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Acid Mothers Temple • Sunn Trio • Stereocilia • Sturle Dagsland


Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso Underground Freak Out (and subsequent offshoots) is a Japanese psychedelic space rock band, the core of which formed in 1995. The band is led by guitarist Kawabata Makoto and early in their career featured many musicians, but by 2004 the line-up had coalesced with only a few core members and frequent guest musicians.
The band has released albums frequently on a number of international record labels as well as the Acid Mothers Temple family record label, which was established in 1998 to document the activities of the whole collective.
“In a non-stop stream of thrilling noise, they segue from supercharged stomp-rock, through doomy choral chanting and frazzled go-go, to a thundering melee of atonal freakouts. Then on to a pulsating, echo-drenched disco-rock groove, which morphs into a motorik rhythm too rapid even for the autobahn, works itself into a squalling frenzy, breaks cover as a kind of galloping, syncopated, Underworld-with-rabies affair, and flows into a long, chiming trance number climaxing in a collective instrumental howl.” – David Bennun

(Phoenix – Arizona)
Described as deep spirited, Arabic-music-tinged free jazz-punk and harsh exotica, Sunn Trio’s ever-evolving ensemble digests a number of genres, spitting them back out in creative destruction. Carrying on a long tradition of sun-beaten Phoenix punk, Sunn Trio evokes the sweltering and hallucinatory Arizona desert. Echoes of Sonny Sharrock, John McLaughlin, and Sir Richard Bishop can be heard in Joel Robinson’s fiery blurs of guitar. Imagine the Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 in full force, echoing from behind a curtain of bitter haze. Founded by Robinson in 2010, the ever-changing band has been constantly recording and releasing material, with a recent LP, Fayrus, on Germany’s Unrock Records.
“Wielding Indo-Arabian saz and white lightning six-string shrapnel amidst an alligator snapping turtle’s rhythm section, this trio-quartet-sextet may also sprout horns, flutes, animal skins, or shadow gamelan to faithfully demolish that whiny and predictable listening experience of today’s tepidly lazy, underachieving experimental music scene. Not a ’safe‘ environment.” – Alan Bishop of Sun City Girls
„There’s a woozy, heatstroke feel to the band’s innovative blend of surf rock, free jazz, mystical drone, and world music. Consistently recording and releasing material via self-distributed cassettes, the Trio’s sound mutates in concert, with fantastic flurries of distorted guitars butting up against mantric psychedelic saxophone runs and looping bass.“ – Jason Patrick Woodbury

(Bristol – Britain)
Stereocilia is Bristol based guitarist and composer, John Scott. John uses his guitar, analog synths and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound.
Over the past 10 years John has performed all over the UK and Europe with various projects. in the past he has shared a stage with acts including: Gnod, Daniel Lanois, Ex-Easter Island Head, White Hills, Acid Mothers Temple, Ben Frost, Josef Van Wissem, Yuri Landman, Mick Turner (The Dirty Three), Machinefabriek, ThisQuietArmy, Noveller, and performed in three of Rhys Chatham’s guitar Orchestras. He has also presented work for live radio broadcasts, and regularly composes for Short Film.
Spring of 2019 saw the release of Stereocilia’s 4th album, and second for Brighton label, Drone Rock Records.

(Stavanger – Norway)
Sturle Dagsland is a Norwegian artist and musical outfit from Stavanger, Norway, consisting of the brothers Sturle Dagsland and Sjur Dagsland, that play otherwordly experimental Avantgarde Neo-Classical Indie-Folk beyond any description.
They have toured extensively all across the world at festival’s such as Secret Solstice, Sled Island, Fiestas del Pilar, Tallinn Music Week, Fusion Festival, South by Southwest, Canadian Music Week, Oslo Jazzfestival, and more. In 2015, they made their North American debut at Sled Island in Canada.

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Pale Honey + Tiny Deaths | Berlin

Pale Honey
+ tiny deaths
30.10. Berlin, Urban Spree
Einlass: 19 Uhr | Beginn: 20 Uhr

Pale Honey sind Tuva Lodmark (Gitarre und Gesang) und Nelly Daltrey (Schlagzeug). Ihre Debüt-EP ‘Fiction’ sorgte schnell für Aufmerksamkeit und führte zu Festival-Shows in Deutschland und Großbritannien, gefolgt von einer längeren Europatournee im Frühjahr 2015. Im Mai desselben Jahres veröffentlichte die Band ihr selbstbetiteltes Debütalbum “Pale Honey”, das sowohl international als auch zu Hause in Schweden große Anerkennung fand. Die Band wurde in einer Vielzahl von angesehenen Medien wie Line of Best Fit, Stereogum und Consequence of Sound vorgestellt.

