Soft Noise

Supervisores Benévolos

A sunday of slowcore

On Sunday, 7. April, 2024, we invite you to a sunday of slowcore and experimental music, taking place at our dear West Germany, at Skalitzer Str. 133, right by Kottbusser Tor, Kreuzberg. Early gig, doors at 20:00 and first act soon after.


A Berlin-based trio featuring Aidan Baker (Nadja, Hypnodrone Ensemble) on guitar and vocals, Tristen Bakker (Vrouw!, Otolitos) on bass and vocals, and Angela Muñoz (also of nunofyrbeeswax, Vrouw!, Hypnodrone Ensemble, Otolitos) on drums and vocals. They explore minimal slowcore/sadcore/postrock drawing influence from the likes of Yo La Tengo, The American Analog Set, June of 44, The For Carnation, and Codeine.

Dreampool Essays

There is a focusing of attention that exists within slowness, within the moment when a note hangs in the air and shimmers. Dreampool Essays are a new and emerging entity that begins its work within this frame, letting the intervals exhale, allowing the sounds to gradually unfurl and take their form. This is their debut appearance. There may or may not be accompanying projections. We’ll see.
Dreampool Essays are Tom Paro, Jérémie Fakir, Artem Zaytsev & Agnė Auželytė.


KvT are a duo that shape ephemeral soundscapes from the overlapping churn of individually-simple elements. They layer voice, resonance, repetition, movement, and memory — combining iterated fragments of voice, trumpet, and bass.

This stripped-down palette allows for a singular focus on the worlds of sound that can be layered and stitched together from voices, fragments, loops, layered resonance, and emergent drone — all undertaken with hand-carried amplifiers, allowing for a spatialised, context-aware live presentation that never repeats in the same way.