Gerichtstraße 23, Hof V.
13347 Berlin

Events

Dimension Latina
Samstag um 23:00
Das Zündet presents:
Dimension Latina

19.10.19

Diskohengst ( Das Zündet, Kreyol)
Nave Migratoria (Vinileros del Trópico)

As the name suggets, 'Dimension Latina' is meant to be a night full of latinamerican sounds, catching the variety of highly danceable music of the late sixties to the early eighties. Taking you from New Yorican Boogaloo, Latin Soul and Fania Salsa dura over to Guajiras panameñas, Colombian Cumbias, Gaitas, Guaguancos and Descargas, not forgetting the rich Afrosounds of the Carribean coast, mixing it with psychedelic Cumbias from Lima and the peruvian Selva. Ok, and some brazilian classics shouldnt be missed as well. Suena sobroso no?
All Vinyl. One Love.

Urban Base Jam "Autumn Sessions" @Panke
23.10 um 20:00
The Urban Base Community is hosting Jams every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at Panke in Wedding. We welcome you to join us. Vocalists and instrumentalists this is the perfect place to collaborate and create bands. Artists and music lovers this is for you.

23rd of October @8 p.m. - 3 a.m. LIVE
w/ Joel Holmes & the Urban Base Community Band

>>> Urban Base play live sessions of Hip Hop, Neo Soul, Funk, Jazz, Future, Afro, Electro, Singer Songwriter and feel good music. You are in for a treat !

Entry -
5 euros 8pm-10pm (6 Euros after 10pm)
Musicians 5 euros,

Program:
8 pm -Doors open
Urban Base warm up DJ Set -

10:00pm Konzert begin
program: The Urban Base house band opens the session

10:30pm- Jam Session

1:30am -Late night DJ set:

What is the Urban Base Community?

The Urban Base ist eine Gemeinschaft, geschaffen, um dazu beizutragen, einigen der feinsten Talenten
Berlins aus allen Bereichen der urbanen Kunst und Kultur bei der Erreichung der internationalen Präsenz zu
verhelfen. Unser Focus liegt auf Kontaktknüpfungn, dem anbieten urbaner Events und der Bildung von
Menschen.

Urban Base Community Goal : Wir planen, mindestens 3 Events (einen Workshop und 2 audiovisuelle Vorstellungen) monatlich für die Gemeinschaft anzubieten. DIY (Do It Yourself) und DIWO (Do It With Others) Workshops, Vorträge und Kurse von Fachleuten der Branche, Treffen für Information / dem Teilen von Erfahrungen und Jam-Sessions für Künstler und Anfänger. Die urbane Kultur verdient es, hervorgehoben zu werden und Teil der Geschichte zu werden. Unserer Ansicht nach, ist das Projekt von Kultur- und Zeitgeschichte. Unser Webportal wird deswegen nicht nur eine Kommunikationsbrücke, sondern auch ein Archiv sein, mit Zugang zu Videos von unseren Workshops, Konzerten etc.

Video:
www.facebook.com/375538652644787/videos/698793526985963/

Dltlly+D&DL // CoEvent#5 Berlin // 26.10 > Panke
26.10 um 15:00
Don't Let The Label Label You
+ DU & DEINE LINES
CoEvent#5

LineUp:
- Karanova vs SnakeHeadRhyme
- Master Marv vs MC Rabiat
- A-Ron vs Nika
- Plural vs Milio
- Schlawin0r vs Cartoon
- Morgana vs Nick Shit

Peace!

deviate w/ Fuj & Kit Curse, Kami, Dub Isotope, Busted Fingerz
26.10 um 23:00
With the switch into longer nights we are bringing some dark heavyweight vibes to Panke late Autumn. Drawn in to eerie yet classic dubstep basslines and the autonomic, half-time, rolling and unnerving sounds in DnB. The last deviate for 2019 is not to be missed.

