|Musik thirsty & miserable: Decibelles (Neeew Wavvve Puuuunk, Lyon) + Der Goldene Muschelkahn der Liebesgöttin (DIY-Punkrock, Berlin)|
doors 19:00 - show 20:00 - danach "Schokokuss" (Queer/Punk-Party)
Decibelles (Lyon * France)
Neeew Wavvve Puuuunk Band aus Lyon. Kreisch, kreisch crazy, crazy und Attacke. Super enthusiastisch und immer auf ne Party aus....
|Musik thirsty & miserable: Mobina Galore (Punk/Rock, Canada) + For Reasons Of State (Indie/Punk/Rock, Sweden)|
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Punk-alt-pop duo, Mobina Galore, formed in late 2010 by Jenna Priestner (guitar/vocals) and Marcia Hanson (drums/vocals) and are based out of Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
Mobina Galore released their sophomore album, Cities Away, produced by John Paul Peters (Propagandhi, Royal Canoe, Comeback Kid) worldwide (excluding Europe and UK) on December 9, 2014. The album is pure, emotional, punk rock written and played with love and an abundance of high energy. The debut single “Bad Love Song” has tackled the charts reaching #6 in high rotation on CBC Radio 3 as well as college radio across Canada.
They will be on the road for most of 2015 touring Canada and the USA and will be releasing Cities Away in Europe and UK through Gunner Records in the fall, which will also include their first European tour.
For Reasons Of State is a Swedish rock band trio headed by former The Ghoulies member, Robert Svensson. The band formed 2008 and hailing from Stockholm, For Reasons Of State has previously released one full length album and two EPs. Sometimes interconnected, the band lyrics mostly evolves around the subjects of politics and love.
|Musik thirsty & miserable: Scraps Of Tape (Heavy Post-Rock, Sweden) + Mutiny on the Bounty (Math Rock/Post-HC, Luxemburg)|
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Scraps Of Tape has always been about creating emotional music filled with playfulness an energy. The harmonies is drawn towards the gloomy and desperate while the melodies creates hope and a feeling of being able to overcome any obstacle and accomplish any goal you have in front of you. All of this is then tied together by a great amount of energy and creativity.
The music is most often referred to as post-rock but if you’re stopping there you are merely scratching on the surface on all of the widely spread musical influences that all together makes up what Scraps Of Tape is all about.
On their first album they sounded like an instrumental crossover between bob hund and Mogwai. On the second album the heavyness got heavyer and the harmonies got more harmonic and it got you thinking of both Isis and Joan Of Arc at the same time. On their third album Grand Letdown, Scraps Of Tape has taken all of this and pushed it through a grinder making something very compact, mature and confident. And like a cherry on top the vocals and the personal lyrics are taking all of this to a new level.
2010 sees the band continuing to expand their already extensive sonic spectrum. With a new member in Fredrik and a new album in the works scheduled for a 2011 release Scraps Of Tape is showing no signs of slowing down.
During the month of February 2014, , Mutiny on the Bounty completed the recordings for their third album with producer Jan Kerscher. The follow-up from "Trials", which received very good reviews all over the world, is perfecting the universe they've created between math-rock and electronic music even if this time around, the band has decided to keep it instrumental.
It must be said that since 2004, the Luxembourgish band has certainly not taken it easy (endless tours with over 500 concerts , supporting the likes of Russian Circles, Biffy Clyro, Portugal the Man or even And so i watch you from afar...) with some highlights along the way such as their appearance at the SXSW in Austin, Texas or the Roskilde Festival in Denmark.
Their mixture of mathrock now englobes more synthetic and electronic sounding elements (which is very noticeable in the guitar sounds that are sometimes closer to an organ or a keyboard than a guitar) and their songwriting is more varied and melodic than the past.
While prior to this, they might have preferred a more frontal attack with their music, they no longer hesitate to elaborate large and darker soundscapes without turning their back on the energetic math rock that formed their roots to begin with. In doing so, MOTB also have accentuated their geekier side which has also allowed them to be placed alongside other bands such as Battles and Foals, with whom they share a love and passion for creating music that is not only cerebral but also danceable but also a darker side that has been their trademark since their beginnings.
|Musik thirsty & miserable: Astral Tide (PostPunk/NoisePop//Bln) + I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (PostPunk/Shogaze//Bln)|
Astral Tide: A new East Berlin based 4-piece with members from Denmark, Italy and England. The krautrock inspired introduction “From Under the Cloud” shared in December ’14 set the bar for what would follow; a swaying wall of brash intensity, energy and melody. Second track, the fizzier “Glimpses” was accompanied by their first official video in the summer, recently followed up by the dark and expansive “Haunt You”.
A monster six track EP to be named “How Far, Are You Out There?” was recorded in August ‘15, taking their live sound into the studio and showing how swiftly the band has evolved into playing their own strain of conscious dream punk and brutal doomy shoegaze. They’ll tour the EP in November, playing shows in Germany and Poland.
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream is a shoegaze / post-punk band from Berlin.They took their band name from a dystopian science fiction short story about survivors of a nuclear war. Musical influences include The Cure and My Bloody Valentine as well as fellow Berlin bands The History of Colour TV, BraBraBra, Skiing and Jolly Goods, with whom they share current or former band members. They have released an EP on cassette tape in 2012 and recently finished recording their debut album. https://www.facebook.com/astraltideband