Killekill teaming up with one of the best clubs in Berlin for the Megablank event happening on December 30th is probably the best way to spend the day before the end of year. Every single name on the lineup gets us excited, and if you’re looking for an event where you can unleash that dormant punk energy of yours, then this one is for you.
On the main floor Legowelt will introduce you to his new album “Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time”. “Whatever happened to Surfhouse” will be only one question that might be answered during this night. He self-explains his music better than anyone else when he says his music was “a hybrid form of slam jack combined with deep Chicago house, romantic ghetto technofunk and EuroHorror Soundtrack.”
Must-see The Exaltics are the second highlight of the night with their acid driven, timeless and mysterious electro, transforming the dancefloor into an outerspace discotheque. Their live shows are rare, so this is not to be missed!
Killekill label boss DJ Flush and resident Exterminador, both music connoisseurs in the best sense, are widely known to rock the floor and surprise you with something unexpected. Techno, electro and the cherry of the pie.
On the Lobby Floor we’ll present a South London Analogue Material showcase with label boss Ossian and a live debut show of the newly formed techno-EBM-punk duo COAL, which consists of no less than techno-producer Ayarcana and the outstanding singer Oliver Kohlenberg, who recently also sang for Ansome on his album. Support comes from A+W label boss PHILIPP STROBEL. Expect some raw hardcore energy on that stage!
The 3rd floor is dedicated to anything else but techno and will he hosted by TOMMI TOKYO, one member of the Japanese avantgarde music duo group A. Her DJ sets are a mix of experimental industrial/electro, sixties rock and avantgarde music.
Alienata unpacks her alias SPOOKY ALIEN to present a rare electro/post-punk set one for the music lovers. RENEGADE and PLANET TINK have met in the long and blurry nights of Berlin, one of these… The soundtrack of their reunion will feature some post-punk, ambient, italo disco, lo-fi electronica and no wave, a musical style which emerged as “a reaction against punk-rock in the late 70s in New York when artists were night-crawling, stringently conceptualist and versed in the traditions of anti-art. They created music that spoke of psychic pain, of sexual sin, and of atrophy; of a moral and spiritual bankruptcy.”
Get the chance to win 2×2 tickets for Killekill Megablank at about blank on December 30th, by sending us a short mail with your name + name of the event to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll contact the winners!