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1st Berlin Risofest at Urban Spree

Urban Spree is proud to host the 1st Edition of the Berlin Risofest, the first event to bring together the city’s top Risograph printers, artists and studios, in a day of exhibitions, workshops, performances, booklaunches and parties.

The Risofest will be held at Urban Spree Galerie on Friday, May 5th from 14:00.

Organized by Berlin-based book designers Vetro Editions, the Festival exhibits and features the works of artists, printers and studios involved in the Risograph movement. Germany is the country in Europe where Risograph is the most developed and the Risofest intends to reflect the diversity and creativity of the scene.

Risofest will showcase the work of:
Colorama
Drucken3000 Risografie
Lucky Punch Press / Die Brueder
PogoBooks / Outer Space Press
Zirkumflex
We make it
BLINKBLINK
Penthaus für schöne Formate / Kunst Werk Stadt Berlin
Riso Club Leipzig
Inkwell Press

The events confirmed so far include:

– a Riso-printed wallpaper installation curated by Luca Bogoni Design Studio, with guest artist Bene Rohlmann, Guillaume Kashima, Anna Niestroj

– the launch (at long last) of the English version of the book RISOMANIA, a project by Vetro Editions, published by Niggli Verlag

– a live mimeograph printing/poetry reading performance by poet Martin Jackson, among many other things the author of what may be the only poem ever written about the Riso

Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee‘s mimeographed artworks

– DJs Stella Zekri and Dj Die Soon playing during the day and night, as well as more special guests. Live music performance by Infinite Livez (Big Dada).

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PROGRAM:

14.00: LIVE VINYL SETS from Stella Zekri and LaGazo.

15.00: RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP 1 with Drucken 3000 and Colorama.

15.00: LIVE DRAWING from Guillaume Kashima, fusing illustration and Riso printing.

1600: RISO WALLPAPER INSTALLATION.

1700: LAUNCH of Spektrum Crush zine 2, a Riso-printed visual anthology of artists working with video games or digital garbage as a medium.

18.00: RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP 2 with Drucken 3000 and Colorama.

19.00: BOOK LAUNCH the English version of the book RISOMANIA, a project by Vetro Editions, published by Niggli Verlag.

19.30: MIMEO/POETRY with live mimeograph printing and poetry reading performance by Martin Jackson.

20.00: RISO PRINT AUCTION, all proceeds going to The Source Berlin – Sustainable Food Projects.

21.00: LIVE MUSIC from the legendary Infinite Livez (Ninja Tune/Big Dada)

22.00: DJ SET from Dj Die Soon.

23.01: DJ SET from DJ Scotch Bonnet (Small But Hard)

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Subscriptions for the Riso-printing workshop here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/201567207022966/?notif_t=plan_user_joined&notif_id=1493368228562385

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Berlin Risofest – Celebration of DIY Printing

The Berlin Risofest is the first event to bring together the city’s top Risograph printers, artists and studios, in a day of exhibitions, workshops, performances, booklaunches and parties.

Featuring:

– A showcase of the work of:
Colorama
Drucken3000 Risografie
Lucky Punch Press / Die Brueder
PogoBooks / Outer Space Press
Zirkumflex
We make it
BLINKBLINK
Penthaus für schöne Formate / Kunst Werk Stadt Berlin
Riso Club Leipzig
Inkwell Press (https://www.instagram.com/inkwellspa)

The events confirmed so far include:

– a Riso-printed wallpaper installation curated by Luca Bogoni Design Studio, with guest artist Bene Rohlmann, Guillaume Kashima, Anna Niestroj

– the launch (at long last) of the English version of the book RISOMANIA, a project by Vetro Editions, published by Niggli Verlag

– a live mimeograph printing/poetry reading performance by poet Martin Jackson, among many other things the author of what may be the only poem ever written about the Riso

Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee‘s mimeographed artworks

– DJs Stella Zekri and Dj Die Soon playing during the day and night, as well as more special guests. Live music performance by Infinite Livez (Big Dada). And we are delighted to have Flux FM on board!

