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Son Kitchen Korean BBQ Grand Opening

Liebe Freunde,

endlich ist es soweit und wir dürfen euch in unserem ersten koreanischen Pop-Up Restaurant begrüßen! Nach gefühlten 3000 Streetfood Märkten und hunderten Caterings, wurde der Wunsch immer größer und deutlicher, endlich eine feste Anlaufstelle für euch klar zu machen!

Ab nächsten Samstag, stehen wir jeden Freitag bis Sonntag für euch zur Verfügung und werden die Urban Spree zu unserem ganz eigenem Exit No.9 machen!

Wir laden dich, deine Gang und auch deine Großmutter deshalb ganz herzlich und etwas aufgeregt zu unserem Grand Opening diesen Samstag ein!

Vielen Dank an alle, die uns auf unserem Weg geholfen und uns unterstützt haben! Dieser Abend ist für euch!

Lasst uns zusammen feiern bis es keinen Soju gibt und Berlin zu Klein-Korea wird!

고맙습니다!! 고맙습니다!! 고맙습니다!! 고맙습니다!!



Urban Spree Summer Sessions

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The Urban Spree Summer Sessions are acoustic concerts that happen every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday late afternoon in our Biergarten.

Come and join us for cool outdoor vibes with the best of Berlin’s street musicians.

The USS Sessions are powered by Josh with local street food provided by son Kitchen and Couscous der Welt.



Amazing X-M4rk3t Vol. 002

After last year’s success, the AMAZING X-M4RK3T returns to Urban Spree for a second edition on Sunday, December 4th, 2016.

The AMAZING X-M4RK3T is a Christmas market for the digital age with workshops, geek vendors, VR exhibition, music & food.

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Powered by Europe’s premier indie video games festival AMAZE., the market is a place where you can warm your cold hands on hot circuits and blowing GPU fans, where you find mysterious objects from the depth of NET and other fabricated paraphernalia of connected madness: 3d-printed characters, home-brewed experimental videogames, DIY synths, 4 dimensional board games, digital toys, robots, hacked software on worn out USB sticks, collections of love songs for your cyberboyfriend, wearables, implants, postcards from VR, magazines, tiny pieces of paper with unknown URLs, fanzines, comics, illustrations, paintings, books, clothes and food.

 

//Workshops

-12:00 Projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi.

Info and registration here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLo4fyHOd8GMgxvnpz4023BhwpMTX4lh2IFPI2v1owmzs42w/viewform?c=0&w=1

14:00 DIY synth making with LeafAudio .

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Info and registration here: http://leaf-audio.com/workshop/108_diy-synth-workshop_berlin/en/menu_id:57

 

//Vendors

Numode Custom Lego Building Sets

-YAIR KIRA 3D printed christmas goodies on spot

-Fab Lab Berlin

-Laser cut jewelry creations by Marika Graczyk

Ozobots

-@aaartgames presents: Spektrum Crush Zine and Virtual Afterlife Performance Project

Tetratetris

BerlinGameScene

Exploding Shed DIY synth kits

-3D printed necklaces by Clit-O

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//Videogame and Virtual Reality Exhibition

Curated experiences- A MAZE. style

 

//Music

15:00 Live: piano performance by Liburn Jupolli

Liburn Jupolli is an Albanian musician from Kosovo. From the age of 12 he began to compose and to study music theory and composition taking private lessons in parallel with piano studies. Finished primary and high school of music in piano studies and 2 years of composition with prof. Zeqiria Ballata at the University of Prishtina. Since 2004 he has written music for theater, film,animation, visual and conceptual productions in the Balkans, and has written works for instrumentalists and ensembles from Kosovo and abroad. He also works on design and remodeling of new instruments, and since 2010 he finished in 5 original instruments. Continued studies in composition in Paris at the “Jacques Ibert” Conservatory in the class of Stéphane de Gérando and electroacoustic composition at the CRR de Paris in the class of Denis Dufour. Currently he is in Master studies at CRI-Centre de Recherche Interdiciplinaire in Paris. 

-DJ set by Basco

 

//Food

-Audio cooking performance by The Singing Kitchen at 12:30

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-Fresh waffles

 

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Date: Sunday December 4, 2016,
Time: 12:00-20:00
Location: Urban Spree, Revaler Str. 99, Friedrichshain, Berlin
Entrance fee: 3 Euro (Kids under 6 for free)



Amazing X-M4rk3t Vol. 002

After last year’s success, the AMAZING X-M4RK3T returns to Urban Spree for a second edition on Sunday, December 4th, 2016.

