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Feb 14

Parmesano + mOck

With parmesano, Mock and Mock at Schokoladen

Date

Saturday 14 February 2015 at 7:00pm

Location

Schokoladen
Ackerstr. 169/170, Berlin, 10115, Germany

Tel: +49-(0)30-2826527

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thirsty & miserable present:
PARMESANO (Math-Rock, Barcelona)
http://parmesano.bandcamp.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AgzxIIMxF0
MOCK (Puzzle-Rock, Berlin)
http://mockmockmock.de
http://mockmockmock.bandcamp.com

doors 19:00 - start 20:00
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Parmesano don’t park very well. When they recorded their EP, the tow car took their car. Next time, they'd like to take the tow car with their car.
Alex Farré (Familea Miranda, Virus), Edu, Juanjo and Jordi (El Gos Binari) are always adding and subtracting coconuts so as it never balances, looking for inexact results. With an explosive mix of math-rock, punk and tropicalia (?), this band from Barcelona are able to shake Don Caballero's coffin while getting their knickers in a twist because Valina research into Faraquet, because ZA! jam with Don Vito or because Animal Collective learn to sing badly.
This will be their first concert in Berlin. If you come to see them, maybe they ask you if their car is still outside.

mOck from Berlin challenges us in all the best ways: the trio oscillates between scintillating outbursts and minimalistic reservation. Its unique and yet catchy sound feeds on sources such as post hardcore. Bands like Karate, Honey For Petzi, or Tortoise are important influences. Persisting melodies, rhythmic ruptures and free floating structures that are given to sudden changes combine to create an experience of Puzzle-Rock that lends itself to a very fine listening.

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