march, 2019

29mar(mar 29)7:00 pm30(mar 30)12:00 amThreshold Festival 2019 - Silicon Dreams


Event Details

Returning for the 9th year, Threshold Festival of Music & Arts 2019 will take over venues in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. As part of the celebrations, a selection of exciting new electronic artists will be presented by Silicon Dreams.


DEF NEON are a band who fuse elements of indie-rock, electro, synthpop and bass music to create a sound that has been described by critics as energetic, intense and unique. Having formed as a traditional guitar-based rock band, a mutual love of all things electronic soon emerged as the band began to reinvent their material using sequencers and samplers.

The Frixion

The Frixion is the international electropop duo of Gene Serene (having penned and performed songs for the likes of S’Express and Traumschmeire) and Lloyd Price (having produced with Massive Ego and Sigue Sigue Sputnik). The duo burst onto scene in 2017 with their debut, self-titled EP, receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike.


Synthwave, retrowave, electro pop, dance, indie....stuff


Anthemic pop with heart and ambition, Liverpool-based Gallia seems to be destined for big things.

Evil Pink Machine

An unfortunate elbow injury left Igor Delgado Martin unable to play guitar for months, making him turn to electronic instruments to create his own musical outlet. Combining electronica, alternative rock and psychedelia through a lo-fi scope, Evil Pink Machine crafts its own unique sound.

The Liverpool based act was originally born in London and features an eclectic mix of international musicians on their live performances.


FOXTRAP are an enticing recipe of indie, electronica, techno and a large dash of soaring, hypnotic female vocals. Their live shows take you on a winding journey, from ambient and smooth, to soaring ecstasy, to high energy infectious synth beats, pulsing bass and explosive crescendos. This is amplified by entrancing live visuals that engulf your senses and lull you into a trance.


Driven by a want to go against the grain and write music outside of the standard commercialised narrative OVVLS made a pact to exist in their own musical realm. Having both come from contradicting musical backgrounds the pair set out to challenge genre ideals and fight back against the global trends that have been dictating contemporary music within the last decade.


29 (Friday) 7:00 pm - 30 (Saturday) 12:00 am


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