[resource-net] 02.06: Wolf Eyes, Bill Kouligas / Upcoming: Mark Fell, Rashad Becker, Giuseppe Ielasi

Manuela Benetton manuela.benetton at gmail.com
Tue May 27 12:44:40 CEST 2014

Dear all,
here's an invitation to two upcoming shows I am organizing.
I hope to see you some of you there.
All the best

*Monday, 02.06.2014 -- Doors 21h00 Concerts 22h00*

Urban Spree
Revalerstr. 99

*WOLF EYES liveBILL KOULIGAS Dj Set* (outdoor garden terrace)

The infamous blistering noise of Wolf Eyes propelled them from being a dank
Ann Arbour, Michigan basement sensation to the finest ranks of Sub Pop
without ever losing a shred of credibility. Wolf Eyes have crossed borders
into popularity which few other such confrontational units of their ilk
have been able to, and kept straight and narrow on their blazing path. Fans
of industrial, experimental electronic and even metal or hardcore will find
several touchstones in the band's post-modern take on what even qualifies
as music. Their dark and haunted screams will turn any venue into an echo
chamber of archaic rituals. The overwhelming force of Wolf Eyes will leave
you with an incomparable experience that must be seen to be believed.
Today Wolf Eyes are Nate Young, John Olson, and newest member Jim Baljo.

Bill Kouligas is a musician, designer and dj operating between NYC and
Berlin. He is founder of the record label PAN, which recalibrates
perceptions of the avant-garde and electronic dance music. Bill’s
insistence on following his own path and passion has won acclaim from
thinkers, collectors, and dancers alike, and puts his vision at the
forefront of the electronic vanguard.


*Monday 23.06.2014 -- Doors 20h00 Concerts 21h00*

Kantine am Berghain
Am Wriezener Bahnhof


Kindly supported by Initiative Neue Musik e.V.

Mark Fell is an electronic musician based in the UK, and one half of the
experimental music duo SND. His work is created from variations on
algorithmic and pattern-generating systems, producing non-repetitive
structures that are equally influenced by house and techno music of the
late 80s and early 90s. Fell received an honorary mention in the digital
music category at Prix ARS Electronica, and was shortlisted for the Quartz
award for his contributions to research in digital music.

Sound artist, mastering engineer, owner of Senufo Editions. His music is a
complex equation -incredible feel for texture, intriguing use of space and
rhythmical grids - in what can often be a dryly academic and foreboding
field. Whilst still stringently minimal, curiously abstract, there's a
sensuality and humanity in his work which entirely appeals to our

Blessed with a heightened sensitivity to frequency and a love of bass and
subbass, mastering engineer, sound artist and composer Rashad Becker makes
traditional music of notional species, which can be heard as a deliberate
and hyper-conscious bypassing of staid conventions in melody, harmony and
meter, albeit from the periphery of human experience.
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