Sunday, 11 September 2011

Preview: the week ahead (12th - 18th Sep)

The weather for the coming week is looking very temperamental. But we are tired from Berlin Music Week anyway and are grateful for some mellow hang out time. However, looking at the calendar, there are a couple of nice gigs going to happen this week, if you are into experimental music that is.

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Paul Clipson and Bill Kouligas at West Germany: Jefre Cantu-Ledesma is going to send you into daydreamland with experimental electronic ambient soundscapes, while Paul Clipson is going to project Super 8 film. This will appeal to those of you who like to hang out at Madame Claude on Mondays, among others.

Marzipan Marzipan and Dorothea Münsch at Madame Claude: Pop music with a twist and an accent. Very sweet but also grown-up. I think this will appeal to you if you like Stereo Total for example. But I am not sure Marzipan Marzipan would appreciate this comparison, if you know what I mean.

Einstürzende Neubauten, Wire and Caspar Brötzmann Massaker at Trafo: For free. Yes. If you registered, which these craze folks have. And you would have known about it if you would have followed our facebook group. Not to worry, we'll report to you dutifully.
Chris Clavin at Bei Roy: What do you do when your band just doesn't tour enough to meet your desire for travel and play? You just go out on your own and travel and play. Well, I don't know whether this is Chris Clavin's motivation for his solo tour but given he will play some of the songs of his band project, Ghost Mice, too, it could well be. Anyway, this could be good fun.

Le Corps Mince de Françoise, MIT and Fuck Art, let's dance! at Magnet Club: Finnish girl pop rock. Not amazing, not offensive and definitely dancable. This will get you in the mood for your weekend.

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