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Undogmatisch 6


_ LOWER ORDER ETHICS (Ready Made) – dj
_ GONDWANA (Opal Tapes) – live
_ MOGANO (Arboretum) – live
_ IAN McDONNELL and DARA SMITH (Stroboscopic Artefacts / R&S) – live
_ ASCION (Repitch) – live
_ DANIELE ANTEZZA + T.C.O. (Stroboscopic Artefacts / Undogmatisch) – b2b dj

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_ FAX / VILLA / sYn – visuals

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DANIELE ANTEZZA (Stroboscopic Artefacts / Aquietbump)
Daniele Antezza is an electronic music producer, mastering engineer and sound designer, member of Dadub and co-founder of Artefacts Mastering Studio.
A chance meeting with fellow Italian Giovanni Conti, cemented the foundations of Dadub as a duo as the pair bonded over their interest in sound manipulation and merging experimental techno with drone and dub elements, as well as sparkling noise and ambience.
He’s actually at work on his solo forthcoming LP as Inner8.

T.C.O. (Undogmatisch / WePlay!Rec)
T.C.O. aka Mirco Magnani is an italian Berlin based music composer and video artist, co-founder of music projects: Minox, Technophonic Chamber Orchestra, 4Dkiller, he is also producer and dj. Since 1984 he has produced music and mixed-media events with the italian band Minox. In 1996 he co-founded the independent record label Suite inc., he has worked, for his label releases and on the stage, with Steven Brown (he produced Minox’ “Lazare” – Industrie Discografiche Lacerba – Lacer 9 – 1986), Blaine L. Reininger of Tuxedomoon, Lydia Lunch, Mad Professor, Nobukazu Takemura, The Gentle People, Murcof, Daedelus, etc… In 2000 co-founded Suitevision, a sub-label that was dedicated to images and A/V. In 2004 he started his solo project T.C.O. and in 2009 he moved to Berlin developing his projects between exhibitions, live shows and dj sets and also collaborating/producing with various artists and labels.

ASCION (Repitch)
Born in Napoli in 1988. Since early age he is fascinated by electronics, when the first computer arrive at home he immediately began to experiment with it and with sounds. After finishing his studies in – Multimedia Design – in Italy he moved to Berlin where he is taking care of three record labels. REPITCH recordings and Cosmo Rhythmatic with the collaboration of D.Carbone and Shapednoise, 3TH records with D.Carbone and Lucindo. Ascion’s solo projects, referring to both productions and performances, is often defined dark and mental. His work mainly focuses on his own record labels like the last solo-work « The Cybernetic Drama », released on 3TH records, which fully reflects his style and musical growth achieved during his years of production. Ascion’s experimental alter ego CSA, a reverse-abbreviation of his original alias, was introduced by the label Violet Poison (releasing on the V.A « Sulla giostra nell’ombra » the track « Overture »). His name was also prominent for the release « Kick on » on Drumcode (2009), the remix of the classic « Avion » of Damon Wild and recently for various apparitions and collaborations on labels such as Modularz, InnerSurface music and M_rec LTD. Ascion is also the Graphic Designer of his labels.

IAN McDONNELL and DARA SMITH (Stroboscopic Artefacts / R&S)
Ian McDonnell and Dara Smith are two musicians from Dublin, Ireland, currently based in Berlin. Better known in electronic music as Eomac and Arad, and together as the duo Lakker, they have worked with labels such as R&S Records, Killekill, Stroboscopic Artefacts, Electric Deluxe and Trilogy Tapes to name a few. Outside of that they have played in a wide range of groups and bands, from noise and improv to contemporary classical and pop. For this performance they will create a whole new set of improvised music.

MOGANO (Arboretum)
Mogano is the moniker of electronic music producer and imprint founder Marco Berardi.
The name ”mahogany” re-calls both the percussive and string infused nature of his music as well as his profound fascination for ancient musical practices and nature as a source of knowledge.
In his youth, Marco was a guitarist involved with a variety of musical projects, around 2010 he began to perform in clubs as a DJ. Making his way in the Dub and Techno scene, he then formed a synergy with visual artist Andrea Familari Fax and sound designer Drøp (Giuseppe Bifulco), both of whom are now part of the Arboretum imprint. Arboretum has become their cooperative platform for Audio/Video experimentation as well as a record label. Since 2012 the project is based and active in Berlin and has been involved in a remarkable framework of concepts such as Contort (NewCodes Berlin Atonal), CTM Transmediale Vorspiel, Undogmatisch and many others.

GONDWANA (Opal Tapes)
Gondwana aka Andrea Taeggi is an Italian musician residing in Berlin. After graduating from the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where he had the chance to deepen his knowledge in acoustic improvised music – working with a variety of ensembles of the lively Dutch improv scene (using prepared piano, percussion, a.o.) he delved into electronic music ranging from research sound design to post-dance floor. He just started Gondwana, his new solo project whose debut record release is scheduled on January 19th on UK label Opal Tapes. His music can be described as sculptural, tactile, meditative, bodily, using improvisation during his live shows. He’s interested in working with all sorts of instruments/machines from the past, as an inspirational basis for composing and sound sculpting. He’s also one half of the duo Lumisokea (Opal Tapes/Digitalis/Eat Concrete) which released 5 records and has a forthcoming one on American label Digitalis due in early 2015. He toured extensively in Europe, and occasionally also in North and South America.

Hailing from the murky depths of underground Budapest nights, Lower Order Ethics has been tasting Berlin’s veins for quite some time and liking it. Known for her tense and masterful transmissions on the edge of welcome sonic paranoia, flirting with borderline gothic and harsh industrial, her sets open the doors of techno’s secret chambers, conjuring up smoky, hypnotic images of endless nights spent in daze.
When not behind the decks, Lower Order Ethics takes part in A/V and noise projects, tirelessly researching ethnomusicology at the same time.

FAX (Arboretum)
Italian artist, born in 1987, lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
His works encompass from Vjiing, Audio/Visual Interactions, Mapping, Interactive installations to Scenic-design and investigate mostly on the decomposition of micro/macro cosmos.
Since 2012 he works also as Workshops Manager for LPM (Live Performers Meeting): an international meeting of live video performers, video artists and vjs, that seeks to study the practices that most have influenced live video performance.
In 2013 he also founded, together with Marco Berardi (Mogano) and Giuseppe Bifulco (Drøp) the Records Label Arboretum, a cooperative platform for Audio/Video experiments.

Villa lives and works in Berlin, Germany. After studies in Video Design, he worked full time with Studio Azzurro, established video art reality since 1982, running on his versatility to achieve the different kind of projects developed by the italian group: multimedia building, software programming, synchronized videoprojections and of course video making, for different interactive installations in museums or exhibitions, as well for art pieces at galleries or shows.
Recently he’s focused on films and videoclips productions, involved into different collaborations with Berlin-based artists and music labels, mixing personal and collaborative artistic projects with commercial commissions, he’s experienced in audiovisual performances and interactive installations, pursuing synesthetic experiences for the audience, especially in different vjing and lighting performances in clubs and art venues.

Valentina is a painter.
“True perfection does not exist, the sense of beauty comes from imperfection.” In the attainment of perfection, there is always the need for some elements of ugliness and of madness. When the ugliness is there, it is often overlooked, either intentionally or unintentionally, but perhaps when it is overlooked, true perfection is obtained.


Date :
31st January 2015
Heure :
Prix :
€6 à €8




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