We are back to the routine in the month of the new opportunities. The warm weather still accompanies us, so let’s enjoy it with music!
- Monday 2nd: Froth (Import Export). Californian lo-fi psychedelia, the perfect combination to start the week. Just chillin
- Wednesday 11th: Amanda Palmer (Alte Kongresshalle). The feminist artist, former singer of The Dresden Dolls is well known for her incredible shows.
- Wednesday 11th: Minami Deutsch (Import Export). Krautrock and evocative sounds from Japan.
- Saturday 14th: Holy Moly & The Crackers (Milla Club). Newcastle’s gypsy rock band as themselves say.
- Saturday 14th: Press Club (Strom). The indie-punk band will present their first album: Late Teens.
- Saturday 14th: Hieb & Stichfest (Kafe Kult) Punk, noisy and garage rock festival that also have an acoustic stage. Decibelles, Theresa Chanson, Küken or Finisterre will be some of the bands playing.
- Sunday 15th: John Cleese – Last time to see me before I die (Philarmonie im Gasteig). Cleese is the author of some of the most famous Monty Python’s soundtracks, like the Life of Brian or The Meaning of Life.
- Monday 16th: Sleaford Mods (Backstage). The perfect mix of punk and hip hop from Nottingham.
- Thursday 19th: Babe Rainbow (Import Export). Folk-rock, experimental music and loads of psychedelia.
- Saturday 21st: Yann Tiersen (Gasteig). The famous author of Amelie’s soundtrack will visit the city again at the Philarmonie.
- Sunday 22nd: Stars (Strom). The beauty of Amy Millan’s vocals combines perfectly with the Torquil Campbell’s trumpet, creating a unique sound.
- Tuesday 24th: Stephen Malkmus (Feierwerk). The Pavement’s leader is coming to present his solo album called Groove Denied. Expect something different and unusual as we are used to with him.
- Saturday 28th: Little Hurricane (Strom). Americana, blues and vintage instruments are what you are going to find in this concert!
- Sunday 29th: Chasity Belt (Feierwerk). Punk but soft at heart, this girly young band based in Seattle will offer an incredible live show. Don’t miss it!
*Header image: Stephen Malkmus by Robbie Augspurger.