Donaustrasse 115, Berlin 12043 info@donau115.de ... Öffnungszeiten: 19:30-0?:00

DIESE WOCHE: 07.-10. MÄRZ 2018

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Mittwoch, 07. März >> Marcin Masecki and Wet Love$$ <– Heute Abend!
Donnerstag, 08. März >> Milo // Emperor X
Freitag, 09. März >> Projekt Schwedt
Samstag, 10. März >> Practically Married #2 feat Delius / Andrzejewski

Diese Woche wird experimentiert! Und am Samstag könnt ihr vor dem Konzert auch was neues ausprobieren und genießen: gedämpfte Teigtaschen oder Kimchimaki von unserer Köchin Jumo.
(ab 19 Uhr!)

HEUTE ABEND!
Mittwoch, 07. März

MARCIN MASECKI & WET LOVE$$

Feels something approaching sublime to be welcomed back at reconstituted Neukölln institution Donau115 for a show with two of the most talented cats in the neighbourhood:
pre-eminent pianist Marcin Masecki and freewheelin sax – dub experimentalist Wet Love$$.

Show some respect – dress nice, tip your bartender, say nice things.

Please note that this is a relatively early show – doors at 19:30, Wet Love$$ will play at 20:30, Marcin at some undefined point thereafter.

Artwork by Elke Foltz // elkefoltz.com
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Donnerstag, 08. März
MILO // EMPEROR X

// // // // //
Hold my train.
I can’t simply be the running man.
I mean, I’m in the running, man.
Foiled decoy: Leonard Nimoy in scorching sands.

The king’s storyteller can’t weave through social hegemony.
Heard Rory was smoking dope in the garden of Gethsemane
How’d he make a nimbus out that nihilism?
Woulda fired on him first, but the rods is missing.
// // // // //

Rory Ferreira a.k.a. Milo a.k.a. Scallops Hotel is an American rapper and producer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Disruptive jazz-stacked production sets the trap. Imagistic, hyper-literary lyrics detonate the landmine. In a live setting Milo is an untethered experimenter, improvising tracks on the fly and shattering the groove with aggressively-looped vocals and woozy, trembling tape shards.

LISTEN:
http://miloraps.bandcamp.com/album/who-told-you-to-think
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAvxKVZf0cc

INFO:
http://miloraps.com/
http://rubyyacht.com/
http://soulfolks.org/

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Chad Matheny is best known for his pop/folk/agit-electro music project Emperor X. He’ll be performing new works entirely for voice, piano, and sequencer.

LISTEN:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMf06hinN7Y

INFO:
http://emperorx.bandcamp.com/
http://twitter.com/emperorx
http://emperorx.tumblr.com/
http://crmatheny.net/

Freitag, 09. MÄRZ
PROJEKT SCHWEDT

Projekt Schwedt
“Improvised free jazz groove noise & some electronic FX“

Edith Steyer – alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
Matthias Müller – trombone
Volker Meitz – electric piano, synthesizer
Fabian Kalbitzer – electric bass
Christian Marien – drums

Five Berlin based musicians, to different degrees hailing from Improvised Music, Jazz and Electronica. Already at the first spontaneous concert, things „click“, and they go straight into the studio to record an album – with a refreshingly undogmatic attitude of having acoustic/electronic, tonal/atonal, groove/deconstructed/ambient elements on par with each other.

The concert at Donau 115 will be a special one-off: Since only 3 of 5 original players can make the gig, Projekt Schwedt have been making a virtue of necessity and will be playing with two excellent substitutes on trombone and drums.

For more info check www.projektschwedt.de

Samstag, 10. März
19:00 – 20:45
Für den kleinen Hunger vor dem Konzert:


Diesen Samstag wird Jumo wieder zwei leckere Kleinigkeiten für uns in der Küche vorbereiten:
Kimchimaki und Gedämpfte Teigtaschen
Kommt einfach ein bisschen früher in die Donau115 und genießt mit uns diese Kochkunst. Und danach geht es weiter mit feinem Ohrenschmaus.

20:30
PRACTICALLY MARRIED #2 feat. DELIUS / ANDRZEJEWSKI

DELIUS / FORDE / BANNER / ANDRZEJEWSKI PLAY HERBIE NICHOLS AND THELONIUS MONK

Tobias Delius – Sax/clarinet
Declan Forde – Piano
James Banner – Bass
Max Andrzejewski – Drums

Herbie Nichols, byname of Herbert Horatio Nichols (born Jan. 3, 1919, New York, N.Y., U.S.—died April 12, 1963, New York City), African-American jazz pianist and composer whose advanced bop-era concepts of rhythm, harmony, and form predicted aspects of free jazz.
Also celebrating 100 years of Thelonius Monk.