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Alle Termine für das Jahr 2020



Samstag, 18.01.2020, Einlass: 20:00 Uhr

Linea Aspera

Conne Island and White Circles present:

Linea Aspera

Linea Aspera comprises of the synths & programming of Ryan Ambridge and the vocals of Alison Lewis aka Zanias. First drawn together in 2011 in London through a shared passion for coldwave, minimal synth and electronic body music and a collection of vintage analogue synthesisers, their emergence was swift, with songs written over the course of just a few hours at a time. 9 months of writing and recording in a student flat on Caledonian Road culminated in the release of their self-titled album in September, 2012 on Dark Entries Records. The album’s 8 tracks explore themes of loss, revenge and renewal through scientific analogies, driven by ice-cold melodies drenched in analogue warmth. After a short run of wellreceived live shows in London and around Europe, the project was put on hiatus until this year.

Bestial Mouths

“Berlin via NYC & LA darkwave outfit Bestial Mouths combines pumping industrial synth lines with raw, fearless vocals that range from operatic, extended-technique furies to shouted monologues. They create some of the most powerful darkwave-drenched post-punk in the musical underground, a medley of pure emotion, sonic chaos given aural form through soul-searing synths, tribal percussion and Lynette Cerezo’s banshee vocals, invoking the darkest depths of the human condition. (...) Their combination of goth, industrial, experimental and electronic sounds are a frenzy for the senses.”
-CTM Festival

Sonntag, 19.01.2020, Einlass: 18:00 Uhr


Conne Island & Small Stage Coration present:

Sammus (Don Giovanni Records)

VVK: 25,50 Euro
Preis inkl. 0,50€ Spende zur Bildungsoffensive

Donnerstag, 23.01.2020, Einlass: 18:00 Uhr, Beginn: 19:00 Uhr

Darkest Hour



Special Guests:

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VVK: 26,50 Euro
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Sonntag, 26.01.2020, Einlass: 19:00 Uhr, Beginn: 20:00 Uhr


Support: Pkew Pkew Pkew

Im Frühjahr waren Millencolin bereits bei uns auf Tour und haben bei den fünf Terminen nur begeisterte Fans hinterlassen. Dass alle Konzerte komplett ausverkauft waren, zeigt schon, welchen Stellenwert die schwedischen Punker nach fast drei Jahrzehnten auf der Bühne immer noch haben. Die neuen Songs ihrer aktuellen Platte „SOS“ zündeten, ebenso wie die alten Hits aus ihrer langen Karriere. Die Schweden gehören einfach zur festen Definition von Skatepunk. Im Januar/Februar kommen Millencolin erneut für weitere sieben Auftritte nach Deutschland.


VVK: 23,50 Euro
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Samstag, 01.02.2020, Einlass: 18:30 Uhr, Beginn: 19:30 Uhr


Liebster MOB,
Euer Spassbepunkungskommando ist ab Anfang Februar wieder auf Tour und flutet den deutschprachigen Raum mit ihrer schrecklich guten Laune. Völlig ohne Computerplayback oder HD-LED-Wände im Hintergrund, dafür aber mit doppelt Bock und echten Spielfehlern! Ob Kinder oder Greise, Punker oder Landwirte, einen Abend im Jahr werden alle zu einer bonbonroten Masse aus Spackentum und Glückseeligkeit verschmolzen. Denn Unsinn, ist immer noch besser als ohne Sinn.

SCHMUTZKI Fan Tickets gibt es exklusiv bei!
Normale Tickets wie immer an allen bekannten VVK-Stellen!!!


VVK: 22,00 Euro
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Donnerstag, 06.02.2020, Einlass: 19:00 Uhr, Beginn: 20:00 Uhr

Altın Gün

“In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that areunknown, and in between, there are doors,” nineteenth century poet and novelist WilliamBlake once beautifully suggested.
To discover new things you sometimes need someone to open a door between the knownand the unknown. Altin Gün (‘Golden Day’) is the band holding that door handle.And when the door swings open you smell, feel and hear a mix of sounds you may haveheard before separately but never in this brilliant new context that sounds totally new.On their debut album ‘On’ (Bongo Joe Records), the band show what happens when youopen doors between Turkish folk songs which were passed on from generation to generationon the one hand and a dirty blend of funk rhythms, wah-wah guitars and analogue organs onthe other. The Amsterdammers who come from various backgrounds (Turkish but alsoIndonesian and Dutch) comfortably create their work in the adventurous no-man’s land thatexists between these two worlds.Older generations of Turkish musicians have also experimented with opening doors betweenpreviously unconnected sonic worlds. During the seventies, artists such as Baris Manço,Selda Ba&287;can and Erkin Koray practiced a way of songwriting and composing similar to AltinGün’s.
They took the music played during the festive occasions and serious formalities of theirchildhood, folk songs backed by a traditional Turkish string instrument called the saz. To this,they added the techniques and vibes of their times and the result then went on to become adistinct Turkish sound during 1972-1977 which even today still sounds rich, danceable and(alright then!) heavily mind bending.
The Altin Gün band members first encountered this music in various ways: through theirupbringing, via friends or after finding life changing compilations in record shops. Their ownpersonal discoveries eventually led them to collectively open doors to crowds everywhereacross Europe, from the Into the Great Wide Open festival in Netherlands to Istanbul, fromGhent to Geneva and from Ravenna to Rotterdam; people all across Europe fell in love withAltin Gün’s unusual combination of familiar sounds.
Manço, Ba&
287;can and Koray have all influenced Altin Gün, but their foremost inspiration isNe&351;et Erta&351;, a Turkish folk musician whose musical legacy is invaluable. Comparisons arealmost impossible to make but imagine someone with the same impact and status as BobDylan or George Gerschwin and you’re getting close. Many of the songs he wrote havebecome standards in Turkey, national treasures which are cherished up until the present day.Altin Gün retain the lyrical and thematic structure of Erta&351;’s songs, though they often altertheir time signatures and add fuzzy bass sounds, sweltering organ sounds and raw saz riffs.Erta&351; wrote the majority of the songs on the album even if these are hardly recognisable afterall the work Altin Gün have done on them.
The songs have universal themes such as love, death, desire and destiny. It is touchingmusic that makes you want to move and massages your soul all at once. Music that soundsfamiliar but different. Music that’s deeply emotional even for someone who doesn’t speak aword of Turkish.
Let Altin Gün open that door for you and get ready to indulge in their fresh and beautifulsound.

