INTERKOSMOS FEST #3 @ Urban Spree
June 9 @ 17:00 - 23:30€11.50
After two cosmic editions, it’s time to come back from the outer space
Interkosmos will land again in Berlin Saturday 9th June for the 3rd edition of Interkosmos Fest. And you can win tickets to be there.
Live set, DJ set, food trucks, vinyl market and many other surprises, from late afternoon ’til the morning comes.
We have 2 tickets to give away to Interkosmos #3 – simply email [email protected] – the first person to enter wins.
DAMO SUZUKI NETWORK (Ger)
Former lead singer of the legendary and seminal German krautrock band Can, Damo, resident in Köln (De) since the 70s, has been performing since mid ´97 with his project DAMO SUZUKI´S NETWORK around the world with more than 7,000 different musicians in 43 countries. He will bring his project this year at 3rd edition, and first summer one, of the Interkosmos festival.
“I’m creating time and space of the moment with ever-changing local sound carriers (musicians) around the world. This is pure making music, energy share, every time different result”.
Damo will perform with BUDGIE (Siouxsie And The Banshees, John Cale), Shaun Mulrooney (TAU) and Knox Chandler (The Psychedelic Furs, Siouxsie And The Banshees).
Damo comes back in Berlin his victorious battle against cancer that stopped his never-ending touring life for some years.
CUMMI FLU (Belgium)
CUMMI FLU is the latest incarnation of the ever-changing multimedia illusionist Oliver Doerell. Born in Brussels, he was the driving force behind the electronica projects Dictaphone and SWOD, and a sound box in Raz Ohara’s Odd Orchestra.
There was once a pop music genre that was not actually a genre. It emerged in the late nineties and early 2000s. It was called ‘electronica’. This genre was no more a genre than ‘indie’ or even ‘pop’. Electronica was a term simply used to define club music, ambient or noise. It referred to a compartmentalized and, for the most part, friendly listening music that was not good to dance to. As a result, a wide range of musical styles came to be classified under this non-genre just because there was no other suitable classification at the time. And now Oliver Doerell is producing music that sounds like a late electronica manifesto.
BLUE CRIME (Netherlands)
Blue Crime’s stars have a gloomy shine, inspired by myths and dreams and parallel universes. Earth felt too low; space is the place. They started out as a glowworm in a dark atom shelter, and emerged as eerie moonpop, growing grittier in time. Call it moonpsych, noisefolk, call it earthquakes with guitars and vocal eclipses. Or just feel it, and call it nothing at all. Be it love or hate, dark or light… Blue Crime shows no mercy for the sober and cold-hearted.