This program is all about beauty and body image. Diana Weis will enlighten us about different feminist positions on beautification and after her talk we will screen a short film program.
Talk by Diana Weis:
Bluestockings & Bimbos: Feminist Positions on Beautification
“An inventory of public and academic opinions on the current state of the female body and its various tampering techniques. Diana Weis is a freelance author and lecturer on the subjects of fashion, body images and beauty culture.”
Short film program:
BeautyCULTURE / Lauren Greenfield / 2011 / USA / 31 min
Tits / Louisa Bertman / 2014 / USA / 5 min
Plastic / Sandy Widyanata / 2008 / Australia / 7 min
Semiotics of a model / Tabassom Habibzadeh / 2015 / Iran / 20 min
Hot Chicks / Ninja Thyberg /2014 / Sweden / 15 min
Time: Program starts at 8:30 pm (doors from 19:30)
Mobile Kino presents: Baby Blues
Entry From: 19:00 (The courtyard is open with music so come early and reserve your seat and relax a little)
Film Starts: 21:30
Baby Blues is a 2012 Polish drama film directed by Katarzyna Rosłaniec. The story is moving the problem of teenage mothers, which think that the baby is just an addition to clothes and hairstyle.
Natalie is 17 years old girl living in Warsaw. She has got a baby with Jackob, but both of the parents can’t take care of the baby.
Baby Blues Trailer (Toronto Film Festival 2012) from Jens Ramborg on Vimeo.
Join us for a drink afterwards and we can discuss the film.
If we have bad weather the screening will be held indoors at the same time.
Church of Moon – Swamp Conspiracy – DUSTOWN presents
“A Danger Can Of Thounderous Sludgy Headbangs”
FFO: Stoner, Blues, Sludge, Doom, Punk, Psych & Heavy RAWK!
“REDSCALE deliver large in tone and tonnage, bearing enough resonant mass to sate beast king and listener alike. Colosseum-sized chordage, hippodrome-heavin’ hooks and ziggurat-rockin’ rhythms are hammered and tempered in the grand sonic forge, until a set of eight amplified artifacts emerge. High-octane riffage and groovin’ emissions host a vocal conquest that is potent and total, bringing hard rain to a cold dawn and warm song to all there beyond.”
New album FEED THEM TO THE LIONS available on all digital streaming services, limited edition black vinyl in sleeve case with handmade printed labels now available on Bandcamp:
South Grove are four friends that grew up in Athens, who came together in Berlin to share something they love.
The fundament of their live performances is the energy, on which a mixture of stoner rock riffs and blues rhythms breathe through melodic breakdowns that end up tasting soulfully intense.
2ND ALBUM IN THE MAKING FOR RELEASE LATER IN 2020!
Berlin’s HEAVY HEAVY formed in early 2019 by members from the Ukraine, Finland and the US. Inspired by bands like Royal Blood, All Them Witches, Highly Suspect, Death From Above, they set out to rediscover dirty rock music, armed with gritty riffs and thunderous rhythms. DEBUT SINGLE OUT NOW!
20:00 doors (open – not the band!)
21:00 Heavy Heavy
22:00 South Grove
00:00 The Ballroom Bang
feat. DJs Rob Monstar – Säsh Dustown – Gustav Moustache
“BRO – do you even riff??” – yeth, we spliff ‘n’ riff !!!
Doors: 20:00 // Start: 21:00
… presented by: GreyZone Concerts & Promotion
Prettiest Eyes operates as a three piece. Members Pachy (Drums & Vocals) and Marcos (Bass) from San Juan, Puerto Rico met Paco Casanova (Keyboards & Electronics) from Juarez, Mexico and decided to form the second phase of the band after the original keyboardist Love Juice decided to leave the band shortly after its initial emergence.
Based in Los Angeles the band crafts a notoriously popular live show that blends elements of Psych-Punk, Noise, Krautrock and Industrial with a solid blues-based backbone. The final product is loaded with razor-sharp elements and buzzing keyboards processed through effect pedals for an excruciating crunch
23.12.2019 Urban Spree
Doors: 20:00 / Start: 21:00
Pre sale: 11,00 € zzgl. Gebühren
… presented by: GreyZone Concerts & Promotion
With great passion for their craft, these three young men combine the electrifying drive of rock’n’roll music with booty-shaking funkiness and the healing quality of soul and blues. Their roots go deep into America’s sonic treasure box, sprouting a shoot on today’s branches, swaying in the breeze alongside bands such as Rival Sons or Royal Blood. The heartbeat of the group is a companionship going back more than a decade. Formed in 2019, Circus Electric consists of Oskar, Leo and Adrian – a trio pursuing the joy of speaking a language through their instruments. Their unique sound comes as a result of an intriguing recording process, which takes place in the drummer’s studio, deep in the countryside. After a number of “interesting“ experiences in the music industry, they’ve concluded that the future lies firmly in their own hands. Together with their low-end friend Oskar, the stars finally seemed to align – allowing them to push each other to their best. There’s a distinct energy and sense of adventure in every note shot out of the sonic raygun known as Circus Electric.
It would be an understatement to say that these two bands have proven to be two of the most successful, accomplished and creative bands in the German death metal underground of the last few years. With both bands having dropped their respectively magnificent third release in 2018 under the egide of the ever attentive Ván Records, this is a package that should get everyone foaming at the mouth.
Whereas Sulphur Aeon faithfully carry on the work of Charles Dexter Ward to resurrect ancient horrors in the most powerful atmospheric death metal rendition of Lovecraft’s immortal work, Chapel Of Disease started their journey in the darkness of dilapidated crypts to land in territories flooded by the soothing, psychedelic and bluesy sun of classic rock – all without losing an ounce of impact or give in to the temptations of “mature” mass-marketed heavy metal. Two bands, both one of a kind and a testimony to the creative force of the current death metal scene.
They will be joined also by the Cascadian FUNERAL DOOM band Vouna