Starting this Saturday at noon, Urban Spree is hosting a screenprint exhibition curated by Mother Drucker‘s Dolly Demoratti. A few days ago, Dolly installed her new screenprint studio in the first floor of the Urban Spree Ateliers. To celebrate the opening of the studio, we are inviting all street art and screenprints’ fans to discover Dolly’s atelier and her wonderful old steel & glass machines. In addition, a pop up store featuring a selection of hand-pulled Dolly’s silk screenprints will be disseminated in the abandoned rooms of Urban Spree.
Works by Nomad, Anton Unai, SuperBlast, Elmar Lause and many more… Also featuring the one-colour iconic Victor Ash print that was made in conjunction with his Kreuzberg wall of 2007. All editions signed and numbered.
Urban Spree Gallery
Revaler Sr. 99
Opens everyday from 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
www.urbanspree.com + www.mother-drucker.com
“Worn Pop is a music organization based in Kiev and was formed by Nikita Netrebko in 2013 to develop Ukrainian coldwave movement by doing shows with guests from abroad, as well as managing and releasing artists coming from the local scene. Their first releases was produced in 2014 on cassettes and CD’s and were basically full DIY from recording at home till cutting cassette tape and assembling them back and were selling mostly offline. Later they stretch their genre palette a lot, but saved own image where all artists in rooster or line-up fit each other by mood and overall atmosphere. Being concentrated mostly on booking shows in 2015 – 2017 Worn Pop became well-known in Ukraine and through out some music scenes in Europe, so time has come for coming back to releasing. The residents of the label go on tour dedicated to their new releases in August of 2018 through Kiev, Lviv, Berlin, Copenhagen, Warsaw and Kalabalik Pa Tyrolen in Sweden.”
Super Besse (Minsk, BY – I Love You Records)
Cold Comfort (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)
Gil’otina (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)
Geuxx (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)
In addition to the Grand Boucle Show which will take place in our main hall, Urban Spree is hosting a pop up show on its first floor Ateliers. Curated by Addison Karl (idrawalot) and Irgh (Wurst Bande), this pop up event is designed for bicycle & art enthusiasts, with a selection of hand-pulled prints and goodies.
Starting Friday, July 20th.
Urban Spree Ateliers. Revaler Str. 99 / RAW Area
Jungle World präsentiert:
“Monkey Business” Release Show
Gäste: Angriff der 3D Drucker
Stellt euch vor, die Band Battles würde mit den Dirty Projectors, Paal Nilssen-Love und den Chorknaben aus Stockhausens »Gesang der Jünglinge« gemeinsame Sache machen.
Haha, ja, genau. Habt ihr? Super. Dann kann ja jetzt direkt aus Berlin die Pointe kommen.
Sie heißt Pranke und setzt sich aus Daníel Friðrik Bödvarsson (Gitarre und Gesang) und Max Andrzejewski (Schlagzeug, Synthesizer und Gesang) zusammen.
Der isländische Gitarrist und der deutsche Schlagzeuger treffen sich irgendwo zwischen frickeligem Math Rock, wunderbar windschiefem Avant-Pop und Jazz-Geschredder auf der Bühne und können ihre kaskadenhaften Explosionen von dort sogar noch ins Studio herüber retten, wie das von Moses Schneider produzierte Album „Monkey Business“ beweist.
Das Album “Monkey Business” erscheint am 23. November 2018 auf Staatsakt.
6.12.2018 @ Urban Spree
Einlass: 20:00 Uhr
Beginn: 21:00 Uhr
aufnahme + wiedergabe presents:
Light Asylum (US / Mexican Summer) / Berlin outdoor summer intimate show
At once brutal and romantic, Light Asylum exists in that space where industrial gives way to goth, where the city meets the outer regions under the cover of night. Calling Shannon Funchess a commanding lead singer is an understatement; there is a heaviness and attack in her vocal delivery that is downright sinister. This is contemporary synth pop to a tee that comes to life during their revered live performances.
aufnahme + wiedergabe
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
The David Watts Foundation presents: WINTER
Winter is the project of songwriter Samira Winter, who’s love for guitar music and nostalgic imagery inspired the dream pop/indie rock four piece. Samira grew up in Curitiba, Brazil listening to her American father’s punk records, and her Brazilian mother’s MPB (Brazilian Popular Music) tunes. While living in Boston during her college years she found a love for shoegaze which led to her collaboration with Nolan Eley who recorded and produced Winter’s first EP “Daydreaming” and LP “Supreme Blue Dream”. In 2013 Samira relocated to Los Angeles where the band currently resides working on their upcoming album “Ethereality.” Winter aspires to connect people to their inner child by making blissful, beautiful, dream pop.
US/UK artrock duo Shybits who formed in Berlin in 2017 and signed after their first show to Duchess Box Records. They are a conglomeration of gritty Brighton-beaches and Californian-surf-wax, this clash allows the two to bring a wide range of influences, which pushes forward the traditions of the past 80’s post-punk mixed with sun-tan-lotion and 90’s garage rock.
Tickets at the door only!