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Suicide Friday – Grunge / 90s Rock / Alternative mit Nape, Mencouch, Pandora’s Bliss

Scheiß auf 2000, fick den ganzen Elektroschiss und die 80er gleich mit, schmeiß dein Handy weg, es ist Suicide Friday!

Livebands:
Die Berliner Alternative Grunger von Nape werden mit ihrem 90er Grunge-Noise-Sound und Liveshow zum Abgehen einladen.
Ebenfalls ein Kracher und für eine wahnsinns Live Show bekannt sindMencouch mit ihrem 90s-Crossover-NuMetal, der an Größen wie Rage, Slipknot und Silverchair erinnern mag, wird gesprungen und genickt was der Nacken hergibt!
Und dann haben wir ganz frisch dazu bekommen Pandora’s Bliss. Diese Grunge Göttinnen (+ einen Drum-Tier) werden euch so dermaßen den Arsch rocken! Ein absolutes Glück diese Band in diesem Rahmen sehen zu können, nicht verpassen!!!

Aftershow:
DJ Pearl Jeans und DJ Masche (Star FM) werden zur Aftershow die verstaubten 90er MixTapes mit Rock, Grunge, und Noise auf das Parkett werfen.

Nape (Grunge-Noise-Alternative)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=RRx4by2NfzY

Mencouch (NuMetal-Crossover)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG9OadNTWJY



LOW BROS: CON.TXT

The Hamburg-based duo LOW BROS (formerly based in Berlin) is no stranger to Urban Spree, having painted the Wall two times and having been regular guests here.

However, “CON.TEXT” is their first solo show with the Gallery. The starting point of the exhibition is to study the white privilege situation enjoyed in the US (and elsewhere) and – again – highlighted by the death of George Floyd, which triggered a worldwide massive awareness and protests.

« With the #BlackLivesMatters movement sweeping the global community, it is now, more than ever, that white people need to acknowledge their responsibility to dismantle oppressive, racist systems. Influenced by the book ‘Exit Racism’ by Tupoka Ogette & Robin DiAngelo’s ‘White Fragility,’ Low Bros have partnered with IDB (Institut für diskriminierungsfreie Bildung), Josephine Apraku and Jule Bönkost for this exhibition. As an educational starting point, this exhibition aims to amplify and continue the conversation surrounding white privilege and asks questions of how it can be better utilized in institutions, as well as private & public spaces...

While the search for answers is ongoing, the artworks aim is to highlight the problems of unchecked whiteness, especially when it is being recognized as a default perspective in society. By debunking the concept of privileges and problems, the context of this exhibition aims to engage whiteness as an ally to the BIPOC community ».  Anna Ptasinska

About the artists:

Low Bros are a German post-graffiti artist duo made up of brothers Christoph (b.1984) and Florin Schmidt (b.1982). With a background in street culture and an interest in contemporary developments, they explore a self coined ‘Retro-Futuristic’ vibe. From their collective memory of the 80s and 90s, the Low Bros create a vantage point from which to reimagine the present future; a perception which refocuses the conflicts they embody in the modern age. The Low Bros live and work in Hamburg, Germany.

www.lowbros.de

www.diskriminierungsfreie-bildung.de

Instagram:

@low_bros

@urban_spree

@idb.berlin

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99 – 10245 Berlin

7.08.2020 – 06.08.2020

Opening Hours:

Wednesday – Friday: 14:00-19:00

Saturday – Sunday: 12:00-19:00



LOW BROS: CON.TXT

The Hamburg-based duo LOW BROS (formerly based in Berlin) is no stranger to Urban Spree, having painted the Wall two times and having been regular guests here.

 

However, “CON.TXT” is their first solo show with the Gallery. The starting point of the exhibition is to study the white privilege situation enjoyed in the US (and elsewhere) and – again – highlighted by the death of George Floyd, which triggered a worldwide massive awareness and protests.

“CON.TXT” opens on Friday, August 7th, 2020 at 18:30 in presence of the artists.

 

« With the #BlackLivesMatters movement sweeping the global community, it is now, more than ever, that white people need to acknowledge their responsibility to dismantle oppressive, racist systems. Influenced by the book ‘Exit Racism’ by Tupoka Ogette & Robin DiAngelo’s ‘White Fragility,’ Low Bros have partnered with IDB (Institut für diskriminierungsfreie Bildung), Josephine Apraku and Jule Bönkost for this exhibition. As an educational starting point, this exhibition aims to amplify and continue the conversation surrounding white privilege and asks questions of how it can be better utilized in institutions, as well as private & public spaces. While the search for answers is ongoing, the artworks aim is to highlight the problems of unchecked whiteness, especially when it is being recognized as a default perspective in society. By debunking the concept of privileges and problems, the context of this exhibition aims to engage whiteness as an ally to the BIPOC community. Join the conversation to learn, unlearn and relearn about this topic at Urban Spree, Berlin, on 07.08.2020 ».  Anna Ptasinska

 

About the artists:

Low Bros are a German post-graffiti artist duo made up of brothers Christoph (b.1984) and Florin Schmidt (b.1982). With a background in street culture and an interest in contemporary developments, they explore a self coined ‘Retro-Futuristic’ vibe. From their collective memory of the 80s and 90s, the Low Bros create a vantage point from which to reimagine the present future; a perception which refocuses the conflicts they embody in the modern age. The Low Bros live and work in Hamburg, Germany.

www.lowbros.de

www.diskriminierungsfreie-bildung.de

Instagram:

@low_bros

@urban_spree

@idb.berlin

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Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99 – 10245 Berlin
7.08.2020 – 06.08.2020
Opening Hours:
Wednesday – Friday: 14:00-19:00
Saturday – Sunday: 12:00-19:00


Teorema • Berlin 2020

Tickets > http://bit.ly/2Ri5ZSW

From amniotic fluids to saliva, blood, oceans, and rain, liquids bring both life and death: they are essential to human life but also hold the power of submerging, swamping, and drowning. Liquids have a definite volume but no fixed shape; they pass around borders and flow with extraordinary lightness and mobility.

In the 1990s, sociologist Zygmunt Bauman coined the expression “liquid modernity” to define postmodern societies’ shift towards liberalization and individualism. In his terms, constant change and unstable socio-political structures created a chaotic, fluid fragmented world in which individuals flow from one position to another.

Today, ‘liquidity’ seems to be more than ever an integral part of human existence. Societies are increasingly ruled by temporariness and fragility, constantly urging us to change and adapt to mundane precarity, while underwater cables power our Internet cloud and global warming melts glaciers and floods our cities.

Taking stock of these conditions, Teorema’s 2020 edition invites participants and visitors to explore ideas of liquidity and fluidity as openly and creatively as possible.

Let’s get together to imagine bridges over our liquified present.

>> Yaporigami (live)
http://bit.ly/2SbUqfb

>> Diesein (live)
http://bit.ly/2SkWAZL

>> Liza Aikin (live)
http://bit.ly/2GOyTDM

>> Izzy Bolt (live)
http://bit.ly/36U1kuX

>> Makadam (live)
http://bit.ly/2OmEbeb

>> Desert Drone (live)
http://bit.ly/36Td3JZ

>> Cosaquitos en Globo (live)
http://bit.ly/36SytqE

>> Balfa (live)
http://bit.ly/2SiWlOS

>> Barking (live)
http://bit.ly/37Q9DsO

>> John-Robin Bold (live)
http://bit.ly/2RT086z

>> Nemrac (live)
http://bit.ly/36UaZ4k

>> Bungalovv
http://bit.ly/2Spn7GI

>> Lyric Tit (live)

>> Annechoic
http://bit.ly/37jYTlD

>> Space Exile
http://bit.ly/31kdImy

>> RMN
http://bit.ly/39rjx4I

>> Squaric
http://bit.ly/2oKrFvg

>> Defasten
http://bit.ly/37UAtQD

>> Efrén
http://bit.ly/2SHpgfJ

>> Předzemšar
http://bit.ly/2GQCQYJ

>> Sscchhnn
http://bit.ly/37QbxJY

Concept by Monica Montanari and Audrey Kadjar

Tickets > http://bit.ly/2Ri5ZSW

Find us on…
> https://bit.ly/2BhTuRj
> https://www.instagram.com/teorema.fde
> https://soundcloud.com/teorema-1

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Rojava Solidarity benefit party

We are hosting a Benefit Solidarity Party in order to raise funds for Rojava

Friday 20th December at Urban Spree

Program

TECHNO FLOOR
– Thomas Schall
– La maquina corrupta

PUNK/ WAVE/ 80s 90s TRASH FLOOR
– Hannihilation Time
– Tombola
– Kaos Karaoke

SAVE THE DATE

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Wives (& Highest Sea) • Berlin

WIVES
21.11.2019 Berlin – Urban Spree
Doors: 20:00 Uhr, Start: 21:00 Uhr
Tickets: www.greyzone-tickets.de/produkte/386

A new pearl has formed from the haze of the New York DIY scene: Wives.
The band around Jay Beach (guitar, vocals), Andrew Bailey (guitar), Alex Crawford (bass) and Adam Sachs (drums) released their first song “Waving Past Nirvana” in March 2019,
But behind “Waving Past Nirvana” there is no story about the legacy of Cobain, according to Jay Beach it’s about something completely different:

“Waving Past Nirvana” is a literal interpretation of the bodhisattva-one who has achieved the release, the awakened eye, and yet wants to trade it back for the painful life of desire because she/he/they predominantly feels compassion. This “entering back into the world” to fight a fool’s battle is the essence of “Waving Past Nirvana”, and the video depicts one young woman’s journey along these lines.
Musically the Slackers catapult us back into the golden 90s. The implied noise of Sonic Youth meets the nervous hooks of the Pixies and merges with the wonderfully necessary vocals à la J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr). If you are not completely averse to the reference bands mentioned above, you should definitely remember this formation.

The quartet is currently working on their first album “So Removed”, which will be released on 28 June via City Slang. But before that they will play some shows – including a concert in Germany. Let’s hope for seconds, after the release.
(Neolyd)

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