Freitag, 16.6

Villa Mundus,Fürstenweg 7

Rieko Okuda (between BERLIN and JAPAN)
solo set piano

Rieko Okuda is a pianist and a composer. She began with Classical music from the age of 3, in Japan. In her young age, she attended to Kaizuka city Piano Competition, and got the first prize. Later then moved to USA to study and learn Jazz music. She fell right into the Jazz scene in USA, performing with some of the great American Jazz musicians (Bob Mintzer, Jon Faddis, John Fedchock etc.) Also, she got interested in Free Jazz and Improvised music scene while she was in Phliladelphia. She performed with the great improvisers includes Marshall Allen (from San Ra Orchestra), Elliott Levine (recorded with Cecil Taylor), and Calvin Weston (recorded with Ornette Coleman). She has performed in Jazz Festivals throughout her stay in USA. Her interests in Improvised music led her to move to Berlin and perform with various musicians. Currently, she performs with Audrey Chen, Els Vendaweyer, Susanne Zapf (from Sonar Quartet), Yuko Kaseki, Axel Dörner, ect. She also performs at several experimental festivals: XChange Festival, Experymental Festival, and Art-Sound Festival to name a few.

Marcello Busato (ITALY)
percussion solo

Marcello S. Busato is a musician, composer and performer. He began studying classical trumpet and later guitar, piano and drums. Since 2002 he lives in Berlin, where he starts collaborations with many musicians exploring different musical styles but focusing especially on experimental music, free jazz, noise and radical improvisation. Versatile drummer, he uses many objects and selected percussions to create a very personal sound. Member of the quartet Sink with Andrea Ermke, Arthur Rother and Chris Abrahams, the trio Votomt with Ignaz Schick and Louis Rastig, the duo XING/Busato with Wojtek Bajda he also performed with Tobias Delius,Els Vandeweyer, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Pacho Dávila, Leonid Soybelman, Hüzün, Mat Pogo, Yvan Volochine, Jealousy Party, Christof Kurzmann, Margareth Kammerer, G.W.Sok, Axel Dörner, Martí Guillem among others. He composed and performed music for the radio, cinema, theater and dance. Some Label : Trost, Impro music from japan, Acid cobra, Solaris empire, Mikroton.

Fabian Lanzmaier – treibgut (drummachine / synthesizer / sampler)
Fabian Lanzmaier aka treibgut is working in the orbit of Verschubu, laboratori of bizar collisions located in Innsbruck / Austria. With his project „treibgut“ he is moving in the fields of electronic music, ambient and broken beat. For the performance at Onomatopoesie Tage he will use drum machines and synthesizers to compile an notional take on club music.

Erika Sofia Sollo – voice & electronics

Vocalist and improviser based in Turin, Italy. She is mainly active in the fields of contemporary jazz, improvised and experimental music, focusing on the exploration of the human voice, and on free improvisation, as a soloist or in ensembles.
She started her careeer as a contemporary jazz singer, studying with musicians and teachers such as Maria Pia De Vito, Diana Torto, Susanne Abbuehl, Norma Winstone, John Taylor, Stefano Battaglia.
Some years later she approached the world of experimentation and free improvisation. She was a founding member of the improvisation collective Green Brötz Turin. That experience, and a long stay in Berlin, led her to play with some of the most representatives artists among the Italian and international experimental scene. She played with Gino Robair, Martin Mayes, Achille Succi, Paolo Sanna, Eyvind Kang, Jessika Kenney, Patrizia Oliva, Stefano Giust, Tristan Honsinger, Francesco Cusa, Lisa Mezzacappa, Luca Pissavini, Gianni Lenoci, Emilio Gordoa, Gianni Mimmo, Walter Prati, Benedict Taylor, Viv Corringham, Angelo Contini, Nicola Guazzaloca, Tomomi Adachi, London Improvisers Orchestra and many others.
Her research is currently based on creating new sounds, exploring the possibilities of the voice in an unconventional way, with the use of „extended techniques“ and electronic effects. Part of her activity is focused on sound poetry and improvised performances using texts and graphics scores.


