I Think I Broke Something (ITIBS) combines an intense electronic sound with strong influences from metal and punk. At its core, ITIBS is a duo featuring JT and MST. Live, …
Rave-tastic duo, Ostblockschlampen (Bitches From East Bloc) deliver a full throttle EP, on POLICE RECORDS this summer. The lead track “Signs” is the official soundtrack for the Sputnik Spring Break Festival taking place this May, featuring Vitalic, Boris Dlugosch, Bookashade, Ostblockschlampen and many more.
MarKus Lange & Vanilla defy categorisation, deriving influences from Techno to punk, Pop to rock, Ostblockschlampen continue to bring their brand of upfront party tunes to the masses.
The amazing Mad Kate—renowned performance artist, writer, dancer, and vocalist with a musical background in punk, soul, folk, house and rock n’ roll—has teamed up with The Tide—experimental guitarist and producer—to create the performance project of our times—multilayered, hyperlinked, interdisciplinary—and as much skilled performance as it is a pleasure to listen to.
Mad Kate is an American living and working in Berlin since 2004. She integrates her skills as a singer, mover, writer and conceptual artist, working in general with themes about sexuality, gender, sex positivism, and human rights. She was one of the members of the Queer X Tour that toured Europe in 2009, captured on film by Emilie Jouvet in the queer-feminist road documentary “Too Much Pussy” (also shown at the SXSW Film Festival in 2011).
Techno maverick, Vitalic, will release his eagerly anticipated album, ‘Rave Age’ on October 22nd through Different Recordings. Renowned for his blistering, sought after productions, Vitalic will up the ante with an incendiary, brand new live show coming to a venue near you later this year.
Mixed by legendary production wizard, Stephane Alf Briat, known for his work with Air and Phoenix, ‘Rave Age’ is a ballsy, firecracker of an album that showcases not just a passion for big room, electro smashers and electronica, but a broad set of influences that stretch from punk and film soundtracks to disco and indie dance.