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PROGRAM:

14.00: LIVE VINYL SETS from Stella Zekri and LaGazo.

15.00: RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP 1 with Drucken 3000 and Colorama.

15.00: LIVE DRAWING from Guillaume Kashima, fusing illustration and Riso printing.

1600: RISO WALLPAPER INSTALLATION.

1700: LAUNCH of Spektrum Crush zine 2, a Riso-printed visual anthology of artists working with video games or digital garbage as a medium.

18.00: RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP 2 with Drucken 3000 and Colorama.

19.00: BOOK LAUNCH the English version of the book RISOMANIA, a project by Vetro Editions, published by Niggli Verlag.

19.30: MIMEO/POETRY with live mimeograph printing and poetry reading performance by Martin Jackson.

20.00: RISO PRINT AUCTION, all proceeds going to The Source Berlin – Sustainable Food Projects.

21.00: LIVE MUSIC from the legendary Infinite Livez (Ninja Tune/Big Dada)

22.00: DJ SET from Dj Die Soon.

23.01: DJ SET from DJ Scotch Bonnet (Small But Hard)

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Subscriptions for the Riso-printing workshop here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/201567207022966/?notif_t=plan_user_joined&notif_id=1493368228562385



The Black Sorrows (AU)

Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h.

 


Roots-Music Fans in Deutschland, heißet die BLACK SORROWS willkommen, besucht eines der anstehenden Konzerte und besorgt euch das neue Album “Citizen John”. Es lohnt sich.

THE BLACK SORROWS – CITIZEN JOHN – CD-Review:
Wenn ein ausgewiesenes Musikfachmagazin wie der “Rolling Stone” (in diesem Falle die australische Variante) einen verdienten Musiker aus ‘down under’ zur sogenannten “living legend” ausruft und kürt, steckt nicht bloße journalistische Effekthascherei dahinter, sondern eine eine jahrzehntelange, wertvolle musikalische Arbeit, die danach schreit gehört zu werden.

Insofern darf man Mr. Joe Camilleri, dem Mastermind und einzigen Urmitglied der schon seit 1984 existierenden Roots-Music-Truppe THE BLACK SORROWS zu dieser Ehrung gratulieren und sich aufrichtig darüber freuen, dass ein in Deutschland sträflich unterbewerteter und letztendlich meist nur von echten Musik-Freaks zur Kenntnis genommener Songwriter, Gitarrist, Saxofonist und vor allen Dingen famoser Sänger sich nun anschickt endlich einmal – und das nach über zwanzig Alben – unsere deutschen Bühnen zu beehren. Diese gute Gelegenheit wird sich wahrscheinlich nicht mehr allzu häufig ergeben, denn immerhin zählt Joe Camilleri inzwischen auch schon 70 Lenze.

Das engagierte schwäbische Plattenlabel Blue Rose Records veröffentlicht dieser Tage das – man höre und staune – einundzwanzigste Album der THE BLACK SORROWS und schickt die musikalischen Helden von der anderen Hälfte der Erde auf eine ausgedehnte Deutschland-Tour durch ausgesuchte, ja, meist kleinere Clubs, die es dem geneigten Fan ermöglichen wird, die bekanntermaßen heiße und vibrierende Live-Show der Aussie-Jungs hautnah zu erleben. Alles andere als eines der Konzerte zu besuchen, käme einer Schande gleich.

Das brandneue Album, das Camilleri mit im Gepäck haben wird, titelt relativ unspektakulär “Citizen John” und bietet die seit Jahrzehnten bewährte und beliebte Mischung aus roots-getränktem Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Folk, Gospel und Blues mit einer gelegentlichen Prise unaufdringlicher Pop-Leichtigkeit.

Das von Joe Camilleri und seinem Keyboarder John McAll gemeinsam produzierte “Citizen John” präsentiert uns dreizehn frische, ohne Firlefanz und “down to earth” in Szene gesetzte Eigenkompositionen, die mit zwei ausgesuchten Covernummern von Bob Dylan (>Silvio<) und Nina Simone (>Do I Move You<) stilvoll ergänzt werden.

