2 July 2015, 10PM
GRAND JETÉ w/ Atom™, Vinilette, Strobocop vs. the VSQ
OHM, Köpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin
OHM is a klein aber fein club located in the former battery room of a disused Berlin power plant – the same complex that hosts Atonal, right nearby Tresor. Uwe Schmidt aka AtomTM needs no introduction, I guess, anyway he’s a very eclectic German electronic musician/producer active since the 80s, last time I have seen a performance of his it was a laser show at Transmediale. As it often happens, I am also interested in the smaller names: Vinilette is one of the best dj in town and Strobocop vs. the VSQ djset sounds promising as well. Summer is here and this night of good electronic dance music is a good way to start the weekend. Presented by Digital in Berlin.
3 July 2015, 6PM
ACUD, Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin, Germany
To be honest, I don’t know much about this exhibition and could not find any press release – which is not necessarily a bad sign. Anyway, I love animal photography, the list of artists is interesting and I like ACUD. So let’s go have a look!
5 July 2015, 6PM
Noiseberg #9 – Discombobulatrix + René Margraff + BEEATSZ v2.0
Oppelner Straße 12, 10997 Berlin
Noiseberg #9 features the liveset of our friend Renè Margraff, who just performed at one Occulto Night last Friday! If you were there you probably want more, if you weren’t here’s a second chance. On top of that, the blasting sounds of the Romanian Discombobulatrix and the four channel harsh drum project by BEEATSZ v2.0. If you know how tiny Noiseberg’s room is you may be wondering how the latter will be arranged…I am curious as well.
5 July 2015, 9PM
Abstract film screening #5
SPEKTRUM, Bürknerstr 12, 12047 Berlin
You can make it here after Noiseberg, is not even that far away. I have a thing for non-narrative cinema and the program of this evening is proposing an interesting selection of oldies, ranging from 30s classics by Oskar Fischinger to 70s experimentations by James Whitney. I have been to Spektrum opening so I can tell you that both the screening room and the whole venue look beautiful – they came out of the renovation of an ex-Bäckerei inside a Taut-Haus.