ba:zel is an electro-acoustic project based in Prague formed in 2014. It features piano, flute, heavy bass, a fragile soprano, and post-techno/dub/grime beats. Members include Ewelina Chiu (vocals, piano, synthesizer, flute) and Daniel Vlcek (beats, synthesizers, bass guitar/vocals). The debut album ‘eye draw(s) the line’ (2016) provoked a variety of labels including “frosty minimalism (Beehype), electro- nightmare pop (Alterecho)” or “music for sleep-deprived ravers (180 AM Collective).”

David Vrbík has been active on the Czech alternative scene since 1998, he created compositions for dance theatre, and later began focusing on animation and programming theatrical technologies. He is a founding member of the dance group TOW, which created a stir in the dance community with its approach to technology, particularly the synchronization of audio, light, and laser projection.