10.01.2005 9PM CLUB HI
MONTAGE - ANNIVERSARY PARTY “18 YEARS OF FILMWINTER“
An unsacred alliance of Queer-Karaoke videos by Wayne Yung and the history of the Filmwinter: Can this be successful? Supported by the Canadian embassy
PERFORMANCE 12.01.2005 8PM AFTER THE OPENING CEREMONY AT WÜRTTEMBERISCHER KUNSTVEREIN 14.01.2005 10.30PM WÜRTTEMBERISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
REMI (RENATE OBLAK / MICHAEL PINTER)
The project Seciron_Ra deals with video and audio. The used samples is foundfootage material from horror movies – video und audio was programmed with the open source programme (Pure Data, a real time programme for A/V). Audio and video are connected and are influencing each other.
13.01.2005 10PM WÜRTTEMBERGISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
SOLOVYEV LIVE / BJOERN STOLPMANN DJING
Solovyev and Björn Stolpmann of the Stuttgart based label onitor go wild on the decks. The best of Minimal Techno of the 60ies, 70ies, 80ies, 90ies and today. In addition and live: wicked Dub and crooked Electronica experiments. Yooohooo!
14.01.2005 11PM WÜRTTEMBERGISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
“Elektrolog“ is a series of events organised by Pop Initiative Stuttgart e.V. – a non-profit organisation providing odd concerts in the depths of the Stuttgart valley. “Elektrolog” is a meeting point for digital, electronic, and analogue sounds – laptop joins up with guitars, ukulele accompanies turntables. At this year’s Filmwinter we will organise yet another encounter of the extraordinary kind: the Stuttgart based aerospace duo Navel (Bake Records, NL; Ophon Records, D) with their spheroidal soundscapes – created by anachronistic resonance devices - gets together with the Freiburg based DJ Databoy 78 (Pauls Musique, D; STHLM Rec., CH) who countravens the warm analogue sounds with cool minimalist and experimental house. Following this is a grand finale with DJ Antje Gera and her fantastic post modern mix of everything ever found on sound carriers in music history...
14.01.2005 12PM BETT
From Chanson to DancefloorJazz and Eclectic Electric.
15.01.2005 11PM WÜRTTEMBERGISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
A producer (Jérôme Pincon), a DJ (Gérald Peau) and a singer (Carole Gola) from Angers, France, manage to use their Breton proximity to the Belgian Techno/Industrial roots and thus creating a their own special recipe of Dub-Tech-Electro. Their ambiguously titled debut “Barry Black” draws on Industrial music but with a fresh and playful touch to it. With its currently produced bass drum this album can be regarded as a hybrid Techno affair just as well, although the reflection on the past is no means to an end. With Vendas Novas these influences are an element used in a rather cheeky way as in the track 'Find Her And Catch Her', which provides an unexpected mix of technoid P-Funk. The basis tying the knots of these nearly odd but unbelievably catchy crossing of genres is in their partiality for dubby grooves which, however, were worked off precisely hard. Vendas Novas music is dance music. It’s varied, it grooves straight and around 120 BPM. Vendas Novas sing in English and yet you can feel their French origins in their weird artistic arrangements. Their live presentation is like a cooking session – so to speak a musical Haute Cuisine. You take all ingredients, stir them in an Akai MPC put Dub Plates and other track repertoires around it, push diverse Midi sequences into the synthetic oven and there you are: a ready-made Vendas Novas recipe.
15.01.2005 11PM BETT
DJ TWEAKY BAMBINO (DJ-SET WITH LAPTOP), JOHN DEKRON & REALTIES UNITED (REALITV)
From northern soul to micro house. Dance like a mutant pigeon....
16.01.2005 11PM WÜRTTEMBERGISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
Five siblings from the French province and their Algerian cousin prove where the action is. They have been touring since the summer of 2004 and are attempting to get the last sitting person off his/her chair and to make the hardest boy sigh with their hot up-tempo beats, Rock’n’Roll in French and great chanson grease. Supported by permanent guest-bluesharp-player Christoph “White” Weiß (“Johnny Trouble and the Country Scum“) and continuously changing duet partnersthey know how to rock the house. Original sixties-instruments, amps and effect devices are a must for Les Quitriche. Even in spite of the fact that quite a Silvertone or Fender guitar has lost its life due to the Rock’n’Roll lifestyle nursed carefully in the family. Sometimes stunts and fights among siblings are just unavoidable.