HYPERAKTIVIST
Jumping between dimensions
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Sundays at Berghain w/ the guys 
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Berlin 
Atonal 2014 
Like many other things in Berlin, Atonal fest from location, soundsystem, lighting and all the way to the Line UP this festival was an experience that can’t be described, you have to live it yourself to really understand it.
I was there Friday 22 for Bipsphere show at the 4d sound system installation then Dasha Rush and finally Headless Horseman.  
The ambience created by Biosphere specially for the 4d sound system, which was basically a scenario build in the middle of this enormous old fabric looking very similar to Berghain but 5 times bigger, surrounded by the massive concrete columns that rose by several meters until the far end of the roof, you entered this little wood kind off looking space filed with towers covered on speakers and start walking around by biosphere played he’s natural wood, composed by wind, birds, water, drops, thunders etc on a more musical approach, he drove us to another dimension. I went to this one twice ::)
Then the elegance, fragility and at the same time incredible strength from Dasha Rush took us on a trip to the Antartica, the combination of the the frigid images with her beautiful music was … well let’s say, she really knows what she’s doing, and personally I hope she keeps doing it <3
Finally, Headless Horseman basically give us all a lessons of what techno is supposed to be. Melodies design with field recordings, exaggerated reverb at its finest, simplicity, impeccable, dry = YES
Berlin 
Atonal 2014 
Like many other things in Berlin, Atonal fest from location, soundsystem, lighting and all the way to the Line UP this festival was an experience that can’t be described, you have to live it yourself to really understand it.
I was there Friday 22 for Bipsphere show at the 4d sound system installation then Dasha Rush and finally Headless Horseman.  
The ambience created by Biosphere specially for the 4d sound system, which was basically a scenario build in the middle of this enormous old fabric looking very similar to Berghain but 5 times bigger, surrounded by the massive concrete columns that rose by several meters until the far end of the roof, you entered this little wood kind off looking space filed with towers covered on speakers and start walking around by biosphere played he’s natural wood, composed by wind, birds, water, drops, thunders etc on a more musical approach, he drove us to another dimension. I went to this one twice ::)
Then the elegance, fragility and at the same time incredible strength from Dasha Rush took us on a trip to the Antartica, the combination of the the frigid images with her beautiful music was … well let’s say, she really knows what she’s doing, and personally I hope she keeps doing it <3
Finally, Headless Horseman basically give us all a lessons of what techno is supposed to be. Melodies design with field recordings, exaggerated reverb at its finest, simplicity, impeccable, dry = YES
Berlin 
Atonal 2014 
Like many other things in Berlin, Atonal fest from location, soundsystem, lighting and all the way to the Line UP this festival was an experience that can’t be described, you have to live it yourself to really understand it.
I was there Friday 22 for Bipsphere show at the 4d sound system installation then Dasha Rush and finally Headless Horseman.  
The ambience created by Biosphere specially for the 4d sound system, which was basically a scenario build in the middle of this enormous old fabric looking very similar to Berghain but 5 times bigger, surrounded by the massive concrete columns that rose by several meters until the far end of the roof, you entered this little wood kind off looking space filed with towers covered on speakers and start walking around by biosphere played he’s natural wood, composed by wind, birds, water, drops, thunders etc on a more musical approach, he drove us to another dimension. I went to this one twice ::)
Then the elegance, fragility and at the same time incredible strength from Dasha Rush took us on a trip to the Antartica, the combination of the the frigid images with her beautiful music was … well let’s say, she really knows what she’s doing, and personally I hope she keeps doing it <3
Finally, Headless Horseman basically give us all a lessons of what techno is supposed to be. Melodies design with field recordings, exaggerated reverb at its finest, simplicity, impeccable, dry = YES
Berlin 
Atonal 2014 
Like many other things in Berlin, Atonal fest from location, soundsystem, lighting and all the way to the Line UP this festival was an experience that can’t be described, you have to live it yourself to really understand it.
I was there Friday 22 for Bipsphere show at the 4d sound system installation then Dasha Rush and finally Headless Horseman.  
The ambience created by Biosphere specially for the 4d sound system, which was basically a scenario build in the middle of this enormous old fabric looking very similar to Berghain but 5 times bigger, surrounded by the massive concrete columns that rose by several meters until the far end of the roof, you entered this little wood kind off looking space filed with towers covered on speakers and start walking around by biosphere played he’s natural wood, composed by wind, birds, water, drops, thunders etc on a more musical approach, he drove us to another dimension. I went to this one twice ::)
Then the elegance, fragility and at the same time incredible strength from Dasha Rush took us on a trip to the Antartica, the combination of the the frigid images with her beautiful music was … well let’s say, she really knows what she’s doing, and personally I hope she keeps doing it <3
Finally, Headless Horseman basically give us all a lessons of what techno is supposed to be. Melodies design with field recordings, exaggerated reverb at its finest, simplicity, impeccable, dry = YES
Berlin 
Atonal 2014 
Like many other things in Berlin, Atonal fest from location, soundsystem, lighting and all the way to the Line UP this festival was an experience that can’t be described, you have to live it yourself to really understand it.
I was there Friday 22 for Bipsphere show at the 4d sound system installation then Dasha Rush and finally Headless Horseman.  
The ambience created by Biosphere specially for the 4d sound system, which was basically a scenario build in the middle of this enormous old fabric looking very similar to Berghain but 5 times bigger, surrounded by the massive concrete columns that rose by several meters until the far end of the roof, you entered this little wood kind off looking space filed with towers covered on speakers and start walking around by biosphere played he’s natural wood, composed by wind, birds, water, drops, thunders etc on a more musical approach, he drove us to another dimension. I went to this one twice ::)
Then the elegance, fragility and at the same time incredible strength from Dasha Rush took us on a trip to the Antartica, the combination of the the frigid images with her beautiful music was … well let’s say, she really knows what she’s doing, and personally I hope she keeps doing it <3
Finally, Headless Horseman basically give us all a lessons of what techno is supposed to be. Melodies design with field recordings, exaggerated reverb at its finest, simplicity, impeccable, dry = YES
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Have to come NOW 
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Master Yasunao Tone playing Solo for Wounded 
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Bleed