Wir öffnen für Euch wieder am 1.Oktober. Vorerst ist die Öffnung laut aktueller Verordnung des Berliner Senats nur für 2G möglich. Wir hoffen, dass es bald wieder möglich sein wird, Euch alle wieder als Gäste begrüßen zu dürfen.
We will open again for you on October 1st. According to the current ordinance of the Senate of Berlin, we can only welcome you with 2G. We hope to welcome back all of you as soon as possible.
Genre: Electronic, Pop
Mesmerizing is the word for “Adult Baby”, the first solo record by Kazu Makino, to be released on September 13th on Adult Baby Records, her new label. After nine albums with Blonde Redhead, New York based band in which she had accompanied the Italian twins Simone and Amedeo Pace as singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, the Japanese American artist has plunged into a new musical adventure, and is now prepared to re-present herself to the world in a completely new persona, intimate and totally unique. In the new tracks of “Adult Baby”, there are echoes of Blonde Redhead here and there, but the record represents Kazu in her purest and most visceral essence.The result is a record that is hard to classify – a guarantee of great value – but that in terms of attitude and sound could be described as rooted in refined, avant-garde pop, in which Kazu’s warm and sensual vocals are the main vehicles that bring to life an ethereal, delicate, dreamy world, and at the same time exhibit a rare intensity, which morphs into episodes of seductive romanticism.Adult Baby”, an album she co-produced with Sam Griffin Owens, with contributions from significant pioneers of the global pop, electronic, rock and indie scenes such as Ryūichi Sakamoto, the Brazilian percussionist Mauro Refosco (Atoms for Peace, Red Hot Chili Peppers, David Byrne) and the acclaimed drummer Ian Chang (Son Lux, Landlady). A surprising journey in sound, based on an intriguing mix of synthesizers, moog, loops, percussion, snippets of piano and grand melodic orchestral breaks that remind the listener of Serge Gainsbourg and the soundtracks of certain Italian movies from the Sixties. It’s no use fighting it: once you have set foot on the planet Kazu, you are immersed in otherness.