Dinner

Come Subba With Us, Dasychira, Guenter Råler & Anni Nöps

23 June - s105, Amsterdam
18.00 - €15 - Free for members

We are radiating with joy to invite you to the s105 this summer.

In the summer of 2021, we will open up s105’s big wooden doors every other Wednesday to host a small dinner, live music and DJ performances. We will serve you a soup, made with help of Theo, of Theo’s Tuin. Theo’s Tuin is a small-scale garden that cultivates with respect to people and environment. We will cook you a soup with greens and vegetables that Theo didn’t sell at the market that week – fighting against waste. The soup is on us and Theo.

For our first gathering we will invite you, Dasychira, Guenter Råler & Anni Nöps. An eventide of magical realism.

Tickets are free for Subbacultcha members and €15,- for non-members. Please make a reservation by sending an email to mailinglist@subbacultcha.nl with ‘Dasychira’ in the subject line + your name in the email.

Dasychira

Dasychira is an artist tiptoeing between different dimensions of fantasy. They currently run the label end of unseelie. Dasychira analogizes their music as scribblescore, or keepsakecore, referring to sentimental attachment and solidifying experiences. Sonically, visually and spiritually beautifully sincere and enchanting.

Anni Nöps

Anni Nöps is an audiovisual artist and DJ who also runs Whitespace – a platform dedicated to presenting electronic listening music in an intimate setting. Anni Nöps fuses slamming percussions and vast masses of noise with soaring melodies, beautiful inflections, and, just before you get totally lost, touches of human voice.

Guenter Råler

Guenter Råler is the alias of Irene Cassarini – producer, DJ and visual artist exploring the post-digitals realms that are slowly sprouting from the soils of our times. Råler zooms in on there where the human and the mechanical converge into an emotional deconstruction. “The sonic world aim to deconstruct rhythmic patterns, creating an amorphous, majestic but unstable and often alienating sound flow.”