Protest. Fire music. Hardcore poetry. Activist subculture. An almost anachronistic urgency.

The poet, vocalist and Afrofuturist Camae Ayewa, known above all as Moor Mother, has been joined by saxophonist Keir Neuringer, bassist Luke Stewart, trumpeter Aquiles Navarro and drummer Tcheser Holmes.
In 2015 Ayewa, Stewart and Neuringer get to know each other at the "Musicians Against Police Brutality" in Brooklyn, organized after the murder of Akai Gurley by the New York police, Aquiles Navarro and Tcheser Holmes and found together the Irreversible Entanglements.

Summoning, haunting, angry, Camae Ayewa proclaims her texts on trauma, black identity, feminism, police violence, racist structures. Carried and driven by alto saxophone, trumpet, bass and drums, a pulsating web of wildly bent melodies, rhythms, noises and insistent forward drifting grooves.

'It's a harrowing listen, and one of the most powerful and relevant works of art you'll encounter this year'

Sat, 04.05.2019
Concert Highlight!

Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother (voc), Keir Neuringer (asax), Luke Stewart (b), Aquiles Navarro (tr), Tcheser Holmes (dr)

Free Jazz, Spoken Word, Fire Music

studio 672 Start 20:30

12 €/8 € red. Presale Please note: vendors of presale-tickets may charge additional fees. 12 €/8 € red. Box Office

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