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19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Soda Fabric (Surf/PostPunk//Bln) + Peach Peach (Lofi/Indi//Bln)
SODA FACRIC sind Shachak Fabric, Jill Fabric, Has Fabric und Moosh Fabric. Sie kommen aus Atlantis. Sie mögen Hall, Surfgitarren, Schnurrbärte und Delfine. Außerdem: My Bloody Valentine, Daniel Johnston, Afro-Pop, Post-Punk und Rockabilly. Und den Strand.

PEACH PEACH (Indie Pop / IS) Peach Peach are Eden Leshem (21) & Tomer Baruch (23). A silky smooth indie pop duo originally from Tel-Aviv, Israel. Currently living in Berlin and just finished recording their debut album.
Fr 24.10.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: JAIL WEDDINGS (L.A.s Bombastic Rock n Soul Big Band) + Charlie Megira & The Bet She’an Valley Hillbillies (Rockabily/Surf, Tel Aviv/Berlin)
doors 19:00 - start 20:00
If they aren’t L.A.’s biggest band, Jail Weddings definitely have L.A.’s biggest sound — an eight-person-deep rock ‘n’ soul revue that feels like the Pogues as produced by Phil SpectorNick Cave fronting The Shangri-Las, or a soundtrack to a Hollywood-gone-Babylon left unloved and unexplored since the last notes of classic L.A. noir/lore: power-pop, early punk, West Coast psych, etc.

Their latest LP, Meltdown: A Declaration Of Unpopular Emotion (Neurotic Yell/Burger Records) is a roguish journey into the “dissection of the personal Apocalypse” – a teetering over-the-top rock ’n’ roll catharsis that the L.A. Weekly named “The #1 Album of 2013” (beating out Kanye West and Haim).

While bookended by two femme fatale back-up singers, in the front/back of this unholy Wrecking Crew is main mutant crooner/songwriter Gabriel Hart and drummer Dave Clifford, both longtime collaborators formerly of sordid noir punks The Starvations (GSL). Dave’s musical chair covers even further ground to pioneering post-hardcore act The VSS (GSL), Pleasure Forever (Sub Pop), and the cinematic instrumental doomsayers Red Sparowes (Neurot Recordings, Sargent House).

Charlie Megira, the dream from Tel-Aviv with a face like Vincent Price and a style like Bloodshot Bill and Dirty Beaches taking on The Everly Brothers, The guitar virtuoso is a force of nature manifest as a Hasil Adkins meets John Waters greaser with influences from the first wave of rock n’ roll, outsider jazz, R&B and the 80’s underground, all careening down the highway at a hundred and twenty miles an hour. MUSIC Like some bastard love child of Link Wray and Johnny Thunders, Berlin-by-way-of-Israel rock 'n' roller Charlie Megira has mastered the art of blending 1950s-style rock guitar and spooky, blood-curdling howls.
Mo 27.10.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Shit And Shine (weirdo dance rhythm noise, UK) + Wels (2headed Noiserock, Berlin)
doors 19:00 - start 20:00 - danach Schokokuss
Shit And Shine may be best known for noisy, post-industrial rock but guided by the curatorial hand of Diagonal Records owner Powell, Craig Clouse proves that he can do dance music that's just as tough. The same rich vein of funk that gives Powell's releases their sensuous throb courses through Shit And Shine's self-titled debut for Diagonal. It's present in the relentless bassline of "Blowhannon"; it's in the syncopated backbone of "Value"; and it simmers under a cluster of textured rhythms on "Shower Curtain."

The signature tangles of noise are as present as ever, but they're more restrained than on previous Shit And Shine records. "Blowhannon"'s snatches of vocal and piano, sustained high tones and light-touch distortion make for something throbbing rather than explosive, while "Value"'s drum-machine thumps and wiry synths are reined in by the inexorable groove. "Shower Curtain" is the highlight, a scuffed, post-punky track with a lumbering drum-led groove and compacted vocal samples. Its synths sound charred and the drums are brittle, but it's all anchored by a meaty bassline. "Dixie Peach" is the biggest curveball, channeling strands of house, noise and post-punk into something both alien and utterly compelling.
Fr 31.10.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: The History Of Colour TV (shoegaze/bln) + Unshaped Ahead (loop electronic/gr)
Starting out as a conceptual audio-visual project, The History Of Colour TV was created by Jaike Stambach in early 2010. After relocating to Berlin and releasing a string of cassette-only experimental EPs and videos, the project soon evolved into a full band line-up. The music underwent a slow but radical change, gradually incorporating dark, dreamy pop and abrasive electronic soundscapes. Their latest record Shapes Of Spilt Blood Spelt Love has just been released.

aka Dimos Vryzas is based on minimal melodies. Violin loops,ambient atmosphere,storytelling and improvisation...
Fr 07.11.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Fiium Shaarrk (experimental Jazz/Art Rock, London/Berlin)
Maurizio Ravalico - percussion, Rudi Fischerlehner - drums, Isambard Khroustaliov - electronics
"Fiium Shaarrk’s debut album, No Fiction Now!, is a tour de force of intense, dynamic percussion, cerebral dance influenced rhythms and vivid, colourful electronica. No Fiction Now! is a fascinating and visionary collision between the fragile, visceral textures of Warp electronica legends such as Autechre and Aphex Twin, the groove led, percussively dynamic explorations of boundary pushing rock acts such as Battles and Health and the wayward, maverick intensity of 20th century composers such as Xenakis and StockhausenFiium Shaarrk use rhythms from across the world, from dubstep to maracatu, jungle to house, and fuse seemingly disparate influences into a rich tapestry of modern, drum led electronica.
Akin to the world beat, post jazz musings of fellow experimentalists Four Tet and Caribou, the music of Fiium Shaarrk is simultaneously hypnotic, engaging, beguiling and danceable. No Fiction Now! is one of the most significant albums of its kind of the last decade. "
In collaboration with rewire Festival Den Haag and On the Corner Records London Fiium Shaarrk released a preview track for a new EP coming soon in 2015:

