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VF#5 Dame Area // Jean-Luc // Andrew Claristidge (dj set)

++++ SOUND OF MACHINES, VOCAL CHORDS AND INSTRUMENTS PLAYED BY HUMANS •̀.̫•́✧ ++++

Dame Area (Barcelona, Spain)
Listen 🔪https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD9KRnOXfMM
Dame Area mixes synths and live percussion, industrialism and tribalism. Their music works as a musical Rorscharch test: some people call them Tribal Wave, others Latin EBM, some say they do pure Krautrock some say that they do Industrial Postpunk.
Their music has been played in the sets of some of the bravest DJs out there including The Hacker, Identified Patient, Vladimir Ivkovic, Yamatsuka Eye (Boredoms) or Tommy Tokyo (Group A) among others.

Jean-Luc (France, Suisse)
Listen 🔪 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPRFiS65Nmo
– Jean-Luc is a Berlin-Fribourg-Vienna based band, even though Jean-Luc might be french.
– Jean-Luc doesn’t like clichés, that’s why it’s impossible to find one of him on the web.
– Jean-Luc’s big toenail dug a hole through the fabrik of his right espadrille while dancing drunk in the Spartacus in 1994 to a song from Beate Bartel and Chrislo Haas. Instead of sewing it up, Jean-Luc hang the espadrille to his wall as a reminder to do a hommage to that song one day.

Andrew Claristidge (Berlin)
Listen 🔪 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d14O1-MWFR4
French Dj Andrew Claristidge (Acid Washed) oscillates without any frontiers, from Techno to Pop, Ambient to Electro and Psychedelic experiments to New Wave. A Member of Mount Kismet, his new band, the trio just released on Moscoman’s imprint: Disco Halal. Andrew has also an upcoming track in collaboration with Cosmo Vitelli on I’m a Cliché Compilation « Bongo Beats & Bankruptcy: The Sound of I’m a Cliché »

🌑 Vital Function Dj Team opening the night with a kinky slow driven dj set 🌑

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Sabbat Events

-Franco dj set (Vltra Delta Drive, Pildoras Tapes) Bogota Colombia

Vltra Delta Drive is an electronic duo from Bogotá, Colombia between Franco & Gaël. The idea from the beginning is to bring an innovate sound to the local music scene putting together their influences from Techno to Electro passing through Acid, Disco, EBM, House, Minimal Synth, New Wave, New Beat, Italo Disco; their sounds emerge from the electronic backgrounds of dance culture between the past and the future.

Vltra Delta Drive debut on vinyl was under the various artists release on English label: brokntoys and Czech label Endless Illusion; ‘El Complot’ the first track of the release is described as body-propelled and tense track; this track has been played by artists such as, Mick Wills (Nation), Marsman (Pinkman Records), Imogen (NTS.radio), Timothy J. Fairplay (Crimes of the Future), Slick Chick, Julia Mira & Merel and many more…

Link Bandcamp: https://brokntoys.bandcamp.com/album/human-abstracts-volume-one
First EP out on Lost Causes Records: https://lostcausesrecords.bandcamp.com/album/las-conqvistas-lcr005
Track included in compilation: https://interplanetaryltd.bandcamp.com/track/vltra-delta-drive-1948

Somnia Vera aka Nekrobot (Drone, noise Live )
1st Live appereance at Sabbat Berlin
New Live project of one of the Sabbat Head and Resident

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Angelic Sintesis

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Tot Onyx (Tommy Tokyo group A) –

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PERFORMANCE:
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Special return PERFORMANCE 2 SABBAT BY ReveRso
(https://vimeo.com/250147415?

Out of the darkness emerged ReveRso. The creation myth of a megalomaniac marred on its own venom: a fetishistic cannibal-of-self bound in love, loss, seduction, salvation, madness, prophecy and pain. Currently based in Berlin, ReveRso has massacred crowds on stages (and in alleyways) from Europe to America. A junky, he must devour the public to feel the light, his rite of purification through the shadows. To Repent to the name of no other but He ☦ ReveRso.

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Disagio Party

#sentitinadeguato

A grande (???) richiesta dopo oltre due anni arriva il primo Disagio Party.

In un’atmosfera di totale inadeguatezza, potrai fare da tappezzeria (come del resto hai sempre fatto fino ad oggi) oppure scatenarti rendendoti ridicolo al centro della pista, o ancora farti leggere i tarocchi da una strega in un angolo buio del locale.
Per gli amanti dei trasformismi, angolo travestimenti e make-up pazzerelli e poi via a postare selfie imbarazzanti con hashtag inutili.

Dress-code: difficoltà (s.m.), imbarazzo (s.m.), malessere (s.m.), fastidio (s.m.), impiccio (s.m.), seccatura (s.m.), incomodo (s.m.), mancanza di agi (s.m.), scomodità (s.m.), bisogno (s.m.), povertà (s.m.), miseria (s.m.), privazione (s.m.), carenza (s.m.)

Guest star: i controllori della BVG.

L’unica cosa che non sarà disagiata, la musica: techno, house, disco, funky e molto altro con:

FARFISA LAURITO aka Musica Matta
(deep house speziata//techno al torroncino)

U B B B R R R U
(disco funk club presabbene sexy selecta)

Antarktyda & Syl
(electronic)

Orario: 23:30 – ???

Biglietti in prevendita esclusiva per i membri gruppo Disagiati a Berlino: 6,51 euro

Biglietti in cassa: 8 euro

Urban Spree

*******English*******

By popular demand (????) after more than two years comes the first Disagio Party.

In an atmosphere of total inadequacy, you can be a wallflower (as you have always done until now) or unleash making yourself ridiculous in the center of the dancefloor, or even get a tarot card reading by a witch in a dark corner of the room. For lovers of transforming, corner disguises and make-up, and then off to post embarrassing selfies with useless hashtags.

Dress-code: difficulty (s.m.), embarrassment (s.m.), malaise (s.m.), discomfort (s.m.), entanglement (s.m.), annoyance (s.m.), uncomfortable (s.), inconvenience (s.m.), lack of comfort (s.m.), discomfort (s.m.), need (s.m.), poverty (s.m.), misery (s.m.), deprivation (s.m.)

Guest star: BVG controllers.

The only thing that won’t be inconvenienced will be the music with DJ selection by:

Musica Matta

UBBBRRRU

Antarktyda & Aivlis

Opening hours: 23:30 – ???

Exclusive pre-sale tickets for the Group members in Berlin: 6.51 euros

Tickets at the cash desk: 8 euro

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Rojava Solidarity benefit party

We are hosting a Benefit Solidarity Party in order to raise funds for Rojava

Friday 20th December at Urban Spree

Program

TECHNO FLOOR
– Thomas Schall
– La maquina corrupta

PUNK/ WAVE/ 80s 90s TRASH FLOOR
– Hannihilation Time
– Tombola
– Kaos Karaoke

SAVE THE DATE

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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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