Stay tuned for TRIP 2021!
Samstag, 23. Mai 2020
Montag, 11. Mai 2020
The upcoming show of Klaus Johann Grobe is now on Sept 2nd!
Venue >> Noels Ballroom
Perhaps one can say that freethinker of the disco throw melancholic slogans on the dance floor. Or a synthesizer organ, drums and a bass try to say what many don’t understand. Or poetry before prose. Or dance before music. Or the things of yesterday in the spirit of tomorrow. Or everything’s contrary. Everything is Klaus Johann Grobe. Everything is duo. Everything is modern. And everything is now.
Mittwoch, 6. Mai 2020
Montag, 16. März 2020
Although it's unclear how things concerning our festival will develop we're beyond stoked to announce the first acts, start the presale and welcome our partners Conne Island, Radio BlauByteFM!
Hint: please buy your Tickets at the booking office to save tax in case we have to cancel the fest.
You find all addresses on www.conne-island.de/kvv.html!
Otherwise you can buy your Ticket via
Suicide Squeeze, usa
Phantom Limp, japan/germany
Institut für Zukunft, germany
Dienstag, 10. März 2020
YĪN YĪN to play UT Connewitz!
Date: June 5th
In the summer of 2017, Kees Berkers (Baby Galaxy, YAYAYA) & Yves Lennertz (Bounty Island) started writing and recording songs in a ballet school in a remote village atthe foot of the Plateau of Doenrade near Alpaca Mountain. Being avid record collectors, with both members having a collection spanning almost every musical era and genre, details from many different genres seep through in their music. Using South East Asian music from the 60´s and 70´s as a main inspiration, whilst also bringing their individual musical backgrounds and interests to the table, the recording spree resulted in a remarkable set of songs mixing world music, disco, funk and electronic music. The back-and-forth between the two members during the creative process is symbolized by the name of their debut tape, ´Pingpxng´, which describes how two seemingly opposite
or contrary forces may actually be complementary. The number of songs on the debut, twelve, symbolizes the member‘s drive to discover and create new music, not beingbothered by any boundaries or limitations.
Sonntag, 1. März 2020
We´re welcome the band Jealous on April 23rd at Mörtwerk!
Tickets on sale via the Link below
More info via the Facebook event:
credits: Joe Dilworth
Label: Baby Satan Records
Berlin-based Jealous are known for their loud and fuzzy sound, along with messy and energetic live shows.
The trio; Paz, Adi and Uri have met years ago around Tel Aviv’s underground scene.
In the last few years they have been living in Berlin and been taking an active part of the local music scene.
Each one of them has been involved in several music projects, Paz and Adi are running their own record label “ Baby Satan Records ” and organising often music events in Berlin.
The trio is inspired by 70’s glam-rock and punk, garage, country and post-punk.
Songs from their latest release “What’s Your Damage?” (released in 2019, on Baby Satan Records ) touch on subjects as the inside thoughts of a serial killer, the human flaws and more intimate narratives like how comforting drugs comedowns can be, unrequited love and the weather.
In 2019 Jealous played over 70 shows across Europe, including numerous support shows for bands as Amyl And The Sniffers , Viagra Boys , The Black Lips and Surfbort .
Donnerstag, 30. Januar 2020
Friday 31st of January
If there’s one thing that Dollkraut can’t stand, it’s predictability. For the past decade, frontman Pascal Pinkert has passionately pursued musical unpredictability. From muscular dub-flecked synthesizer workouts, to electro-fired post-punk, body wave and freaky ethnic explorations, Pinkert’s music surprises and thrills at every turn. This unpredictability and fearlessly open-minded approach is naturally also one of the standout features of the Dollkraut Band and Pinkert's solo DJ performances.
Performed by Pinkert alongside a bass-player and a drummer, using a range of non-conventional analogue instruments and unusual, vintage synthesizers, Dollkraut's band shows combine a wall of sound and visuals with the same experimental, lo-fi approach that marks out Pinkert’s recorded output. Think members of Portishead, and Front242 jamming with Neu! and Linear Movement, and you’re close to the Dollkraut live sound.
As for Pinkert’s future plans, you’ll just have to wait and see. If his career so far has taught us anything, he’ll most likely continue confounding expectations.
Elephant Stone Bio 2019 Montreal's Elephant Stone is the Polaris Music Prize-nominated psyche-pop creation of Rishi Dhir (vox, bass, sitar) and long-time collaborators Miles Dupire (drums) and Gab Lambert (guitar). Debuting in 2009, Elephant Stone has released 5 criticallyacclaimed albums and toured extensively throughout North America and Europe and enjoyed significant success on US college/non-comm and Canadian commercial radio. As a highly-regarded sitar player, Dhir has also collaborated with indie rock icons (Beck) and legendary cult bands (The Brian Jonestown Massacre) and is a member of psych "super-group" MIEN (ft. members of The Horrors, The Black Angels). Released in 2009 on Dhir’s Elephants on Parade Records (EOP), The Seven Seas garnered wide-spread acclaim culminating with a Polaris Music Prize long-list nomination that acknowledges the best full-length Canadian album. Produced by Jace Lasek (The Besnard Lakes), the album introduced Elephant Stone’s innovative blend of rock ‘n’ roll, Hindustani classical music, and infectious pop. The 2010 follow up, The Glass Box EP, expanded on the spirited sounds of The Seven Seas. Following its release, the band set out on their first North American tour supporting the Brian Jonestown Massacre. In 2013 Elephant Stone released their third LP, Elephant Stone. The album received critical acclaim from NPR, Brooklyn Vegan, Consequence of Sound, and other prominent media outlets. It also contained Dhir’s finest batch of songs yet:including singles “Heavy Moon” and “Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin,” as well as the ragadrenched meditation, “A Silent Moment.” The band spent the next year touring throughout Europe and North America as a headliner and as support for The Zombies, The Black Angels (among others) and multiple festivals (Levitation Austin and France, Best Kept Secret, and so on). A fourth album – The Three Poisons – followed in 2014. The darkly compelling and inventive album showcased Dhir’s lyrical exploration of Buddhist themes and The Tibetan Book of the Dead. The Three Poisons remix album – ES3PRMX – appeared in 2015 as a digital download. Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Tom Furse of The Horrors, Alex Maas of The Black Angels, Peter Holmström of The Dandy Warhols, and more contributed remixes. In 2016 Elephant Stone released their fifth album, Ship of Fools, on Burger Records/EOP. Produced by Marcus Paquin (Arcade Fire), the album received high marks across the board and spawned two singles that charted on Canadian commercial radio (“Andromeda” and Manipulator”). After taking time to explore new collaborations and sounds MIEN, drone-spiked instrumentals with Acid House Ragas, and remixes for paisley underground legends The Dream Syndicate and french pop-auteurs Tahiti80, Dhir and Elephant Stone are back in 2019 with a new single, “Land Of Dead”. Clocking in at just under 2 minutes, “Land Of Dead” begins with the celestial strumming of a sitar but quickly takes a turnabout into “Paranoid”-era Black Sabbath riffage with Rishi intoning of a “land of fire”. Ending with a child’s lament of “goodbye blue skies, so long clean air...Do you even care?” Land Of Dead is a dystopian telling of a world undone by our own doing.
Flying Moon in Space
These guys know how to sonicize a room with music. Several guitars, bass, vocals and a cool drummer make flying moon in space what they are; a group of musicians who improvise their songs uniquely.