Freitag, 06. September

Doc Rotten [USA]

High Energy Punk Rock

Doc Rotten formed in Trenton, NJ during the Winter of 2017. After a few local shows, the punk rock quartet immediately went into the studio to record their debut EP Fallout. Followed by their sophomore EP Sick and Suffering six months later, they set out on their very first tour. Their blue-collar mindset and work ethic constantly push them to write, record, and tour.

Their third EP Illusion To Choose, which was produced and recorded by The Bouncing Souls’ Pete Steinkopf, released on August 31st, 2018. The band started touring in support of this release in September with shows in Japan, Europe, and North America.


Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21:30h, Eintritt: 8€

Doc Rotten


Doc Rotten

Montag, 09. September

Koza Mostra [GRE]

Ska, Rock, Punk,Traditional Rebetiko

KOZA MOSTRA wurden 2012 von Ilias Kozas in Griechenland gegründet. Mit Ihrer Mischung aus Ska, Rock, Balkan , Punk Musik und Rebetiko (Traditionelles griechisches Musik Genre). 2013 nahmen sie mit Ihrem Song „Alcohol is free“ an der Vorrunde des Eurovision Song Contests teil. Ohne Probleme schafften sie es sogar in die Finalrunde in Malmö und erreichten den 6 .Platz im Finale.
Ihr letztes Album „Corrida“ erschien Ende 2017.


Einlass: 20, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 8€

Koza Mostra


Koza Mostra

Dienstag, 10. September

The Woggles [USA]

Garage Rock / Soul

For a band to not only last 30 years together but keep scaling more imposing heights, it’s going to need a sense of purpose. In the case of The Woggles, the seasoned garage rockers are greeting the milestone with a renewed rallying cry to move ever forward, a three-syllable statement of intent which also serves as the title of their new album on Wicked Cool Records, Tally Ho!
“Tally-ho” is the traditional call of the British hunter upon seeing a fox. This distinctive exclamation serves as a mission statement, then, for a band eager to go forth and conquer. “The band is not as much an institution as a way of life,” says frontman “The Professor” Mighty Manfred. “The main thing is to keep swimming, since the shark that fails to swim dies.”
Suited up and riding shotgun on the hunt alongside Manfred are guitarist Flesh Hammer -- who first cut his teeth with ’80s buzz band Guadalcanal Diary -- and the sock-it-to-them rhythm section of bassist Buzz Hagstrom and drummer Dan Eletxro, both also sometime members of savage English rockers Graham Day & The Gaolers.
“One of our strengths is that all the members contribute songs and song ideas,” notes Manfred. “On Tally Ho!, Dan and Buzz both have songs that Little Steven picked as singles from the album, ‘What You Think We Are’ and ‘Waiting For The Rain,’ respectively.”
“Alan Freed once said that ‘Rock and roll is a river of music that has absorbed many streams,’” quotes Manfred. “The Woggles drink from its many tributaries, from early rock and roll and R&B to ’60s garage rock, British Invasion, ’60s soul and forward.”
Fusing pure rock and soul from vintage sources into their own singular sound, The Woggles lay it down hard and loud but with more majesty than recklessness. Their beats and riffs are as strident as Manfred’s swagger and strut onstage. Having played in the past with Johnny Cash, Link Wray, The Zombies and nearly every garage rock group worth its salt, they’re celebrating both Tally Ho! and 30 years as a group on tour in the U.S. throughout 2017, with dates in Europe and Japan planned for 2018. As Meredith Ochs wisely advised on NPR All Songs Considered: “Go see a Woggles show. It will change your life.”
Recording of this particular rock and roll fox hunt, their fourth full-length effort for Wicked Cool, was overseen at Athens, Georgia’s Chase Park Transduction studio by Jim Diamond, ex-bassist for The Dirtbombs and producer of the first White Stripes and Von Bondies albums as well as veteran of projects with Electric Six, The Mooney Suzuki, The Sonics and The Fleshtones among others.


Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 10€

The Woggles


The Woggles

Mittwoch, 11. September

Press Club [AUS]


From conception in a garage in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick Press Club are the musical embodiment of the attitude of a generation experiencing impermanence in every way. Frenetic and raw, the band’s long awaited debut
album, Late Teens, was self produced, recorded, mixed and independently released.
Late Teens was recorded over six weeks when bassist Iain MacRae’s house was converted into a temporary songwriting sweatshop where the band wrote forty songs that were distilled into the dozen that make up the track list on Late Teens. Relying upon the experiences of their friends and people they know as subject matter, Late Teens thematically approaches displacement, relationships, internal turmoil, gentrification and inequality.