Sie wurden auch in der britischen Sunday Times als “Breaking Act” betitelt: “Tuva Lodmark and Nelly Daltrey eschew the synth pop most often associated with their country, favouriting instead a White-Stripesian voice-drums-guitar spareness, with a plinky keyboard sometimes thrown in, that suddenly explodes into violentcolour… brilliant”.

Pale Honey wurden nach der Veröffentlichung ihres Debütalbums bei der P3 Goldgala in Schweden in der Kategorie “Newcomer of the Year” nominiert, und auch in drei Kategorien beim schwedischen Gaffa Prize. Das zweite Album “Devotion” erschien 2017, gefolgt von Tourneen in Skandinavien, Großbritannien und Deutschland und mehreren Festivals im Sommer (wie etwa Roskilde). Die Singles “Get These Things Out Of my Head” und das ABBA-Cover “Lay All Your Love On Me” wurden in Schweden und in Dänemark auf High Rotation gespielt und erhielten auch starke Unterstützung von Spotify.

“Devotion” wurde bei der P3 Goldgala in Schweden nominiert und die Band gewann einen Preis für das Album beim Swedish Manifest Galan. Die Band ist nun im Studio und arbeitet an ihrem dritten Album, das Anfang 2020 veröffentlicht wird.


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Interkosmos #3 w/ Damo Suzuki Network

MAINSTAGE (Indoor venue)

DAMO SUZUKI NETWORK with TAU and Joe Dilworth (Cavern of Anti-Matter and Stereolab)
Cummi Flu
DJ Oscar Valentine from 8MM Bar
Visuals by CineMata (aka Mattia Grigolo)

17:00 Schlafwagen – First Set
19:00 Schlafwagen – Second Set
Dj Wahid Paradis and Low Bat, food trucks, and much more.

Former lead singer of the legendary and seminal german krautrock band Can, Damo, resident in Köln (De) since the 70s, has been performing since mid ´97 with his project DAMO SUZUKI´S NETWORK around the world with more than 7,000 different musicians in 43 countries. He will bring his project this year at the 3rd edition, and first summer one, of the Interkosmos festival. A festival focused on several forms of music: experimentation, electronic, krautrock, drone, post punk, impro.
Damo will perform with TAU from Berlin.

CUMMI FLU is the latest incarnation of the ever-changing multimedia illusionist Oliver Doerell. Born in Brussels, he was the driving force behind the electronica projects Dictaphone and SWOD, and a sound box in Raz Ohara’s Odd Orchestra.

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 producing music that sounds like a late electronica manifesto.

BLUE CRIME’s stars have a gloomy shine, inspired by myths and dreams and parallel universes. Earth felt too low; space is the place. They started out as a glowworm in a dark atom shelter, and emerged as eerie moonpop, growing grittier in time. Call it moonpsych, noisefolk, call it earthquakes with guitars and vocal eclipses. Or just feel it, and call it nothing at all. Be it love or hate, dark or light… Blue Crime shows no
mercy for the sober and cold-hearted.


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präsentiert von Spex – Magazin für Popkultur und ByteFM

Palm plays rock music backwards. Eve Alpert and Kasra Kurt’s guitars occupy themselves most often with the pace-keeping work typical of a rhythm section. Meanwhile, Gerasimos Livitsanos’ bass and Hugo Stanley’s drums perform commentary and reportage from their deeply embedded positions at the front. The band is firmly attached to the physicality of rock, but not as much its tone; their instruments tend to sound like any number of things at any given time.

None of the members of Palm are formally trained on their instruments. The band formed in 2011 at college in Upstate New York, when high school friends Eve and Kasra met Gerasimos and Hugo. In those early days, the band was just beginning to forge its collective musical identity through experiments in recording and performing live.

