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SUSHIKEBAP | Exhibition. Live Music. Market

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Interactive exhibition series Sushi Kebap, on the taste of tradition and history, show and evaluate the richness joy of diversity based on the intersection of Turkish and Japanese art. Artists bring together their artworks to serve and feed unusual understanding. The works provide a fascinating glimpse into diverse production skills of human being related with environment.

Vol.01 Presents 10 samples made by Japanese and Turkish Artists who carried their lives to Berlin. Sushi Kebap presents this fresh combination by music, art, design and atmosphere.

Have an unexpected bite of Art to start the journey together!
Sushi Kebap : on view with its first episode at 7th November 2014.

VISITOR INFORMATION

Admission to the Sushi Kebap is 5€. The Exhibition open its Door at 7th November 2014 Friday at 20:00.

In the first Episode of Series, Basement Area of the Venue designed as Late Night Guerilla Gallery which will continue to welcome visitors till first lights of Saturday Morning.

In the Outside area,there will be Art and Food Market which will present traditional Handcraft, Design, Print objects together with exclusive Japanese and Turkish tastes.

Visitors can find chance to listen and chat with participating artists and production team of Project during ‘Artist Talk’ at 21:00 at Concert Hall. In the same place after 22:00 there will be Live Concerts and Dj Performances.

The Interactive exhibition offers vast opportunities to the visitors to experience the different kind of arts and activities such as live music, acts, dance, visual, installation, photography, animation, design, painting, ceramic, origami, bondage, film screening.

DANCE FLOOR

Sub Human Bros – JP

Yediçeşni   – TR

DJ CAZPERA  – TR

DJ ONONiiONIONIION – JP

LATE NIGHT GUERILLA GALLERY

Azuldecobalt – Illustration – TR

Erkin Gören – Painting –  TR

Hironori Minematsu  – Mixed Media – JP

Mahir Duman – Visual Art –  TR

Midori Sushicat   – Illustration – JPRyo Endo – Painting – JPSelin Freisinger – Ceramic TR

Tatsumi Ryusui – Performance (Ambient-Drone-Noise) + Installation – JP

Türe Zeybek – Painting – TR

Yukihiro Ikutani – Mixed Media – JP

SUSHI KEBAP GARDEN MARKET

In the Outside area, there will be Art and Food Market which will present traditional Handcraft, Design, Print objects together with exclusive Japanese and Turkish tastes.

More Info: www.sushikebap.com

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Mutant#3's warm up | Music and Live Performance by Silver

To warm up before the Mutant#3 party, Urban Spree proudly presents Silver aka Marie Caroline Hominal and her lastest music live performance.
SILVER / Live -Performance
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Door: 5€ for Silver’s performance & Mutant#3 party.

http://www.madmoisellemch.com/FR/

 

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Jagwa Music live + DJ Zhao / Saal-C

jagwamusicurbanspreeTonight, straight from Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Crammed Discs’ Jagwa Music will play live at Urban Spree: Jagwa Music is a crew of 8 youngsters playing intricate grooves at breakneck speed on traditional & makeshift percussion, a keyboard player going wild on a battered vintage Casio, two breathtaking, spectacular dancers & a charismatic lead vocalist/MC, belting out songs about survival in the urban maze, unfaithful lovers & voodoo.

Known as Mchiriku, their music derives from popular dance styles, which underwent a mutation when the band adopted low-cost electronic keyboards and their gritty, distorsion-laden sound. Jagwa Music are not only immensely popular in the poor suburbs of their hometown: their electrifying appearances at European festivals such as Roskilde have created a sensation.

Saal-C and Ngoma Sound’s DJ Zhao will cast their spellbinding african beats before and after the show.



Sudden Infant (live) / Trepaneringsritualen + Philipp Strobel

 

[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:

Sudden Infant (DE) live
(Harbinger Sound/Voodoo Rhythm/Raubbau)
www.suddeninfant.com
“After 25 years of extensive solo works and collaborations throughout the Noise, Industrial and Experimental scene, Sudden Infant is now operating as a three-piece band with Joke Lanz on electronics & vocals, Christian Weber on bass and Alexandre Babel on drums. The international acclaimed noise project has transformed into a Dada-Punk-Noise- Rock trio. Their first band-album „Wölfli’s Nightmare“ in 2014 was produced by Roli Mosimann (Swans, Wiseblood). In the past Sudden Infant toured with Sleaford Mods and played alongside Wolf Eyes, Ben Frost, Merzbow, Derek Bailey, Jim O’Rourke, Thurston Moore, Steve Ignorant, just to name a few.
The brand new 2018 album „Buddhist Nihilism“ was just released by Harbinger Sound UK. It was mixed and mastered by Martin Siewert (Radian) in his Vienna studio and very well received by critics and audiences.”

Trepaneringsritualen + Philipp Strobel DJ SET
(aufnahme + wiedergabe)
– Industrial / Post Punk / Electronic Body Music –

Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
10245 Berlin
www.urbanspree.com www.facebook.com/urbanspree
Tickets: https://aufnahmeundwiedergabe.bigcartel.com/product/tickets-sudden-infant-27-02-urban-spree
https://www.koka36.de/sudden-infant_ticket_109307.html
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Pankow, Tara in Tibet live // Herzschlag

PANKOW (IT)

Pankow, founded in Florence back in 1981, are one of the very first electronic/industrial acts coming out from Italy. The founding member Maurizio FM Fasolo and his five co-band members at that time created sounds inspired by the likes of Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire and early Kraftwerk.