The album was recorded truly live over one week at The Aviary studios, Abbotsford with guitarist, Greg Rietwyk, at the
helm. The band used minimal over dubs to create an unadulterated, and as honest record as possible.
Fast, straight to the point and up in your face. The buzz-saw guitar laden, self-assertion of ‘Headwreck’, the first single from the album received loyal attention from music lovers and radio alike. As was the story with more recent track ‘Suburbia’ with both tracks landing additions at triple j and FBi.

Press Club is vocalist Natalie Foster, guitarist and engineer Greg Rietwyk, bassist Iain Macrae and drummer Frank Lees.
A relatively new band, Press Club have racked up over 90 shows since their first in February 2017 and amassing a
supports resumé from Hell including playing alongside the formidable new wave of Australian bands WAAX, Slowly
Slowly and Tired Lion; as well as supporting mainstays of homegrown counter culture: Ceres and DZ Deathrays. Not to mention gracing the stages at some of Australia’s finest festivals – Falls Festival, Festival of the Sun, NYE On The Hill, Pool House Party and Fairgrounds.

One of Australia's truly independent bands, Press Club continue on their unsigned, unbridled romp with 2018 having
seen the band crisscross the country supporting The Smith Street Band in their visit to every state and territory on one epic tour of over 30 dates.


Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 12€

Press Club


Press Club

Freitag, 13. September

Antillectual [NL]

Melcodic Punkrock

Im vergangenen Jahr haben sich ANTILLECTUAL zurückgezogen und waren damit beschäftigt ein neues Album aufzunehmen. Am 29. Juli 2016 wird die Band nun ihren neuen Langspieler mit dem Titel „ENGAGE!“ veröffentlichen. Das Leben in einer Welt, die bestimmt ist von Konflikten und Krisen, verlangt nach Engagement – „ENGAGE!“
Kritische Musik für kritische Zeiten.
Für ihr neues Werk haben ANTILLECTUAL einen neuen Ansatz gewählt, um ihren Sound zu erschaffen und diesen zu perfektionieren. Sie gehen nicht nur mit ihrem bisher stärksten Line-Up ins Rennen, auch für die (Vor-) Produktion haben sie ein All-Star Team um sich versammelt, mit dem sie in der Lage waren alle Grenzen lauter Musik
auszuloten, in alle Richtungen, von poppig bis obskur.

Die Songs auf „ENGAGE!“ sind durchdachter und ausgearbeiteter als zuvor, es wurden noch mehr Zeit und Mühe investiert. Der typische ANTILLECTUAL Geschmack bleibt natürlich erhalten, die verschiedenen Schichten wurden aber mit Zutaten verfeinert, die man mit jedem Bissen von der neuen ANTILLECTUAL Pizza für sich entdecken
kann. Und um den Genuss perfekt zu machen, sind Nathan Gray von BOYSETSFIRE und Thomas Barnett von STRIKE ANYWHERE mit Auftritten auf „ENGAGE!“ vertreten.
„Racist Rash“, die erste Single des Albums, wird am 23. Mai veröffentlicht. Das Musikvideo
entstand unter der Leitung von Dokumentarfilmer Harko Wubs.
„ENGAGE!“ erscheint in Europa auf Redfield Records, in Asien auf Waterslide Records und in Südamerika auf Fusa Records.


Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21:30h, Eintritt: 10€




Donnerstag, 01. Mai

Lokale Supportbands gesucht...


Mi, 31.7. Jungle Rot (Death-Metal, HC)

Fr, 19.7.  La Armada (Hardcore, Punk)

So, 28.7.  Los Fastidios (Punkrock)

Fr, 2.8.  The Porters (Folkpunk, Punkrock)

Fr, 9.8.  Svetlanas (Punk)

So, 11.8.  The Bennies (Punkrock)

Mi, 14.8.  Forn (Doom, Sludge, hardcore)

Do, 22.8.  Acid Baby Jesus (Rock, PsychRock)

Fr, 06.09. Doc Rotten (Punkrock)

Di, 10.09 The Woggles ( Garage Rock)

Mi, 11.09. Press Club ( Indie)



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