This is the first night of the TOKIO-JERUSALEM-BERLIN festival killekill is organizing in this week.
The night features a hilarious, fabulous and unique line up including some of the best experimental artists from Berlin and Japan! Definitely a highlight and a must.
"kyoka is an innovative, yet insane little japanese vixin who does not seem to care about boundaries or limits." - Shane Gibson (playing guitar for KoRn)
"Panic! It's sounds like a toy box turned up side down. How can she make such pretty & chaotic sounds!? I love it!" - Ryuichi Sakamoto (musician)
Takeshi Nishimoto (born in Fukuoka, Japan) is a classically-trained guitarist and composer. In addition to collaborations with diverse artists like sitar master Rahul Sakyaputra to John Tejada, Nishimoto has also performed extensively as a solo artist. Since 2002, Nishimoto has been signed to CITY CENTRE OFFICES and in October 2008, ihs coop projct with John Tejada I'M NOT A GUN released the fourth full-length album entitled Mirror from PALETTE Recordings.
Frank Bretschneider works as a musician, composer and video artist in Berlin. His work is known for precise sound placement, complex, interwoven rhythm structures and its minimal, flowing approach. Described as „abstract analogue pointilism“, „ambience for spaceports“ or „hypnotic echochamber pulsebeat“, Bretschneider‘s subtle and detailed music is echoed by his visuals: perfectly translated realizations of the qualities found in music within visual phenomena.
Frank Bretschneider is also co-running the infamous label RASTER-NOTON and has been releasing his work through several other record labels including 12k, Mille Plateaux, Quatermass and Whatness and contributed to some well-known compilations like „Clicks & Cuts“ on Mille Plateaux or Raster-Noton‘s „20' To 2000“ series.
Luis Ortiz and Lars Ullrich are the artists behind this industrial factory of errors and probabilities created through manipulated recordings, noise, feedbacks, and the use of tools and instruments created through a graphical development environment for music and multimedia. The ideology behind this project focuses on the creation of sound art and the exploration of a music devoid of intent.
The work of Fehlfaktor exploits the physical properties of sound, its causality with human perception and mathematics as music, time and space. FF concerts are a fusion of art visual and sound experimentation.