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November 7, 2016, 8:00 pm
Mark Wynn

Das Djäzz und In a car freuen sich auf einen Abend mit Mark Wynn aus York.

Rechtzeitig zur Tour im November wird es auch eine Tour-Single von Mark Wynn in 300er-Auflage geben. Eine Co-Produktion ... See more

October 7, 2016, 6:00 pm
PUNK SEI DANK - Satanische Rockmusik VON BLUE CHIPS to EAT / Impulsiv und Special GUEST im DJÄZZ

Total unchristliche Rockmusik, die sogar Jesus lieben würde! Am 7.10.16 knüppeln euch die folgenden Kirchenchöre die grauen Zellen frei:

BLUE CHIPS TO EAT
Die Lokalmatadore schicken sich an, mal ... See more

October 3, 2016, 7:00 pm
Sudden Infant

Joke Lanz: vocals, electronics
Christian Weber: bass
Alexandre Babel: drums

After 25 years of extensive solo works and collaborations, Sudden Infant is now operating as a three-piece band with Joke ... See more

October 1, 2016, 8:00 pm
Monkey Cave 60's Club

Michaels Birthday Bash

Best Sixites Underground Sounds with
Annie'o Seven
Billy Latzel
Sunny The Dancer
Michael Wink

September 25, 2016, 6:00 pm
Ruhrpokal - Das Finale

Fresh, fresher, Ruhrpoklal -
Große Poesie von jungen Poet_innen

Sie sind rebellisch, sie sind laut und sie gehören auf die Bretter, die die Welt bedeuten. Beim Ruhrpokal suchen wir den/die ... See more

  • Do
    01
    Sep
    2016

    Wortlaut Ruhr Poetry Slam

    20:00. Eintritt 5 EUR

    slam

    Poetry Slam ist mittlerweile im Fernsehen und auf den Bühnen der großen Theater angekommen – aber im wunderbar wilden DJÄZZ lebt er noch an seinen Wurzeln.

    Moderiert wird das Spektakel von Jason Bartsch.


  • Mi
    07
    Sep
    2016

    Chimprellas Session. Eintritt frei

    20:00 / Eintritt frei

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    TANZEN und KUSCHELN!

    Session mit den Chimprellas, der schönsten und besten Affenbande der Welt.

    Mit neuen Affen und neuen affentastischen Songs.

    Und ... selbstverständlich.. selbstgemachtem Bananenschnaps! Kommt zu uns in den Urwald !!

  • Fr
    16
    Sep
    2016

    Butterwegge & Band - ALBUM Release

    20:00 / Eintritt 10 EUR

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    Das Debutalbum "Liebe - Lyrik - Alkohol, von Herrn Butterwegge ist im Kasten und will jetzt endlich raus in die Welt. Das Erstlingswerk des singenden Kneipenwirtes aus Duisburg, erfreut sich massenhafter Vorschusslorbeeren und ist gespickt mit Fragen, aber auch Antworten zu den Wirrungen des Alltags.

    Die Liebe in all ihren in die Knie zwingenden Facetten, der Rausch der Nacht und kneipenphilosophische Lyrik aus Whiskey Tumblern sind die wesentlichen Inhalte des deutschsprachigen Albums.

    Für die bewusst in kleinem Rahmen gehaltene Release Show und eine anstehende Herbsttour, hat der feine Herr eine illustre Runde von Duisburger Nachtschwärmern bestehend aus Kai Schuhmacher, Alex Schroer, Guido Conrad und David Lagerwej um sich geschart.

    Das Album erscheint auf dem Duisburger Label "Weird Sounds" auf dem der Butterwegge auch bereits seine höchst erfolgreiche Single "Deine Wellen" veröffentlicht hat.

    Support wird an diesem Abend durch Andre Sinner gestellt. Ein Freund und Kollege vom "Rattenpack", mit dem der Butterwegge natürlich darüber hinaus weiterhin durch Deutschlands Kneipen tourt.

    Tickets gibt es ab sofort im INDIE und online unter:

    www.butterwegge-events.de

  • Do
    29
    Sep
    2016

    Funk und Soul -Session mit dem Junk-Trio

    21:00 / Eintritt frei

    Eine fette Mischung aus Funk, Soul, Jazz und Rn'B bringt mit der jungen Besetzung des Trios einen frischen Wind in die Bude.

