Geräusche #6 w/ MimiCof + Kaliber16, Lucid Grain, Tatsumi Ryusui + Saiko Ryusui

When:
November 12, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

Doors: 19:00h
Start time: 19:30h
Entrance: 6 Euros
Filmrauschpalast Moabit
Lehrter Str. 35, 10557 Berlin

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Cinema as an audiovisual experience – Music for Cinemas (based on Brian Enos famous ambient work) transforms the canvas into a visual background for spacious sound explorations. Monthly, we’ll present three artists who are going to perform live featuring their own visual accompaniment.

Unfortunately, the Filmrauschpalast is not barrier-free. Please contact us if you need any assistance via musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

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Das Kino als Ort für Klänge – In der Reihe Music for Cinemas (frei nach Brian Eno) tritt die Leinwand in den Hintergrund und macht Platz für raumfüllende Sound-Explorationen. Präsentiert werden monatlich je drei Künstler*innen, die ihre Live-Performance eigens für den Filmrausch mit Visualisierungen auf der Leinwand umsetzen.

Leider ist der Kinosaal nicht barrierefrei zu erreichen. Bitte kontaktiere uns, wenn du Unterstützung bei der Anreise benötigst, unter musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

MimiCof + Kaliber16

MimiCof is the solo project of Midori Hirano, in which she explores the realm of experimental composition sound and detailed rhythmic patterns, combined with an idea of drawing melodic shapes and harmonies. MimiCof has released two albums on PROGRESSIVE FOrM and an EP on her own, and performed at various festivals and events such as Club Transmediale, Heroines of Sound Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Boiler Room Berlin and L.E.V.Festival.

She also did remixes for Christopher Willits, Kid606, Liars, Sonae and many other artists. The third MimiCof album “Moon Synch” has been released on Alien Transistor label and is based on the recordings she has done with the Buchla analogue modular synthesizer during her residency at EMS Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm. She joined the first series of the compilation “SICHTEN.1” which was curated by Frank Bretschneider, and has been released on raster in 2018.

She will play an audio/visual show with Kaliber16 who translates the audio signal into abstract video.

Lucid Grain

Lucid Grain are Martha Bahr (also known as Panic Girl) and Anatol Locker from Munich. In their Modular Synth meditations they mix Electronic Ambient with experimental structures and sounds.
Lucid Grain released their debut album Rise & Fall via Modularfield.

Tatsumi Ryusui + Saiko Ryusui

Tatsumi Ryusui (Drone/Ambient Guitar) is a Japanese-born, Berlin based experimental/noise/ambient sound artist. He processes several proper, accidental or self-build instruments to generate delicate, yet powerful and astonishing ambient textures that connect drone with the cathartic side of noise.
For Music for Cinemas Tatsumi Ryusui collaborates with Saiko Ryusui for an audio-visual set.

Saiko Ryusui (Visuals): After finishing her studies in fine art and sculpture at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee Saiko Ryusui began to work in the area of music. She plays drums in the Berlin Band Brabrabra and is involved in many other musical projects. Sometimes she is projecting self-cut, abstract videos, which work with material collected in the everyday world.

Gefördert durch die Musicboard Berlin GmbH.
Funded by Musicboard Berlin GmbH.

Music for Gardens #2

When:
August 10, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

Music for Cinemas moves to the Filmrausch backyard once again. As we had a good time before, nothing changes! There’ll be live music, drinks and BBQ. (You can also bring your own stuff!) Hang out with us!

We will have some modular live sets by artists and friends. Some of them already played Music for Cinemas, some of them not.

We will have the BBQ fixed and serve some drinks and will have a good time!

Line-up

14:00 Beginn

15:00 M. Callaghan

15:30 Acryl X Audhentik

16:00 GeeZes
https://soundcloud.com/geezes
16:45 10cars
https://soundcloud.com/10cars
17:30 Duchamp
https://soundcloud.com/duchamp-1
18:15 Numpad
https://soundcloud.com/numpad_live
19:00 aporia::atopia
https://soundcloud.com/aporia_atopia

Info

10.08.19
14.00 to 20.00 h
FREE ENTRANCE
Filmrauschpalast Moabit behind the open air cinema in the garden.

 

Geräusche #5 /w Ekin Fil, Emme + DuperHere, The Karmic Laws

When:
October 18, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit


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Cinema as an audiovisual experience – Music for Cinemas (based on Brian Enos famous ambient work) transforms the canvas into a visual background for spacious sound explorations. Monthly, we’ll present three artists who are going to perform live featuring their own visual accompaniment.

