Days at the Beach – Elektronisch am Kulturstrand

Days at the Beach – Elektronisch am Kulturstrand

The warm days are here to stay until the summer is gone. As well as Kulturstrand, a meeting point where everybody can enjoy an extense cultural program during the months of May, June, July, and August. In their calendar, they have live music, activities for kids, sports and different parties, including the Days at the Beach party which is going to be celebrated every Saturday. At this party, you can cool yourself down drinking a beer or something fresh, and dance to the hits of DJs like Felix Adam from Harry…

Albert Hammond Jr., Jack White… Get your tickets now or regret it later!

Albert Hammond Jr., Jack White… Get your tickets now or regret it later!

If you don’t want to realize the tickets for the concert of one of your favorite artists are sold out two months in advance, don’t look back and get now your tickets. It’s not an order, but you are going to be happier if you have them and don’t need to go to the door hoping for a ticket left at the ticket office or somebody who re-sell them the same day of the concert. Here are the highlights for the next months we think probably will be sold out…

Arsenic and Old Lace

Arsenic and Old Lace

Classics will never die. When a film is good can stand the test of time, and that is what happens with Arsenic and Old Lace, a movie from 1944 starred by the seductive Cary Grant. The Frank Capra’s dark comedy tells the story of a theater critic who visits his aunts before going on a honeymoon with his wife. He will discover some disturbing secrets that will change his perspective about his relatives. Based on a Joseph Kesselring’s play with the same name, Arsenic and Old Lace have all the ingredients…

Theatron Pfingstfestival

Theatron Pfingstfestival

Without plans for the next bank holidays? No problem! If you stay in Munich you will enjoy three days of music for free. Sounds like a good plan, right? A new edition of Theatron Pfingstfestival is going to be celebrated at the semi-circle stage in Olympiapark. An open-air venue for listening to new and emerging talented artists coming from Munich and all over the world. Music is a universal language and at this festival, we don’t have any borders. This year we will dance and sing with artists from Munich,…

Top Concerts in June

Top Concerts in June

Here are our recommended concerts for the month of June: Friday 1st: Erlend Øye (Münchner Volkstheater). The leader of The Whitest Boy Alive and Kings of Convenience comes as a solo artist. The tickets in advance are sold out but they will have some at the ticket office of the theater. Saturday 2nd: Knobs & Wires Festival (Kreativquartier). This is the best festival if you like synthesizers and modulars. Tuesday 5th: Sparks (Freiheiz). The acclaimed brothers from California will make us dance. Friday 8th & Saturday 9th: Puls Open Air (Schloss…

Installation: Raster-Noton White Circle

Installation: Raster-Noton White Circle

Raster-Noton was founded in 1996 as a record label and nowadays has grown to become a platform and a network that covers the overlapping border areas of pop, art, and science, as themselves say. Apart from their main music projects, they are also responsible for publications and installation works, always with an experimental approach. Productions which play with different textures, sounds, images and more. The label celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2016 with a special work of art called the Raster-Noton White Circle. This light and sound installation, which can be visited at the museum Lenbachahus…

Concert: TOY

Concert: TOY

The band TOY comes back with what they do better, psychedelia and dreamy songs. After their first homonymous album, and then Join the Dots, they released Clear Shot at the end of 2016, bringing a new air to their sound. The psychedelia and the oniric is still there, but their guitars have become quieter and their music has a bigger pop aura. The new keyboard player, Max Oscarnold, complements the sound with reminiscences of The Byrds and expanding the music of the band from Brighton. A spectrum of sounds and…

Film: Isle of Dogs

Film: Isle of Dogs

The Wes Anderson‘s movies have something that makes everyone sigh. Can be the photography, the incredible colors and art direction, the symmetry, or the characters out of this world. The American director comes back with his second animation film and the number 9th in his career. We are talking about Isle of Dogs, presented in festivals like the last Berlinale and SXSW Film Festival. Made by the classic stop-motion process, the film is a mix of pop culture and Japanese anime, taking influences from Miyazaki or Hokusai. Isle of Dogs…

Shorts Attack: Marx & The Revolution

Shorts Attack: Marx & The Revolution

A new edition of Shorts Attack is going to take place this Sunday 13th at Wekstattkino. This time, the leitmotiv of the short film session called Marx & The Revolution will be the celebration of 200 years of Karl Marx (born 5th of May 1818). During 90 minutes you will watch 10 films that reflect capitalism and society. Stories about failure, a market crash, the reactivation of the economy, experienced business leaders or a revolution are what you will find in this festival. Some of the short films included in this…

Alien Transistor Soundclash

Alien Transistor Soundclash

If you want to listen to something out of this world, you definitely have to go to the Alien Transistor Soundclash party. The Alien Transistor crew join forces with the people of Comecerts to offer a unique concert and an unusual experience. The Korean band Say Sue Me had played at cool festivals like SXSW and their music is a mix of 60’s surf sound and 90’s indie pop-rock from the USA. Could be their songs the best soundtrack for the summer? Of course, yes. 1115, Le Millipede and Joasihno are some…