1. Come to say hallo to DC !

    Tonight 10.02.12 @ Multi Layer Laden, adalbertstraße 4 Xberg at 21.00 I debut with my grrrrrrl band! 


    DT are the new Band from the botton of the seas. Come listening to the Neptuns flute and seashell whispers of the mermaid and the octopus with the old plasticbottles playing the raindrop melodies.

    BBB is a newborn band. we write nice songs, drink tea, eat biscuits wear glasses and brabrabra…

    Mo. 13/02/12 @ Madame Claude, Lübbener Str. XBerg 

    I play with Will in eXperiMontag!! amazing!

    FAUSTO MAIJSTRAL (Musique Concrete, Drone/NZ,IT) Fausto Maijstral is the duo of DuChamp (IT) and Will Gresson (NZ). Together they perform dense, musique concrete/drone pieces that explore memory and lived experience through heavily processed instruments and field recordings.  They performed with Concern (US), Family Battle Snake (GR), Steindor Kristinsson (IS), Iku Sakan (JP), Bemydelay (IT) and Rella the Woodcutter (IT), and opened the 2011 edition of Occultofest in Ausland, Berlin.



    both pictures courtesy of Tanya Mar http://www.tanyamar.de/

    KRAPOOLA (Impro, Sound Exploration/ES) Krapoola is a tamer who explores the ways that materials interact when the entropicio happens. Noise is a part of this, not a reality by itself. Along this learning path a memory has formed itself and oblivion has appeared. The mutation has just begun. Regression? For his performances Krapoola’s self-built devices are the usual. They mostly proceed from detritus and go towards the secret. One of his tricks is to spin three records at the same time - one at normal speed, another one twice as fast or slow and one gets played backwards. http://myspace.com/indhecenter

    dj set DAVIDLY (Implied Music and Ambient/US, DE)


  2. An Italian rock grrrl, among many others.

    I’m very happy to be part of this book, “Le ragazze del rock" by Jessica Dainese, a very nice and passionate anthology about female rock scene in Italy from the 70s until now. There is an interview with me, where I speak about my first girl-garage band, Queen Beee, and about the website I used to run, "Italian grrrls play it better", and about how many cool girl bands/musicians there is in my home country, despite media just speaks about showgirls and similar. Was nice to find in the book also a lot of girlfriends of mine that I really really admire and love. And btw, Queen Beee’s bassist, Elisa, is one of the most bad ass cool girl I’ve ever met in my life ;-)