Astronauts in Orbit
Acclaimed Arctic Circle music promoter present Space in this Place – an immersive evening of space themed sounds which will permeate the twisting red steel structure. At 76m and 80m high, the two observation decks will be transformed in an incredible outpost of new music and musicians with influences ranging from Solaris to Sun Ra. It’s a perfect setting for Ninja Tune’s DJ Food who was last seen performing his album The Search Engine at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. More live music will come courtesy of the cascading, creaking acoustic guitar, bleeps and breathy vocal harmonies of Astronauts and synth-folk drone-ballad band Transept. Not forgetting Manchester’s one man cosmic construct Paddy Steer who welcomes you to the event at ground control. All this whilst enjoying mesmerising views as the summer sun sets across London. Drinks and light meals will be freshly cooked and available on the night.Get Tickets Here
Charles Howl does Europe
OCTOBER 29 - LONDON, United Kingdom - Tipsy Bar 30 - LE MANS, France - Au Singe en Hiver 31 - ANTWERP, Belgium - Cafe de Valk NOVEMBER 1 - AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - Pacific Parc 2 - MANNHEIM, Germany - Pennerfest @ Juz Mannheim 3 - MUNICH, Germany - Theaterklause 5 - ZAGREB, Croatia - Vintage Industrial Bar 6 - BUDAPEST, Hungary - Rocktogon Pub and Roll 7 - KRAKOW, Poland - Bomba 8 - HALLE, Germany - Reil78 - - - w/ Go! Zilla 9 - TUBINGEN, Germany - EppelHaus 10 - VIENNA, Austria - Arena - - - w/ Dead Meadow 11 - ROME, Italy - Forte Fanulla / Pigneto 13 - FLORENCE, Italy - Factory Club 14 - VIAREGGIO, Italy - viale Europa! Corsaro Rosso Pub 15 - NEUCHATEL, Switzerland - Café Du Pont 16 - HERISAU, Switzerland - Pontem 19 - HANNOVER, Germany - Cafe Glocksee
28th November 2013
Seftel goes Berlin!
Doors: 7PM Seftel (UK) // With some roots in South Africa and others in Hackney, Portugal and Lithuania, Larry Seftel is the author of the Seftel album. The songs are inexact measures of jealousy, lousy nights, bad dreams, self-loathing, boring lunches and half read books. Arranged by Ghikas and Von Weizsacker of the Chap, their sincerity is twisted out of shape into something discomforting, slightly sleazy and also oddly relaxing.
Schokoladen: Ackerstraße 169/170, 10115, Berlin, Germany
6th December 2013
Pop Up Cinema
Artist’s Experimental Film Projecting films on David Leister's 'portable' 35mm Fumeo Projector, this evening has been concocted for artists and filmmakers to experiment within the 35mm frame yet work outside of industry parameters. Interested in celluloid film’s materiality and the performance of projection, Analogue Recurring wishes to provoke DIY film technologies, help define contemporary artist’s analogue film production and confound the general view that analogue ‘film is dead.’ The programme is a mixture of completed films and number of new works straight from the processing labs and darkrooms. It is experimental and discursive. Including films by : Richard Bevan, Louise Colbourne, Karel Doing, Nicky Hamlyn, Inge-lise Hanson, Lucy Harris, Bea Haut, Jameela Khan, David Leister and Greg Pope. More to be announced....
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