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2×1 FREE TICKETS for the SUNDAY SOIRÉE: Ocober 14th

It is time again for a very cultivated sunday evening event! Indulge yourself into a world of glamour and style.

The second Sunday Soirée is taking place at the Primitv Bar on October 14th!

This time the line up is once again fabulous. We are looking forward to gorgeous performances with:

Lady Lou (New Zealand)
La Viola Vixen (Australia)
Greta Qamar (Berlin)

And the best is: We send you there for free! Just e-mail us with the subject “Sunday Soirée” at info@indieberlin.de and with a spot of luck you will be neatly seated to enjoy the Sunday Soirée!

WIN 4×2 passes to experience Cam Butler’s amazing performance

Acclaimed Melbourne based guitarist and composer Cam Butler will be playing a very special concert at Widerstands Museum on Saturday October 13. Cam released his new album, Save My Soul, in Australia earlier in 2012 before his Beijing and Berlin launches. Save My Soul is a breathtaking piece of work featuring a 23-piece string orchestra, guitars and percussion. Cam commissioned four directors (hailing from Melbourne, Berlin and Kabul) to make a video for each track on the album. This concert will be a special video installation, with Cam playing solo electric guitar to accompany the videos for Save My Soul and the album’s lush orchestral backing music. Follow the article to see how to win the tickets!

Bitchin’ – Berlin electo-rock outfit Leash bring new cocktails to the stage on Tuesday 16 October at SO36

Current single Boys Are Bitches has gathered some attention, and not just airplay. The song was included in the film Little Thirteen.

“They came across the song and they liked it and it fitted the theme of the film. So they put it in there,” Köster says. “At the premiere of the film we played a gig before the film so people noticed. We told them to listen out for the song. It was cool to contribute to a different kind of media. It’s in a totally different context. Usually music is a stand alone thing, unless you have a video out. But in this context all of a sudden the lyrics make a different sense. Normally it’s about the rhythm or something so people can dance but in this case it was more about the subject of the film, which is a serious subject.”

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