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ANTIME Labelnight

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LIVE
● Spur
● Lola’s Bad
● Martin Steer aka Midimúm
● ABIGAIL

DJ:
● konkrit

It’s time to let that raging cat out of its back and sink its paws in your faces:ANTIME is proud to announce the release of Spur’s debut album »Nowhereland«, set for a physical and digital release in February. Spur himself will stir up an ecstatic »dance of cultures« on Urban Spree’s floor to celebrate the occasion.

Spur will be joined by our favourite rioting grrrrl Lola’s Bad how comes all the way from Greece for one of her much talked about live shows. Or from L.A. Or London. Or from around the corner. We have no clue, really.

ANTIME’s own Martin Steer (aka Midimúm) and label affiliate weirdo ABIGAIL will round off the evening with their highly energetic live performances which takes cues from droning, polyrhythmic Techno (Steer) and jacking Acid sounds (ABIGAIL). Before, inbetween and after sets ANTIME’s communications officer konkrit will alternate between 35 and 45rpm, 70 and 14 bpm and last but not least -8 to +8%.

● Spur LIVE
When young Spur first opened his mouth to emit something that would finally make sense to the world, it wasn’t a single word but a whole sentence. However, some twenty-something years later he prefers expressing himself through music. »Sometimes I really hate myself when I am talking – I’d rather say it with a chord or a progression of notes”, he says. Does he consider music to be an ersatz or maybe even a universal language? Not quite. »I see it as an extension of language.«
https://soundcloud.com/1spur

● Lola’s Bad LIVE
Lola’s Bad is a Greek-born producer, songwriter, director, actress, filmmaker and former dancer/choreographer; a modern day auteur now based in L.A. via London. Her sound is a complex amalgam of Electro-Pop, R&B and Bass music, sometimes introvert and sometimes built for the dancefloor.
http://www.lolasbad.com/

● Martin Steer (aka Midimúm) LIVE
Martin Steer is the founder of the Berlin-based Electronica label ANTIME, guitarist in Frittenbude and sings in pandoras.box. His solo project (formerly called Midimúm) blends abstract, droning Techno with experimental guitar sounds in order to explore new utopias at the interface of analogue and digital means of production. Steer’s music is an ever evolving meeting place of futuristic sounds, dronescapes and sampled bits from the depths of the dark web surfing on noisy beats which occasionally give way to disembodied voices.
https://soundcloud.com/midimum-music

● ABIGAIL LIVE
It’s time to finally fuck up the obsolete balls out discourse that’s been ruling the dancefloors once and for all, create an environment engendering horizontal and vertical individual experiences. ABIGAIL’s game for this kind of game as it’s ABIGAIL’s game. Sample aesthetics meet Acidic Techno. Come prepared.
https://soundcloud.com/abigail-music

● On Spur’s »Nowhereland«:
André Wittmann’s debut album under the moniker Spur was made with both the body and the mind in order to indulge in an odd but somehow familiar »dance of cultures« as the young Lübeck-based Bavarian calls it himself. »I find it disturbing to see how all those fields of music are still strictly separated until this day. I’d rather see them all combined«, he explains the idea behind »Nowhereland« which compiles a selection of the best cuts out of 20 to 30 compositions Spur perfected them during a month-long stay in Ghent in early 2014. On »Nowhereland«, semingly odd time signatures form the backbone of what are essentially club-orientated tracks. Spur, who started playing drums as child, took to other instruments like guitar, marimba, violin and piano and whose influences range from Hip Hop to Stravinsky and Flamenco or Gamelan, approaches songwriting both theoretically and intuitively. »I aim at putting the mind and the body in motion«, he sums up the idea behind the uniquely odd but somehow familiar »Nowhereland«.

»Nowhereland« is set for a physical and digital release in February via ANTIME.

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ANTIME:LABELNIGHT (Kalipo – "Yaruto" Release Show)

 

 

 

JUST BECAUSE WE’RE ANTIME DOESN’T MEAN WE’RE ANTIYOU

We’re actually as pro-you as we are pro-fun (and hopefully a bit profound). Thus, we’d love you to join us at Urban Spree on September 19 for a very special event: The release of »Yaruto«, the debut album by Kalipo, who will perform one of his 100% analogue live sets this evening. His Antime label mates Midimúm and Unifono will also perform live while ABIGAIL will take over the decks. We will also be joined by Doumen’s Simon12345 and III’s Joney!

