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Playlist #23 (17- 20 Aug)

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17 August 2016, 7.30pm

Zzession #11

Humboldthain Club, Hochstraße 46, 13357 Berlin

An every-other-month series of improvised music evenings – starting point is electronic with a tendency to involve acoustic instruments and cross different genres. Today I am tired and making a lot of plans about the future at once, so the topic of the session ‘sleep & dream’ is perfect. The lineup includes René Margraff who performed at one Occulto Night in Spring 2015 – happy to see him live again! And well, you may dare climb up to Wedding for a change.
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18 August 2016, 10pm

Ancestral

Hangar 459, Holzmarktstr. 15-18, 10179 Berlin

It’s always the right time for punca – the free-jazz improvisation proto-funk, vocal dadaism primordial voodoo-rock glitch electronica explosive and unique style invented by our friends of Jealousy Party. Add an electronic set by Agata’s Eyelashes (Wale Café, anybody?), a performative djset by JD Zazie, more music and visuals, and one of the few Berlin venues where neighbours are not a problem = dance!
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18 August 2016, 11pm

GRAND JETÉ w/ Acid Maria, T.B. Arthur and Phuong-Dan

Ohm, Köpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin

And in case you’re fit enough to dance more after the punca, it will take only a few minutes to walk to Ohm for the Grand Jeté night – offering once more a special selection of contaminated club music where techno meet psychedelia, post-punk, old school disco grooves, experimentation and more. As usual with an eye on cool ladies, such as Acid Maria – a precious statement in a world where lineups are still way too masculine most of the time.
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Ongoing, Tue-Fri 9.30-18 and Sat-Sun 10-18

Tristan – Berlin bares teeth

Invalidenstr. 43, 10115 Berlin

The diva among dinosaurs is of course t-rex, and the most complete skeleton of a t-rex ever discovered (170 bones out of 300) is black, beautiful and on display at Berlin Naturkundenmuseum. Accompanied by videos where hologram-like palaeontologists tell you a bit more about it. Tristan Otto is object of an ongoing research whose results will be gradually integrated in the exhibition.
www.naturkundemuseum.berlin/en/museum/exhibitions/tristan-berlin-bares-teeth