Veranstaltungen

Mo 10.06.2019
19.00 Uhr
Musik   Jenny Don't and the Spurs - Alternative Country/Americana + support

door 7 pm, show 8 pm ( from 10 pm STRANGE TUNES ON MONDAY)
Jenny Don't And The Spurs are Portland's hottest new roots-country four piece. Featuring Jenny Don't, Kelly Halliburton (P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S., Pierced Arrows), Christopher March and Sam Henry (Wipers), Jenny Don't and the Spurs bring a variety of musical styles and a formidable wealth of experience to the stage. Drawing from a long background of playing in some of Portlands best and most well known independent bands.

While the sound of the Spurs is original and draws from deep wells of personal experience, the band pays stylistic homage to the greats of the genre – Patsy Cline, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams Sr., Loretta Lynne, and all the rest of the real players from the 1940s and 50s - an era where the lines between Rock’n’Roll and Country were blurred, where the likes of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and Carl Perkins could tour together and nobody would bat an eye.

Jenny Don't and the Spurs have released a limited-edition 7" vinyl 45 on Fred Cole's label Tombstone Records and their debut album on Doomtown Sounds before. After nearly 300 live appearances around their native northwest, up and down the west coast, and on two successful European tours, the band returned to the studio to record their sophomore album, the aptly titled “Call of the Road”.

Jenny Don’t was nominated for “Outlaw Female” for Dale Watson's Ameripolitan Awards based in Austin, Texas. The album "Call Of The Road" charted at #32 In the Americana Music Charts. The Spurs also just signed on with Leafy Green Booking for the US and with Fluff and Gravy Records for their next album.

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/2041180136185776/

Mo 17.06.2019
19.00 Uhr
Musik   Punkfilmfest Berlin Booking: SHITHäTT (post punk from Ireland) + support

door 7 pm, show 8 pm ( from 10 pm STRANGE TUNES ON MONDAY)

SHITHäTTformed on Valentines Day 2017. They played their first gig 6 weeks later. They spent the rest of 2017 honing their live set at gigs all over Ireland. In February 2018 they self-released their first EP. A video for one of the songs from the EP, PUMA, was released a couple of months later. In March 2018 they embarked on their first tour of the UK, including a Paddy's Day special in London with a number of other independent Irish artists. They spent the summer of 2018 playing the Irish festival scene including Knockanstockan, Nowhere Else Fest and the last ever Warzone fest in Belfast. In September of the same year they played at the GGI festival in Groningen and supported Kraut-rock legends Embryo in Hamburg. They are currently working on their second EP which will be released in early 2019.
 
https://www.facebook.com/somelikeithatt/

Do 20.06.2019
19.00 Uhr
Musik   Punkfilmfest Berlin Booking: The Run Up (melodic Punk/ UK) + Laureate (Punkrock/Canada)

door 7 pm, show 8 pm ( from 10 pm with DJ)

With their spirited and heartfelt live shows, UK punks The Run Up have carved out a strong reputation in their homeland scene in the three years they’ve been together.
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"Laureate, a Montreal-based four-piece, have somehow managed to harness all the crucial elements of what was so essential about ‘90s punk rock – Marshall stacks, obligatory backing vocals, lyrics about girls, Samiam worship, an out-of-focus microphone as cover artwork, a cute bass player and synchronized jumps. God I miss the ‘90s."
-ominocity.com
 
https://www.facebook.com/laureatemtl/
https://www.facebook.com/therunupuk/

Do 27.06.2019
19.00 Uhr
Spezial   Lesung mit YOK (Quetschenpaua) präsentiert vom Punkfilmfest Berlin Booking

Nichts Bleibt!door 7 pm, reading 8:30 pm ( from 10 pm with DJ)

Yok liest für euch aus seiner Autonomografie


Nichts bleibt
Die Quetschenpaua-Autonomografie


Wer fast 1400 Auftritte und eine doppelt so hohe Anzahl an Taxischichten gerissen hat, weiß einiges zu erzählen. Yok berichtet vom Aufwachsen in einer westdeutschen Kleinstadt und seiner Politisierung im Zuge der Anti-AKW-Kämpfe. Sein Weg führte ihn von Hamburg nach Westberlin. Er erlebte dort den Fall der Mauer und erzählt aus dem Blickwinkel eines autonomen Aktivisten von den vielfältig geführten politischen Kämpfen. Sein Werdegang in der alternativen Subkultur wird genauso umrissen wie sein jahrzehntelanges Wirken in Bands wie Tod und Mordschlag, Revolte Springen, Option weg und natürlich seine Zeit als Quetschenpaua.

Die Erfahrung, in Rostock-Lichtenhagen und in Hoyerswerda einem Nazimob gegenüberzustehen, sind ebenso Teil seines Lebens wie der musikalische Weg durch die rotzfreche Asphaltkultur. Yok malt ein umfassendes Bild von seinem Leben außerhalb des Mainstreams, skizziert politische Bewegungen in selbstverwalteten Zentren, Kommunen, besetzten Häusern und Wagenburgen. Das Buch endet im Jahr 2046 und berichtet auf den letzten Seiten sehr genau, warum es trotzdem Grund zur Hoffnung gibt …

https://pocketpunk.so36.net
https://www.ventil-verlag.de/titel/1847/nichts-bleibt

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