Café Decentral, Hallerstr. 1
Beginn: 20.00

Extended Burst (Torino)
Is the bigger version of BURST, a Turin’s impro-noise-power-duo focused on the interaction of free-drumming and no sequenced electronics; regardless fragments of beat based music crushed into a metal plate. EXTENDED BURST is the evolution in a trio, with a „dub master“ who join the playground and everything just turns out juicy and groovy as fuck. „Shake your ass and your mind will follow“
Emilio Berné – drums
Tommaso DeTesta – live electronics

notorische Ruhestörung (BERLIN)
louielouiecore, b-musik,
folk, experimental und kirchenchor

Corazon de Robota (ITALY)
Noise // Handmade love synth // Electronic Anarchy // GRUUU!!!

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Elecric Anthillman (BERLIN / JAPAN / FINLAND)
from crooked disco-spin to hope and anchor funk

Rieko Okuda – steam-micro-korg + kiai-vocals
Antti Virtaranta – snakestring-e-bass + opera-vocals
Frank Szardenings – egg-cutter-e-guitar + wiggle-vocals
Peter Schlewinski – marching-funk-drums + complaining-vocals

Electric Anthillman is a nervous flickering band who play fast weird disco-­‐funk-new wave from outer space. In late 1970ties some members danced in Jane Fonda’s fitness-­movies. A untenable statement? If you see the live set, you will believe it.

Samstag, 17.6

[Stiegenhaus], Karmelitergasse 21

Antoine Elias (FRANCE)
solo piano

Antti Virtaranta (FINLAND)
double bass solo
Antti Virtaranta, a Swedish born Finn, is a bassist and composer. He studied and performed Jazz in Philadelphia, USA. He has performed everywhere from festivals to small coffee houses and in different styles from Free Improvisation to very Tradition Swing Jazz. He currently resides in Berlin and performs regularly with different projects throughout Berlin. He has performed with Elliott Levin, Tristan Honsinger, Harri Sjöström, to name a few. Currently he is focusing on his solo electronic and bass music that translates to the small group settings that he is involved in.

Teresa Riemann (BERLIN)
solo piano & voice
Teresa Riemann is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, performance-artist & writer. Apart from playing drums, guitar and cello, she is composing pieces for piano & voice. Being attracted by every attempt to break existing laws about „how to do this right“ this curious mind always seeks the full, uncensored expression, seeks to be free in every second and challenge the consciousness of the audience instead of reproducing patterns that have been acknowledged and lost a lot of their primary energy. Time can never be poured into concrete, nor life. Her music charmingly has been described as „almost disturbing“.

Helferboy (INNSBRUCK)
Helferboy ist eine labile Koalition dreier Innsbrucker Hansdampfs in allen Gassen. Eugen Cech jun. und Marco Opoku bekannt durch Bands wie „Stichprobe“ und „Turnout“ rappen auf dem Blast-Beat von DJ Ananas a.k.a. Ekehardt Rainalter (monomono, trauriges tropenorchester). Gemeinsam haben die boys noch die Neogrunge-Band „das Team“ und das furchterregende Black-Poetry-Duo Helfersyndrom. Es gab schon immer viel zu tun für diese Helden und hinterher sagt man dann: sie wollten ja nur helfen!

10.000 Volt (FRANCE)
Kevin Angboly – drumperformance


, Südbahnstraße 1b
ab 20.00

promized paradise (INNSBRUCK)
the heroes of the PROMIZED post-apocalyptic PARADIZE providing you with the sweet-core soundz of misanthropic underground


Tatie Petanol (FRANCE)
manic drum & voice solo

Python vs Cobra (France)
Free, Live, NoiseCore, guitar and drums duo
Thiébault Imm – guitar
Kevin Angboly – drums

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undankbarer Acidtechno

Forte Fanculo (Austria)
Margaret Unknown
Cabaret Poulet

Unterbrechungsaktionen von Vincent Pernollet und Mila vom anderen Stern

Thiebault Imm
Thiebault Imm (FRANCE)
no input Tekkno
Thiébault Imm, born in 1982, french musician, improviser, composer and noisemaker, currently living in Berlin.
Graduated from the Strasbourg Conservatory of Music and the M.A.I. Music School from Nancy, France.
His work focuses on the electric guitar, played with or without preparations. He performs in various formations and projects going from free improvised non-idiomatic music to harsh noise rock. He’s also active in the fields of electronic noise and experimental music by using different devices such as no-input setups, drum machines, analog cassette recorders and contact microphones.
Since 2012, he joined the Berlin based artists collectives “Multiversal” and “Umami Live” and the french artists collective “RPT” from Nancy.

photo art by Claus Poulsen