Rompecabeza news August 2014August 12th, 2014
Rompecabeza News July 2014July 1st, 2014
Masters at Work: Behind the Scenes of Manmade Mastering BerlinMay 8th, 2014
Rompecabeza News March 2014March 12th, 2014
Rompecabeza News February 2014February 12th, 2014
We are very happy to announce that RENÉ BOURGEOIS (Hensen, Moonplay, Supdub, Atmosphere) is joining our roster on an exclusive basis. Welcome René :) – just read all about it…
Rompecabeza News January 2014January 18th, 2014
January 11th: Tresor meets RompecabezaJanuary 8th, 2014
We’re very much looking forward to having another one of our infamous little get-togethers coming up at Tresor Club Berlin, performing artists will be:
Andomat 3000 live (Cadenza)
Tim Xavier (face2face)
Jamaica Suk (Sleaze)
Samuel Fach (Tonkind)
Rompecabeza News December 2013December 2nd, 2013
We are super excited to present the latest addition to our roster: talented JAMAICA SUK (Sleaze, Coal, Touch Of Class Records) from San Francisco/USA, now based in Berlin/GER.
December 6th: Rompecabeza @ Club Weekend, BerlinDecember 1st, 2013
We’re very much looking forward to having another one of our infamous little get-togethers coming up at Weekend Club Berlin, performing artists will be:
Daniel Steinberg (Arms & Legs)
Xpansul (True Type Tracks)
Alison Tara (Bananza Records)
Samuel Fach (Tonkind)
September 28th: Rompecabeza @ Club Weekend, BerlinSeptember 25th, 2013
performing artists this Saturday night will be:
DANIEL STEINBERG (ARMS & LEGS)
MIRO PAJIC (ITEMS & THINGS)
SAMUEL FACH (TONKIND)
We are very much looking forward to see you there :) !!
RAUDIVE: A SYSTEM OF OBJECTS (Macro M34)September 18th, 2013
When Messiaen set out to transcribe birds’ songs and employ them as models for his compositions, he couldn’t have predicted that by the 1990s wild birds would have started to learn mobile phone ringtone patterns. For “A System of Objects”, RAUDIVE mirrors environments structured as by an invisible hand. He maps an obliquely constructed world through fictional field recordings in which you loose all certainty of what is nature and what is design. Raudive’s music celebrates dance and auditory scenes as rituals, employing our surroundings as sources of ahistorical found sound – primitive technologies used to reach magickal states.
If we can’t be sure any longer of distinctions between truth and manipulation, rituals guide our relations to all encounters. A drum machine and a wooden stick, a sawtooth-shaped electric current and a split rock, woven cloth and petroleum smear all turn into empirical objects of the same class, without a definite past or a predictable impact. We have become dependent on technology we don’t grasp beyond its display surface. Lost on reason, we are thrown back on the ritual to reveal the hidden relations of what surrounds us: the club as the emblematic center of the emancipated individual, longing to bond with equals, again.