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Der Nino aus Wien (Berlinshow 2020)

ATTENTION: The show has been moved from the Lido to the Urban Spree. Already purchased tickets remain valid.

DER NINO AUS WIEN

First, let’s let a fan speak:
“Nino Mandl – one of the most likeable, unexcited, touching and brilliant (German speaking) artists ever.”

Nothing really needs to be added to this, so in conclusion
only facts:

After ten albums, a felt 17 Amadeus nominations, an actual Amadeus Award, more than ten years on middle stages in German-speaking countries, it’s time for the next size up: on the 2020 Germany tour, Nino Mandl and his great band will be performing in Munich’s Muffathalle, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie (sold out),
and on February 27th, we’ll stop by the Urban Spree.

His current album “Der Nino aus Wien”, released in 2018, is probably the most personal in Nino’s career, but also the most ambiguous. The lyrics become apparent to some only after listening to them several times, to others perhaps not at all. “Wach” describes Nino as “perhaps the best long song I have ever written”. It’s a tour diary that probably only he himself can fully understand.

But Nino almost certainly plays his classics and popular songs at live concerts, such as “Du Oasch” or “…Vollenden”.

Currently Der Nino aus Wien is preparing the release of his next single.

Come closer, step in!

support.
SIGRID HORN
Winner Protestsongcontest Vienna 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryy9nCSyhXs

Aftershow party with the
GUSTO Dj Team
from 23:30 at Mysliwska

presented by

JUNGLE WORLD
https://jungle.world

GUSTO – Ablass für Massenkultur
http://gustoonline.de

Pre Sale

Ticketbude
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https://www.koka36.de/der-nino-aus-wien_ticket_125068.html

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Heavy Mental: Nadja – Sannhet – Sum of R

Swamp Booking and Urban Spree presents
Heavy Mental concert series : #2

Nadja is a duo of multi-instrumentalist Aidan Baker and bassist Leah Buckareff active since 2005 and credited as one of the progenitors of the genres ‘drone doom’ or ‘metalgaze’—heavy atmospheric music which combines the darkness and volume of doom metal and industrial with the textures and melodicism of shoegaze and ambient/electronic music.

The project has released numerous albums on many different underground labels—Alien8 Recordings, Daymare Records, Robotic Empire, Hydrahead Records, Gizeh Records, and Important Records, to name a few—and have toured extensively with appearances in Europe, Japan, Russia, Australia/New Zealand, North and South America, including appearances at such festivals as SXSW, FIMAV, Roadburn, Donaufest, Le Guess Who, Incubate, and Unsound.

Originally from Toronto, Canada, the duo now resides in Berlin, Germany.

web links:
http://www.facebook.com/luvnadja
http://www.nadjaluv.ca/
http://nadja.bandcamp.com/

https://youtu.be/7RceyHAz9Jk
https://youtu.be/nzL7nJZOlGs

Sannhet have always been hard to classify. Since 2010, the Brooklyn trio’s played instrumental music that’s heavy and light, cinematic and intimate, dense but minimal. You could call them “post” something, “experimental metal,” or “math rock,” but none of that’s quite right and the band has thrown another
wrinkle into the mix with So Numb.
While they don’t write lyrics, they do write subtexts. They pen love letters, extended epistles, and suicide notes, all without words. With So Numb, Sannhet create a new
world out of very few ingredients.
The cover of Sannhet’s third album, So Numb, features a mother shielding her son’s eyes with her hands – an allegory depicting the protection one receives from their parents, but it isn’t meant to be sentimental.
As the mother shelters her child, she inadvertently creates a false sense of safety. The child, in turn, spends it’s life seeking comfort and escape in temporary solutions.
Though Sannhet meditate on life’s imperfect escapes, So Numb’s nine songs showcase the band facing
life’s pain and joy with their eyes wide open. The collection’s emotional landscape is one of existential
dread, melancholy, and loss – ammunition for escapists. Despite these existential conundrums, So Numb
has an uplifting, euphoric feel.

