Staff Picks- Week 5: Retreat Radio, Instant Rave @ Rave The Planet, Clubs ARE culture
The Sound Clique’s ‘Staff Picks‘ events, streams and workshops for the start of February 2021 present to you-
Retreat Radio Sweden, Instant Rave @ RaveThePlanet, Clubs ARE culture – Recognition of music clubs as cultural sites- [Open] Club Day.
*At time of writing, all events are subject to change (date/ venue) due to current COVID regulations*
Each Day From 19:00
Retreat Radio Sweden
Mon 19:00- Other Planets SoundCloud
Tue 19:00 – DJ Seduce SoundCloud
Wed 19:00- ZURIËL SoundCloud
Thu 19:00- Welia w/ BYDL SoundCloud
Fri 19:00- Soup Opera w/ Frederik Tollund SoundCloud
Sat 19:00- Deflections w/ Black Seed SoundCloud
sun 19:00- Sif Nou
Retreat Radio is an independent, non-commercial radio station, broadcasting from Malmö, Scandinavia and beyond.radio channel
Friday the 5th of February 19:00-22:00
Instant Rave @ RaveThePlanet
Rave The Planet
19:00 Oliver Olschgo SoundCloud
B2B Simon Stiglmeier SoundCloud
20:00 Asem Shama SoundCloud
21:00 A.D.H.S. SoundCloud
Since the end of January 2020, Rave The Planet has been hosting “Instant Raves”, which were initially meant to be live events at the FundRaving model in Berlin.
With the first Corona-related shutdown in March 2020, the live events were transformed into a live streaming format. Since then, different styles of electronic music are steamed once a week, every Friday from 7: 00 pm to 10:00 pm.stream broadcast
Saturday the 6th of February
Clubs ARE culture – Recognition of music clubs as cultural sites- [Open] Club Day
Open Club Day
Procedure and program items:
1 p.m. – 1.45 p.m. Preliminary program: including virtual club tour Fundbureau (HH).
2.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m. Parallel discussions in the federal states.
3:15 pm – 4:45 pm Federal panel: “Karstadt out – culture in? – Post-Corona: Can music clubs stop the desolation of inner cities? ”
From 5pm United We Stream: [Open] Club Day Special
Due to the pandemic, the 4th edition of the European day of action CLUB DAY- will take place online. Normally, the European umbrella organisation Live DMA brings together music clubs and festivals from up to 17 EU countries, which open their doors to visitors and provide a glimpse behind the scenes.
The current issue is the recognition of music clubs as cultural sites in Germany. At the digital conference, actors in the scene, experts and politicians at state and federal level will discuss with each other.
In Germany, the Bundesverband LiveMusikKommision e.V. (LiveKomm for short) is also presenting its activities as part of the new campaign by LiveKomm, club associations, clubs and the Chaos Computer Club (CCC).
Further info:stream broadcast