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Donnerstag, 16. April

Bulbul [ÖST]

Experimental Noise Rock

Bulbul ist eine Band aus Wien, die Rock mit Dance, Electronic und Experiment verknüpft.
Ihre Auftritte fallen für gewöhnlich ungewöhnlich aus, das Trio mit Hang zumExzentrischen wuchtet seinen entschlackten Heavy Rock mit großer Verve und Durchgeknalltheit über die Bühnen.

Tonnenschwer dahinwalzende und dennoch groovige Monstertracks, Soundexperimente an der Grenze zwischen Noise Rock'n'Roll, Jazz, Disco und Zwangsjacke - das ist Bulbul – ein Bastard voller Spielfreude, der sich vor einer saftigen Laissez-Faire- Attitüde hertreiben lässt.
Eine auf hervorragend interessante Weise geistesgestörte Mischung aus Lärm, Pop und Elektronik.

 

Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 9€



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Bulbul

Samstag, 18. April

The Trip Takers [FRA] / Kommando Beat [D]

Vintage Rock & Roll/ Beat

"The Trip Takers" project starts from the bases left in the mid-60s by british freakbeat and american garage bands, to incorporate psychedelic atmospheres that expand the sound, making it addictive, thanks to vintage instruments on the front line.
The equipment used and a recording technique deliberately far from the digital, but more inclined to the effects produced by the analogic, give a birth to a disc that, even if fresh and immediate, it’s far from contemporary productions to create incredibly authentic vintage atmospheres. This creature is molded by personalities and influences at times heterogeneous to each other, which are well mixed with the common will to get out, from the current canonic sound, in an attempt to romantically preserve a retro style approach, purposely in a simple and genuine way. This project trying to take inspiration from wide range of dusty and groovy sounds from Italian and Dutch psych-beat scenes too.


"The Trip Takers are an Italian band suspended in the limbo between the conservatism of vintage sounds and the genuine and sincere "revivalism". The result is a sound that is clearly recognizable from the point of view of conceptual influences but vividly peculiar at the same time.”

 

Der Name ist Programm, wenn die vier aus dem Rhein-/Ruhrgebiet zum Tanz beaten.
Eine der wenigen 60s Kapellen aus Deutschland, die das Wagnis eingehen, ausschließlich in Ihrer Muttersprache zu singen. Sofort werden Erinnerungen an Bands wie "The Blizzards" wach und tatsächlich, das dargebotene Songmaterial steht voll und ganz im Geiste von Klassikern wie "Hab keine Lust heut' aufzustehn".

Auch musikalisch liefern KOMMANDO BEAT volle Breitseite, rotzig-frech, punkig und absolut tanzbar werden hier Sternstunden des Metzgerbeat abgeliefert, vielleicht sogar ein bisschen cooler als die deutschen 60s in Wirklichkeit gewesen sind. Eine richtig "dufte Sache", um es im Jugendjargon der Band auszudrücken!

Die Texte in deutsch. Der Look uniform. Die Show wild und ungestüm.

 

Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21.30h, Eintritt: 10€



Links:
The Trip Takers
Kommando Beat



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Donnerstag, 23. April

Tunic [CAN] / Adverse 96 [BEL]

Noise Punk / Post Hardcore

Tunic is born of spite. After years of touring someone else’s bass lines across the globe, David Schellenberg was told he wasn’t good enough. So he did the only logical thing: buy a guitar, quit your long-time band, and abandon everything you think you know about music. Armed with no skill and a blissfully ignorant embrace of discordant noise, Schellenberg started crafting songs, quickly enlisting childhood acquaintance Sam Neal on drums and roommate Rory Ellis on bass.

Over the past 4 years and half a dozen d.i.y. releases, tunic has managed to unleash and tame their unique blend of noise rock and hardcore. Relentless touring has taken them across Canada, Europe and the States, filling clubs, basements, and abandoned prisons with noise. The band released the single "Teeth Showing" on Toronto’s Buzz Records in 2018, which they toured with new drummer Dan Unger.

Tunic's debut album “Complexion” was recorded in six days in their hometown of Winnipeg, Mani-toba with Montreal-based engineer and producer Jace Lasek (Suuns, Land of Talk, Wolf Parade). Complexion picks up where previous releases left off; 11 songs of feedback-laden filth laid over churning blows of drum and bass. Harsh verses about hurting those you never meant to hurt; choru-ses that sever ties where you never thought you had to. This is unconventional hardcore. This is broken indie rock. This is naïve art.

 

Adverse96 is a four-piece post-hardcore-punk band from Brussels/Liège, BELGIUM. While the drummer hails from an academic jazz universe, most of the bandmembers come from the skatepunk scene and strive to create an original blend of punk and hardcore with both a modern touch and a 90’s grunge edge.

 

Einlass: 20h; Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 9€



Links:
Tunic
Adverse 96



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Adverse 96

Samstag, 25. April

Tequilasavate Y Su Hijo Bastardo [FRA]

Rock´n´Roll

Tequilasavate y Su Hijo Bastardo is a primitive, decadent and dead rock'n'roll duo. They yell their passions for burritos, the living dead and girls with such pure energy as could be found in a long forgotten tomb or in the wild 60’s. Under their masks and costumes of deceased mariachis they deliver the ideal soundtrack to a monster dance-off for the walking dead.

 

Einlass: 20h; Beginn: 21.30h, Eintritt: 8€



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Tequilasavate Y Su Hijo Bastardo




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Donnerstag, 01. Mai

Lokale Supportbands gesucht...



Mi, 12.2.  The Ghost Wolves (Bluespunk, Rocknroll)

Mi, 4.3.  Last Train (Rock)

Di, 17.3.  Baby Shakes (Garage, Rocknroll)

Mi, 25.3.  Shit And Shine

Do, 26.3.  The Factory Smokers Street Revue (Garage, Rhythm´n´Blues, Rocknroll)

Di, 31.3.  Beehoover (Doom, Stoner, Noiserock)

Sa, 4.4.  Powder For Pigeons  (Rock)

Di, 7.4. The Guilt (Punkrock)

Sa, 11.4. A Pony Namend Olga ( Rock´n´ Roll)

Do, 16.4.  Bulbul (Noiserock, Rock)

Do, 23.4.  Tunic / Adverse 96 (Noise, Punk)

Sa, 25.4.  Tequilasavate y su hijo bastardo (Garage, Trash)

 

 

 

 

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