After meeting Johannes and Theresa from Der Eibenreiter, we quickly ended up talking shop. Since their online magazine talks about music, art, and rituals quite a lot, the fit with 900rpm was a natural one.
In reciprocation to Johannes’ kind words about our band on his website, I would like to recommend you go and take a peek at what they’re doing.
Check out der-eibenreiter.de (Website in German)
In this video, we perform our sound track to the movie Der Golem from 1920. We show parts from the movie and play our compositions and improvisations live on top of that. The gig took place at the Kiefholzstraße in Berlin on Saturday, the 11th of May, 2019.
We have been given this opportunity by Isabel and Christoph, who graciously provided their living room for the performance. Thanks to all who attended, to all who made this possible.
Yes, it was very loud. I’m still amazed the kids slept through it all 🙂
A quick reminder for you all. This coming Saturday, 11th of May 2019, we will perform our sound track to the movie Der Golem (1920). We will show parts from the movie, and play live on top of that.
We have been given this opportunity by the Dittmar family, who graciously provide their living room for the performance. There’s a free buffet and drinks for cheap, and in true 900RPM-fashion, it’s a pay-what-you-want entrance fee.
Doors open: 20:00 (Limited space, be on time!)
Come say hello, have a chat with us. Drink, eat, and watch the show.
Finally our lengthy online marketing courses have paid off! We’ve made an appearance on the Fuck Silence Vol.1 compilation, among artists such as Silent Towers, Erebus, Veuskemini, and Diego Soddu.
It’s 72 Minutes of ambient electronics, experimental music, and noise.
Go check it (and us) out:
Thanks to SuicideKid1979 for the support!