 

Kalipo (Live / Album Release Show / Antime)
●Simon 12345 (Live / Doumen Records)
Joney (Dj-Set / ill / Saturaterecords)
Midimúm (Live / Antime)
Unifono (Live / Antime)
ABIGAIL (Dj-Set / Antime)

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ANTIME

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Electronica & Experimental Label ANTIME presents:

FONTARRIAN (LIVESET&DJ-SET) | GOLDEN DISKÓ SHIP (LIVE) | KALIPO (LIVESET) | MIDIMÚM (LIVE) | OCCUPANTHER (DJ-SET) | INSTALLATION BY MOONRAY

Fontarrian « vlv » Live / Dj-Set

Mit seinem Debütalbum für das Berliner Label ANTIME gewährt Fontarrian Einblick in eine fragil-eklektische Soundwelt, die sich aus verspulten Gesangsfetzen, langsam ausbreitenden, Traum ähnelnden Ambientwellen, markant stolpernder, beinah jazziger Percussion und einer stetig spürbaren, einladenden Wärme zusammensetzt. Das Album beinhaltet 10 Nummern, die aus Ideen, welche innerhalb der letzten vier Jahre gesammelt wurden, entstanden sind. Es hört sich an wie der stümperhafte Versuch die momentäre Bestandsaufnahme einer inneren Gefühlswelt zu vertonen, wie ein Mixtape, das du für einen speziellen Menschen aufnehmen wolltest, aber eigentlich nie dazu gekommen bist.


http://www.antime.de/fontarrian/

 

Golden Diskó Ship Live

Bei Golden Diskó Ship alias Theresa Stroetges handelt es sich um eine junge, in Berlin lebende Multiinstrumentalistin und Videokünstlerin, die ihr eigenes Orchester spielt. Ihre träumerischen Klanglandschaften wurden für ihre Klarheit, Frische und eklektischen Collagen elektronischer und akustischer Klänge gelobt – und kürzlich mit einer Förderung bei »Berlin Current« belohnt. Ihr Debütalbum »Prehistoric Ghost Party« wurde im legendären Faust-Studio produziert, da ist es auch nur logisch, dass auch Golden Diskó Ships Heimat das Klangbad-Label ist.

http://www.goldendiskoship.com/musicvideo.html

 

Kalipo (Live)

Jakob Häglsperger alias Kalipo liebt analoge Sounds. Inspiriert von klassischer Minimal Musik über Krautrock bis House und Techno suchte er sich schon bald seine eigene kleine Nische in der Musik. Diese Nische zeigt klare Überschneidungen zu Stilen wie SlowHouse, (Neo)Cosmic und Deep House, welche zu größtem Teil aus epischen Synthies, warmen, einnehmenden Melodien und gefühlvollen Samples besteht. Ein Sound für die wenigen Stunden am Ende eines jeden Abends, wenn nur noch eine Hand voll glücklicher, ausgelaugter Menschen die Tanzfläche bevölkert, sich weigert nach Hause zu gehen und sich stattdessen lieber noch ein bisschen in den Klängen der Musik verliert, sich von ihr in andere, größere und glücklichere Gefilde tragen lässt – Kalipo.

Bei seinem aktuellen Live-Set, setzt er auf eine Auswahl an klassischen Synthesizern, Sequenzer und Sampler und hat den Computer von der Bühne verbannt, so dass sich eine Kalipo Show irgendwo zwischen elektronischem Konzert und herkömmlicher Club Show ansiedelt.

 

Midimúm (Live)

Midimúm. Post everything. Drown On Mars. Modular Guitar-Systems, Sci-fi voices and Broken Beats. Analog Body. Digital Brain. Structure/No Structure.
Piracy. Deconstruction. Real-Time Reaction. Thoughts per minute. A Search. Fix Something. Somewhere. Sometimes. ANTI-ME

 

Occupanther (Dj-Set)

Occupanther hat einen breit gefächerten musikalischen Background in Form von diversen Bands und Filmmusikkompositionen, ist mit Künstlern wie Broken Social Scene, Mogwai oder Sometree aufgewachsen und beschäftigt sich mit Musik mehr als der im Lehrbuch stehende Musiker und Musikfan. Mit der ersten EP ,Talea‘ wird jetzt also endlich das lange in ihm schlummernde Talent in Form gebracht, genauer gesagt in eine atmosphärische Form, rhythmisch, elektronisch und rough, ohne dabei auf die melodischen Ohrwurmpartikel zu verzichten. Wenn das Wort nicht schon so belastet und verbraucht wäre, könnte man Occupanther als Bedroom Producer bezeichnen, doch das würde ihm nicht gerecht werden. Seine Sounds sind alles andere als verbraucht, die Klänge sind lebendig ohne Ende und seine Devise ist die Liebe zum Detail. Belastet ist höchstens die Atmosphäre, die es Occupanther aufzubauen schafft. Ob das die ambivalente Stimmung nach dem Feiern ist, in der man nicht weiß, ob man gerade gut oder schlecht drauf ist, wie in „Feast is Over“, oder das Gefühl, wenn man wieder an dieses Mädchen denkt. „Das ist so eine Geschichte“, sagt Occupanther. Dabei will er eigentlich gar keine Geschichten erzählen. Viel wichtiger ist ihm, einen bestimmten Gemütszustand zu transportieren. Nicht dass er nicht singen könnte—natürlich kann er das—, aber Occupanther will dir eben nicht viel erzählen. Er zeigt dir lieber, wie du dich fühlst und lässt dich dann deine eigenen Geschichten dazu erzählen.