Line-up:
► Fuj (Amsterdam)
Ronin Ordinance // ONSET AUDIO // Flexout Audio //
Dispatch Recordings
soundcloud.com/Fuj

► Kit Curse (Munich)
Ronin Ordinance // ONSET AUDIO // Conspired Within // Breakitdown Munich
soundcloud.com/kit-curse

► KAMI (Hamburg)
Bassment
soundcloud.com/kamakami

► Busted Fingerz (Berlin)
Silent Motion // Version Collective
soundcloud.com/bustedfingerz
bustedfingerz.bandcamp.com/

► Dub Isotope (Berlin)
UNITY
soundcloud.com/dub-isotope

► Sammy B (Berlin) Birthday Set
deviate
soundcloud.com/deviatemate

What is deviate? - A bass event series launched in Berlin in 2018 to depart from accepted norms in the break-beat dance scene. Emphasis on promoting less known producers and DJ's, under-rated artists, female artists, and encouraging diverse sets without discrimination.

Feminine Hi-Fi & Aghata Saan meet Roots Daughters & friends
Vom 01.11 bis zum 02.11
Greetings to one and all,

The Roots Daughters and Panke invite you to a night full of vibes, exclusive du plate and vinyl selections, live mc-ing and feminine energy.
Put on your dancing shoes and come jam with us while we are breaking down barriers with the uplifting power of reggae music - LIONESSES ROAR!

Feminine Hi-Fi is a project born in 2016 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Their goal is to emphasize the role of women in sound system culture and promoting reggae as a tool of resistance against all forms of oppression and discrimination. Their musical selection takes you on a journey through all eras of Jamaican music and correlated Brazilian productions, uplifted by a live freestyle on the instrumental flipside of the vinyl (so called "riddims") by brazilian recording artist Aghata Saan

local support:
Roots Daughters were founded in 2009 - a duo of serious soundsystem addicts and roots music lovers from Pula (Croatia). After years of being part of Dub Lab Crew in Ljubljana (Slovenia), they continue their mission in Berlin in 2013.
Their focus lies in creating a safe space for female* artists and selectresses, promoting events which represent the activists in the scene.
Heavily inspired by jamaican soundsystem culture, they use the sessions as a platform for networking, sharing knowlegde, developing skills and empowering one another.
Another goal is to acknowlegde and pay tribute to the great female* artists which have been criminally underrated or unheard of in the past by playing their tunes to help spread the message in the music - Equal rights and justice for all!
In their sets you can hear reggae and dub in all it's beauty & versatility from foundation to 2019 - and you can always count on surprises regarding genre and style.

All tribes welcome <3
No racism, fascism, sexism, homophobia in the dance!
Love we a deal with!

Deck 2 Deck // All Night Long!
01.11 um 18:00
TBA

There´s been trouble in paradise
01.11 um 20:00
"There´s been trouble in paradise" is a poetically orchestrated performative work of movements, words and sounds.

„...and when we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard nor welcomed but when we are silent we are still afraid. So it is better to speak remembering we were never meant to survive“— Audre Lorde, “The Black Unicorn”
Cultural fear is a widespread manipulation tool designed to destort reality and steer people into making emotional rather than reasoned choices. Politics, religion and the elite have mastered numerous strategies in order to inject fear and dictate submission. The result is insidious and deadly. Fear and anxiety in public discourse and relationships create feelings of complete hopelessness, guilt and panic, breeds silent anger, limits visions, numbs reflexes. It affects the way people interact with one another as individuals and as democratic agents.
This is an eerie environment in which we are asked to function in. Can we?

Concept, Direction, Choreography: Litsa Kiousi
Co-creation & Performance: Achilleas Chariskos, Litsa Kiousi
Sound: Alexandros Drymonitis
Costumes & Cover Image: Le Lektra

Get your tickets here: bit.ly/2kSptzW or at the door

Thank you Panke and Mixing Roots Productions for your very kind support!

#performance #performingarts #dance #livesound #noise #pankeculture #berlin

Nuclear Identity is on - going
09.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

XI20 / Panke / European Club Night
09.11 um 20:00
We are very happy to be part of the European Club Night series in Berlin, supporting a good cause in collaboration with the Club commission.

The European Club Night gives us the opportunity to come together through music and to create awareness about the social and cultural significance that the 30th anniversary that the fall of the Berlin Wall marks.