    Mit Keys, Drums und Bass kommt der Groove auf die Bühne, alles ist da und damit die Bühne frei für eine ordentliche Ladung Soul-geladener Musik. Macht euch bereit für die jungen Jammer, neue Vibes im Anflug! Auf der Bühne: Servet Isik (b), Samuele Frijo (p), Fabio Trandafir (dr).

    Nach der Eröffnung ist die Bühne frei für jeden, dann wird gejammt...

  • Mo
    03
    Okt
    2016

    Live: Sudden Infant (Dada Punk Industrial)

    21:00 / Eintritt tba

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    After 25 years of extensive solo works and collaborations, Sudden Infant is now operating as a three-piece band with Joke Lanz, Christian Weber and Alexandre Babel.

    The international acclaimed Noise project has transformed into a Dada-Punk-Industrial unit produced by Roli Mosimann (ex Swans drummer). In the past Sudden Infant toured with Sleaford Mods and opened for Wolf Eyes, Ben Frost, Merzbow, Derek Bailey, Joan La Barbara, Thurston Moore, Jim O'Rourke and many others.

    Innumerable releases on some of the most prominent record labels in the underground scene: RRR, Harbinger Sound, Artware, Voodoo Rhythm, Blossoming Noise, Tochnit Aleph, Some Bizarre a.o. Festivals and tours in USA, Japan, Israel, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Africa and all over Europe.

    "Sudden Infant go all the way. Nothing is held back."
    - Keith Moline / The Wire

    "One of Europe's finest Noise provocateurs!"
    - Matthew Kosloff / Skyscraper Magazine

    "Fucking awesome band! I was lucky enough to witness their set live at 100 Club. Killer!"
    - Steve Crittall / The Godfathers

    Website:
    http://www.suddeninfant.com/

    YouTube:
    https://youtu.be/NI2HYQUckf0
    https://youtu.be/J-PMndUk2WQ

    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/Sudden-Infant-169263813138593/

    Soundcloud:
    https://soundcloud.com/suddeninfant

  • Do
    06
    Okt
    2016

    Wortlaut Ruhr Poetry Slam

    20:00. Eintritt 5 EUR

    slam

    Poetry Slam ist mittlerweile im Fernsehen und auf den Bühnen der großen Theater angekommen – aber im wunderbar wilden DJÄZZ lebt er noch an seinen Wurzeln.

    Moderiert wird das Spektakel von Jason Bartsch.


  • Mo
    07
    Nov
    2016

    Live: Mark Wynn

    20:00 / Eintritt tba

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    Das Djäzz und In a car freuen sich auf einen Abend mit Mark Wynn aus York.

    Rechtzeitig zur Tour im November wird es auch eine Tour-Single von Mark Wynn in 300er-Auflage geben. Eine Co-Produktion von Beau Travail/In a car mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Harbinger Sound.

    Manchem gilt das Album von Mark Wynn auf Harbinger Sound als bisheriges Album des Jahres 2016. Letztens in Brüssel hat er begeistert. Mark Wynn singt, spricht, tanzt und scheitert grandios nur begleitet von einem portablen CD-Player, der immer mal wieder den Dienst verweigert.

    The Quietus schreibt diese klugen Worte über Mark Wynn:

    He used to be known as one of the best finger-picking guitarists in the whole of York. Not New York, with its Rockefeller Center and Ghostbusters fire station. The City of York, England, with its uniformly short buildings and weekly Rick Witter 'Disco Down' DJ sets. Still, it's an accolade that doesn't come lightly and back in the day Mark Wynn found moderate success playing with the band Hijak Oscar, who supported the likes of Alabama 3 and appeared on Channel 4's Mobile Act Unsigned.

