Top Concerts October

  • Wednesday 2nd: Drab Majesty (Ampere). If you like Joy Division or Depeche Mode you are going to love this duo from Los Angeles.
  • Sunday 6th of October: Nouvelle Vague (Muffathalle). The Parisian collective is well-known for making versions of all times pop classics.
  • Sunday 6th: David Hasselhoff (Olympiahalle). We like irony, so we like this man. Maybe doesn’t suit our taste in music, but this would be an authentic show for sure.
  • Monday 7th: Sunn O))) (Backstage). Sunn O))) is more than music, the experimental band explores the boundaries between sound and noise playing an indescribable mix of metal, drone, jazz, and modern music.
  • Monday 7th: Stereo Total (Strom). The awesome pair come again to Munich to present their unique music that moves between punk, rock, disco or electro.
  • Monday 7th: Nils Frahm (Philarmonie im Gasteig). If you have seen one of the shows that Nils Frahm offers, you will agree that it’s magic. If not, buy your ticket now, we guarantee that you won’t regret it.
  • Tuesday 8th: Touché Amoré & Deafheaven (Backstage). Be ready for a hardcore noisy night with two amazing bands.
  • Tuesday 8th: Frankie Cosmos (Heppel & Ettlich). Frankie Cosmos is a synonym of sweetness and the project of Greta Kline who with Luke Pyenson (drums) Alex Bailey (bass guitar, keyboards) and Lauren Martin (keyboards, synthesizers) will present their last album Close it Quietly.
  • Tuesday 8th: One Sentence. Supervisor (Milla Club). The band plays with ideas and concepts applying smart activism through their hypnotic songs.
  • Wednesday 9th of October: Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker (Muffathalle). Nick Murphy has decided not to hide and present his first album with his real name after having released some albums with the Chet Faker name.
  • Wednesday 9th: Lee Fields & The Expressions (Technikum). We have seen this man and his band so many times, and he never disappoints. Soul and energy for your body.
  • Sunday 13th: Allah-las (Freheiz). The Californian band will bring some sun to our autumn.
  • Monday 14th: Alex Cameron (Strom). The atypical crooner comes back to Munich. This is a must, trust us.
  • Tuesday 15th: Ilgen-Nur (Import Export). The Hamburg based musician presents her debut album Power Nap, about what means to be cool and other millennial stories.
  • Tuesday 15th: Pixies (Tonhalle) The legendary band visits Munich and it does with Blood Red Shoes as a warming band.
  • Thursday 17th Chromatics (Muffathalle). Hypnotic melodies, a velvety voice, and dream pop. This will be a magic night for sure.
  • Friday 18th: James Rhodes (Prinzregententheater). The story of James Rhodes makes him a different pianist, and an incredible writer. We can only say a word: goosebumps.
  • Sunday 20th: Kokoroko (Ampere). Afrobeat sounds and jazz grooves. Something that is worth to see live.
  • Monday 21th: Metronomy (TonHalle). “Cool” is the best definition for Metronomy, who will present their sixth album, Metronomy Forever.
  • Tuesday 22nd: Tito & Tarantula (Backstage). Once again, the authors of one of the famous songs of From Dusk Until Dawn visit Munich.
  • Thursday 24th: When Saints Go Machine (Rote Sonne). Layers of sounds, textures, electronics and also classical instrumentation. Something unique.
  • Sunday 27th: The Thurston Moore Group (Strom). The half of Sonic Youth continues exploring and experimenting with rock’n’roll and noise with his band.
  • Tuesday 29th: The Midnight (Strom). Mix Drive, 80s aesthetics, vaporwave, synthesizers and voilà, you have The Midnight.
  • Thursday 31st: Blood Red Shoes (Strom). Get Tragic – their last album – reflects the idea of having been through a lot. Powerful rock’n’roll.
  • Thursday 31st: Yungblud (Backstage). Fierce songs between rock, pop, and rap as the protest of a new generation. The show is sold out, but maybe you can try your luck at the door.

*Header image: The Midnight

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