Unfortunately, the Filmrauschpalast is not barrier-free. Please contact us if you need any assistance via musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

de
Das Kino als Ort für Klänge – In der Reihe Music for Cinemas (frei nach Brian Eno) tritt die Leinwand in den Hintergrund und macht Platz für raumfüllende Sound-Explorationen. Präsentiert werden monatlich je drei Künstler*innen, die ihre Live-Performance eigens für den Filmrausch mit Visualisierungen auf der Leinwand umsetzen.

Leider ist der Kinosaal nicht barrierefrei zu erreichen. Bitte kontaktiere uns, wenn du Unterstützung bei der Anreise benötigst, unter musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

Doors: 19:30h
Start time: 20:00h
Entrance: 6-10 Euros
Filmrauschpalast Moabit
Lehrter Str. 35, 10557 Berlin

Ekin Fil

Ekin Üzeltüzenci has started her music career with playing keyboards and singing in bands. She has been releasing albums on LP/digital and cassette formats on American and English labels with her Ekin Fil project which she’s started in 2007. She has performed live in various cities in countries like Germany, Poland, Belgium, Malta, Austria, Holland; invited to play respectable festivals such as Le Guess Who? and Heart of Noise.

Ekin loves to bring acoustic elements like guitar with electronics in a minimal and affective ways. Apart from her solo albums and other recordings, she has been composing music for short and long feature movies for a while.

“Ekin Uzeltüzenci is a Turkish musician from Istanbul who creates an eerie sound that exists in a twilight zone – a paradoxical limbo which feels deeply personal and yet distantly alien.” Fluid Radio

She was awarded “best original film music” for her first movie soundtrack “Kaygı” at SİYAD, 2017. Also she was awarded best film music for the soundtrack of Korfez The Gulf at Türkisches Film Festival at Frankfurt 2018.

Emme + DuperHere

Emme (Modularfield) is an electronic musician, producer and live performer from Argentina, based in Berlin.

Emme takes her musical influences from all things science fiction; using a mixture of hardware controllers and synths she creates beautiful, soaring space-scapes and deep sonic explorations inspired by such diverse topics as Astronomy, Carl Sagan and artificial intelligence.

Every live show is unique, adapted to the venue and concept of the event, creating an immersive sound adventure with a wide sonic palette which moves between ambient, floating soundscapes, powerful melodies and energetic rhythms. Joaquín DuperHere, is a visual artist from Chile. He works with paintings, sculptures and tattoos where geometry and textures are related to each other. His work is located in different infrastructures, both public and private and is strongly influence by graffiti. For Music for Cinemas DuperHere will collaborate with Emme for an audiovisual performance.

The Karmic Laws

The Karmic Laws is an original collaborative audio-visual performance between Erfurt based animator and film-maker Marcus Gryszock and Dirk Markham, a Scottish musician resident in Berlin.

For The Karmic Laws Gryszock presents visuals in a form not usually associated with live performance, namely stop-motion animation. This gives audience members a rare chance to glimpse behind the scenes of this oh so meticulous process, while the moving image is constantly looped and seen to develop before their very eyes. And so a double narrative ensues: the on-screen character manipulated live, and that of creator as performance.

The soundtrack is provided by Markham who also uses a strictly real-time process with no parts prepared in advance. All loops and samples are created from scratch using processed guitar, effects and samplers in the moment and layered to create an evocative soundscape of ambient drones resulting in an instant composition.

Each performance brings them closer to their goal of creating a full length music video based on the live stop-motion animation created during their performances.

Gefördert durch die Musicboard Berlin GmbH.
Funded by Musicboard Berlin GmbH.

Geräusche #4 w/ Lindred + Sune, Vida Vojić + Einar Thoren, Hainbach + Orca

When:
September 17, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

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Cinema as an audiovisual experience – Music for Cinemas (based on Brian Enos famous ambient work) transforms the canvas into a visual background for spacious sound explorations. Monthly, we’ll present three artists who are going to perform live featuring their own visual accompaniment.

Unfortunately, the Filmrauschpalast is not barrier-free. Please contact us if you need any assistance via musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

de
Das Kino als Ort für Klänge – In der Reihe Music for Cinemas (frei nach Brian Eno) tritt die Leinwand in den Hintergrund und macht Platz für raumfüllende Sound-Explorationen. Präsentiert werden monatlich je drei Künstler*innen, die ihre Live-Performance eigens für den Filmrausch mit Visualisierungen auf der Leinwand umsetzen.

Leider ist der Kinosaal nicht barrierefrei zu erreichen. Bitte kontaktiere uns, wenn du Unterstützung bei der Anreise benötigst, unter musicforcinemas@filmrausch.de.

Doors: 19:00h
Start time: 19:30h
Entrance: 6-10 Euros
Filmrauschpalast Moabit
Lehrter Str. 35, 10557 Berlin

Lindred + Sune

Lindred (US) creates hyper-emotional music; heart wrenching melodies with voices of disembodied longing transformed into otherworldly electronic ambiences. Her debut ‘Hyperdrama’ will be released on Berlin label Denkfabrik this fall.

