Do 28.07.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: A Place Beyond Purpose (IndiPostRock/Bln) + Kira Kanoa (PostHC/Neuruppin)

plus DJ Aussenborder
do, 28.Juli 2016
doors: 19.00 +++ show: 20.00 +++ entry: 5 -7 euro +++
thirsty & miserable:
A Place Beyond Purpose (IndiPostRock/Bln) + Kira Kanoa (PostHC/Neuruppin)

Record Release Konzert von A Place Beyond Purpose

A Place Beyond Purpose
Kira Kanoa

Sa 30.07.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Milemarker (Post-Electronic HC - Rec-Release-Show) + Soft Grid (Krauty Experimental Postpunk, Bln)

milemarkerdoors 19:00 - show 20:00
soft grid Formed 1997 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina by Al Burian, Dave Laney and Ben Davis, Milemarker quickly gained recognition in the independent music scene for their explosive live shows and adventurous instrumentation. The band became known for its combination of post-hardcore punk with new wave electronics, and found a solid touring line-up 1999-2004 in Burian, Laney and singer/synth player Roby Newton. Milemarker played circa 1000 shows in support of their releases Frigid Forms Sell (Lovitt, 2000) and Anaesthetic (Jade Tree, 2001), touring extensively in North America, Europe and Japan, along the way sharing the stage with bands such as Wire, Mission of Burma, At The Drive-In, The Hives, Thursday, Blood Brothers, International Noise Conspiracy, High On Fire, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Muff Potter, Cave In, Les Savy Fav, Spoon, Monochrome, Turbostaat, The Faint, The Locust, and Hot Snakes.

Milemarker added double drummers Tony Lazzara and Noah Leger as well as string arrangements from siblings Beth and Tim Remis for the recording and US tour around Ominosity (Eyeball, 2005). In 2008 the band completed a US and European tour with founding member Ben Davis, including performances at the SXSW and Fusion festivals.

In 2009, guitarist Dave Laney moved to Hamburg and focused his musical energy into the band Auxes, while bassist Al Burian moved to Berlin to pursue literary and journalistic interests. A re-ignition of the band on German soil seemed inevitable. Milemarker returned to the stage in 2015 with Lena Kilkka on keys and vocals and Ezra Cale on drums.

In an abandoned hospital ward in 2014, Jana and Theresa penned the opening sketches of an EP that would eventually become Soft Grid’s debut Stingrays (Cassette, Twaague, 2015, sold-out). The resulting layered synths, reminiscent of early lo-fi psychedelia, were supported for early live dates by drummer and producer Sam. The sound subsequently developed into Soft Grid as it is today - its reinforced rhythm section, and highly effected vocal aesthetic pouring eclectic references through an extended live show.

After extensive performing in early 2016, spring will see the return to the studio with renowned producer Christian Mevs alongside label owner Silvain Livache to record the live show they’ve been playing for the last months, a single 27 minute long navigation through big hooks, extended ambience and heavy synth breakdowns.

Do 04.08.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Sleep Routine (BikerEmo/bln) + Boneflower (PostHC/esp) + Descubriendo a Mr Mime (Screamo/esp)
Mi 10.08.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: ART the Band (Groovecore, Toronto) + mOck (Puzzle-Rock, Berlin)

art the banddoors 19:00 - show 20:00
mOckART is the feeling of your truest lover stroking your neck. ART is the tightness in your throat when your dog died. ART is the 6 hours of pure joy you spent laying in the grass on your first mushroom trip. ART is Everything You've Ever Listened To. ART is Nick Marshall, Stuart Brignell, Sean Clarey, Austin Gembora, and David Maclean.

mOck from Berlin challenges us in all the best ways: the trio oscillates between scintillating outbursts and minimalistic reservation. Its unique and yet catchy sound feeds on sources such as post hardcore. Bands like Karate, Honey For Petzi, or Tortoise are important influences. Persisting melodies, rhythmic ruptures and free floating structures that are given to sudden changes combine to create an experience of Puzzle-Rock that lends itself to a very fine listening.

