Top Concerts in October

More than one month ago we warned you about the exciting upcoming concerts taking place this fall. Now, we have already forgotten the hot days and the cold has jumped in our lives. It is Autumn season and October is coming with so many interesting concerts.

  • Tuesday 2nd: The Fratellis (Strom). I’m sure you have danced to the Chelsea Dagger song, one of the most successful hits of this Scottish band.
  • Friday 5th: Fazer (Jazzclub Unterfahrt). The atypical German “jazz” band don’t know about boundaries between genres. Their show will be something unique for sure. 
  • Sunday 7th: The Cry (Unterdeck). A five-piece rock band with influences like The Ramones, The Boys or The Rolling Stones with a powerful live.
  • Tuesday 9th: Deafheaven (Feierwerk). Black metal and post-rock from San Francisco.
  • Thursday 11th: Blossoms (Strom). Danceable pop with an 80s touch from the UK.

  • Saturday 13th: Jack White (Zenith). A one-man-band, a wonder of nature… This is Jack White. The half of The White Stripes and also a member of the bands The Raconteurs and The Death Weather is well-known for his powerful shows and his capacity for improvisation.
  • Monday 15th: The Magic Gang (Feierwerk). This Brighton band sounds like The Beach Boys mixed with Weezer.
  • Tuesday 16th: Pale Waves (Strom). As they say, they are like “goths who accept the rays of the 80s pop in their lives.”
  • Wednesday 17th: The Sonics (Backstage). The legendary garage rock band who has been active since the 60s will delight us with songs like Psycho, Let the Good Times Roll or It’s Alright.

  • Friday 19th: Elysian Fields (Milla Club). The New York cult band talk is back with a postapocalyptic rock-n-roll new album.
  • Friday 19th: Kurt Vile & The Violators (Muffathalle). The composer and producer Kurt Vile come with his band, The Violators and bring some rock, lo-fi sounds, Americana and folk to Munich.
  • Friday 19th & Saturday 20th: Keep it Low Festival (Feierwerk). Stone rock, psychedelic, doom, heavy and rock’n’roll festival.
  • Friday 19th & Saturday 20th: Digital Analog Festival (Gasteig). Admission free festival with some local bands and DJs.
  • Tuesday 23th: Juniore (Unterdeck).
  • Wednesday 24th: Mac DeMarco (Neue Theaterfabrik). Mac sings about salad days, becoming an adult… and in his shows, he drinks whiskey, members of his band get naked and he does crowd surfing from the stage to the end of any venue. A must!

  • Thursday 25th: Slaves (Strom). The punk-rock band will present its third album: Acts of Fear and Love.
  • Thursday 25th: Roosevelt (Muffathalle). The German musician creates perfect pop songs to dance and feel the joie de vivre of the sea and the summer even in winter.
  • Friday 26th: Piers Faccini + Angela Aux (Milla Club). Electric guitars and a creative mixture of different instruments and people is what Piers Faccini is about.
  • Saturday 27th: Fat Freddy’s Drop (Zenith). A mixture of dub, reggae, soul and more from Wellington.
  • Sunday 28th: Space Shuttle + The Stevenson Ranch Davidians (Milla Club). Another great concert organized by Tapefruit and Grotto Terrazza. Space Shuttle mix catchy-melodies with jazz and improvisation and The Stevenson Ranch Davidians make psych-folk and Americana songs. A must!
  • Monday 29th: Laurel (Milla Club). A powerful voice similar to Florence and The Machine style.

  • Tuesday 30th: Some Sprouts (Milla Club). Vintage synth sounds and pop songs.
  • Tuesday 30th: St. Paul and The Broken Bones (Technikum). The soul band from the USA will present their last album Young Sick Camelia, which will be out the 7th of September.

*Header image: Deafheaven

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