Pastor Leumund & Mittekill, Soft Grid, Chris Imler

"Berlin bleibt!" Festival closing concert

Part of the festival “Berlin bleibt!”
Doors: 20:00
Afterwards: Party at WAU, DJ's: Gold Soundz + Future Sailor (What Difference Does It Make) / Admission free


21:00-24:00 Uhr

This concert evening with three acts from Berlin caps off the festival “Berlin bleibt!” On stage at HAU1 Friedrich Greiling, one half of the duo Mittekill, combines Pastor Leumund’s Dadaistic commentary on the present time with creaking electronics. The trio Soft Grid, with the multi-instrumentalists Jana Sotzko and Theresa Stroetges as well as the drummer Christian Hohenbild, creates an energetic sound beyond the ordinary positionings of genre. And Chris Imler (Driver & Driver, Oum Shatt), one of the busiest figures in the Berlin underground, electrifies with a solo happening. 


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    Sat 5.10.2019, 21:00 / HAU2


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