Zum zweiten Mal laden die unter dem Namen Indocile firmierenden Verantalter zu einem kleinen Festival experimenteller, performance-orientierter Electronica in die Kantine am Berghain. Zu der Auswahl an internationalen Musikern zählt auch das nordspanische Duo Fasenuova, das in seiner Heimat seit den 80ern mit seinem rauen, energiegeladenen Mix aus Rhythm Noise, New Wave und Minimal Music eine feste Größe darstellt.
“Second edition of Indocile concert series.
Ernesto Avelino and Roberto Lobo, who has been playing music secretly since the late 80′s, making use of analog devices such as synthesizers and modulators, creating music which grows from influences such as Throbbing Gristle and Esplendor Geométrico. Dynamic rough waves go along drum-machine generated beats. The lyrics, all of them in Spanish, bring you to the most bizarre and surrealistic corners of your mind through the semi-melodic rocky voice of frontman Ernesto.
Stavanger born, Berlin-based vocalist Stine Janvin explore the possibility of creating full-body physical and massive ambient experience with the frequency range of her voice. Janvin focuses on the physical aspects of sound and the potential dualities of natural/artificial, organic/synthetic and minimal/dramatic. With an upcoming double LP release on PAN records she introduces a recorded version of her fake synthetic material and with her ongoing live performances, she continues working between the music and art scene, developing further her methodology of imitation and resonance through audio-visual concepts.
The five-member band formed in St.Petersburg in 2012. Irrational, spastic dance groove borderlines somewhere between dark electro, post-punk, experimental noise and acoustic chanson. Anchored in the decadent aesthetic of the labyrinths of the Russian soul, with French or English lyrics, it erases the line between concert and theatre.
• Nikolay Komiagin (vocals)
• Aleksandr Galianov (guitar, synthesizer)
• Pavel Lesnikov (drums, sampling)
• Aleksandr Ionin (guitar, bass, accordion)
• Danila Kholodkov (percussion, drum)
ZOYA ZERKALSKI & LISOKOT
Zoya Zerkalski is an alias of Dasha Redkina, dj and musician working between Berlin and Moscow experimenting with resonating qualities of various instruments and objects manipulated and distorted to create textural and cinematic sounds, intertwined with modern synthesis.
Lisokot is a Russian singer, poet, and artist responsible for a wide range of musical performances. Using her voice as the only instrument mostly working with Soviet music heritage and own animalistic stories, she is also involved in collaborations with other artists. Most recent one being an album with Atom TM to be released on Raster in December 2017.
The collaboration between the two artists formed in summer 2017 as an improvisational experiment.”