We are looking forward to nunofyrbeeswax, Friday 17th 7:30pm
Nunofyrbeeswax write and play a bunch of pop songs as raw as their hearts in a minimal set up. Their sound has been described as an idiosyncratic blend of garage rock, post punk and “proto-indie” for whatever that means. Their music escapes easy associations, however, they have reminded audiences of bands such as Half Japanese, the Velvet Underground, The Ex, The Fall, Beat Happening, B52s and The Cramps. Davide and Angela became good friends in London, UK, sometime in 2007. They met casually as flat mates. Just a few months after they got to know each other, Angela left the UK. Just a few days before Angela’s departure the two ended up record shopping whereas D picked up a copy of the Nuggets compilation and suggested it to A. She bought it and dug it ever since. Until that point no music was in the picture, but that album somehow built a foundation and a common understanding of what sounded good. A few years later they met again in Berlin and started playing music
as a 4-piece band. That was The Fingers. Within two years the band recorded an album and played quite a few shows in Berlin and around. By the end of this experience, the two wanted to carry on
making songs but in a different and fresh way: by stripping it down to the bare minimum and perhaps forget about music as intended in terms of genres or fashion or life-style or whatever. Since then Nunofyrbeeswax released a 3-song demo in January 2016. In the same year they released their first album On Everything via Black Bug Records / Et Mon Cul C’est du Tofu?. In May 2017 a live EP was released from a recent show recorded in Madrid that followed a tour in Northern Europe and the UK. In April 2018 the band released a new EP called “Music Don’t Matter” to remind their audiences that many and many more factors come into play while appreciating and digging music. The album is out on cassette and digital formats via Cruel Nature Records.
Foto by @steven thirsty
Martina Bertoni | EinarIndra
In A Paradise You Would Be Happy
It was a great honour and a special pleasure to celebrate Martina Bertoni’s Record Release Concert at Orange ‘Ear at the 8th of June 2018!
This is a release concert to celebrate the birth of In a Paradise You Would Be Happy, the first solo production from Berlin based cellist Martina Bertoni. Tracks and loops and drones from a nightly journey in a remote non existent darkwood.
We was very happy that we could welcome again a very special guest from Iceland
EinarIndra played a concert at the 6th of May
6th of May – Doors: 7:30pm – concert starts at 8pm sharp!!
einarIndra is an electronic musician from Iceland who mixes smooth electronics with his distinct vocal manipulation. At its core let’s call it electronic music, but with that certain singer/songwriter feel to it, einarIndra’s sound is best described as electronic soul music. His big retro synth sound and high pitch vocals are characteristic over the smooth textures of pads and futuristic beats or as The Indie Shuffle put it: einarIndra has mastered a perfectly balanced mix of smooth electronics and gorgeous vocal manipulation
He´s released three e.p´s on the highly acclaimed Icelandic electronic label Möller Records and has been apparent in the Icelandic music scene with a growing attention worldwide.
“Our new favorite sad midnight laptop musician einarIndra keeps dropping sensuous slowcore electronica tracks as if they´re coming of a conveyor belt, always with imaginative production flourishes that make him stand out..” – Reykjavík Grapevine
Special thx to Katharina Tress for the 2nd camera
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