The AMAZING X-M4RK3T is a Christmas market for the digital age with workshops, geek vendors, VR exhibition, music & food.

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Powered by Europe’s premier indie video games festival AMAZE., the market is a place where you can warm your cold hands on hot circuits and blowing GPU fans, where you find mysterious objects from the depth of NET and other fabricated paraphernalia of connected madness: 3d-printed characters, home-brewed experimental videogames, DIY synths, 4 dimensional board games, digital toys, robots, hacked software on worn out USB sticks, collections of love songs for your cyberboyfriend, wearables, implants, postcards from VR, magazines, tiny pieces of paper with unknown URLs, fanzines, comics, illustrations, paintings, books, clothes and food.

//Workshops

-12:00 Projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi. 

Info and registration here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLo4fyHOd8GMgxvnpz4023BhwpMTX4lh2IFPI2v1owmzs42w/viewform?c=0&w=1

14:00 DIY synth making with LeafAudio .

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Info and registration here: http://leaf-audio.com/workshop/108_diy-synth-workshop_berlin/en/menu_id:57

//Vendors

Numode Custom Lego Building Sets

-YAIR KIRA 3D printed christmas goodies on spot

-Fab Lab Berlin

-Laser cut jewelry creations by Marika Graczyk

Ozobots

-@aaartgames presents: Spektrum Crush Zine and Virtual Afterlife Performance Project

Tetratetris

BerlinGameScene

Exploding Shed DIY synth kits

-3D printed necklaces by Clit-O

lego-turntables-dj-setup-2

//Videogame and Virtual Reality Exhibition

Curated experiences- A MAZE. style

//Music

15:00 Live: piano performance by Liburn Jupolli

Liburn Jupolli is an Albanian musician from Kosovo. From the age of 12 he began to compose and to study music theory and composition taking private lessons in parallel with piano studies. Finished primary and high school of music in piano studies and 2 years of composition with prof. Zeqiria Ballata at the University of Prishtina. Since 2004 he has written music for theater, film,animation, visual and conceptual productions in the Balkans, and has written works for instrumentalists and ensembles from Kosovo and abroad. He also works on design and remodeling of new instruments, and since 2010 he finished in 5 original instruments. Continued studies in composition in Paris at the “Jacques Ibert” Conservatory in the class of Stéphane de Gérando and electroacoustic composition at the CRR de Paris in the class of Denis Dufour. Currently he is in Master studies at CRI-Centre de Recherche Interdiciplinaire in Paris. 

-DJ set by Basco

//Food

-Audio cooking performance by The Singing Kitchen at 12:30

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-Fresh waffles

Date: Sunday December 4, 2016,
Time: 12:00-20:00
Location: Urban Spree, Revaler Str. 99, Friedrichshain, Berlin
Entrance fee: 3 Euro (Kids under 6 for free)

 

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Cummi Flu record release

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There was once a pop music genre that was not actually a genre. It emerged in the late nineties and early 2000s. It was called ‘electronica’. This genre was no more a genre than ‘indie’ or even ‘pop’. Electronica was a term simply used to define club music, ambient or noise. It referred to a compartmentalized and, for the most part, friendly listening music that was not good to dance to. As a result, a wide range of musical styles came to be classified under this non-genre just because there was no other suitable classification at the time. And now Oliver Doerell is putting out an album that sounds like a late electronica manifesto.

As CUMMI FLU, Doerell mainly does sound design. There is not a sound on Z that has been included by chance. Each acoustic event has been painstakingly carved, demonstrating its creator’s attention to detail. The squeak of a computer, the sound of a door shutting, the drawn-out hum of a cello – everything here is of equal importance, positioned democratically side by side. Each track feeds on a wide variety of sound sourc- es. And even when there is a lot going on, there is immense transparency. Every one of CUMMI FLU’s pieces develops in measured, coherent steps into a dense and, at the same time, clearly delineated sound puzzle.

A puzzle whose pieces do not always fit seamlessly together. Some go over the edges a little bit, giving an overall impression of unevenness. And this blurring or ambiguity is what makes Doerell’s music so special.