web links:
https://www.facebook.com/sannhet
Twitter: @sannhetbk
Instagram: @sannhetbk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyLX9BhEqDc

Switzerland’s Sum Of R R exists since 2008 and was created by Reto Mäder (URAL UMBO, RM74) to construct/deconstruct sound in ways that infest and cloud the interior of the mind. Sum Of R creates slow moving instrumental music with a sensibility for hypnotic and complex song structures.
Their intense and pulsating sound is influenced by lumbering doom, drone, post-metal, ambient, noiserock, psychedelic and cinematic post-rock. Sum Of R’s ritualistic take on expanding sound layers is deepened by the rawness of an unconventional metal atmosphere plunged into darkness, light and its reflection.
Their live performances as a duo are characterized by a cyclical process involving bass guitars, drums, effects, samples and drones to create a unique and dense whole which is more than the sum of its parts.

web links:
https://www.facebook.com/sumofr/

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Der Täubling

Einlass: 19:00 // Beginn: 20:00

Herr Täubling (Mit vollem Namen: Amadeus Magnus Ephraima Täubling)
Akademischer Grad: Prof. für Angewandte Misanthropie
Genre: Schlimmbeleidigung
Begründer der Strömung des Radikalen Misanthropismus
Besondere Merkmale: gepflegtes äußeres Erscheinungsbild
Berühmte Zitate: “DU PENNER!!!”

“Der Text ist vollkommen zusammenhanglos, die Melodie passt da kein Stück zu und im Video seh ich ein Kerl, der anscheinend gerne Lippenstift benutzt und sich auch sonst anzieht wie eine Transe. Ich kann diesem Crap nichts abgewinnen. Das ist doch nur was für Kiddies aus dem Ghetto, die zu beschränkt sind, um zu sehen, dass das hier einfach scheiße ist.” (dpa)



Opening of Toums’ solo show “Primitive Acids”

Urban Spree Galerie presents « Primitive Acids » a photographic exhibition by Toums from 20.10 to 12.11.2017. The Opening Reception will be held on Friday, October 20th from 19:00 to 22:00.

« Primitive Acids » is the first German solo show of the French experimental analog photographer Thomas Gosset a.k.a. Toums.

Wandering between his native Bordeaux and Berlin, Toums redefines the medium of analog artistic photography by attacking his negatives with acids, ink, paint and other physical alterations and combining his skillsets with a dark contemporary mythology.

Working in darkroom and strictly excluding all forms of modern technique, his practice lurks in the footsteps of the late 19th century pioneers and early 20th century surrealist avant-gardes.

Portraits are his preferred genre. Toums destructures them until they achieve the transmutated vision that the artist has assigned to them. Like a deus ex machina, the photographer creates the portrait with his camera and subsequently creates the final image through his manipulations ex-post.

Utterly disrespectful of the medium, desacralizing it in order to provide a new meaning, Toums is a rare breed of an iconoclast photographer, with filiation looking towards Joel-Peter Witkin, Pierre Molinier, and Roger Ballen.

His direct and deadly intervention on the film, the materia prima of his work, procures a highly unstable result. Soon to be destroyed by acids, slowly corroding the matter, the films are revealed in the darkroom process and printed on silver gelatin. As the film returns to dust, the portraits become fugitives, trying to escape their own fate, living in a printed dimension and refusing mortality. It is no accident that most Toums compositions are building a new mythology with some elements borrowed from the Greek corpus of myths.

« I destroy my own films with the intention of entering in the very heart of the photosensitive material, which allows me to have a direct control over the frozen reality that I destructure at will. The goal being to understand this matter as painting with the intention of pushing back the normal process of photography to expand my own field of investigation and thus regain an imaginative and narrative freedom. For years I wanted to freeze absurd moments in reality. »

Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin

20.10-12.11 2017

Tu-Sa : 12:00-18 :30

Galerie enquiries: pascal@urbanspree.com

Press enquiries: diana@urbanspree.com



Toums: Primitive Acids

Urban Spree Galerie presents « Primitive Acids » a photographic exhibition by Toums from 20.10 to 12.11.2017.

