EXHIBITION, CONCERT, READING, STREET ACTIVITY, PARTY, PERFORMANCE, THEATRE PIECE, LECTURE, SCREENING, ETC.
JOB, WORKSHOP, INTERNSHIP, COLLABORATION PROJECTS, JOINING A BAND, RESIDENCY, WANTED PROFESSIONAL, ETC.
ARTWORK, PIECE OF MUSIC, VIDEO, PIECE OF POETRY, ILLUSTRATION, SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHS, CORPORATE DESIGN, ETC.
U.S. STEEL CELLO ENSEMBLE
Berlin-based Putojefe Records proudly presents the reunion show of the original line-up of U.S. STEEL CELLO ENSEMBLE, the all-steel group established by Robert “Bob” Rutman in Boston in 1976: comprised by Rutman himself and long-lasting member Daniel Orlansky, who is joining him from the United States for this one-night-only performance after a 10-year hiatus.
The ENSEMBLE consists of Steel Cello and Bow Chime, the spectacular instruments designed and built by Bob Rutman, which are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The show celebrates the 30th anniversary and recent vinyl reissue of their masterpiece "Noise In The Library" on PUTOJEFE.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to witness a concert of the absolute original masters of avant-garde steel instrumentation.
Margo Sanda is the avant-garde pop project of up-and-coming Italian multimedia artist Margherita Capuccini Belloni.
Her music is a lavish blend of delicate songs with intricate harmonic structures and direct, emotionally driven synth pop tracks with introspective lyrics in English and Italian.
Miss Sanda’s handcrafted approach to electronic composition has drawn comparisons to the likes of St. Vincent, Ramona Lisa and Angel Olsen.
After the release of her first-ever EP "Delay", Margo Sanda is working on the songs for a new record, which she is going to perform in one of her riveting live sets of synths, guitar and samples.
Lithium is the co-founder and curator of Ancestral Remoto, an event started in 2013 with the main focus of exploring the crossroads of ambient, ethnic and experimental music.
In her DJ sets, she investigates the possible meanings of "remote future", trying to understand to which extent we can still find traces of the faraway world of the ancestors in our present, and if there really is something primordial and atavistic inside of us.
at Köepenicker Str. 96
Friday 5 April 2019 at 19:00h
at Auguststrasse 68
Wednesday 10 April 2019 at 12:00h
at Stauffenbergstr. 1
Tuesday 9 April 2019 at 19:00h