Sune is the audiovisual project of Jonas Margraf. For this performance, his distinctly digital visuals—built from fluorescent, abstract and evolving figures—form a liquid, crystalline counterpoint to the music of Lindred.

Vida Vojić + Einar Thoren

Sound philosopher and mind traveler Vida Vojić will present a collaborative set with visual artist Einar Thoren. Artist statement: “Unconsciously, I ended up in sound to express the invisible inside. Everything interconnected, a feeling in my chest turned into a tone, grew into a new world. I aim for purity — what is suppressed underneath the intellect. It is a physical reaction to the confrontation of myself, removing the barriers between me and the reflection of me — the sound. The biggest loss is to forget to feel. I seek to get as close to feelings as possible, without the need of explanation in-between, leaving an open end to the expression. Perhaps that is when thinking becomes irrelevant, and listening becomes something that you do with your body first, and thought secondly.”

Hainbach + Orca

Based out of Berlin, Germany, electro-acoustic music composer and performer Hainbach (Opal Tapes, Seil Records) creates shifting audio landscapes THE WIRE called “One hell of a trip”. Using esoteric synthesizers, test equipment, magnetic tape and idiophones his music is both abstract yet very much a corporal experience. He has become known for his immersive live performances for and recently through his YouTube channel, where he brings experimental music techniques to a wider audience. Orca will accompany Hainbach for an audiovisual set.

Berlin based Nani Gutiérrez aka Orca has become a long term collaborator for Hainbach’s visual concept. Her digitally drawn videos let bodies emerge into fast loops with GIF aesthetics. Movements taken from public videos are diverted and become compositions that show an unspeakable side of thought.

 

Gefördert durch die Musicboard Berlin GmbH.
Funded by Musicboard Berlin GmbH.

Geräusche #3 /w DuChamp + Dafne Narvaez Berlfein, Wry Eye, Logic Not + Flimmerkiste

When:
May 21, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

DuChamp + Dafne Narvaez Berlfein (IT, Berlin)

DuChamp is an Italian scientist, musician and curator based in Berlin, religiously devoted to drone. Drone is related to a precise childhood memory: the sound of the hair dryer, that her mother used to fix her hair. That was the sound of care, bliss, and infinite love. Since 2017, DuChamp started to incorporate real field recordings, related to her personal memory, into her drone compositions, by adding layers of sounds and noise in attempt to recreate some kind of apophonias.

Dafne Narvaez Berlfein, Quito 1978. Lives and works in Berlin. Her artistic, curatorial and academic Film & Video praxis focuses in the production of pieces trough collaborative process & crossings from diverse disciplines (mostly within the fields of Music & Performance) working within the mechanism of audiovisuals with the aim of creating decentralized forms of representation.

Wry Eye (Berlin)

Wry Eye is the ambient drone collaboration of Jan Wetzel and Michel Griese, a synth and a guitar both gently strummed to weave complex sound patterns and free improvisation into abstract arrangements.

Logic Not + Flimmerkiste (Berlin)

Die Ursprünge von Logic Not finden sich in akustischer Jazzmusik, modernen Stummfilmvertonungen und experimenteller elektronischer Musik. Diese Einflüsse werden durch Logic Not in einen neuen Zusammenhang gesetzt, der aus impulsiver Improvisation und programmatischen Kompositionen eine vielschichtige Performance kreiert. Schon in früheren Projekten war das hardwaregestützte Live-Musizieren ohne Hilfe eines Computers ein zentraler Aspekt. Logic Not geht einen Schritt weiter und verwendet modulare Klangsynthese als Werkzeug für eine gleichsam räumlich-ambiente und rhythmisch komplexe Dramaturgie.

Music for Cinemas markiert die Wiederaufnahme der langjährigen Zusammenarbeit mit Flimmerkiste, einem Visualkünstler der sich in der Berliner Clubszene durch viele Kooperationen einen Namen gemacht hat.

Superlude w/ Monocube + M.Kardinal, ambioSonics, Metunar

When:
May 9, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

On the occasion of SUPERBOOTH we present you an interlude of Music for Cinemas and asked three audiovisual synth acts from Munich, Switzerland and Odessa/Berlin to perform live at Filmrauschpalast Moabit.

Monocube + M.Kardinal (Odessa UKR / Berlin)

Monocube and M. Kardinal will premiere the fourth part of APPARITIONS – an ongoing series of collaborative audio-visual performances. APPARITIONS IV. POST-CRISIS REMEMBRANCE is an audio-visual remembrance through post-crisis moments of urban landscapes and their sounds reflecting on contemporary crisis events such as disasters, and other critical incidents. These events may demolish people’s fundamental sense of safety and security, leaving them feeling jeopardized and vulnerable. These events often disrupt the worldview or profound beliefs people have about their lives and ethical order. People’s psychological notions can be annihilated and many people experience a crisis of meaning or purpose.