Panke e.V. collaborate with the legendary DIY club XI20 in Vilnius, Lithuania. XI20 is a community run space with strong punk background. Opened over ten years ago it still keeps it's semi-legal status and provides a space with a stage, a kitchen, a shower, 4 rehearsal rooms and a small workshop. We run 1 to 5(!) shows every week and currently have 5 or 6 bands rehearsing on a constant basis. At least 3 university degree thesis were written in the dark corners of the place. The venue space feels crammed with 100 people inside, but we had shows attended by 300 people or more, we still don't know how did they manage to fit in.

PROGRAMME:

Exhibition "Post - Nuclear Identity" by Neringa Rekasiute
Post - Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.
Opening 20:00 - 22:00

LINE UP:
Live Bands-->

Žvėrys Įvairūs (punk rock)

Crucial Features (grrl punk)
open.spotify.com/artist/50RlVvWBav5UFikCsLcALa?si=8nhtv0DNSJ2puMvyy-mtmQ

SLØGA (hardcore-sludge)
sloga.bandcamp.com/releases

LAPKRIČIO DVIDEŠIMTOSIOS ORKESTRAS (brass/punk/doom)
open.spotify.com/artist/6Ghys5IuSjELXdXqGnAHnL?si=azx_yQvpQe2H-zisTzHc7A

*Žvėrys Įvairūs* (Beasts miscellaneous) is a punk rock band from Vilnius. The members are considered as oldtimers in Vilnius punk environment, some of them you could meet in far 1988 with a mowhawk and quite a solid amount of safety pins. But life is changing and somehow the beasts are not anymore beasts in the true sense of the word. Probably they also afraid of liver cirrhosis as it is realistic in their case. At least they still feel dependency for punk rock, not so pistols style, not so political rant, more into depresive lone howl. Some say they know how to play their guitars.

*Crucial Features* - Catchy riffs, dynamic vocals and vigorous drums are the tools the band uses to serve their frustration towards post-soviet Lithuanian society - it's always fast, angry and will make you stamp your feet.

*SLØGA* - Formed in 2014 from a few members of the XI20 collective in Vilnius, SLØGA plays noisy melodic hardcore-sludge with psychedelic tendencies, vibes of confusion and anger.

*LAPKRIČIO DVIDEŠIMTOSIOS ORKESTRAS* is a brass/punk/doom orchestra from the legendary DIY club XI20. Band is formed by a handful of terrible people referring to themselves exclusively as Partners. Despite Partners' very minimal human attractiveness they are eager gig players. Invite them and they will play the Sunshine-set and right after a break the Sunset one. You will dance and be happy, but then your hair will turn silver.

DJ set by:
*DJ Jankis* Satirical look at Eastern European TRAP library

Doors: 20h
Concerts start: 22h
Entry: Donation based

More information on: europeanclubnight.berlin
and on our website: www.pankeculture.com

Nuclear Identity is on - going
10.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Nuclear Identity is on - going
11.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Nuclear Identity is on - going
12.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Nuclear Identity is on - going
13.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Nuclear Identity is on - going
14.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Nuclear Identity is on - going
15.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

BOPP KOGN Festival #4
15.11 um 22:00
Bopp Kogn Festival & Pankes Culture
with Beat Kollektiv & Friends Present:
*** BERLIN SOULi PARTY ***

> English v.
Together as one is definitely the best way to make dreams happen and Bopp Kogn Crew make this huge connection between best Friends at Panke (the place to be), in Wedding (the Soul of Berlin City).

There is no description for this Event ! its will be just AMAZING !
Prepare yourself for a night full of Djs and Producers who will give you nice bouncing Hip Hop * Soul * Jazz * Afro * Latin * Disco * Boogie * Funk * Electronica vibes all night long till the early morning.
Save the date, tell your friends, come early and dance with us !

> German v.
In bester Gesellschaft, das ist definitiv der beste Weg, seine Träume zu realisieren. Und genau das macht das Bopp Kogn Team, indem es die besten Freunde zusammenbringt, in der Panke, dem place to be, in der Seele Berlins: dem Wedding.

