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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo II

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo ll’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 17.11.2017 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin/Tokyo ll opens on the same night as Victor Ash’s 10-year Anniversary of the Astronaut Cosmonaut wall and will run until 10.12.2017.

 

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin/Tokyo” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin/Tokyo’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the modern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

 

‘BERLIN / TOKYO II’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo ll

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 17.11.2017 at 18:30
Exhibition: 18.11.17 to 10.12.2017

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com/
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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo II

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo ll’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 17.11.2017 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin/Tokyo ll opens on the same night as Victor Ash’s 10-year Anniversary of the Astronaut Cosmonaut wall and will run until 10.12.2017.

 

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin/Tokyo” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin/Tokyo’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the modern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO II’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo ll

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 17.11.2017 at 18:30
Exhibition: 18.11.17 to 10.12.2017

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com/
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid

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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 18.11.2016 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin Raw” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin Raw’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the übermodern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 18.11.2016 at 19:00
Exhibition: 19.11.16 to 27.11.2016

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid



Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Berlin-based photographer Yuto Yamada has two favorite objects for his camera: Berlin and the city where he comes from: Tokyo.

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In his ongoing series ‘Berlin Raw’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay. This a total contrast to his otherwise very futuristic and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated skyscrapers with a neo Tokyo style. And it is exactly this contrast that is the appeal for Yuto Yamada.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke 

Opening: Friday 18.11.2016 at 19:00
Exhibition: 19.11.16 to 04.12.2016

12:00-18:30

 

=> http://yuto-yamada.com
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid

 



JUNGLE SYNDICATE in BERLIN

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Jungle Syndicate European Tour 2015

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// Shitwife //
Live Breakcore Electronica Punk Drum duo. Ladyscraper vs Henri. London.

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// Smyla //
Drum & Bass – The Amen Break – Jungle – Teck – Atmospheric Experimental

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// Dr Bastardo //
Hardcore, Jungle, Breakcore, Experimental

Contrary to popular belief, Dr. Bastardo has no formal medical training but is a respected academic professional in the world of techno science.
Dr. Bastardo’s first practical experiments were made available to the public in 2006 on the 2×12 “When Dub Plates Attack” on Peace Off. He has since had work released by Ad Noiseam, Proboscus, Rancourous, and Our Fucking Jungle. He is also well known for his live practical demonstrations of techno science at events around the UK and Europe.

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// Ghost //

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Ghost is a musician/producer based in Cambridge, England who has spent most of his life writing music.
Ghost’s organic beats are truly one of kind. As a crucial member of the LIFE4LAND collective and the local rave scene, he remains a highly respected producer by his peers who’ve come to recognize him as one of the leading forces of LIFE4LAND.
Ghost has recently released two CDs ‘Mu Fu Da Jiang Jun’ & ‘F.I.S.T. ep’, which can be found, along with his other releases, on

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// Anorak //
mutant jungle// rave / idm for your face

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The ANORAK, originally the code name for a secret military experiment that sought to create the ultimate killing machine. Part of the Akira project that focused on integrating man with machine, project ANORAK was the only successful prototype. However the scientists could not isolate and remove human emotion and thus their creation turned on them, realising their evil intensions for creating him, killing them all and destroying everything in his path. ANORAK them came to Bristol and applied his genetic predisposition for destruction into producing the heaviest rave music ever made.

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// RaggaMuffin //

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London Co-Founder / DJ / Producer / Promoter / Label ManagerRaggamuffin, a founder of Jungle Syndicate, started promoting jungle and Drum’n’Bass from a very young age, being involved in running several local nights.
Raggamuffin has had a few releases to date outlining his passion for intricate beat patterning and the love of all things break based, from Jungle to Breakcore and to the darker side of Amen Drum’n’Bass. With the launch of Jungle Syndicate Recordings you can expect much more in the future from this JS main man.

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// Sketch //

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A vinyl DJ through and through – Sketch holds a passion for the art of DJing, believing that mixing should be about creating as well as transition. Having played in London for a number of years, 2007 saw a move to Bristol where Sketch and Resinate founded Jungle Syndicate’s Bristol Faction. Sketch’s sets combine a variety of styles ranging from reece driven amen darkness to drum funk, jungle and rolling beats.

Influences are too numerous to list in full but you can expect to hear tunes from; BKey, Technical Itch, Limewax, SPL, Kryptic Minds & Leon Switch, Paradox, Fanu, Equinox, Dub-One, Nebula, Dom & Roland, Black Sun Empire, Trace, Smyla, Evol Intent, Gein, John Rolodex, Noisia and Raiden… Still playing as a solo DJ and rinsing regular back to back sets with Tiny Taste.



// Doomham //

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Bristol DJ / Producer / Promoter / Label Manager
Doomham has always lurked in the depths of the Jungle Syndicate. Doomham tears out ridiculous Ableton live sets mixing around 20 billion tracks all at once combining heavy amens, fat disgusting reece with beautiful melodic passages in a heavily mashed up style.



// Cervical snare //

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Co runs amenstrual an all female night in Bristol/Brighton UK.
She returns to Berlin to rinse out for the second time after her debut show at fete de la musique, we had to get her back for more amen warfare! Expect hardcore, riot girl power



 

// Beyz //

Dj / Promoter / Party organizer all alternative kinds of electronic music such as breakcore, jungle, dub or free-tekno. Co-founder and coordinator of ZŁO-tEk.AV.6tem – tekno-gang from Poland. Also, he’s a part of Jungle Syndicate crew from UK – he’s in charge of the jungle events in Poland. Inspired of free-party and jungle scenes, he organises the parties there since 2005.



// T!LT //
DnB / Drumfunk / Jungle / Amen DnB

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// Seraphim //

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Conceived on the misty waters of the Amazon river, and born at a VIP room of an abandoned dusty disco, Seraphim had since an early age an inclination to the life changing aspects that music and organized sound can provoke on a human soul. Xamanism, musique concrète, conceptual art, extremism, aroma therapy, tantrism, culinary, hedonism … are all elements that contribute to, and influence his sound.

Each set take us on a journey around sonic universes, going from every possible style and musical influences. From anonymous musique to Motown, from Exotica to experimental jazz, from cheesy eighties disco to unexpected mash ups, from jumpy Klezmer to Burlesque old-timers.. Each upcoming track is a surprise, and will expand the boundaries of the listener ears, bringing sometimes joy and luxury, sometimes drama and fear.




Broken Fingaz Crew: From Berlin to Mexico

Shortly after leaving Urban Spree, Berlin, and their month-long residency, the Broken Fingaz Crew found a new home in Mexico, invited by the animation festival CutOutFest. There, they relentlessly worked 10 full days on this amazing animated story set up in an abandoned factory. As always, the style, narratives, inventive graphics, music, dynamics, blows my mind.

It’s not the first time the crew tries stop motion graffiti videos. We repost here their video from 2010 located on Haifa rooftops: