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Experimontag with Tatsumi Ryusui and Gun Solo ! by DuChamp
October 21, 2012, 12:18 pm
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Mo 22-10-12 at Madame Claude, Lübberner Str. Xberg

GUN_SOLO (Noise/IT)
Giuseppe Capriglione Class 1985 Lives in Nola (Naples), plays the guitar since 2004 in various punk-hardcore band. In 2010 began playing with Egidio Rivoli (EjZ) with Duo Gunzard. Many dates in assets, various collaborations and solo split. The set includes the use of an old turntable 70, springs, saws, and other objects, a  projector 8mm He has played with: Yann keller , Olivier di Placido, Fecalove, A spirale, Endorgan, Fune, Suburban Howl , Massimo Croce, Ialia belorucov, Marziano, Hysm?, Emme! Grumor, ! 1984, Grausam Frühjahr, Bologna Violenta, Psychofagit, Ecoute La merda, Faal, RaectionPawertrio ,Otto von Rhinau et Karl Ferdinand, le petit bergois, Fukte ,Molestia Auricularum , Tor Navjord

http://lucertolaconlapistola.blogspot.com/
http://gunzard.bandcamp.com/
www.myspace.com/gunzard

TATSUMI RYUSUI (Experimental Noise/JP)
Electric guitar, pedals, toys…Ryusui Tatsumi developes sonic transition of everyday sounds with a touch of noise-ambience treated by Tatsumi.
http://soundcloud.com/tatsumi-ryusui

NEKROBOT (DJ-Set/Experimental, industrial, minimal synth/GR)
http://www.facebook.com/nekro.bot



Wed 17 Oct @ Knockenbox SUN WORSHIP + FAUSTO MAIJSTRAL by DuChamp

Wed Oct 17, @ Knockenbox Boxhagener str. F´hain Blitzgigs presents:

SUN WORSHIP (best metal ever existed, DE) + FAUSTO MAIJSTRAL (drone, NZ/IT)

Sun Worship channels almost distant howls from the void since early 2010, thriving in and from the netherworld between nothing and everything. Nihilism as an irrational and desperate urge to exist and create, the celebration of contradictions in general and particular, post fucking black fucking metal, et al. Played with a bunch of different bands the last few months.

http://sunworship.bandcamp.com/

Fausto Maijstral is the duo of DuChamp (IT) and Will Gresson (NZ). Together they perform dense, long musique concrete/drone pieces that explore memories and lived experience through heavily processed instruments and field recordings.  They performed with Concern (US), Family Battle Snake (GR), Steindor Kristinsson (IS), Preslav Literary School (UK), Iku Sakan (JP), Bemydelay (IT) and Rella the Woodcutter (IT), Drekka and Canid (US), Krapoola (ES), Nadja (CA). They have performed several time in Berlin and recently in Istanbul.

http://fausto-maijstral.bandcamp.com/

Also broadcasted, from 23 pm here: http://wirelessfm.net/



Valerio Tricoli, Stephane Mathieu and Jason Lescaleet live at Ausland by DuChamp

Valerio Tricoli, Stephane Mathieu and Jason Lescaleet

Thu 11 Oct, 21.30 sharp @ Ausland Berlin Lychener Str. 60 Pberg

Stephan Mathieu is a self taught composer and performer, working in the field of electroacoustics and abstract digitalia. His sound is largely based on early instruments, environmental sound and obsolete media, which are recorded and transformed by means of experimental microphony, re-editing techniques and software processes involving spectral analysis and convolution; it has been compared to the landscape paintings of Caspar David Friedrich, the work of Colorfield artists Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman and Ellsworth Kelly. He currently collaborates with Sylvain Chauveau, Robert Hampson / Main, Taylor Deupree, Caro Mikalef, van Wissem and David Sylvian.

Jason Lescaleet‘s sound world occupies a space between noise, contemporary composition, and minimal electronics. Using decidedly primitive tactics and equipment (e.g. antiquated reel-to-reel recorders, damaged tape, etc.), his work focuses on extreme frequencies and microscopic audio detail. Jason Lescalleet is an exciting tape-music artist. He’s been a member of Due Process, performed and recorded with Keith Rowe,Joe Corley,Jason Kahn, Hudak, Bhob Rainey and Greg Kelley, and most recently
Graham Lambkin in their Breadwinner project. Lescalleet lives and works in the state of Maine. He has released music on significant labels such as PAN, Erstwhile Records, KYE, Intransitive Recordings and RRR. 

Valerio Tricoli is a Berlin-based composer, improviser, sound installation artist, producer, sound engineer and curator bridging musique concrète and conceptual forms of sound with a radical interest in how reality, virtuality and memory relate to each other during the acoustic event. He mostly uses analogue electronic devices (reel-to-reel tape recorders, synthesizers, microphones, light effects, ultrasonic speakers). The structure of the setup is
ever-changing however, seeking multiple relations between the performers, the device and the space in which the event takes place.



Fausto Maijstral and Krapoola live eXperimontag 13.02.12 by DuChamp

Mo. 13/02/12 @ Madame Claude, Lübbener Str. XBerg eXperiMontag

FAUSTO MAIJSTRAL (Musique Concrete, Drone/NZ,IT)
Fausto Maijstral is the duo of DuChamp (IT) and Will Gresson (NZ). Together they perform dense, musique concrete/drone pieces that explore memory and lived experience through heavily processed instruments and field recordings.  They performed with Concern (US), Family Battle Snake (GR), Steindor Kristinsson (IS), Iku Sakan (JP), Bemydelay (IT) and Rella the Woodcutter (IT), and opened the 2011 edition of Occultofest in Ausland, Berlin.

http://fausto-maijstral.bandcamp.com/

 

both pictures courtesy of Tanya Mar http://www.tanyamar.de/

KRAPOOLA (Impro, Sound Exploration/ES)
Krapoola is a tamer who explores the ways that materials interact when the entropicio happens. Noise is a part of this, not a reality by itself. Along this learning path a memory has formed itself and oblivion has appeared. The mutation has just begun. Regression? For his performances Krapoola’s self-built devices are the usual. They mostly proceed from detritus and go towards the secret. One of his tricks is to spin three records at the same time – one at normal speed, another one twice as fast or slow and one gets played backwards.
http://myspace.com/indhecenter

dj set DAVIDLY (Implied Music and Ambient/US, DE)



14 January – SAVE THE DATE – Occulto Issue √-1 Release Event @General Public, Berlin by nanabianca

Dear Berliners, the time has come: 300 kilograms of glossy paper finally arrived to Germany and are ready to meet you.

It will happen in General Public, on 14th January, from 6pm on, and it will feature interventions, installations and performances of some of our beloved contributors (and of some other talented friends too).

6 pm – 10pm
THIRD PILL EPISODE 3: THE ULTIMATE PLAYLIST
The Apocalypse is round corner, and we do want to be prepared. Occulto Magazine asked some brilliant composers, musicians and other music professionals to recommend old and new tracks that can help us on the way.
Occulto Magazine and friends/collaborators will also curate video and paper installations that will be on display all night long.

10.30pm
DU CHAMP – liveset
http://duchampdrone.tumblr.com/
TATSEMME (Tatsumi Ryusui + EMME) – liveset
http://www.myspace.com/tatsumiryusui

Wir freuen uns auf euch ❤

Occulto: the dubious magazine bringing together science, humanities and the visual arts. WE NEED MORE DISCIPLINES IN HERE.

Sirio_B



Konzert! Fausto Maijstral (IT/NZ/Ber) + Ugly Potato a.k.a Tatsumi Ryusui (JP/Ber) + Izanami’s Labour Pains (DE) @Loophole by DuChamp

La gioiosa macchina da guerra proudely presents:

THU Dec 15th, at Loophole, Boddinstrasse 60, Neükolln (at 21.30)

Fausto Maijstral (NZ/IT) Electroacustics, drone, post something, saddness…

http://fausto-maijstral.bandcamp.com/album/demos-2010-2011

Izanami’s Labour Pains (DE) Noise…

http://chindogu-products.blogspot.com/

Ugly Potato a.k.a Tatsumi Ryusui (JPN/BE) Noise, ambient, drone…

http://soundcloud.com/tatsumi-ryusui



Upcoming gigs, in the land of milk and honey, part 1, Japanese Connections. by DuChamp
October 14, 2011, 9:01 am
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Sorry for the delay. This long, aching tape delay. Some upcoming gigs!

[#] Japanese connections:

Tonight, fri Oct 14th @ Loophole (Boddinstrasse 60 Neukölln)

ASTRO is the solo project of legendary Japanese noise artist Hiroshi Hasegawa, also highly revered as a member of the seminal noise band C.C.C.C (along with Fumio Kosakai of Incapacitants, amongst others). Hasegawa is rightly regarded as a major player in the noise world, appearing on over 50 releases in various guises, famously touring the US with Hair Stylistics and Jazkamer, collaborating with Damion Romero, Masonna, Richard Ramirez and many others.
He also appeared at 2006’s No Fun Fest in New York as half of Astromero, his duo with Romero. And his spot in the eternal noise firmament was secured with No Fun’s C.C.C.C. box set Early Works.

Opening act:  KAKAWAKA  and ARNO BRUIL 

DJ set IKU SAKAN    Donation: 6-10€.

Sun Oct 16th @ Smartdeli (Chaussestrasse 5, Mitte)

LAZY CRAZY PUDDING – Japanese pop live

we wanna be simply happy with pop songs ! feel free to stop by like having a cup of tea after sunday walk, if you need relaxin’, uncomplicated but good music before the winter comes.

15:00 Open
16:00 Tatsumi + Anemone ( J-noise pop )
17:00 Futaba Nakayama ( J-Folk pop )
18:00 DJ Anemone ( J-pop & Rock )

tatsumi ryusui    ・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*

Electric guitar, pedals, toys…Sonic transition of everyday sounds with a touch of noise-ambience treated by Tatsumi.
this time he will show his another side with special singer.
delicately manipulated flagile vocal soaked in a heavy syrup of guitar noise..
http://soundcloud.com/tatsumi-ryusui
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHHoKhHJSf4

futaba nakayama ・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*

*The singer and songwriter Nakayama Futaba was born in Osaka in 1981. During
her studies at the Osaka University of Arts she started playing the “Guitalele“ in a band and is touring since. Nakayama played live in Toronto, Frankfurt, Leipzig and Berlin. Her song “Hanatori“ is the theme song and soundtrack of the Japanese independent film “Kokoro no oto” (2011) by Senichi Tamura. Nakayama released two albums so far: Her first album, “Tomodachi Wa Inu Dake” (My only Friend is a Dog) was released by Alchemy Records in 2006; her 2nd album, “Tsuduku”(continue) by P-VINE RECORDS in 2009.*
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGv1gsNtOSY <http://www.myspace.com/futabanakayama>

admission fee : 3euro
ticket + japanese pudding or panda onigiri : 5euro

Mon Oct17th @ NK, Elsenstrasse 52, Treptow

ACID MOTHER TEMPLE & THE MELTING Paraiso U.F.O.

Collective led by Kawabata Makoto. There are currently around 30 members, famous and unknown, musicians, artist, dancers, farmers etc. In order to follow and document their multifarious activities, in 1998 the Acid Mothers Temple family record label was set up. The Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. group is just one part of collective’s activities. Over a decade ago Kawabata became involved with a commune of Japanese beatniks and hippies, but the whole left-wing ethos didn’t really sit right with him. The members of Acid Mothers Temple have several houses all over Japan, and each of us is free to come and go between these houses. So we’re not a commune in the sense that all of us live together in the same place. There are some members who like to travel, others who stay at home. Everyone is free to live in whatever way they like. Our slogan is “Do Whatever You Want, Don’t Do Whatever You Don’t Want!!”. As a result of this philosophy, we have lost money and the trust of society as a whole, but we’ve gained time and freedom. When all the Aum Shinrikyo stuff was going on in Japan in 1995, there were quite a few of our members staying at AMT’s house. [NB Aum Shinrikyo, or Aum Supreme Truth, were the religious cult who carried out the poison gas attack on the Tokyo underground in 1995 that left 12 dead and over 1000 injured]. The neighbours mistakenly thought that our house was a secret Aum hideout and managed to get them evicted. Also, mountain villages are always suspicious of outsiders, and sometimes they are ostracised by the community. These kinds of problems pop up from time to time, but there’s not much we can do about it. One of our members is a farmer, living together with his fields and rice paddies. There’s another member who has travelled through the Australian deserts and lived with Aborigines. There’s others who are bumming round India. One went to Africa and never came back. One dropped out of a yakuza gang and decided to travel around Japan searching for mermaids. But we all live according to our slogan, and we all eventually return to the fold. They respect each others’ ways of life, and we try not to tie each other down. The “soul collective” only exists so that we can protect our freedom.

 

 

 

 




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