Es gibt keine Beschreibung für dieses Event ! dass wird GAEL !
Sei bereit für eine Nacht voll Deejays und Produzenten, die euch mit bouncing Hip Hop beats und mit * Soul * Jazz * Afro * Latin * Disco * Boogie * Funk * Electronica vibes bis in die frühen Morgenstunden beschallen werden.
Lade deine Freunde ein, komm früh und tanz bis spät mit uns!

*** LINE UP ***
> Marian Tone
> Educut
> Lucky Loop
> Arcadehead
> Soulski
> Mr Nylson
> Soulix
> Dope est Dope


Follow us for Updates:
-> https:// www.instagram.com/ boppkognfestival/
-> www.facebook.com/boppkogn/
-> www.bopp-kogn.africa

Nuclear Identity is on - going
16.11 um 18:00
Nuclear Identity is on - going photo project by Lithuanian photographer Neringa Rekasiute. It focuses on a small town in Lithuania, experiencing identity crisis after the closure of the nuclear power plant.

Visaginas was built in 1975 as a planned town to accommodate workers from all over Soviet Union, coming specifically to work in a newly built atomic reactor. The town became a unique phenomena - residents were almost the same age, with university degrees predominantly in engineering, but dif-ferent in ethnicities, languages and religions. The town was a “Soviet Utopia come true” - rich, high-ly educated and modern town, surrounded by forests and lakes.

The nuclear power plant was a source of identity and pride for newly arrived residents. Most of the town inhabitants were one way or another related to the atomic reactor. Unsurprisingly, the closure of the plant came at a great economic and psychological cost to the town residents.

Today Visaginas has an image of a Russian speaking town, alien and unknown to most of the Lith-uanians. The town’s remote location, multicultural fabric and language difference adds up to the alienation. In Lithuanian mass media, Visaginas often is portrayed as pro-Russian town with sepa-ratist moods, which enforces already existing stereotypes and deepens social differentiation.

Lithuania’s transition from communist to capitalist country had strong effects inside the towns such as Visaginas, where one factory or power plant sustained the whole settlement. Today relicts of the past are lingering, anger of the “greatness lost” simmers in the background, nostalgia flourishes, but the new generation of Visaginians are trying to find new, post-nuclear identities and move forward completely.

Pitch Black (NZ): Live in Berlin
16.11 um 21:00
Dubmission Records are proud to present a night of outernational bass music, featuring live performances by Pitch Black (New Zealand) and Qnp (Berlin), plus DJ sets from Bill Robin (South London HiFi) and Crazy Baldhead (Dubmission Records)

Advance tickets - €10 +b/f from bit.ly/2XsFF97
Door price €15

PITCH BLACK
Pitch Black are Michael Hodgson and Paddy Free. Having pumped their way through New Zealand’s electronic music scene since their inaugural performance at the annual Gathering New Year's eve festival in 1996, they have spent the subsequent years rousing dance floor punters, generating rave reviews, winning awards and gaining thousands of fans across the world.

Hard to box into a single audio 'genre', Pitch Black is a combination of musical journeys. Their sound is distinctive; ranging from organic ambient beginnings and layered soundscapes to skanking keyboards, cutting acid riffs and thumping rhythmic grooves, with dub being the glue that holds their sound together. One critic has described them as like "Orbital meets King Tubby, or Rhythm and Sound in Technicolor".

It is their live show that really makes Pitch Black stand out from the rest of the crowd, both sonically and visually. Their tracks take on an added dynamism and their performances reveal the dialectic behind the band - Paddy wants to do it for the crowd, Michael wants to do it to the crowd. Visually they are in another dimension thanks to Michael's cutting edge visuals.

They have toured the world relentlessly, playing everywhere from Amsterdam to Zagreb and the streets of Las Vegas to the Australian outback, supporting acts such as Coldcut, Skream, Easy Dub All Stars and System 7 along the way.

QNP
QnP make spacious electronic sounds deeply rooted in dub, dubstep & bass music. Formed by bass veterans Brian "Beam Up" May and Barthez "Braintheft" their live shows have been rattling ribcages around Berlin since late 2017.