The electronic act Monocube was founded in Odessa (UKR) and is active since 2008, currently based in Berlin and Odessa. Monocube is exploring the fields of electronic music using a wide range of analogue instruments combining various styles of electronic music, such as drone, industrial and experimental ambient. Since 2017 Monocube have been collaborating with the visual artist M. Kardinal in the APPARITIONS series of audio-visual performances at Spektrum (2017/2018, Berlin) and transmediale Vorspiel (2018, Berlin).

M. Kardinal is a visual artist currently based in Berlin working with photography, moving images, performance and installations. Driven by a long experience with experimental photography and her preference for analogue working methods she extended her work process with obsolete video technique, circuit bent machines and toy cameras seeking a synthesis of presence and presentation, of immateriality and materiality, and grasping the fragile moment as both a constitutive and generative element of the medium.

ambioSonics (Munich)

The open musical formation ambioSonics is deeply rooted in the synthesizer scene of Munich. For Music for Cinemas Florian Anwander and Anatol Locker will present a nice mix of ambient, downbeat and groove orientated electronic music created absolutely live on stage. No stored sequences, no presets. ambioSonics works with a larger setup of hardware and modular synths. Visuals will be generated live via video synthesis.

Metunar (CH)

As Metunar, Adriano Capizzi is a protagonist of the Swiss synth scene. At Music for Cinemas Metunar will present a new ambient project. Combining abstract sonic textures and visuals resembling old movie scenes.

Geräusche #2 w/ Felix-Florian Tödtloff + Regis Lemberthe, Huellkurve, Philet + Mary Gouldsbrough

When:
April 16, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

Felix-Florian Tödtloff + Regis Lemberthe (Berlin)

Der Berliner Experimentalmusiker Felix-Florian Tödtloff (ehemals Sferics) arrangiert elektrische Gitarre und Synthesizer zu Klangcollagen zwischen Minimal und Melancholie. Regis Lemberthe erzeugt dazu Live-Visuals.

Huellkurve (Berlin)

Das ungleiche Duo hat seine musikalischen Wurzeln in der elektroakustischen Tanzmusik und im Stoner/Krautrock. Nach sieben gemeinsamen Jahren in der Band Jagadamba und einer ausgedehnten Pause haben die beiden 2017 erneut zusammengefunden und geben mit dem Projekt Huellkurve ihrer gemeinsamen Faszination für Hardware-Synthesizer einen Namen. Geschickt verflechten sie ihre unterschiedlichen musikalischen Einflüsse und kreieren einen Sound der, getragen von massiven Soundwänden, am ehesten zwischen Techno, Elektro und Acid zu verorten ist. Für Music for Cinemas haben die beiden extra ein Ambient-Live-Set vorbereitet.

Philet + Mary Gouldsbrough (Berlin)

Philet bewegt sich stilistisch zwischen Ambient, Drone und Techno. Im Zentrum seines Schaffensprozesses steht dabei der modulare Synthesizer, mit dem sowohl im Studio als auch auf der Bühne das Imaginäre in die hörbare Klangwelt übersetzt wird. An diesem Abend entstand der Soundtrack zu einem imaginären Film. Visuell unterstützt wird Philet von Mary Gouldsbrough.

Geräusche #1 w/ Nils Panda, VVeber + Maximilian Seifert, CNM

When:
March 19, 2019
Where:
Filmrauschpalast Moabit

Nils Panda (Leipzig)

Nils Panda ist Mitglied der Gruppe Celsius Panda und betreibt seit 2018 sein eigenes Label AllMyGhosts. Auf eben diesem erschien zuletzt seine zweite EP Lipsia, eine Hommage an seine neue Wahlheimat Leipzig. Für diesen Abend spielte Nils Panda ein Ambient-Set.

VVeber/Maximilian Seifert (Berlin)

VVeber ist ein international auftretender Musiker, Produzent und DJ. Maximilian Seifert ist ein Musiker und Visual-Designer. Sie spielten ein improvisiertes Live-Set, in dem ambiente Klangflächen und Synthesizer-Melodien mit dynamisch variierenden Beats verwoben werden. Die Musik wurde in Echtzeit computerbasiert in abstrakte, farbenfrohe, sich ständig verändernde Visuals übersetzt und durch die erzeugten Klänge beeinflusst.

CNM (Berlin)

Das Duo CNM arbeitet mit pulsierende Drones, psychedelischen Fragmenten und schleppenden Beats. Zu vielschichtigen Visuals werden elektroakustische Improvisationen an Saiteninstrumenten, DIY-Geräten und dem Modularsystem geboten.