March Mix: https://soundcloud.com/yesoccupanther/march-mix-2014
Talea EP: https://soundcloud.com/yesoccupanther/sets/talea-ep

http://www.antime.de/

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Soft Grid: “Agency” Release Show

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Soft Grid “Agency”Release show
« Agency » (Vinyl/Digital Vö: 24.5.2019  Antime/WordAndSound)

https://softgrid.bandcamp.com
https://soundcloud.com/soft-grid

https://www.facebook.com/thesoftestgrid

https://www.instagram.com/soft.grid

Gäste

Handjerks
https://handjerks.bandcamp.com/releases

Good Posture
https://gooodposture.bandcamp.com

Adresse: Urban Spree – Revaler Strasse 99 – 10245 Berlin – +49 (0)30 74078597 http://www.urbanspree.com

Einlass 20:00 

Beginn21:00

Vvk 10,00€ (KoKa36+Ticketbude)  Ak 12,00 €
Album:https://softgrid.bandcamp.com/album
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Best moments of the 3rd Berlin Seafood Festival

Full video of the 3rd Berlin Seafood Festival at Urban Spree! Thanks a lot to our lovely guests, passionate vendors, and to Gabriel at Devir Produções who filmed and edited the video.

From West African spicy grilled fish from DeDeeDe (our permanent food vendor for the 2017 season you can find everyday in our Biergarten), to the mediterranean shores with Pic Nic 34‘s octopus sandwich, Pontecarlo‘s pasta ai frutti fi mare and risotti, without forgetting Valencia’ La Cuina and their delicious Fideua, the festival ventured this year into the Far East with the succulent Japanese okonomiyaki from Samurai Spoon and the herbal tastes of thaï green papaya salad with grilled mackerel from Khwan, Spud Bencer‘s mussels « à la marinière » were a treat as well as Nico’s Cancale Oysters, in direct provenance from Brittany which were an instant sell-out. We tried some wine-beer/seafood pairings with Maxim Bar à Vins and his hand-picked selection of nature wines. Excellent combination with seafood okonomiyaki and oysters was Brooklyn Brewery‘s « Sorachi Ace« , an unfiltered Japanese farmhouse saison that has been lost and lately revived in the state of Washington. BRLO‘s 7% German IPA was a hit with grilled shrimps owing to its slight notes of caramel.

See you next spring for more seafood spree! In the meantime, you can join the Berlin Seafood Festival Facebook page to post your best pictures, and send us your comments and suggestions for next year’s edition.



No More Crew: Jan Kaláb, Pasta Oner, Michal Škapa

NO MORE CREW

KALÁB / PASTA / ŠKAPA

A strong trio. Grew up together. Long-standing friendships. Shared experience. Rocket engines. Parallel beginnings. Trajectories that have diverged over time, but remain firmly connected, consecrated by the code of graffiti. The No More Crew brotherhood.

An exhibition built around the confrontation of its participants – a trio of friends, all distinct figures, and not only in terms of the Czech art scene. The mutual confrontation comes at no risk. Jan Kaláb, Pasta Oner and Michal Škapa are equals. What they share is tenacity, ambition, drive, vigor, audacity, humor, and every now and then also a wall, as well as mutual friends and their common age. What distinguishes them is their approach, form, tools, the venues of their solo exhibitions, the locations of their respective studios, and the number of their children.

With the soul of an architect, Jan Kaláb easily conquers the third dimension not only in his murals, but also in his canvases. He has grown to embrace the painter within, and although his forte is the creation of objects he has been chiseling away at geometric abstraction, discovering spaces interior and without, regardless of the clichéd expression “that’s been done.”

The same could be said of Pasta Oner. It is possible to cite the clearly visible sources of inspiration, identify the specific paraphrases. Yet one must also take into account the force and accuracy with which he mirrors the conservative Central European mindset. How spot-on is his commentary on the bad habits of consumerism, or the directness with which he tackles the large format through his short post-pop messages.

