WHAT MOVES MOVES, this SUNDAY in BERLIN

22nd of November, 8pm, 10€ / 8€ erm. WHAT MOVES MOVES (Performance) Christina Ciupke und Boris Hauf AULA Milchhof, Schwedter Str. 232, 10435 Berlin-Mitte Reservations: info@onairproductions.info or 030 – 364 66940 more info on what moves moves...
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THE PEELED EYE (review BILL MEYER, @dustedinc )

The four men who make up The Peeled Eye have been around a while now, long enough to forget first impressions. Certainly nothing about their self-titled debut is going to make you remember the restrained and/or minimal sounds of efzeg, Kahn-Korber-Weber, Trapist or SSSD. While a snapshot of Boris Hauf (baritone saxophone), Martin Siewert (guitar),...
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THE PEELED EYE (review JOHN EYLES, @allaboutjazz)

The Peeled Eye is the debut release from Boris Hauf’s revived Shameless label, which has switched from being a subscription-only limited edition label to releasing experimental rock, noise and pop recordings. This release is an edition limited to three hundred copies pressed on yellow vinyl. Collectable, eh? In The Peeled Eye, Hauf’s own baritone saxophone...
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THE PEELED EYE (review on VITAL WEEKLY #1005)

A new release on Shameless, a label of Boris Hauf. Around 2001-2002 he released several of his projects on this label. And that was it. Not that Hauf turned away from music. Far from it. But Shameless no longer seemed a useful outlet. But now it is again, with an excellent first release by The...
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THE PEELED EYE – YOUTUBE PLAYLIST

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“In three seconds from zero to twelve tones.” The Peeled Eye REVIEW

THE PEELED EYE english: Together four notorious engineers design a vehicle of a different kind. No frills. Sleek design. Schematic without hierarchy: rhizome electronics. FreeJazzSax gearbox. In three seconds from zero to twelve tones. With screeching tires and drumming heartbeat the vehicle whizzes through stringed thunderstorms. On dark streets of bass-lines into a serious nothing...
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list of stolen instruments , please share

Orgel/Synthesizer: KORG cx3 (sn# 320433) red case Roland sh 101 (sn# 256495) green case Roland sh2000 Korg MS 10 (sn# 137148) green case Pianet Hohner black case Saxophon: Selmer SA, 80 serie ii (sn# 419736) Microphones: Shure Sm 57 Shure beta 58 ALTEC 683A + Amperite R 8 (H) no case RCA MI 6202 (1945-1951)...
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