Interbellum + Scar Polish + DJ OffCourse
Doors 19:00 / Start 21:00 / Donation
folk / noise / ambient – Lebanon
Beirut-born Berlin-based singer-songwriter Karl Mattar presents his latest album “Our House Is Very Beautiful at Night”, “a beautiful and frequently head-spinning indie-folk-rock-noise record, encompassing everything from charming and straightforward pop rock to acoustic folk songs to fuzzy, layered psychedelia” (Rosy Overdrive). The album explores the notion of ghosts as intergenerational trauma, on a personal and collective level. Its 15 tracks deal with memory, time and the past, casting intimate trauma as a microcosm of Lebanon’s unending cycles of violence, unearthing the crypts where memories and postmemories lie buried.
electronica / psych rock / ambient – UK
Berlin-based Scar Polish, moniker to British-born Robin Fisher, is the final product of a transition phase. Taking an indie rock upbringing and switching things up with the inclusion of deranged electronics, Scar Polish takes a new musical leap into dream psychedelia, gritty sampling and ethereal soundscapes, yet keeping it playful, personal, lo-fi to its fullest and, most importantly, doing DIY justice.