EYIBRA (fka Abraham Brody)- a former collaborator of Marina Abramovic and artist in residence at National Sawdust, presents their new album DIOMEDE, out now, that explores queerness and non-binary identity through mythology, kinship, and community anthropology. Using electronic music production with strings, broken beats, and a diversity of vocal manipulations, DIOMEDE explores the sonic, thematic, and sacred elements of queer identity.

EYIBRA is currently artist in residence at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with their collective MUXX, a performance and multimedia project exploring queerness and emerging technologies through the identity of collaborator and ‘Muxe’ (an indigenous third gender from the Zapotec nation of Mexican) Lukas Avendaño.

EYIBRA was named a WNYC New Sounds ‘Top 10 Artist of 2017’, and has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, Kalblut, Metal Magazine, WNYC, NPR, the Independent, and Clash Magazine, among others.

NNUX is the solo project of Mexican composer, producer and keyboard player Ana López-Reyes, who is based in Mexico City. Her music is based on the digital processing of samples from voices, acoustic instruments, everyday sounds, electronic beats and synthesizers.

She has performed in different venues in Mexico and the USA, including cultural spaces, DIY venues and festivals in Mexico City, Boston and New York City. Her music has been featured on BBC Radio1, FACT Magazine, and XLR8R. She has been commissioned by Metropolis Ensemble (NYC) for the Flamekeepers and Biophony projects (2021) and is currently one of the members of the project MUXX, which received the Art and Technology Grant awarded by Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). She’s been twice awarded the prestigious Jóvenes Creadores grant by the National Endowment for Culture and Arts (Mexico), both in 2019 and 2021. Also interested in the social impact of music, she was recently appointed co-director of Found Sound México, the Mexican division of NY-based organization Found Sound Nation, working in providing support for musicians whose work plays an important role in empowering communities.

In 2020, she released her debut LP Ciudad on Mexico City-based label VAA.