Sewer Election, Damien Dubrovnik, Puce Mary & more @ NK Berlin | Saturday, 18.01.2014

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The sound of everything falling apart. Sewer Election is Gothenburg’s Dan Johansson. He performs bent, crude and raw experimental noise touching elbows with both the Swiss action group Schimpfluch and contemporary underground noise.

Dan has put out a fine line of releases for the past decade and is known for giving his audience sort of a in-of-body experience, whatever that means.

Sewer Election | Kassettmusik Part 1

Dan was one of the guys running the filthy but nice Utmarken venue in Gothenburg for a few years, the centre for various odd balls and lost kids into weird sounds on the west coast. Johansson is also running two labels; Harsh Head Rituals and Ljud & Bild Produktion.

Emerging from the same close-knit Copenhagen scene as Iceage, Damien Dubrovnik create coruscating vistas of provocative synth-noise, as raw as a fresh stab wound.

Damien Dubrovnik | First Burning Attraction

Frederikke Hoffmeier’s debut LP as Puce Mary (which follows years of limited edition tapes and collaborative projects) could find an audience beyond those interested in the city from which she hails.

Hoffmeier’s experimentations emulate the sound of something screaming its soul out. It feels filmic, like something you would very much enjoy surviving through.

Puce Mary | Live at Click Festival

Krube. is a sound artist, based in Berlin/Kreuzberg. He is working under the Krube. moniker since 1999. Berlin’s Torba is head of Aaltra Records (one of six labels involved in this release) — and a prolific noisester.

This event is highly recommended by Digital in Berlin! We are giving away 2 x 2 tickets. Just send a mail to win@digitalinberlin.de with “Sewer Election” as the subject.

SEWER ELECTION, DAMIEN DUBROVNIK, PUCE MARY, KRUBE & TORBA  LIVE

Saturday, 18 January 2014 | 21:00 CET

NK | Elsenstr. 52, 2.Hinterhaus Etage 2 | 12059 Berlin Neukölln

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