Do 11.08.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Black Fawn (psych-noise-pop, bln) + Astral Tide (shoegaze-post-punk, bln)

plus DJ Aussenborder
BlackFawn are a Berlin based psych-noise-pop duo from Malta formed in 2015 by Daniel and Alexandra. BlackFawn blend carefully crafted melodies with drones and minimal electronic production. BlackFawn echo elements from Cocteau Twins, Tropic of Cancer, Chelsea Wolfe, Silver Apples, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Neu! and Suicide.
Astral Tide: A new East Berlin based 4-piece with members from Denmark, Italy and England playing their own strain of conscious dream punk and brutal doomy shoegaze.

Do 25.08.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: CINEMA CINEMA (Experi-Metal Punks, Brooklyn) + DISMEMBERS (Raw Rockin Black Punk Duo, Berlin)

cinema cinemadoors 19:00 - show 20:00

"Since 2008, experi-metal punks Cinema Cinema have jacked up the amps to ear-bleeding-loud levels, destroying DIY dives across the boroughs and beyond with their distorto-drenched post-grunge and damaged-funk assault. Born and raised here in NYC, six-string-slinging beardo Ev Gold and his drummer cuz Paul Claro are Brooklyn diehards to the core, bred on both the seminal punk of SST Records (they've toured with the recently reincarnated Black Flag) and D.C. hardcore (their 2012 epic Manic Children and the Slow Aggression was recorded by Don Zientara, whose prior production credits include Minor Threat and Fugazi). Besides covering the holier-than-thou Nirvana and PJ Harvey, CC's most recent shredder, A Night at the Fights, is an effects-pedal-stomping and time-signature-frenzied anthemic beast, captured in Gowanus at the legendary studio of Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth). Cinema Cinema...burn your earplugs off with their hefty noise attack and dizzying complexities.” (VILLAGE  VOICE)

Mo 29.08.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: GULFER (Math-Rock/Emo-Punk, Montreal, Canada) + ALASKA (Emo/Math-Rock, Nevada, US)

doors 19:00 - show 20:00 - danach "Schokokuss" (Queer/Punk-Party)
GULFER is a math-rock/emo/punk band from Montreal, Canada. Since forming in December of 2011, they have released splits with bands like Fago.Sepia, Lions and Kit Fisto, and have toured Canada, the US and Europe with bands like Sport, Tiny Moving Parts, I Kill Giants, Giraffes? Giraffes! and Vasudeva.

Sa 17.09.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Blutige Knie (NoiseBluesTrash//Bln) + support

Record Release.
Timo Tolkmitt (Gesang, Gitarre) u. Till Trenkel (Schlagzeug) kennen sich schon seit den 90ern aus den Randbezirken Ost-Berlins. In den Jugendclubs und besetzten Häusern läuft man sich immer wieder über den Weg und der Legende nach hat einer vom anderen mal ein Bier über den Kopf gegossen bekommen oder so ähnlich…
Februar 2014: Timos Hauptband pausiert, Till hat grad keine, aber mal wieder Bock zu trommeln. Die Erstauflage (100 St.), einer im Proberaum aufgenommenen Kassette ist innerhalb von 3 Shows ausverkauft und es muss eine Zweitauflage her, die im Sommer auf Festivals und im Herbst auf einer kleinen Clubtour verkauft werden. Mit dem kritischen Kommentar zum Gewinn der Weltmeisterschaft im Fußball “Sind nicht Weltmeister” gelingt sogar so etwas wie ein kleiner “Hit”. Im Dezember 2014 nehmen Blutige Knie ihr erstes Album in Berlin auf, welches noch auf seine Veröffentlichung wartet.

Sa 29.10.2016
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Kitshickers (noiserock/lux) + The Majestic Unicorns from Hell (postmetal/lux)
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