Club culture: Untuned, Mathias Meindl @ Brunnen70, March 30th, 2012

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The cultural association Zurmöbelfabrik -that promotes contemporary media and free art- opens  a new space. Faithful to their principles, they opened a space for images, music, cabaret and its prospects. They use cooperation as mode of working as it guarantees variety and flexibility. The  new place is located in Wedding, because the prices are moderate and the area is still left without commercial pressure. It is a former furniture store with the 70’s charm. The only access is through the elevator, there is not any sign for the entrance. There are many rooms and many doors. No one knows where are they, not even the owner… The building has a foreclosure. So before it ends in the hands of real state speculators, everyone here does something, as used to be and as it should be. At nights the place is musically dedicated to electronic music, but open to any other directions, as they specify in the web site.

Zurmöbelfabrik declare in a kind of manifest in their web site: “Wrong people want to think they are doing the right thing. In ‘the land of plenty’ we do not have intellectual babblers, at the contrary they have potentially the rave-o-tionary (rave-o-lutionären) folks of the nation. Therefore the have formed the Elektronische Befreiungsfront -EBF (Electronic Liberation Front) in which they hardly believe. They proclaim that sound system is amazing, the plates and the the control board are provided to create transitions, reverb, delay and echo. The system reach since the vocals to bass lines and medium scales, if it otherwise does not get further… RAVE-O-LUTION IM UNTERGRUND ORGANISIEREN! = RAVE-O-LUTION UNDERGROUND ORGANIZATION!”

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Every last weekend of the mount, Untuned (UD) organizes an event here. The video below correspond to Mathias Meindl set.
Text source: Very, very free translation for German in the Brunnen70 web page: http://www.brunnen70.de
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