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Bande á Part
- Tanzbare Veranstaltung für Außenseiter-
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Giada Palmisano (Dance)
Alma Consoli (visuals)
Piero Schiavone (music)
There is a connection between space and time; it gathers the various aspects of existence that are in constant evolution. This connection opens a portal between two totalities bringing back a dynamic balance. This concept is well represented with the Infinity symbol. One side representing time or mind and the other side representing space or soul etc. The “X” that forms in the middle of the infinity sign has a correlation to emptiness, but is also where rhythm originates. Rhythm is fed by energy and therefore without rhythm there wouldn’t be life.
Djane-Team Askalise & MissVergnügen
- natürlich auf der Couch
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Foto: Jakub Koncir
Lotis Tyr - Live
„Lotis Tyr ́s dusky electro is like the soundtrack for a dream: full of mystery and uncertainty, haunted by dark desires and faded memories.“
Born to a Greek father and a German mother who travelled the continents, Lotis grew up absorbing sounds from all corners of the world. Having spent her youth listening to guitarheavy music and singing in the school choir, she decided to settle down in the midst of the buzzling, ever- changing Berlin of the early millennium, enhancing her musical horizon with the city ́s electronic repertoire. Lotis obtained a Master of Arts degree in Film and Literature, then got a glimpse of movie making working on international film sets and eventually writing her first script.
Deeply influenced by the silver screen both theoretically and practically, Lotis started capturing her musical ideas on her computer. In 2011 her first band, the electro-pop formation “Mont Royal“, was founded. When the duo decided to go separate ways in 2014, “Lotis Tyr“ was born: an all-digital solo project melding musical and cinematic elements into hallucinatory soundscapes with vibrant beats and distinctive vocals.
Given the multitude of influences that run through her biography, it comes as no surprise that Lotis Tyr identifies with all things hybrid:
“I don ́t seem to relate to one-dimensional perspectives. I always feel in between, caught in the middle of the established dualities. Northern and southern, strong and fragile, male and female, old and new – I carry all of them within me and that ́s what I try to express through my music: the simultaneity of the allegedly disparate.“
Lotis Tyr ́s debut EP “Intro“ was released in 2017 and followed by the single (+video) „Somebody Else´s Eyes (Blinded Version 2018)“.
Her second EP will be released later this year.
V E R L O R E N
epileptic post punk waves
A selection of lost sounds from the 80´s, present and future. Rarities, B sides, forgotten names and all the flohmarkt glory you secretly listen to.
Come with us, dance with us, get lost with us.
A U T O S O F I A C I E N T E // DIS/TANZ / VERLOREN
J U L I E N K A F A R D // VERLOREN
A U R E L I A D I N A M I T A // TRASHME/ DIS/TANZ / VERLOREN
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Baud is a DJ and musician who is much inspired by the electronic music scene--but not only this! In her sets, she mixes a large range of different rhythms in order to create a multi-colored atmosphere that evokes varied feelings.
From playing harder edge Techno with remixes of favorite songs to experimental and creepy tracks and beats, she collects daily and produces, she aims to cross barriers of redundancy and find her own unique way of expression. Along with co-organizing music festivals such as Fusion while following the music scene in Berlin, her home base since 2015 has been at the Eschschloraque Rümpschrümp, one of the greatest artistic platforms of Berlin since early 90'. It’s here that she learned how to DJ and raise her music knowledge to a higher level. As she doesn't see a barrier between music and social engagement, she often plays and co-organizes antiracist and queer events. It's for a queer night, when she had to associate a genre to her name, where she invented the term "Electrofluid", which she kept as the perfect description of the music she's playing. She gave the same name to the club nights she monthly organizes in the pisan club "Caracol", where she invites djs from all over the world.