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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.



Hante . / Body Of Light / Sólveig Matthildur live in Berlin

[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:

Hante. (FR) live
Synth Religion
www.hante.bandcamp.com

Body of Light (USA) live
Dais Records
www.bodyoflightmusic.bandcamp.com

Sólveig Matthildur (ISL) live
Artoffact Records
www.solveigmatthildur.bandcamp.com

Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
10245 Berlin
www.urbanspree.com
www.facebook.com/urbanspree

Tickets: https://aufnahmeundwiedergabe.bigcartel.com/product/hante-body-of-light-solveig-matthildur-23-11-urban-spree

www.aufnahmeundwiedergabe.de

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Tamaryn + Some Ember live in Berlin

[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:

Tamaryn (US) live
DERO ARCADE
www.tamarynmusic.com

Some Ember (US) live
Third Coming Records
www.someember.bandcamp.com

Tamaryn has been crafting gothic dreampop and soaring shoegaze records for the better part of a decade. With each subsequent release she has both expanded her sonic palette and playfully deconstructed it, the project itself an iconoclastic exploration involving a variety of collaborators and genre-melding that has spanned three previous albums, an EP and a handful of singles. While 2015’s lush Cranekiss marked a synth-inflected left turn for the artist, Dreaming the Dark pushes her sound even further. It’s simultaneously her hardest, darkest record and still somehow her most accessible, landing squarely in the sweet spot between between pop and post-punk.

“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.

Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
10245 Berlin
www.urbanspree.com
www.facebook.com/urbanspree

Tickets: https://aufnahmeundwiedergabe.bigcartel.com/product/tamaryn-some-ember-14-01-urban-spree

www.aufnahmeundwiedergabe.de

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ANTIME Labelnight w/ Bad Stream, Elliver, Konkrit

🔻Bad Stream #live
https://bit.ly/2mmEo5G
🔻Konkrit – Dj-Set
https://bit.ly/2kMM15d
🔻Elliver – Dj-Set
https://soundcloud.com/elliver-twist
🔻More tba!
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Bad Stream is the solo project of the Berlin-based musician and Antime label founder Martin Steer, who is currently working on his second album due to be released in early 2020. Having released his eponymous debut in April 2018 through his own imprint, his new audio-visual live set »Homo Suizidalis Vol. 1 (Metamodern Cybertime Holes)« sees him explore a very different side of his varied musical interests while staying true to the original concept of the Bad Stream project.

As already indicated by the first single »Zombies«, Steer draws on rhythmically intricate techno that incorporates elements of IDM, jungle, breakbeat and acid. Thematically however, »Homo Suizidalis Vol. 1 (Metamodern Cybertime Holes)« picks up seamlessly where the eleven songs on »Bad Stream« left off. In shortly under 70 minutes, Steer’s driving experiments with dance floor-oriented music create disorienting effects thanks to a rich tapestry of samples and effects. The chants of Kenji Kawai’s iconic »Akira« soundtrack blend with spoken word bits from Mark Fisher to Jean Baudrillard or Greta Thunberg while the beats emerging from Steer’s Tempest drum machine never cease. There’s no time for breathers here, just an overwhelming sense of urgency that mirrors the quotidian experience of having run out of time.

More than a method, the sensory overload evoked by »Homo Suizidalis Vol. 1« is essentially its very message: much like the more rock-leaning songwriting on »Bad Stream,« Steer’s furious take on post-techno music is dedicated to the reciprocal effects of cognitive capitalism, a life spent in cyberspace, and the continuous dissolution of our subjectivity. What’s depression in an age where simulations have become our first nature? How can we overcome our paranoia if the only way out seems to be the path of sheer panic? Is something like solidarity under these conditions even a possibility, if only for 70 minutes on the dancefloor, sweating away to the incessant beats while staring saucer-eyedly at the flickering images on the screen?

As an overwhelming yet coherent whole, »Homo Suizidalis Vol. 1 (Metamodern Cybertime Holes)« does not provide answers. As the first in a trilogy of audio-visual Bad Stream live concepts however, it poses exactly the right questions.

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