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MURS: A group show celebrating freedom

Urban Spree Galerie participates this week toMurs, a group show curated by Cyrille Gouyette and Fabrice Douar (Le Louvre Museum, Paris) which premieres at Galerie Huberty & Breyne in Bruxelles on November 9th, 2019.

30 years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the exhibition features 31 artists who pay tribute to those fighting for their freedom and explores the very notion of the “wall”.

The international line-up is a crossover between established comics artists, photographs, and street artists, such as Enki Bilal, Nicolas de Crécy, Ernest Pignon-Ernest, Levalet, Kim Jung Gi...

Urban Spree contributes to the exhibition through 3 Berlin-based artists, ALIAS, EVOL, and Hendrik Czakainski before hosting the show in Berlin from January 17th to February 29th, 2019. 


Double Release Concert: Tellavision “Add Land” + Alex St Joan “Kick & Rise”

“Add Land” Record Release show
12. April 2019 Bureau B


“Kick & Rise” EP Release show
3. Mai 2019 Zellephan Records



For a decade TELLAVISION has been one of our most exciting sonic inventors, carving out her own inimitable style through her previous three albums, two EPs and countless tracks. New music abstractions echo against a backdrop of old Krautrock mechanical-motorik rhythms, allied to the physically gripping immediacy of techno and noise. Her concerts have consistently been nothing less than spectacular: she has sung and sampled beats from every imaginable and unimaginable variety of live percussion instruments; a loop station virtuoso, an engineer of a technically crafted musical “i” in which the innate and the alien mirror one another ad infinitum.
Tellavision has never sounded so immediate, so confident, so very much in the moment. This is her finest album to date:
“Drop utopia, / drop dystopia, / it’s all here”.

ALEX ST JOAN was born next to a flooded valley in Australia and raised on Greek myths and disco. Her debut EP “Kick & Rise” (Zellephan) features 4 distinctive songs that discard the posturing of youth and lay down what it is to be an adult; vulnerable and fully accountable. Whether using fractured synth-saxophones to hammer out a paean to self-determination or building a song around a heartbeat, ALEX ST JOAN is not taking the easy way out. “All of the things that you see as your failings are made up” is a contender for one of the most emotionally sharp lines of the year, yet it’s delivered with such hopeful romanticism one might be forgiven for not noticing the thorns amongst the flowers. These are adult dilemmas; not boy meets girl but woman meets morality, agency, self-actualisation. In merely 4 songs, ALEX ST JOAN builds a framework for us to face our fears, ask the tough questions and then let them go.



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Rave Against The Machine // 10 Years Pokora

Pokora is a humble crew of friends who decided to bring un-humble sounds to the free party scene. They like to play it loud and fast, kicking from 180bpm and going way beyond… “Play fast or die!!!”.
For 10 years they have been involved in squat parties, teknivals – and sometimes also making it into clubs – all over Europe.
This year it’s their 10th birthday, so they decided to hit the road once again and join with their friends Kaometry in Berlin.

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►Stazma // Acid Breakcore // Murder Channel – Peace Off [FR]
►Audiotist // Hard Rave Core // Breakcore gives me wood – Bankizz [BE]
►Hitori Tori // Idm Breakcore // Peaceoff [CAN]
►Ghost // Idm Breakcore // Life4Land – Mozyk [UK]
►Deidream // Gameboy Break [BE]
►Repeat Eater // Weirdo Acid [FR]
►F000L // Idm Breakcore // Hormonal VibrationZ [DE]
►TaOuch // Folkcore // Kaometry [DE]
►Killabomb // Breakcore – Hardcore // Pokora – Jigsore [UK]
►Substance B // Unformatted Breaks // Pokora [UK]
►Atman // Pokora Sound System [UK]
►2CI // Broken beats // Pokora Sound System [UK]

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// Stazma the Junglechrist //
Acid / Breakcore

If Breakcore is dead, then Stazma the Junglechrist is the resurrection!
Hailing from the same French stock as Monster X, Rotator and the infamous Peace Off imprint, Julien Guillot has been smashing up raves all across Europe since his first release on Peace Off in 2008 and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Having taken the early breakcore ethos of genre mashing and amen splicing, Julien delivers his sound of rave, gabber, jungle and dub with a modern, tight production that seems synonymous with the French these days.
As well as making a name for himself with releases on Meganeural, Structural Damage and Peace Off, it is Stazma’s live show which displays his work best. A frenetic, yet finely tuned assault on the senses.
“It’s really very energetic, efficient and has all the elements to both kick out your sissy friends out of the club and make the rest party till late after dawn. Stormy, ravy breakcore.”
Nicolas Ad Noiseam

// Audiotist //
Break / Rave / Hard / Whatever / Core

Audiotist is a Belgian Breakcore/Hardcore/Rave producer who has been active since 2009. After many years of creating tracks infused with Balkan music, Rave/Piano/Chiptune melodies, energetic breaks and skull-cracking Hardcore kicks, he has formed his own identifiable sound which delivers an assault on your eardrums you will thoroughly enjoy.
Working with Breakcore Gives Me Wood, Ragga Terror Front, Dance Corps, Jigsore Sound, .. and showcasing his music in countries such as France, Poland, Germany, England and many others, Audiotist’s tracks resonate throughout the continent of Europe and continue to lure Hard/Break/whatever core fans to the darkest of rooms for nights of music fuelled chaos.

// Hitori Tori //
Idm / Breakcore / Frantic beats

Hailing from Vancouver, Canada Hitori Tori has seen a hand full of EPs and releases on net labels such as Peace Off records, Meganeural and Kaometry. His unique live performances have received positive acclaim in publications such as Computer Music Magazine and Create Digital Music. Over the past several years Hitori Tori has toured Japan, Europe and played improvised sets at the Manitoba Electronic Music Festival.

“Canadian tracker veteran Hitori Tori seems to be doing for Renoise what only Derren Brown can do for a deck of cards”
Computer Music, November 2010.

// Ghost //
Idm / Jungle / Breakcore

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 have come to recognize him as one of the leading forces of LIFE4LAND.

// Deidream //
Gameboy / Idm / Break

Chilled out experimental break stuff with loads of instrumental melodies. Under BGMW he released his first Gameboy EP, In berlin he’ll play his unreleased IDM, check out his soundcloud.

// Repeat Eater //
Weirdo Acid

// F000L //
Idm / Jungle / Breakcore

// Killabomb //
Hardcore / Breakcore

// Substance B //
unformatted Breaks

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