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VVK: 25,50 Euro
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Mittwoch, 19.02.2020, Einlass: 18:30 Uhr, Beginn: 19:00 Uhr

Nathan Gray

+ Special Guests

präsentiert von: Visions, Guitar, Morecore, Piranha, Start, AMM

VVK: 28,00 Euro
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Freitag, 21.02.2020, Einlass: 19:00 Uhr, Beginn: 20:00 Uhr

Tarek K.I.Z



VVK: 24,50 Euro
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Freitag, 06.03.2020, Einlass: 18:30 Uhr, Beginn: 19:30 Uhr


+ Support

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VVK: 25,00 Euro
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Samstag, 04.04.2020, Einlass: 20:00 Uhr, Beginn: 21:00 Uhr

Russian Circles × Torche

Russian Circles named their 2016 album Guidance in reference to the uncertainty of the future. It was a fitting title for the times, with the album coming out a few months before America’s tumultuous presidential election, but it was intended more as a reference to the band’s own absence of a blueprint as they navigated their second decade as a band than as a social commentary. If there were questions as to how to move forward as a musical unit or individual doubts as to how to continue toiling as artists in the underground, the three years of relentless touring on the album only served to reinforce the Sisyphean struggle of artists. With their latest album Blood Year, Russian Circles forsake the sonic crossroads of divergent musical paths found on albums like Guidance and Memorial to offer up the most direct and forceful collection of songs in their discography.

“People are always trying to figure out which compartment we fit into. They wanna put us on a shelf. But in a world of Sabbaths, we get to be Van Halen.”
That’s Torche guitarist and producer Jon Nuñez talking about his band’s uneasy relationship with categorization. Over the last 15 years, Torche—led by the core trio of Nuñez, guitarist/vocalist Steve Brooks and drummer Rick Smith—have often been saddled with one-dimensional niche terms like doom, sludge or stoner rock, but none of them really apply. “That shit is tiresome,” he says. “When people ask me what kind of music we play, I just say, ‘Loud rock n’ roll.’”
Which is a good way to describe Torche’s fifth and latest album, Admission. From the rumbling cannonade of opener “From Here” and chunky bomb-string detonator “What Was” to the staccato siren song “Reminder” and glistening thunder pop of the title track, it’s a record that manages to be hi-powered, dynamic and melodic—all at the same time. “To me, it’s a real record with peaks and valleys and emotional ups and downs,” Nuñez offers. “Musically, the intensity doesn’t stay in one lane.

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Sonntag, 12.04.2020, Einlass: 20:00 Uhr, Beginn: 21:00 Uhr


Rattenlinie Nord Tour

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VVK: 22,50 Euro
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Sonntag, 19.04.2020, Einlass: 19:00 Uhr, Beginn: 20:00 Uhr

Christian Löffler

After releasing his highly anticipated album, Graal (Prologue), German deep-house producer Christian Löffler announces dates for his European tour.

Following sold out concerts in the US, Christian Löffler announces his comeback to Europe. Christian Löffler will grace European stages with the live premiere of his upcoming album, as well as tracks from his latest release, Graal (Prologue). The music will be accompanied by visuals made especially for this tour, in a mesmerising and immersive audio-visual experience. Named after the town he resides in, Graal (Prologue), contains music that was created in a period where Löffler was constantly away on tour - sketches of melodies written on the road. The resulting six tracks on the album have a minimal and focused feel, and are perfect for eyes-closed introspection.

Löffler’s music has been streamed over 55 million times and the artist has performed alongside notable acts like alt-J, Bonobo, The Glitch Mob, JUNGLE, Noisia, Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker, Son Lux, Axwell &8710; Ingrosso, Hardwell, and ZHU at renowned festivals worldwide. The Graal (Prologue) tour will provide the unique ambiences the prolific musician and producer has become well known for through his live performances and the spectacular locations they’re set in.

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