« Primitive Acids » is the first German solo show of the French experimental analog photographer Thomas Gosset a.k.a. Toums.

Wandering between his native Bordeaux and Berlin, Toums redefines the medium of analog artistic photography by attacking his negatives with acids, ink, paint and other physical alterations and combining his skillsets with a dark contemporary mythology.

Working in darkroom and strictly excluding all forms of modern technique, his practice lurks in the footsteps of the late 19th century pioneers and early 20th century surrealist avant-gardes.

Portraits are his preferred genre. Toums destructures them until they achieve the transmutated vision that the artist has assigned to them. Like a deus ex machina, the photographer creates the portrait with his camera and subsequently creates the final image through his manipulations ex-post.

Utterly disrespectful of the medium, desacralizing it in order to provide a new meaning, Toums is a rare breed of an iconoclast photographer, with filiation looking towards Joel-Peter Witkin, Pierre Molinier, and Roger Ballen.

His direct and deadly intervention on the film, the materia prima of his work, procures a highly unstable result. Soon to be destroyed by acids, slowly corroding the matter, the films are revealed in the darkroom process and printed on silver gelatin. As the film returns to dust, the portraits become fugitives, trying to escape their own fate, living in a printed dimension and refusing mortality. It is no accident that most Toums compositions are building a new mythology with some elements borrowed from the Greek corpus of myths.

« I destroy my own films with the intention of entering in the very heart of the photosensitive material, which allows me to have a direct control over the frozen reality that I destructure at will. The goal being to understand this matter as painting with the intention of pushing back the normal process of photography to expand my own field of investigation and thus regain an imaginative and narrative freedom. For years I wanted to freeze absurd moments in reality. »

Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin

20.10-12.11 2017

Tu-Sa : 12:00-18 :30

Galerie enquiries: pascal@urbanspree.com

Press enquiries: diana@urbanspree.com



Onmens

ONMENS from Belgium /// 21.09. /// URBAN SPREE

http://onmens.be/
http://www.facebook.com/onmensbaar

“Belgiums most explicit electronic music group” (HUMO)
“Onmens furnish post-punk riffs with spooky electronics. One of the most promising Belgian Noise rock bands – The shape of punk to come.” (The Guardian)

“Witruimte” klingt wie ein Drogentrip von The Prodigy” (Fuze Magazine)

“ONMENS zelebrieren textlich Selbstzerstörung und Zerrissenheit und unterstreichen diese gekonnt in ihren Arrangements. Was ONMENS auszeichnet ist das Fektum, alles andere als retro zu sein. Sie sind der authentische Klang eines No-Future-Lifestyles, der selten in Klangwelten, sondern eher in rauschhafte Fluchtversuche übersetzt wird.” (Legacy)

“Langsam sollte doch mal jemand Nachforschungen anstellen, ob und was in Belgien an kreativitätsfördernden Zusatzstoffen in Belgien dem Grundwasser beigemischt wird. Es ist doch nicht mehr normal, was in diesem kleinen Land so alles an großartigen Musik-Acts entsteht und gedeiht. Mit der Antwerpen-Schule um dEUS oder gar dem Export-Erfolg Triggerfinger hat Onmens klangtechnisch allerdings wenig zu tun. Das hier ist elektronisch getriebener Noise-Rock auf höchstem Niveau.“ (Visions Magazine)

“Will man es dennoch mit Namedroppings versuchen, dann vielleicht so: Irgendwo zwischen Anne Clark, The Prodigy, EBM, Sonic Youth’scher Gitarrenarbeit, den Aphex Twin, Einstürzende Neubauten, Atari Teenage Riot, Alec Empire und Clawfinger entführen die beiden Belgier den geneigten Hörer in eine ihm weitestgehend unbekannte Welt.” (Medienkonverter)

TAKE A LIFE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5e13TiCQe8

TASTE FOR SLANDER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkXMvIr5kcQ

POSTURING: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVWguxGu-Kw