2015 marks the tenth anniversary of shut up and listen!, interdisciplinary Festival for Music and Sound  Art. We‘d like to celebrate this fact with a special edition which acknowledges the usual principles —  networking, interconnections, and stylistic plurality — yet also leaves space for a critical reflection of  previous festival editions. Featuring a photo exhibition and a round table with current and previous  curators and cooperation partners, we reflect upon the past and speculate about the future. Additionally,  this year’s festival will be followed by an audiovisual publication, to be published in 2016, featuring  participants and artistic contributions of these past ten years. SUAL 2015 offers a multifaceted program which features the ‘expected’ presentations of advanced  contemporary music and sound making in the context of art music and sound-based visual art (such as the  Paetzold-bass flute sextet PLENUM and the Hungarian experimental musician Zsolt Sörés), but also  includes the Viennese Avant-garde-Pop-Band Pabst and the oriental world music duo Salah Ammo and  Peter Gabis. With a site-specific light environment by starsky and three (Post-)Fluxus performances by  the mysterious Philip Corner and his partner Phoebe Neville as well as a beer drinker ensemble and a  photo exhibition we look at the world over the rim of our (auditive) tea cups. Further perspectives open  up in introductory talks and the informal interaction between all participants, favored by the intimate,  yet highly focused listening environment of the echoraum.   SUAL 2015: So far! So good. Belma Bešlić-Gál und Bernhard Gál