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We’re back for more mayhem after taking a break during august –

first wednesday of the month with a choice selection of noise, weirdness, experimental electronics and absinth

with:

DJ Balli (Sonic Belligeranza, Bologna)

OrZe (Line Destruction, Berlin/Tel Aviv)

Fobia (Seven Samurai, Sao Paulo/Berlin)

Bart Hard (Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot, Netherlands)

and residents: fgngn & Crash 0.1

It is meant to be an “early” night (by Berlin standards), meaning that we will go till one or two and then it will depend on the audience, the bar staff as well as ourselves if we carry on and make it a late one after all.

Incl. Praxis Record stall!
check http://praxis.c8.com/shop and pick up your order at the party where you can also browse through and listen to a selection of our stock!

http://noiseangriff.wordpress.com/

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Lauschangriff
Rigaer Str 103
10247 Berlin

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Cagliostro and Datacide Present
Datacide #11 Magazine Release Party

Friday 04.02. 2011

Kovert (Critical Noise, Sub/Version, Praxis)
Baseck – special DJ Set (Darkmatter)
DJ Balli (Sonic Belligeranza)
Cannibal Brothers (Brainstorm)
Nemeton (Darkmatter)
Christoph Fringeli (Praxis)
LT (Cagliostro)

in den Räumen des Subversiv e.V.
Brunnenstrasse 7
U8 Rosenthaler Platz

Thursday, February 3
Datacide #11: TALKS & DISCUSSION
Cagliostro, Lenbachstr. 10, (Ostkreuz), from 17h
in English and Free

“333 bpm” a sonic-fiction by Riccardo Balli
iconographic references by: Caina
Every style in electronic music inspires a certain social behaviour, and what’s more, it actually structures the listener’s brainframe. Do you want to know how? And, above all, do you want to smash this #social# brainframe down by hyper-mixing genres? Some tips on how to do this can maybe come from this fiction, a sonic one, of course!

“Dance before the police come” a talk by Neil Transpontine
What’s going on when police raid parties? Neil Transpontine explores the different ways laws on sex, drugs, noise, property and subversion are used to constrain dancing in the UK and across the world.

for more information including the table of contents for datacide #11:
http://datacide.c8.com
http://www.cagliostroberlin.de