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Double Release Concert: Tellavision “Add Land” + Alex St Joan “Kick & Rise”

TELLAVISION
“Add Land” Record Release show
12. April 2019 Bureau B

http://tellavisionmusic.com/
https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/new-music/discovery/tellavision-salty-man
https://nbhap.com/dailytune/tellavision-projector-running

ALEX ST JOAN
“Kick & Rise” EP Release show
3. Mai 2019 Zellephan Records

www.alexstjoan.com

Dj ALBERTINE SARGES
Itaca

For a decade TELLAVISION has been one of our most exciting sonic inventors, carving out her own inimitable style through her previous three albums, two EPs and countless tracks. New music abstractions echo against a backdrop of old Krautrock mechanical-motorik rhythms, allied to the physically gripping immediacy of techno and noise. Her concerts have consistently been nothing less than spectacular: she has sung and sampled beats from every imaginable and unimaginable variety of live percussion instruments; a loop station virtuoso, an engineer of a technically crafted musical “i” in which the innate and the alien mirror one another ad infinitum.
Tellavision has never sounded so immediate, so confident, so very much in the moment. This is her finest album to date:
“Drop utopia, / drop dystopia, / it’s all here”.

ALEX ST JOAN was born next to a flooded valley in Australia and raised on Greek myths and disco. Her debut EP “Kick & Rise” (Zellephan) features 4 distinctive songs that discard the posturing of youth and lay down what it is to be an adult; vulnerable and fully accountable. Whether using fractured synth-saxophones to hammer out a paean to self-determination or building a song around a heartbeat, ALEX ST JOAN is not taking the easy way out. “All of the things that you see as your failings are made up” is a contender for one of the most emotionally sharp lines of the year, yet it’s delivered with such hopeful romanticism one might be forgiven for not noticing the thorns amongst the flowers. These are adult dilemmas; not boy meets girl but woman meets morality, agency, self-actualisation. In merely 4 songs, ALEX ST JOAN builds a framework for us to face our fears, ask the tough questions and then let them go.

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The Graves – Album Release and Farewell Concert

The Graves are extremely excited to invite you to their Album Release and Farewell Concert at Urban Spree on the 20th of July 2018. After three tantalising years, flitting between obscurity, the stage and the studio, The Graves are finally ready to release their debut album via streaming services, digital sales and limited edition CD’s. To mark the occasion, we will be having a summer party that will include live performances from The Graves and their buddies Ponte Pilas, as well as DJ Sets from Emmanuelle 5 and Jeff Collier.

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20:00 – Doors
20:30 – Ponte Pilas
21:45 – Jeff Collier (DJ Set)
22:15 – The Graves
23:30 – Emmanuelle 5 (DJ Set)
00:00 – Handover to Urban Spree Club Night

Every silver lining has a cloud and, sadly, this will also be the final concert that The Graves will play, ever. Nevertheless, we intend to wrap our cloud in sparkly garments and paint a lipstick smile upon it’s melancholic face, lifting it’s spirits and sending it off with a bang! Dress up like you have a date with glamour herself and bring your dancing platforms because it’s going to be like The Exploding Plastic Inevitable on speed.

All proceeds from tickets will go towards recuperating the costs of making the album and hiring the venue.

 

 

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Guesthouse Berlin w/ Patryk Molinari + Acoustic Concert

We’re glad to invite you for a special Xmas event. Acoustic sounds melt into the cosmos of electronic music. The evening will start with an intercultural concert by the trio Mahmoud Ramzani (Iran), Doron Furman (Israel) and Raimund Engelhardt (Germany). The trio reflects with their exciting music the cultural diversity of Berlin.

We will present a musical bridge between the acoustic music and the electronic music and has invited well known artists such as Patryk Molinari, Lee Jokes and many more. There is waiting delicious food from the Orient for you and amazing Visuals and Arts from Julia Kapelle.

LIVE CONCERT ⎮ DELICIOUS HUMMUS ⎮ VISUALS & ART

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Acoustic Live Concert:

DORON FURMAN (Oud, Kamanche ⎮ Israel)
MAHMOUD RAMZANI (Setar ⎮ Iran)
RAIMUND ENGELHARDT (Tabla ⎮ Germany)
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DJ’s on two Floors:

Patryk Molinari (Ritter Butzke Studios, Exploited)
Lee Jokes (Guesthouse Berlin, Katermukke)
Tashi Luís (Guesthouse Berlin, Metanoia)
Polytoxikomanie (SisyCrew, Lockstoff B)
Mr. Propellerhead (SisyCrew, Lockstoff B)
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URBAN SPREE
REVALERSTR. 99
10245 BERLIN
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http://www.guesthouseberlin.org/
http://www.soundcloud.com/guesthouseberlin
http://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1045469



Ponte Pilas EP Release Concert

The time has come. Ponte Pilas will be releasing their debut EP “Young Perros” in their biggest concert so far on the 23rd of November at Urban Spree. Our friends Askers Dodge will be joining us in this rocknroll celebration. Come and bring it all cause its gonna be the event of the year!

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Jim Avignon: “Business as Unusual” Book Release + Concert

4 months after his solo show “Permanent Jetlag“, Jim Avignon returns to Urban Spree Galerie for the special launch of “Business as Unusual, the most complete monograph of the German artist to date, spanning 30 years of an unacademic career in 400+ illustrations.

 

Jim will sign his book and perform unplugged as Neoangin together with Jens Friebe on the grand piano.
 
Doors 18:00
Concert 19:00
Free Entry

 

The painter, illustrator and conceptual artist Jim Avignon is one of the most unconventional characters in the current German art world. Vibrant colours and unpretentious materials, a good dose of wit and an enormous output are his trademarks. For the first time an opulent monograph allows a comprehensive insight into the complex oeuvre of the artist, who has always sought confrontation with the establishment and who could never decide whether he wanted to be pop-art, street-art, Picasso on acid or whether he was simply the fastest painter in the world.
Avignon’s narrative about “things not going as planned” is full of concise quips and not without a certain delight. He expounds his peculiar relationship with the art market and describes the exhibitions that finally put him on the map as an exceptional artist. We get to read about odd detours into the world of commerce, a stolen bear, paintings that need ironing, call-for-help socks and how a mural almost landed him in jail. Avignon spills the beans about the high and lows of one of the strangest careers the art world has seen in the last 25 years—expect a lot of detail, an ironic undertone and an abundance of images.
 
“Business as Unusual” is a hardcover, 160 pages, 400 illustrations book published by the local imprint The Green Box with texts written by ATAK, Sandra Prill, and Lars Willumeit.