    At some point, Wynn is believed to have experienced some kind of epiphany, although certain folk describe it more in terms of a breakdown. Apparently deciding that there was a dubious, unavoidable insincerity to English white boys playing trad-blues "baby, baby" swamp-rock stuff, Wynn reinvented himself as a "word noise blah" artist: a deliberately ramshackle songwriter and performance artist who drawls outsider poetry in a Yorkshire accent over crude guitar riffs, evoking the likes of John Cooper Clarke, Mark E. Smith, Wreckless Eric and maybe even Alex Turner when he still had to travel by public transport, observing real things. The self-sabotaging behaviour of eccentrics like Frank Sidebottom and Daniel Johnston also come to mind. As well as showcasing his own compositions, Wynn's live sets would see him play a mainstream artist's CD over the PA while screaming the words "THIS IS A COVER" over the top. Sometimes he'd get naked and roll on the floor. When he caught the attention of the NME's beady eyes, being listed in their "Ones To Watch In 2015", Wynn reacted by promptly announcing his retirement from music and moving to Scotland. (He has since been coaxed into a handful of gigs as well as this compilation of "singles" which aren't actually singles but tracks lifted from various self-releases).

    Wynn probably doesn't appreciate any of the above comparisons any more than Sleaford Mods enjoy being likened incessantly to The Fall, although incidentally one of Wynn's choruses does go, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, rip off The Fall, rip off The Fall" and Sleaford Mods are loyal champions of Wynn. They've had him support them a bunch of times and Jason Williamson has said this of Wynn: "The same grey fucking cloud that followed me now hangs above him. He's got it!" Wynn, however, channels his disaffected anger in a more sardonically baffled manner than the more outright, furious ire of Williamson.

    Having said that, the opening track of The Singles is quite ranty and sweary as the singer barks popular phrases like "fucking battered", "gizza fag", "what you on about?" and "I'm not even that drunk" to a rickety lo-fi garage backing (as opposed to Sleafordian electro loops). He also sounds pretty frenzied when screaming his way through the outro to its eleventh track, even if the song in question is about Battenberg cake and the words he screams are "Mull of Kintyre".

    Before you've even placed the needle on this LP, in fact, you can tell that Wynn's a genius from his song titles alone. 'I Just Don't Understand Nick Cave'. 'I Was A Lot More Prolific When I Was Living In Greece'. 'Knee Socks'. 'She Fancies Me That One In Age Concern'. I could go on. Instead, here are a minimal number of examples of the many lyrical treats that crop up within his everyday anti-folk narratives:

    "'I've just pressed a vinyl,' he says to me. I hope you've got the loft space."

    "Don't say you're from Leeds. Unless, of course, you are. From Leeds."

    "Real sausages made by a real butcher? Well who the fuck else would make them?"

    Wynn is like the classically-trained modern artist who chooses to paint deliberately "badly" in an attempt to get closer to "the truth". Even if 'Hula Hoop Song' has quite a catchy tune and 'The Girl Who Looked Like Bobby Gillespie' goes some way to resembling a ballad, Wynn's rough, bedsit sound, provocative onstage persona and mistrust of the limelight is bound to deny him popularity, or perhaps even a moderate cult following. But who tells us more about what it's like to live in England in 2016? Is it The 1975 with their No. 1 album, O2 Academy tours and songs about celebrity parties that sound even feebler than INXS? Or is it Wynn, who neglects to sweep up the fag butts in his yard, has forgotten to pick up any milk ("bollocks!), condemns those who demand to have their tea made in a certain specific way ("well make it yourself then!") and hangs around the town observing cryptic crossword players, swaggering men and a person named John getting thrown out of a shoe shop? "Eat a corned beef sandwich in a bungalow with your nan in New Earswick, who has a bad leg but a good head," he talk-sings at one point. Even if you haven't been to New Earswick, don't have a nan and never touch corned beef, there is surely more to identify with in that single line than in the entire oeuvre of every insipid artist on the BBC's Sound Of 2016 longlist, Rat Boy included. And if that induces another fit of early retirement, I can only apologise.

    https://markwynn.bandcamp.com/

  • Do
    10
    Nov
    2016

    Wortlaut Ruhr Poetry Slam

    20:00. Eintritt 5 EUR

    slam

    Poetry Slam ist mittlerweile im Fernsehen und auf den Bühnen der großen Theater angekommen – aber im wunderbar wilden DJÄZZ lebt er noch an seinen Wurzeln.

    Moderiert wird das Spektakel von Jason Bartsch.


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