Their first album, Trading Basics (2015), was written in Hudson, NY, a riverside outpost where the group could clarify its intentions outside the direct influence of nearby cultural capitals. That year, the members of Palm relocated to Philadelphia, where they continue to live only a few blocks apart from one another. This proximity has facilitated a level of collaboration necessary for a sound so slippery to remain in the firm grasp of its players.

On 2017’s Shadow Expert EP, they made use of the steady hand granted by a tireless touring schedule, cutting their songs to efficiencies of pop confection without sacrificing the avant-adventurism at the center. The effort was met with praise from such outlets as Pitchfork, Stereogum, Spin, and Tiny Mix Tapes, who likened the sound variously to Stereolab, Slint, Sonic Youth and Broadcast. With Rock Island(2018), Palm excuses the company of these myriad influences with a sly brush of a hand, ushering the listener into a new domain, thrillingly strange for all its familiarity.

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Die Neuen Schweden 2017

DIE NEUEN SCHWEDEN kommen wieder! Bereits zum dritten Mal laden wir Ende August zusammen mit dem schwedischen Bildungsinstitut Sensus Musik drei schwedische Nachwuchsbands für vier Tage nach Berlin ein, machen mit ihnen eine Music Industry Crawl durch die Hauptstadt und präsentieren einen Showcase-Abend mit freiem Eintritt.

Die Künstler, die an diesem Projekt teilnehmen, wurden von uns sorgfältig aus einer Vielzahl von Bewerbern für das Projekt ausgewählt.

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Many Voices Speak (Stockholm)
Many Voices Speak aka Matilda Mård veröffentlichte letzten Herbst drei Singles innerhalb eines Monats. Im Oktober 2016 erschien dann ihre Debüt-EP “Away For All Time”. Die EP wurde in der kleinen schwedischen Stadt Borlänge geschrieben und aufgenommen um dem hektischen Tempo Stockholms zu entkommen. Die Songs auf der EP verzaubern mit Luftigkeit und Gelassenheit die aus ihrem Entstehungsort hervorkommen. Die Single “Video Child” und Matildas Cover von dem Klassiker “Blue Moon” haben die Aufmerksamkeit von Stereogum, Noisey, The Line of Best Fit, DIY und anderen Medien auf sich gezogen. Die träumerischen Indie Pop & Folk Einflüsse wurden mit Beach House und Destroyer verglichen, jedoch hat Many Voices Speak ihren eigenen Sound und eine besondere Stimmung. Ihren ersten Live-Auftritt hatte die Musikerin beim Where’s The Music? Festival im Februar 2017. Im August 2017 wird Many Voices Speak eine neue Single veröffentlichen, und das Debüt-Album erscheint im Herbst.

Website: http://www.manyvoicesspeak.com/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/manyvoicesspeak

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Baula (Göteborg)
Baula sind Kallo Thunberg und Ísak Ásgeirsson, ein schwedisch-isländisches Duo aus Göteborg. Die Band wurde 2015 kurz vor dem Iceland Airwaves Festival gegründet, wo sie innerhalb einer Woche 11 Shows gespielt haben. Im Januar 2017 veröffentlichten Baula ihre zweite Single “Just Like Yesterday”. Der Song wurde auf mehr als 30 Blogs besprochen, und die schwedische Musikzeitschrift GAFFA beschrieb ihn als “Musik die weh tut”. Die dritte Single von Baula kommt im August 2017.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/baulatheband

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Kuda Aka Mr Realtalk (Östersund)
Kuda ist ein Rapper aus Simbabwe, der aber in Östersund in Schweden wohnt. Kuda hat eine lange Liebschaft mit Hip-Hop und mit der Kunst, Reime auf Beats zu legen um einen wohldurchdachten Song zu produzieren. Er konzertiert sich auf das Alltagsleben des Arbeitsmannes, das Straßenleben, die Stimme der Vernunft und das Geldverdienen. In seinen Songs rappt er in verschiedenen Sprachen wie Shona, Ndebele, Setswana, Zulu und Englisch. Kuda hat bereits mit vielen anderen Künstlern zusammengearbeitet, zum Beispiel mit Howard Who (RMH), Follow Him To The End Of The Desert und Johan Vuitton & Görda. Im April 2017 veröffentlichte er seine neue EP “Therapy”. Die Videos für die Singles “Intro” und “Outro” sind auf YouTube verfügbar.

Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/kudawacho

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