In combining these sounds, Doerell prefers the ones that do not fit together at first. Sound loops running in opposite directions rustle and squeal. A woman’s voice sings a meditative mantra in an unidentifiable lan- guage, accompanied by the clang of percussion that is apparently played on an array of kitchen utensils. And in the end, a groove emerges from the tightly woven layers of sound, suggestive of Afrobeats. It bounces and springs to all conceivable heights and depths. Doerell plays his most beloved percussion instrument: rubber bands. There is not a drum computer in the world that can offer such a variable range of sound.

On Z, Doerell pulls out all the stops in terms of every possible and impossible sound: from field recordings of all kinds, including children’s voices and street sounds, to kalimba patterns and elusive fragments of melo- dies. All of these eccentric sounds, in all their waywardness, add up to something resembling songs. Some- times dreamy and faded, at other times concrete and driving, giving rise to a very special kind of loop-based music – intimate, meditative and timeless.

Originally from Brussels, Doerell is a multi-instrumentalist and has been living in Berlin since 1990. He is a member of the bands Dictaphone, SWOD and Raz Ohara & The Odd Orchestra, with which he has released a total of eight albums to date. He has played concerts throughout the world and at festivals such as CTM (DE), Unsound (PL), Mutek (CA) and Benicassim (ES).

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   www.soundcloud.com/doerell
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The Anglo-German DJ-Team SpatzHabibi spent years working together in a ramshackle bar in Kreuzberg before deciding that their record collection could offer Berlin something hitherto unheard. They DJ an utterly diverse range of music, from upbeat Arabiana to psych meltdowns and Asian filmscores, including just about everything in between.
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Jack of all Trades, Daniel Meteo (born 1973 in marburg , grown up in essen, moved to cologne and escaped finally to berlin in new year 1997) splits his time up between many artistic activities. Along with Tom Thiel, he’s one-half of the dub / hip-hop electronica duo Bus (released 2 albums and 3 x12″ on Pole´s ~scape label).  He also runs alongside Marcop  Haas (aka T.Raumschmiere) and Florian Schmieg Random Noize Musick GmbH incl. labels as Shitkatapult, Musick and his own dub experimental imprint Meteosound aswell as the Random Noize publisher company.On top of all this, Daniel frequently plays DJ sets to accompany Bus shows or with Shitkatapult, Oceanclub Radio or Scape, in which he spins a variety of music. This can include everything from abstract elecronic or mellow reggae, roots and hip-hop early in the night to dancy techno and house music at the end of the night. DAniel Meteo released his solo debut album „Peruments“ (Meteo 20) in 2006 and several club vinyl 12“ on the labels kalk pets and meteosound.
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Karine Lémery: die Wanderer (Les Zozos)

Starting on May 18th, Urban Spree Galerie is hosting a new body of works by Montreuil based artist Karine Lémery.

Running in parallel with Etienne Pottier’s “They Live” exhibition, it’s a wonderfully crafted, poetic and nostalgic papier mâché small sculptures exhibition which is going to take place in the Buchladen corner of Urban Spree. After France and Belgium, the Zozos are ready to take Berlin by surprise!

Karine Lémery nurtures her creations with found objects garnered in flea markets, antique stores and attics to bring back the antiquity of the nostalgic past to the present. She collects those tiny little things to give them a new sense of purpose and sensibility. An old kitchen clock, a bread thermometer, her old granny’s tissues or a flower cardboard box… Leméry uses these old manufactured objects to draw on it her own small characters. She gives to those items which formed parts of memories we once knew a renewed, witty form.

Her menagerie of drawings, mobiles and sculptures are small, almost fragile but delicate and thorough. Lémery confines insects under glass, makes multicolour fish flies and dresses up the Zozos for any circumstance.  Lémery’s universe will immerse you in a personal and neat phantasmagoria.

 

Vita: Born in 1971 in France, Karine Lémery graduates from ENSAD in 1996 with a diploma in furniture design. Enhancing her artistic skills with mosaic and wax moulding, she also develops an artistic practice around mobile sculptures, set in a poetic and personal universe composed of insects, birds, fish or acrobats.

Vernissage on May 18th at 17:00, in the presence of the artistDie Wanderer from Karine Lémery

Exhibition from May 19th to June 8th, 2013