Rescheduled: Gigi Masin and Floating Spectrum / Wednesday, 21.10.2020
We cordially invite you to what we had planned to be our Kiezsalon 2020 season opener. The new rescheduled event features shows from Italian ambient pioneer Gigi Masin, and Taiwanese audio technologist Floating Spectrum plus Mexico-born, Berlin-based Baby Vulture on the decks.
Since the release of Gigi Masin’s pathbreaking 1986 debut LP ‚Wind‘, his intricate and at times emotive compositions take the listener into a realm of contemplation, a spellbound mindstate where time and space appear to dissolve.
Floating Spectrum’s music blends synths, meditative drones, and heavily processed samples with layered environmental soundscapes. Mei-Fang Liau’s sonic journeys explore themes of growth, decay, and the contradictory place of humans within nature.
Born in Mexico, Daniela Huerta is a Berlin-based artist whose work oscillates between performance art, sound design, and multimedia projects. As Baby Vulture, she has developed her own genre-bending style of DJing.
Since 2015 the Kiezsalon has offered a forum for innovative musical activity beyond genre boundaries. As an interface between avant-garde, advanced pop music and interdisciplinary art, the series presents compact performances by artists of diverse genres, origin and status. Initiated by Digital in Berlin and based at one of the last authentic locations in Berlin – the 120-year-old Musikbrauerei. Following 5 exciting years, the Kiezsalon has established itself as one of the most popular and successful series in Berlin, so far hosting more than 100 acts from 32 countries.
Gigi Masin and Floating Spectrum
Decks: Baby Vulture
**NEW DATE: Wednesday, 21st October 2020** | Doors 20:00 CET | Start 21:00 CET
Musikbrauerei | Greifswalder Strasse 23a in 10407 Berlin/Prenzlauer Berg
There is limited capacity to the salon. We recommend to buy tickets in advance and sign up for personal invitations: https://kiezsalon.de/news
Photo © Riccardo Romani
The Kiezsalon is curated by Michael Rosen and funded by Senate Department for Culture and Europe.