio Eins Berlin (still running and now syndicated). In the same year she started the label Monika Enterprise whose impressive catalogue now boasts over 60 exceptional releases.
At Volt Gudrun Gut will play an intense electronica live set that will take the audience to the inner electronic circuits of Berlin and other places.