D/B Recommended: Lowvibe Forest w/ Al Haca, Mamiko Motto and many more @ Naherholung Sternchen Berlin | Saturday, 21.04.2012

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Lowvibe present their new event called LOWVIBE FOREST. Every forest is beautiful, diverse and full of life. Lowvibe shares this nature gift and incorporates it within the soul of the night. Lowvibe forest plays bass music, without stamping their sound with genres.

No matter where it comes from: Chicago with a European flip, or London sound-shaping colours in Berlin. Whether you think its dubstep, beats or hip-hop, post or future soul, main focus is to provide the quality sound around electronic music.

AL HACA was founded in 1993 in Greifswald, a north – eastern outpost of just united Germany. In 2010 the collective decided to take it back from a concert act to the original dancefloor orientated Soundsystem style and fashion. The main fuel on its voyage is to remain open to the countless different shades of Dub, Offbeat and Bass music.

Al Haca Soundsystem | Untitled

MC Dressla is a good friend of Al Haca, known from Jahtari Riddim Force. He is a master of freestyle mike. Coming from a Hip Hop background, Dressla is also active in many different genres and cooperates with various artists across Europe.

Mamiko Motto moved to Belgium from her homeland Lithuania and started the Hepcat radio show 10 years ago. The show quickly got recognition not only in Belgium, but also worldwide. Later she moves to Amsterdam to take A&R position for Kindred Spirits Records. An eclectic selector with a lifelong love of vinyl and music, Mamiko is a renowned taste maker and a globe trotting DJ who knows what a party is and how to bring it.

IJO released some of his music on Lowvibe. Cutting and slicing is his trademark, solid low bass is his foundation. Long-time front-runner of the underground experimental music scene in his home country Lithuania, IJO is now breaking out internationally, with plays from Mary Anne Hobbs and releases coming thick and fast in many styles.

Christian Buchmayr aka Raumlichte is a visual artist from Tirol who moved to Berlin some years ago. An artist with a conceptual approach using mostly self made content, combining analog photography and digital 3d tools, which are mainly used in an architectural context. He is a designer and architect, who likes to play with geometry, abstract shapes, surfaces, colours, rhythms and proportions.

Genys is from Lithuania, the head of Lowvibe and has been active since a long time as DJ, producer and live performer. He has been in Berlin since more than a year and works as sound designer at Bitwig during daylight. Though he is strongly in love with bass music, his taste isn’t limited to it. In the Berlin scene you could hear his sets at parties such as “We Want More Bass”, “Dub Der Guten Hoffnung”, “Impulse”, “Bassfieber” and others.

[ˈɔŋstrø:m] a.k.a. Knut Knutson – is one of the Naherholung Sternchen crew, artist on Bauzugrecords and DJ – a big lover of glitch and crunk in music.
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Lowvibe Forest: Al Haca Soundsystem, MC Dressla, Mamiko Motto, Genys & [ˈɔŋstrø:m]
Visuals by Raumlichte

Saturday, 21 April 2012 | 23:30 CET
Naherholung Sternchen | Berolinastr. 7 | 10178 Berlin/Mitte

Al Haca | MC Dressla | Mamiko Motto | Ijo | Raumlichte | Genys | [ˈɔŋstrø:m] | lowvibe.com | naherholung-sternchen.de
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