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September 27th, 2016
A slight summer break later, we're already headed into a nicely packed fall. We're very happy to have DEERHOOF on tour again, mostly supporting the Red Hot Chili Peppers on their Europe tour. Besides that, there will be also wonderful shows by DOUGLAS DARE, GARETH DICKSON & WILL SAMSON, JOHN SOUTHWORTH, LEE RANALDO & EL RAYO, MICHAEL NAU, PASCAL PINON, SCOTT & CHARLENE'S WEDDING, TOM BROSSEAU, THE WAVE PICTURES and WEYES BLOOD. Come by, say hello.
July 25th, 2016
Summer kicks in heavily, and we're already up for fall-time tours, hey! Look forward to AKSAK MABOUL, ANGEL OLSEN, CASS MCCOMBS (& band), CATE LE BON, CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER, DEERHOOF, FRANKIE COSMOS, THE KVB, LA LUZ, LOLA COLT, MICHAEL ROTHER plays NEU!, Harmonia & solo works, NAP EYES, PERE UBU, PREOCCUPATIONS, RATS ON RAFTS, RYLEY WALKER (& band), SARAH NEUFELD, SCOUT NIBLETT, STEPHEN STEINBRINK (& band), STEVE GUNN (& band), ULRIKA SPACEK, ULTIMATE PAINTING, U.S. GIRLS and THE WEATHER STATION. More to come. Sooo looking forward!
June 02nd, 2016
Time passes, new tours are being set up, here comes summer, so enjoy: THE CHAP, THE CHILLS, CHRIS COHEN, COLLEEN GREEN / CASSIE RAMONE, DAMIEN JURADO, GIRLS NAMES, HALEY BONAR, JENNY HVAL, JULIA HOLTER, JULIANNA BARWICK, THE JULIE RUIN, KEVIN MORBY, NO JOY, SKELETONS, SUUNS, WILDBIRDS & PEACEDRUMS and WHITE LUNG. See you there!
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Kevin Morby released his third album Singing Saw earlier this year, a superb folk album, that sounds like a classic seventies record. Fans of Dylan and Cohen should not sleep on this. Kevin Morby is playing Köln, Berlin and München in November. Listen to his fabulous single I Have Been To The Mountain here.
With dozens of copycats around, Angel Olsen does it again. Moving in a different direction - synth pop on Intern for instance - but still sounding distinctively as Angel Olsen. My Woman is considered the best record of the year by many and it's deserving all the superlatives the press are writing. It's as simple as Pitchfork says: Best New Music. Don't miss her in Hamburg, Berlin, Munich and Cologne before she explodes..