 

Michal Škapa, by contrast, works with the moment of replication, the multiplication of a graphic element, with a hand patently the descendant of an expert graffiti artist. His style is ornamental, rhythmic, abstract and concrete at the same time. He is the draughtsman of his canvases, the transmitter of symbols, creator of expansive mural-format comics with unsettling subject matter.

The exhibition No More Crew at Urban Spree Galerie presents a trio of disparate and yet splendidly and mutually complementary artists. Their work defies being simply the result of the overused epithet “drawing on street art”, and at the same time any confrontation with their work requires such a label. Space, place, city, symbol, sign. Something for everybody.

 

Biographies:

Michal Škapa (*1978) alias TRON belongs to the most expressive wave of Czech (Prague) writers with many achievements to his credit. He is engaged in countless graphic activities with the magazines “Free Magazine” and “Upstream”, ranging from festival visuals, books, CD covers for bands, web design, and the creation of original fonts, to the design of posters and invitations to arts events. His graphics projects of the recent period include Names Festival, Kick the Shit! Bitch!, OBR, the Thick-skinned Moviegoers’ Festival for the Aero Movie Theater, IFP, visuals for the Bigg Boss label, etc. In addition to computer graphics, who also produces drawings and airbrush works. He brings his vivid imagination to bear on graffiti and visual effects. Member of CAP, NUTS, DSK a TOYZ!

www.834.cz

 

Pasta Oner is one of the most original figures on the Czech contemporary art scene. Ever a creative mind, Pasta Oner has, in the recent years and in keeping with his graffiti and street art roots which go back to the turn of the millenium, focused on asserting himself within the system of independent and publicly funded galleries. He weds pop-art to cartoon, transcending both categories.

Although he touches, at the core of his philosophy, on the principles of post-production, Pasta Oner stands apart from the current trend of post-conceptualism and blazes his trail in the Czech art world as a media-savvy and widely known, if slightly controversial artist.

The work of Pasta Oner presents an original, ironic commentary on contemporary popular culture. Pasta Oner’s traditional themes of obsession with money, sex, religion, luxury goods and the consumerist notions of beauty are translated into new contexts characterised by the technologisation of life, the increasing speed of information and the short attention-span aesthetics of today’s culture. It is into this world, of which Pasta – like all of us – is a part, that he brings his engaged art.

www.pastaoner.cz

 

When Jan Kaláb was born in 1978 in Czechoslovakia, graffiti was not to be seen in the Eastern World. In the nineties, as the country was opening itself to western influences, he became one of the pioneer of the local scene, and founded an iconic crew, the DSK. Sleepless nights around train yards, light tubes at police stations and above all hard work on his style: he went through all the classical steps of a writer’s career. Through Europe, he made a name for himself as Cakes. Next step to the Hall of fame: New York, where he made a big impression by painting whole cars in 2000, alongside with Key and Rome. Around the same time, he found a new way to push his own limits and under the name Point, he sculpted and installed huge abstracts letters in the streets and on the walls. This was another form of graffiti, in daylight, and without a spray, but truthful to the spirit of competition and innovation of the urban scene. Those sculptures lead him to abstraction, a path he’s been exploring through canvas from 2007, using acrylic painting and brushes. In the meantime, this admirer of Kupka graduated from the Academy of fine Arts of Prague – becoming the first Czech writer to do so.

Jan Kaláb had his first solo exhibition in 2008 in Prague. Others solos took place in Romania, Argentina, Germany or in the United States.

www.jankalab.com

 

Škapa, Kaláb and Pasta often exhibited together (for example: 2009 –Storage, Prague, The Chemistry Gallery, 2011 – Boutique, Prague, The Chemistry Gallery, 2011 – Can You Dig It?, Brussels/Belgium, Pragues House) and they organised shows or met many times together at group shows (2008 – City Celebrities, Brno, Moravská galerie in Brno, 2008 – Names (streetart festival), Prague, Trafacka, 2010 – Metropolis, Shanghai/China, EXPO 2010, Czech pavilion, 2010 – Corners, Shanghai, Beijing/China, Source, 2010 – Metropolis, Prague, DOX, 2012 – Possessed by the City, Prague, Galerie hlavního města Prahy – Městská knihovna).

 

No More Crew

A solo group show by Jan Kaláb, Pasta Oner and Michal Škapa

Opening Reception on Thursday, May 18th at 18:30

Exhibition: May 19th to June 11th,

Tu-Su: 12:00-19:00

press enquiries: diana@urbanspree.com

gallery enquiries: galerie@urbanspree.com

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