The Golden Pudel Club is a tiny underground club close to the Hamburg Fischmarkt, a short way from the Reeperbahn.
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Next level dread doom dub FWD steppin basscore & brutal techno :
Perera Elsewhere, Paula Temple & Sick Girls are heading to the Golden Pudel to deliver a debaucherous blend of skanking dungeon music on the banks of the Elbe.
R&S 's queen of the noise Paula Temple remixed FoF's Perera Elsewhere whilst the Sick Girls and Sasha Perera have been pushing the grimey revolution since their legendary parties in WMF in 2004.
This is aural history and the future in the making ….
Sasha Perera, auch Mother Perera, (* 1979 in London) ist eine in Berlin lebende britische Musikerin.
Sie ist Sängerin, MC, Komponistin und Texterin von Jahcoozi und veröffentlichte mit dieser Band vier Alben.
Außerdem arbeitet sie als DJ unter dem Namen Perera Elsewhere und legt Future Bass, UK Garage u. a. auf.
A self-confessed Noisician, Paula Temple has been producing and DJ/live performances for many years all over Europe at highly regarded festivals and clubs.
Over the years Paula’s supporters include Claude Young, the late John Peel, Technasia and Dave Clarke.
Since her debut release ‘The Speck of The Future’ in 2002 on techno vanguard Chris McCormack’s label Materials, Paula’s tracks have appeared on Jeff Mill’s Exhibitionist (Chicago), Federation of Drums (Frankfurt) and Dust Science (Sheffield).
She ran her own underground radio show, Virtual Future Music, which won an award with BBC Radio One. Paula co-developed the innovative live performance midi controller MXF8, one of the first of its kind, which she took on the ‘Mind and Machine’ tour for three years.
In 2012 Paula returned to the studio working on new futuristic techno as Paula Temple, experimental electronica as Fragile X, beautiful detroit-inspired techno as Jaguar Woman and hard-hitting electro indie dance with Swiss electronic music producer Stefanie B as Spank Protest. Paula’s new material under her various guises will be released throughout 2013 onwards, starting with the dark epic ‘Colonised’ on R&S Records in April. Her latest brainchild Noise Manifesto is a music label and a platform for innovative electronic music collaborations that do not follow the norms. Noise Manifesto’s vision are laid out in a public declaration, The Noise Manifesto.
When the Sick Girls started to spin their favorite tracks in clubs back in 2004 Berlin was still all about Techno. A change was overdue and the girls found themselves right in the center of it. Grime, Dubstep, Bass; The new sound from the UK underground combined with Gangsta Rap, B-more and Digi-Dancehall was ringing in their ears; Playing for the heck of it proved to be a welcome change from the Berlin Techno monopoly, providing the girls with a platform to showcase all varieties of bass heavy music. More and more fans jumped on board along the way, until it was time to give the maximal sound a home; Sick Girls set up their own party series in 2005, called - Revolution N°5 -
a sound concept with no borders and rules, that obeys one master only; the bass has to kick ass!
The Sick Girls combine elements from a plethora of music styles, bringing them all together in one big cutting edge hybrid state of the art of contemporary dance music. Playing around the world with like minded folk including Buraka Som Sistema, M.I.A., Major Lazer, Dizzee Rascal, Bonde Do Role etc. alongside presenting their Revolution N°5 clubnight back home in Berlin as well as braodcasting a monthly FM radio show; they are at the epicenter of a self moulded scene, and ready to go off; sick style!