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Programmed For Pleasure / VV & The Void / Blush Coffin / DJ Petersmann

MILK ME is very pleased to present a night of Post-apocalyptic, dark wave and post punk in our Basement floor with music from BLUSH COFFINVV & The Void and Programmed For Pleasure!

DOORS – 20:00

BLUSH COFFIN – 21:30
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VV & THE VOID – 22:30
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PROGRAMMED FOR PLEASURE – 23:30
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aftershow till closing:
DJ PETERSMANN



UnReaL presents 3 TEETH (LA) + Blush Response (NYC)

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Grinding riffs, obliterating beats, and pure vocal carnage.
LA foursome 3̤̱͕͢ ̱̣͕̜̀͟͜T̹̜̗͈̠̼̀Ę̶̻E̵̢̤̩T̢̡͕̦̥̦͍̟̳̩ͅH̰̼̺͎ are the modern synthesis of the industrial dance floor evil pioneered by the likes of Skinny Puppy and Ministry. Their highly-acclaimed album is sick as hell, and their ferocious live shows are already becoming legendary. Don’t miss their first Berlin appearance!

BLUSH_RESPONSE‘s analogue electronics range from the full-on pounding of industrial rock and dark techno to icy-cold EBM and minimal. We’ve never seen him play without a host of black-clad bodies raging in front—a host of which you’ll soon be a part of.

In between and after, U n R e a L DJs Black Black Gold and xorzyzt will be playing blackened post-punk, techno, and generally heavy electronics including lots of rare and unreleased weirdness to keep your bodies jacked. Grab your Docs and prepare for a night of fog-drenched raging!

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Folgsamkeitfaktor Label Showcase #1

 

Wunderblock Records, in a partnership with Berlin-based ready made Distribution, would like to present its new vinyl sublabel Folgsamkeitfaktor [FSFR]. The new sublabel will be focused on heavy industrial and EBM-influenced technopunk sound.
With a first release scheduled for this spring, we plan series of the new label showcases in Berlin, Moscow and St.Petersburg.
The first Showcase is hosted by Berlin’s cult industrial and rock venue – Urban Spree.

Line up:

BLUSH_RESPONSE [Live] [Berlin DE / A+W / Sonic Groove / Ant-Zen]
Sirio Gry J [Berlin DE / Monolith Records / Liber Null]
Wunderblock [Moscow RU / Berlin DE / WR / FSFR]
t_error 404 [Live] [Moscow RU / WR / FSFR]
Red Nailmaker [Live] [Berlin DE / FSFR]

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Milk Me Presents: Horse Lords

MILK ME and Babooshka present Horse Lords

Grafting the relentless repetitions of modern minimalism onto the propulsive engine of rock and roll,Horse Lords create an ecstatic forward thrust driven by dueling polyrhythms that curve endlessly past one another. The Baltimore quartet, consisting of saxophonist/percussionist Andrew Bernstein, bassist/synthesist Max Eilbacher, guitarist Owen Gardner, and drummer Sam Haberman, employs arcane tuning systems to achieve their otherworldly harmonies, made possible by guitars refretted by Gardner. The resulting sound is at once stark and lush, tightly interwoven and threatening to fly apart, making their live performances spellbinding and utterly thrilling affairs.

Their 2016 full length Interventions on Northern Spy Records showcases this visceral approach to live performance, as well their interest in crafting studio compositions that pull apart and reassemble the constituent parts of their music into more abstract forms. Interventions was featured on several 2016 year end “best-of” lists, including Red Bull Music Academy and The Wire magazine.

“…hypnotic, fluid and vocal-free: rhythms and tones achieving trancelike effect through repetition and discipline.” Noel Gardner in The Quietus

“On “Interventions,” fast, repeated riffs become collaborative acts, over drones and strong skeletal grooves that stress the upbeat, and the whole thing is held together by concentration, timing and willpower.” Ben Ratliff in the New York Times

“This is a band that believes that experimental music has the potential to be more than merely aesthetic, and every one of their choices—like taking apart their instruments and rebuilding them according to an alternate musical logic—speaks to a desire to upend the status quo.” – Phillip Sherbourne in Pitchfork

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