The logical heir to a ‘Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster’, a ‘Bogan Sunrise’ is a 21st century update to the now familiar protocol of “having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick”. The update offers, amongst other things a complete rewiring of the users audio cognition engine. From here on in, those partaking in a ‘Bogan Sunrise’ will experience the phenomena of ‘funk’, ’swing’ and ’tonality’ calibrated to more malleable human / computational paradigms than were previously deemed possible. Users have spoken of experianceing an 'event horizon' where the digital and the organic fuse into a multiverse whose conjunction with our current reality is at best prototypical. If these accounts are to be believed there is clearly more to our sonic universe than the numerous ‘Newspeak’ impresarios would have you settle for. ‘Bogan Sunrise’ is undoubtedly one of the the cocktails needed to get you there. Drink responsibly.

"... tom-drumming trance states ... exploding upwards and outwards into new corners of noise... Exhilarating!"
The Wire, October 2012

"…we were instantly treated to the sensation of having our bodies invaded by thousands of infinitely complex machine insects. It's rare that a band can have such an instant and disquieting effect, but Fiium Shaarrk's music, we discovered, is as unusual as their name in many ways. (…) They are one of the very few acts I've ever seen who can rival Autechre for inhumanly strange synaesthesic noise-making, but extremely distinctive too: an exciting proposition all round."
Joe Muggs, the arts desk (Live Review)

"…we’re talking, or rather tuned into Fiium Shaarrk, and they just so happen to comprise two of the finest percussionists I’ve seen here or indeed anywhere (…) They’re wholly worth watching."
Josh Holliday, Dots and Dashes (Live Review)

"... verdammt gute Musik."
Freistil, Oktober 2012

"... am besten wohl als Post-World-Beat zu bezeichnen ... Fiium Sharrrk liefert mit »No Fiction Now!« den in diesem frischen Genre bislang griffigsten, überzeugendsten Eintrag ab." 
Curt Cuisine, Skug, Oktober 2012

"A prodigious and intense exercise in electro-percussive nu-jazz improvisation that’s both puzzling and mesmerizing ... it seeks to challenge a listener’s normal interpretations of what music is and how it should sound."
DIY magazine, September 2012

"Hé! Belle surprise, ce disque!"
Monsieur Delire, October 2012
Mi 26.11.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: LES SPRITZ (Noise Rock/Stress-Wave Italy) + La confraternita del Purgatorio (LCDP - Noise, Italy)
Sa 06.12.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Duesenjaeger (Punk, Osnabrück) + Portree (Münster)
doors 19:00 - start 20:00
Seit der Gründung in der Silvesternacht 1999 ging es immer um Fernweh und Flucht aus einem unerträglichen Alltag. Emoll. Melancholisch, treibend und wütend. Deutschpunk, Punkrock mit deutschen Texten. Trotz fehlender Omnipräsenz: duesenjaeger nennt man, um diesen Musikstil zu umschreiben, in einem Atemzug mit muffpotter. oder auch Turbostaat. Viele Mailorder nutzen duesenjaeger als Referenz, um Emopunk zu definieren.
Die musikalische Basis der Band liegt hörbar Genre übergreifend im Gitarrenunderground der 80er.
Ende 2008 ist dann vorerst Schluss. Loslassen, Hierbleiben sowie die Nähe und Verbun¬denheit zur DIY-Szene erhalten die Spielfreude der Band.
Ohne viel Tamtam folgen duesenjaeger spontan Ende 2010 einer Einladung und spielen ein Konzert. »Es juckte uns wieder in den Fingern«. Mit der letzten Besetzung wird jetzt wieder geprobt. getourt, gehasst. Die eigenen Vinylreleases aus den letzten Jahren sind mittlerweile auf dem band-eigenen Label Grabeland Schallfolien wiederveröffentlicht.
Do 11.12.2014
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Valina (IndiMathRock/Linz) + Tragic Vision (PostHC/FFM)
Immerhin sechs Jahre ließen VALINA aus Linz auf ein neues Album warten. Jetzt ist es erschienen und es heißt CONTAINER. Wiedermal ive produziert von Steve Albini, ohne Overdubs und Technik-Overkill. Dafür Spielfreude, Experiment und spektakulär. Denkt an Hardcore, Pop, Jazz, Kraut. Unwound. At the Drive-In. Chicago...
Dazu servieren wir PostHardcore aus dem Hause TRAGIC VISION.
Fr 02.01.2015
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: A Place Beyound Purpose (Postrock//Bln) + Gadgeto Mobil (Emopunk//Bln)
Do 22.01.2015
19.00 Uhr
Musik   thirsty & miserable: Osis Krull (FreakJazzNoise//DD) + Tarentatec (FrickelPostPunk/DD)
It's almost too easy to classify the musical style of Osis Krull: It seems they got stuck in between Jazz, Rock, Country, Postrock, Doom, Porno, Stoner, Latin, Math, Pop, Metal and Schlager, so you better remember this melange going by the name STARKROCK.

Tarentatec pendelt musikalisch zwischen Breitwandsound und Minimalismus, zwischen instrumentalen Kurzgeschichten und Rock'n'Roll, zwischen Momentaufnahme und Dampfwalze. Musikalische Schemata werden von den vier Bandmitgliedern reflektiert – neue Wege innerhalb der Rockmusik werden gesucht. Dabei ist der Weg Tarentatecs, falls es eine Richtung gibt, immer eine Gratwanderung. Eine Gratwanderung zwischen Konvention und bedingungsloser Freiheitssuche.
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