1. the Notwist - RunRunRun live at Melt Festival 2014

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    THE NOTWIST TOURDATES 2015 Buy Tickets Here: http://www.notwist.com/live 2015-06-19 Stolberg bei Aachen (DE) — Zinkhütter Hof 2015-06-20 Neuhausen- Ob Eck (DE) — Southside Festival 2015-06-21 Scheessel (DE) — Hurricane Festival 2015-08-08 Aichach (DE) — Stereowald Festival 2015-08-09 Castelbuono (IT) — Ypsigrock Festival 2015-08-13 St. Malo (FR) — La Route Du Rock Festival (performing Neon Golden) 2015-08-14 Basel (CH) — Open Air 2015-08-15 Bochum (DE) — Ruhrtriennale 2015-09-21 Schorndorf (DE) — Manufaktur (w/ Aloa Input) 2015-09-22 Strassburg (FR) — La Laiterie (w/ Aloa Input ) 2015-09-23 Paris (FR) — Trabendo (w/ Aloa Input ) 2015-09-24 Rouen (FR) — Le 106 (w/ Aloa Input ) 2015-09-26 Ludwigshafen (DE) — Theater im Pfalzbau (w/ Aloa Input) 2015-11-27 Pontins Prestatyn Holiday Park (GB) — ATP 2.0

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    • Joasihno - Dream Of A Disappearing Friend

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      Production: Georg Reiser / Picture Planet Cinematography by Jenny Lou Ziegel Directed by Markus Wambsganss From “A Lie” [Alien Transistor # N 33, 2013] http://www.joasihno.de http://www.alientransistor.de

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      • joasihno - oh boy

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        paintings by maximilianstephan.com video directed and edited by cico beck music by joasihno.de album out on alientransistor.de

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        • Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra - Saturn Hoola Hoop

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          andromedameo.com/ alientransistor.de New Album: BUM BUM out on Alien Transistor May 11, 2012 (Worldwide) May 22, 2012 (US) contact: info(at)alientransistor.de Booking: info(at)soniqperformingarts.com>+ Filmed live @ Haus der Berliner Festpiele, Berlin 02 November 2011 Film By Stephan Talneau Camera: Philipp Griess, Ana Furelos, Oliver Koelle, Kai-Uwe Schulenburg Editing: Stephan Talneau Produced by Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra TIn May 2009, the 18-piece Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra, conducted by Berlin composer Daniel Glatzel, released their amazing first album “Take Off!” a crazy white-water rafting tour through all genres and styles imaginable, from minimalism to film scores, and from jazz to modern classical music and beyond. Clever, full of sly musical references and quotations, it couldn’t be beaten for pace and wit. Or so we thought. Now Glatzel and his orchestra are back for a second instalment that leaves us breathless with its incredible richness. “BUM BUM” is not predictable for a single second, adding darker tones and atmospheres to the orchestra’s boundless musical pedigree. AMEO might be fun but they are far from easy listening. Glatzel is not fainthearted and no music is untouchable for him, Using his knowledge about modern pop, muzak, baroque composition, gamelan music and the Second Viennese School he sends both orchestra and audience on a journey through time. “Take off!” was recorded live by the whole orchestra, but “BUM BUM” was created in the studio. Almost every instrument was recorded separately, each track was edited and re-arranged by computer. This method of producing is common for pop music, but not for jazz or modern classical. The orchestra is dismantled and reassembled in a new way which would simply not be possible live. Complexity is not an end in itself, though. Compositions and arrangements have a kind of casual sovereignty. Glatzel and his orchestra seem to be in love with every form of music - swing, Schönberg in his romantic phase, jazz from the Fifties, soundtracks, radio jingles... this list could probably go on forever. Wicked humour and deadly seriousness are two sides of the same coin. This is post-ironic world-jazz. A musical cabaret, in which everything can be marvelled or laughed at, depending on perspective and context. Glatzel bombards us with an astonishing range of musical influences. However, this doesn’t make the audience feel helpless, but instead abandon themselves completely. Just give yourself up to fate and scream as the roller coaster is set in motion. As soon as we are seized by a groove, a succesion of notes, a harmony, a voice from a completely different world of sound throws us off track and the mood changes as the orchestra spirals to heady heights. Pleasure is gained by sensory overload. Compositional concepts interrupt each other, cut in, drown each other out. Soundtracks of imaginary American gangster movies are replaced by fizzing harp-arpeggios, then by the clatter of a Big Band jazz band. Nothing is ever what it seems. At least that’s what we think.

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          • le melancomique de gisela hartmann

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            non official musicvideo for 3 shades, shot in berlin 2011 on a 5d. no need for a setdresser. - all props and costumes were already there. gisela is one of the funniest grannys i have ever met and i hope the almighty keeps her healthy and strong. she should smoke a bit less palll malll. 3 packages a day is a way too much. big shouts to a great personality. thank you gisela!

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            • the Notwist - Music No Music - Trailer

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              Let there be sound! Jörg Adolph's playful On-the-road documentary follows the face-off of two bands that are both quite fond of experimentation. Noisecore, Minimal Elektro, Freejazz, anything goes. The Notwist and the Andremoda Mega Express Orchestra ignore genre boundaries as they hop from style to style, channeling their way through polymorphic soundscapes, wild and beautiful. From the recording of Notwist's "The Devil, You + Me" album, via collective rehearsals in Berlin, to concerts in Hamburg, Amsterdam and Munich: these kindred spirits always try to improve, try to refine the patterns and arrangements. It seems as if the musicians’ main concern is to keep the songs in constant motion - Music Not Music. And the film reflects the sounds it documents: a rough and ready virtuosity, full of ease and focused dedication at the same time. It is about the awareness of young musicians far away from the lights of multi-platform stardom. And it documents of the end of the first decade of the new millenium. "There’s no escape from this circling place."

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              • 13 & God - Its Own Sun

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                from the sophomore LP, Own Your Ghost. http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/own-your-ghost/id437955038 directed by Markus Acher and Anton Kaun. www.anticon.com www.alientransistor.de

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                • 13 & God - "Armored Scarves" Preview

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                  13 & God - Own Your Ghost available May 17 from Anticon (US) / May 6 from Alien Transistor (EU).

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                  • 13 & God - "Unyoung" Preview

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                    13 & God - Own Your Ghost available May 17 from Anticon (US) / May 6 from Alien Transistor (EU).

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