Discwoman

Find Me In The Dark x Discwoman @ Corsica Studios, Sep 9

8 September 2016

Find Me In The Dark and Discwoman present an all night party at Corsica Studios on September 9.

There will be two live performances by Rrose and J.Albert, and DJ sets by Volvox, Umfang, Debonair, re:ni & Sybil, and Asquith.

Volvox and Umfang finally come to London bringing their natural ability to blend the darker sides of electronic music with techno, electro, brittle, and cracking acid. Rrose returns to Find Me In The Dark as a very special guest, having played two previous Stroboscopic Artefacts showcases. Debonair will play a diverse selection of music with an immense ability to shift between genres. re:ni & Sybil are well-versed in sets of “crunchy techno and dusty, scuffed electronics”. Followed by an hour of wandering electronics by Asquith.

See the FB event page for more details.**

Find Me In The Dark x Discwoman @ Corsica Studios, Sep 9

 

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Discwoman x Creamcake workshop + after-party, Aug 13

5 August 2016

New York­-based collective Discwoman and Berlin-based event organisers Creamcake have organised a DJing workshop and after-party at Berlin’s OHM on August 13.

In keeping with the transatlantic project’s mission statement —”collaborating to empower women and LGBT in electronic music” —the free event includes an intensive two-hour workshop to learn how to use CDJ 2000. No experience in music production is required, participants need only register at hi@creamcake.de and bring a USB key with their favourite music.

The workshop, running 7pm to 9pm on the Saturday will be followed by a live DJ set and after party, also at OHM, featuring DJ Haram, Bearcat, HDZiúr and Yanling.

See the FB event page for details.**

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BCR Incubator open call until Apr 25

4 April 2016

Berlin Community Radio announces a call for artists for its new BCR Incubator programme, open to applications until April 25.

Aiming to “support Berlin-based emerging electronic music talents with a special focus on underrepresentedd and marginalised voices”, the programme will include a month-long BCR radio residency, music release, live performance, and Ableton Live 9 license and training, as well as studio time and an PR support.

The jury will include BCR-founders Anastazja Moser and Sarah Miles, as well as Tabitha Thorlu-Bangura of London’s NTS Radio, Soraya Bouwier of Truants blog, Frankie Hutchinson of Discwoman, and producer and BCR presenter rRoxymore.

See the BCR website to apply and for more details.**

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