Camilleri und sein langjähriger Songwriting-Partner Nick Smith genießen es einmal mehr, dem Hörer eine musikalische Welt zu offenbaren, die von großartigen Künstlern wie J.J. Cale, Van Morrison, Dr. John, Leon Russel, Allen Toussaint, Delbert McClinton, Mink DeVille und Muddy Waters inspiriert wird und uns eine wunderbare und im höchsten Maße unterhaltsame Roots-Music Rundreise bietet, die an Stil und Niveau ihresgleichen sucht.

 

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Rood Woof Records presents: All The Ghosts and special guests

ROOD WOOF RECORDS PRESENTS

ALL THE GHOSTS

All The Ghosts is a Berlin based Dark-rock/ Post-punk band formed in 2014 by Janiko Stolar and Deni Pavicic. Stolar’s profound Nico-esque vocals combined with Pavicic’s dark melancholy rapid guitar riffing revealed a perfect match. After performing an exclusive show for the couture clothing label ‘Kaviar Gauche’ and presenting their debut single ‘Watch Me Dance’, the band played at sold out venues as Urban Spree, Magnet Club and Berghain Kantine (w/ White Hills/ Sunflower Bean). Now being in the studio recording their first album, the bands haunting melodies and sonic assault of the senses will be sure to reach you at thier upcoming live shows.

THE SPINNING LAMPS

The Spinning Lamps recorded their debut LP with Gordon Raphael, producer of The Strokes first two albums ‘This Is It’ and ‘Room On Fire’. After supporting bands such as Carl Barat and the Jackals, Tomorrow Tulips, Quilt and The Shivas the bands new EP is being released on Rood Woof Records in the summer of ‘17. Drawing influence from groups such as The Velvet Underground and The Doors The Spinning Lamps re-create that organ driven melodic sound of the sixties.

THE VICTORIOUS SECRETS
A Berlin based monsters! Bashing tunes and upfront adittude!
Join and break the stage with them!

JAMES MICHAEL RODGERS

Scottish singer/songwriter James Michael Rodgers has recently released his debut record “Shame to be alive” with a voice compared to Van Morrison and the songwriting of an old soul steeped in the blues and folk of the 60’s. He has been slowly making his way around Europe and now residing in Berlin.

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Hafla! Feat. Acid Arab, Chala-Bi + DJ Felix Offermann

“Hafla”

Mediterranean groove party in Berlin

“Hafla”, in the Mediterranean languages, means party together. It is a cultural event, common in countries such as, Turkey, Greece, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Lebanon and other areas in the Fertile Crest. The “Hafla” often involve several instruments playing together the traditional songs but also jamming and inviting other people from the crowd to play along. The “Hafla” usually went all night long, taking the crowd to a world full of music and joy- a true escapism from the day-to-day life. With the growing popularity of middle-eastern music in Europe, we decided to have our own “Hafla” in Berlin that will take place at Urban Spree. Here is what we plan for you:

ACID ARAB (FR)

Acid Arab pic hirez

Acid Arab is a duet from Paris whose goal is to mix all kind of Eastern music (North Africa, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkeyor… Mumbai) with electronic sounds, from pioneering acid house to today’s powerful techno. Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho, both dis for many years and residents of infamous Parisian club Chez Moune, have fallen in love with this music after a trip to Tunisia with Dj Gilb’R. After much anticipation, we are happy to introduce Acid Arab crew on our first Hafla.

CHALA-BI (DE)

For the opening act we will have the secret Chala-Bi Duo making their premier show on our Hafla. The Duo will provide us with some Middle-Eastern psychedelic sounds to get us all in the right mood.

ART & MORE

– Custom decorations, video-art, Belly dancers, T-Shirts, Risographs and more.

DJ Felix Offermann :// —Vinyl Set
60′-70′ middle eastern psychadelic groove.

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Tickets VVK to be purchased here