"Mirroring alternative states of the human condition and its consequences, Die! Goldstein offers a harsh but hopeful journey of human experience, incorporating pressing societal issues through global imagery. An inspiring and encouraging live cinema performance, accompanied by a cinematic soundscape."
DIE! GOLDSTEIN, defined as "the state of mind that walks eternally in the noise of emotion", is the Berlin-based audio-visual experimental electronic shoegaze drone noise post-rock project of Diego Mar: sound composer, photographer and video maker.
Dieg Mar was also member of the post rock band named Seashell Velasco: opening band for Mogwai in his Spanish tour of 2009; as well played with Oceansize and Vessels on 2010.
In 2009 -and already as DIE! GOLDSTEIN- he played in the Festival MADATAC in the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences in Madrid.
In 2011 he made the soundtrack of the Icelandic film Winter in Hell, produced and filmed in Iceland by Enrique Pacheco.
In 2012 he joined the Berlin based experimental collective named Wide Scope Experimental playing in venues such as the legendary Tacheles, LoopHole, Madame Claude and Sameheads in Berlin.
In 2014 he finished his first movie, named VONLAND, filmed in Iceland.
In 2015 he did a tour around Asia, playing in Tokyo and Kyoto (Japan); Hanoi (Vietnam); Chiang Mai and Bangkok (Thailand). Also he played in the Live Cinema Festival in Rome (Italy) sharing lineup with Addictive TV.
In 2016 he played live in places such as Noiseberg, DAT Festival and Spektrum in Berlin; Hackney Attic and New River Studios in London; Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow; and the Moving Silence Festival in Cyprus.
In 2017 he finished his debut album Dystopia/Utopia . It was released in the Berlin based label named Neucrea Records. And it was presented in different festivals and venues around Europe: Microfest Festival in Huesca, Niu : espai artistic contemporani in Barcelona, Borderline Noise Festival in Poland and in the International Film Festival of Valladolid named Seminci in Spain.