|Musik Fourtrack On Stage: Mauno (Indie, Kanada) + Soft Milk (Indie, Berlin)|
Einlass/doors: 19:00 / Beginn/start: 20:00 (pünktlich/sharp)
Eintritt: 6-8 € / Live music ending: 22:00 Uhr - danach: DJs
The Chop Chips Konzert (discounted with the use of a Chop Chip - infos:http://the-chop.tumblr.com/ChopChips)
Mauno (Kanada, Tin Angel Records)
“The group flick a switch from simmered-down to thunderous, just like that. Loose and ready to explore, there’s always a sense that they could take on just about any territory.” – DIY
“A playful debut from this Canadian indie four-piece that sounds deep, dreamy and good enough to leave us wanting more” – 4/5 Songwriting Magazine
Soft Milk (Berlin)
Experimental Pop/Alt/Grunge band. Probably better described as mixed genre. Based in Berlin, Germany and Ypsilanti, MI. We started as a duo in Ypsilanti in 2015 with the mission of love, humor, poetry, cult-like rituals and shenanigans. The two halves still perform shows and write tunes over the big puddle that is the atlantic ocean. Fly away today with some of our tooney balooneys and keep your eyes peeled for new releases in the future. We are sitting on lots of unreleased material.
|Musik Fourtrack On Stage: Boo Hoo (Folk/Frankfurt) + The Johns (NYC) + Cabbages (Berlin)|
+ DJ Monophonic
BOO HOO (Indie, Songwriter/Frankfurt/Main)
Boo Hoo is German singer-songwriter Bernhard Karakoulakis. Maintaining a steady output of recordings since 2008 Boo Hoo has cultivated a style of melancholy melodic folk music. With a focus on observational lyrics and fingerstyle guitar picking Boo Hoo played for growing audiences in Germany, Europe and the US.
(Foto: Lena Opitz)
The Johns (NYC)
“Johnny Dydo, the former drummer and co-vocalist for the local folk-rock band the WoWz, now takes the stage as the Johns. Whether singing solo or with accompaniment, Dydo delivers thought-provoking rock songs with a poet’s attention to lyrical detail and an unpolished, sometimes erratic voice.” (The New Yorker)
Cabbages is the double sided sword of damocles
hanging over your beggars banquets. The two headed
rock n roll abortion by Paul Jones and Björn Magnusson.
|Musik Fourtrack On Stage: The Sound of Money (Retropop, München)|
The Sound of Money (Smarter Retrop aus München)
TH€ $OUND OF MON€¥, a band from the truly vital across-all-genres underground scene of Munich. Facing that 2017 is also the 50th anniversary of "Summer Of Love" the band took 12 of their favourite late 60’s albums, created anagrams with those album names and made those their song titles. Then they took those 12 imaginary songs and wrote new lyrics and new music with it.
Drei schöne, ganz unterschiedliche Mixtapes, mit je einem Song aus ihren Lieblingsalben gibt es auf Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TSOM68
|Musik Fourtrack On Stage: John Davis & the Cicadas (ex-The Folk Implosion, US)|
John Davis & the Cicadas (US)
John Davis is a recording artist & multi-instrumentalist originally from Cambridge MA, where he started The Folk Implosion with partner Lou Barlow in the summer of 1993 before leaving the band in 2000. John relocated to Durham, NC in August of 2013 to begin working with producer Scott Solter on a muckraking cycle of songs about corporate corruption in the food industry and related issues like (im)migration, mass incarceration, public health, and the stock market. The Cicadas lineup will feature Scott Solter on bass and electronics, Wendy Allen on vocals, flute and keyboards, and Alex Lazara on keyboards.