Most of you probably will go on holidays during the month of August, but for those who are staying in the city, we have some concerts to recommend:
- Until Sunday 5th: Free & Easy Festival (Backstage). A festival with free entry with different music genres, from punk, rock, metal, to reggae and alternative music.
- Friday 3th: Wolf & Moon (Backstage). Indie electro-folk duo whose concerts are full of energy. And the best of all, the concert forms part of the Free & Easy Festival and it’s for free.
- Thursday 9th: Joan As Police Woman (Ampere). Soul music with influences of Sonic Youth and a really beautiful and powerful voice.
- Monday 13th: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (Milla Club). As they say, they make tough pop and soft punk. Their concert is a really good way to start the week.
- Monday 13th to Sunday 19th: Theatron Musiksommer (Olympiapark): Free open-air festival with daily concerts from 7 pm with bands like Kettcar (17th August), Nico Laska (15th August), Poly Poly (18th August), Bird Berlin (19th August), The Lytics (16th August), Fazer (14th Augus) and many other bands and showcases.
- Tuesday 14th: Embryo & Karaba Superjam (Milla Club). Embryo was founded in Munich in 1969 and is until today one of the most innovative Krautrock bands of the scene. Karaba, also from Munich, plays progressive jazz rock. Altogether a great experience for your ears and senses!
- Friday 17th: The Chemical Brothers (Zenith). Hey boy, hey girl, was an anthem at the end of the 90s. Their shows are always a good choice if you want to dance, so let’s go!
- Wednesday 22th: Death from Above 1979 (Technikum). Punk and hard rock mixed with electronic music with a powerful live.
- Friday 31th: Brave Young Years + Apian (Milla Club). Brave Young Years refers to the future-disenchantment-book “Brave New World“, a cynical dystopia about the falsely romanticised youth. Indie dark garage for friends of Interpol & co.
*Header image: The Chemical Brothers