After various line-up changes and the arrival of charismatic lead-singer and poet Alex Spalck, the project started to become noted also abroad and a first live-appearance in Berlin in 1984 marked the start of a long ongoing and successful career for the band.

Following a few cassette-releases and compilation appearances, Kindergarten Records – in collaboration with Polygram – released a first 4-tracks EP in 1984, that included the first more accessible, EBM-Electro-like tracks (even though the term ‘EBM’ was not ‘invented’ by that time…): songs like ‘God’s Deneuve’ and ‘Wodkachaos’ became major hits in Italy. The first LP came in 1987 on Contempo Records, and was produced by Adrian Sherwood.

Since 2016 Pankow started to collaborate with the Canadian label Artoffact by releasing their first official cassette (“Throw out Rite”, 1984) and a 10 “vinyl (Times) with the first songs released only in some Italian compilations before and a couple unpublished ones.

The band is currently active and based in France/Belgium with the frontman singer Bram Declercq.

https://www.facebook.com/pankowband/
http://www.pankow.co.uk
https://pankow.bandcamp.com/

TARA IN TIBET (IT)

Berlin-based Tara in Tibet is a project of Alessio de Felice, co-runner of label She Lost Kontrol records and owner of Last Europa Kiss records.

His perfomances are waving between noise and groovy industrial, with a touch of esoterism.

Highly recommended for fans of occult sex parties, Italian police movies and dirty raw esthetics.

https://lasteuropakiss.bandcamp.com/
https://clandestinerecords.bandcamp.com/album/spirit-violence

TIQ

TIQ is a minimal-synth party loved and supported by different alternative scenes. DJ-sets are rigid, cold, rough-edge, blind-alley and the drum machine beats always like a metronome. No matter if the sound comes from the past, the present or the future, we are more and more devoted to select the best minimal-synth-wave music, so called “quadratic wave”.

Quadratic-wave is a word game and a concept from sound physics too, but the best way to catch it is to dance it, and the best way to dance it is by being concentrated and confined in a quadrangle as Die Tödlich Doris sang in their song Tanz im Quadrat: “Wir tanzen im Viereck, wir tanzen konzentriert”.

https://www.mixcloud.com/DJNEUEK/
https://www.facebook.com/tiqberlinquadraticwave/

 

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Kælan Mikla + Some Ember live

[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:

Kælan Mikla live
[ISL, Artoffact Records / Fabrika Rec]
www.kaelanmikla.bandcamp.com 

Icelandic post-punk meets death-synth trio Kælan Mikla returns for the group’s third album, Nótt Eftir Nótt.

Topping a year that catapulted the band onto stages shared with the likes of The Cure and Placebo, Nótt Eftir Nótt is Kælan Mikla at their most confident, and their most deadly. It’s been five years since Margrét Rósa Dóru-Harrysdóttir, Laufey Soffia, and Sólveig Matthildur Kristjánsdóttir formed the band in Reykjavik, but after several tours and high-profiles stages, as well as two critically-acclaimed albums, Kælan Mikla has brought their A-game in a big way.

Starting off quietly with a creepy, gothed-out ethereal intro, Nótt Eftir Nótt erupts with post-punk brilliance and synthlines that harken back to the bad old days of the Batcave, big hair, and Egyptian-inspired eye-liner. Tracks like the melancholy “Hvernig kemst ég upp?” are wonderfully delightful, while the band goes for the big goth dance number on “Skuggadans,” succeeding with glorious ease. Near the end of Nótt Eftir Nótt, when you’ve already ingested a healthy dose of Diamanda Galas meets The Birthday Party, the title track, produced by popular Icelandic electronic wizard Bang Gang, is basically perfect.

Hot on the heels of shows at Roadburn, Meltdown, and The Cure’s 40th Anniversary, as well as a Fall tour supporting King Dude, Kælan Mikla are set to take their place as one of darkest aural poets on the world stage.

Some Ember live
[US, Third Coming Records]
www.someember.bandcamp.com 

SUBMERGING THE SUN, the second LP by Some Ember, is a journal of climatological grief, intimate vulnerability, and transcendental sadness. Self-produced by songwriter Dylan Travis, the record’s sparse arrangements are weighted by bleak ambience and dramatic vocal turns. Icy synthesizers pierce veils of fog-like drones, delivering sorrow and catharsis. Tides of dissonance ebb to reveal glittering mirages of hope, which are just as soon swept away.

Long a fixture of the Oakland, CA musical underground, Some Ember has seen many forms – a solo dream pop bedroom project, a four-piece goth rock outfit, then a hardware-based synth duo, and now a solo performance project once more. Following cassettes on Crash Symbols, Night-People and Ascetic House, the band released their first LP on Dream in 2014. In 2015, Travis and longtime collaborator Nina Chase made the move to Berlin. After a tumultuous two years (which saw a further cassette released on Dream, “DEBTS OF LOVE”), the band will release SUBMERGING THE SUN, as well as a companion cassette EP, SUBMERGED, on Third Coming Records in November 2018.

Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
10245 Berlin
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