Radio Panik live with some interviews and live music.
Circle (FIN) + Felix Kubin (Ger) + Coolhaven (NL) + guest star MARK BOOMBASTIK (GER).
!!!!!! Saturday 27th August 2016 - Parc Koekelberg / Elizabeth Parc ( M 2/6 halte Simonis / Elisabeth )
Doors 19h - 1st act at 19.30 - 1st concert at 20.00 - End at 24h
Kicking of are our Dutch ice-cold friends of COOLHAVEN (NL). Coolhaven is a flexible group that flows in a realistic-capitalistic manner if needed and dries up where fluid is redundant. _since about 1999 coolhaven is engaged in all sorts of disciplines: performances, films, rock music, radio plays, theater, and dry hermetic art. /
Coolhaven is Hajo Doorn, Lukas Simonis and Peter Fengler
CIRCLE (FIN): their eclectic style is "ever changing, ever Circular", classified into genres such as progressive, Krautrock, ambient, heavy metal, speed-kraut, and avant-rock, among others. On some albums they have defined themselves as New Wave of Finnish Heavy Metal
FELIX KUBIN (GER) is coming to bring you a set w/ guest star MARK BOOMBASTIK (GER).
Felix Kubin is one of electronic music’s most dynamic and versatile performers. A lovechild of the home recording era, his activities include futuristic pop, radio plays (Hörspiele), electroacoustic music, and works for chamber orchestra. Kubin’s music is saturated with enthusiasm for disharmonic pop, industrial noise, and 20th-century avant-garde music.
Felix Kubin is a Hamburg-based artist, whose various experiments and epithets include radio playwright, composer of futurist and dadatronic experimental pop as well as chamber orchestra music, filmmaker, incendiary performer, record label owner, lecturer and curator.
Born in Hamburg from the spark of a meteor, this multi-instrumentalist found his musical focus when he got his hands on a Korg synthesizer in the early 1980s. Since then he has become a prolific composer, producer and performer, working across the fields of theatre, animation, film, radio art and electronic music, much of it containing his dark humour and manic-retro perspective on the surreal mindstates that developed behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War.