MADSIUS OVANDA | EDA WOLF | JINKA | 20.1.2020BERLIN
Adresse: Ganghoferstr. 2, 12043 Berlin
Veranstalter: Triade GmbH
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Doors: 18:30| Show: 19:00
Pre-sale: 6€ + fee| At the Door: 19:00
19:00 Madsius Ovanda
20:00 Eda Wolf
In 2019 Eda Wolf went from being an inseparable Brooklyn-based duo to a long distance
musical partnership. Lots can happen when immigration laws come to play - not only has the
change brought on a set of new challenges, but the uphill battle also enabled new growth for
both vocalist Dea Juris & producer Emiliano Flowerman. More importantly, the duo have a clear
vision of what’s to come next.
The Spring Came Slow EP dropped in late 2018, and after working on a new solo set in 2019,
Dea will continue being based in Helsinki and performing in Europe, while Emiliano focuses on
perfecting their new music - three singles dropping in 2020. Think Charli XCX’s pop melodies
meet Sylvan Esso’s intricate production, with a touch of Nordic melancholy, and, of course, that
Jinka’s sonic architecture is as eclectic as it can get, leaving you short of references. Her
music could either be the latest import straight from space at your local vinyl store or the
mangled soundscape of a masquerade in a 22nd century castle. The Transylvanian
producer set up her laboratory in the western part of Berlin, where she creates a vivid blend
of surrealist production and minimalistic vocal performance style.
Common experiences, shared knowledge, a similar view of the world – that’s necessary to feel
deeply connected to the people around us. What can we be for each other? Why are we
actually here and what are we even doing? Madsius Ovanda face these fundamental questions
with an expressive voice. Madsius Ovanda are the Indie-RnB / Dream Pop band centered
around Pia Ovanda and Carina Madsius.
Their music is inspired by the multifacetedness of Little Dragon, James Blake or Tame Impala,
yet always remaining true to a pop attitude reminiscent of Jorja Smith or Maggie Rogers. Playful
choirs intertwined with ecstatic beats and vibey hooks, analogue synthesizer pads and pulsing basslines give the songs their vibrant colors.