SYSTEM.OUT X THALAMUS

Sat 04.03 - 17:00 // PANEL // STUDIO
SYSTEM.OUT X THALAMUS

Taking inspiration from a panel they spoke on in February, THALAMUS will organise a conversation further exploring the pertinent need for more female, trans and non-binary representation in club and festival line ups, record label rosters etc. In the current discourse on the subject the emphasis is often on promoters roles in organising diverse line ups, this panel aims to include this and look further behind the scenes to the integral role agents and labels play to explore what can be done from their position, and what challenges they face.
 
The conversation will be followed by a live performance, V.03. Artists to be announced.
 
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RESIDENCY PROGRAMME // ACUD STUDIO
 
DAY 1 // MI 1.3
23H SYSTEM OUT: BEAUTIFUL SWIMMERS // RESOM // More Info
 
DAY 2 // DO 2.3
18H30 SYSTEM.LIT A: THE ARGONAUTS // More Info
23H SYSTEM.OUT X THE TRILOGY TAPES: WILL BANKHEAD + SECRET GUEST // More Info
 
DAY 3 // FR 3.3
19H SYSTEM.OUT X SPFDJ: BEGINNERS’S DJ WORKSHOP // More Info
24H SYSTEM.OUT X CRANIAL HANDLES: PANGAEA // INGA MAUER // More Info
 
DAY 4 // SA. 4.3
17H SYSTEM.OUT X THALAMUS: PANEL + LIVE SOUND EXCHANGE // More Info
24H SYSTEM.OUT X APPLIED ARTS: BRIAN NOT BRIAN // SOLUNE // VIGERA // More Info
 
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ABOUT
 
Born of a love for loud music in dark spaces, the arrival of Berlin’s new System.out Sound system is celebrated during a four night residency presented by ACUD MACHT NEU on 1st-4th March.
 
Taking inspiration from classic sound systems, System.out aims to create an open community driven by a passion for music, hosting multi disciplinary parties, listening events and community workshops.
 
Built on a foundation of the very latest Funktion One loudspeakers and 60kW of high-definition amplifiers, System.out Sound combines unparalleled detail across the frequency and musical spectrum with an intense and deep bass weight.
 
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SA 4.3 // 16H // FREE
ACUD STUDIO // PANEL + LIVE SOUND EXCHANGE
SYSTEM.OUT X THALAMUS
conversation further exploring the pertinent need for more female, trans and non-binary representation in club and festival line ups, record label rosters etc
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