Saturday 1st: The Lucky Punch (Backstage). Rock, psychedelia, and rays of sunlight in your ears.
Monday 3rd: Ride (Strom). The legendary shoegaze band from the 90s will present their last album, “This Is Not A Safe Place” produced by the DJ Erol Alkan.
Wednesday 5th: Stereophonics (TonHalle). If you had sung “Make me feel like the one” once in your life, you know this is the place to be.
Thursday 6th: Hannah Williams & The Affirmations (Kranhalle). This soul band offers a look to the past with lyrics of the present.
Thursday 6th: Gender Roles (Folks! Club). This punk-rock band will present their first album, called Prang.
Friday 7th: Pional (Bahnwärter Thiel). The Spanish DJ and producer, who has released records with Hivern Discs and Permanent Vacation among other labels, come to Bahnwärtel Thiel for the first time to revolutionize the dancefloor.
Saturday 8th: The Darkness (Technikum). I believe in a Thing Called Love is a hit. Glam-rock and glitter!
Saturday 8th: Pisse (Milla Club). German punk and lyrics talking about vernissages, internships in the Caribbean and other interesting topics.
Saturday 8th: Laurent Garnier (Blitz Club). The “monsieur” Garnier comes back to Blitz with his fine and effective techno music.
Tuesday 10th: The Growlers (Muffathalle). Americana, surf-rock music and psychedelia to make you dance.
Tuesday 10th: Mikal Cronin (Milla Club). Cronin had played bass and saxophone with Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees. With this CV nothing can be wrong. This concert will be magic, trust us. Plus, we are giving away free tickets.
Tuesday 10th: UK SUBS (Hansa 39). Even after 40 years the UK SUBS are still on stage to celebrate the punk rock of the ’77ies.
Tuesday 11th: Twin Temple (Backstage). This couple profess their love for Satan making soul and doo-woop music. A must this month!
Wednesday 12th: Kaiser Chiefs (Technikum). If you were singing “Ruby Ruby, Ruby” in the mid- 2000 and don’t hate it nowadays, this concert is for you.
Wednesday 12th: Petrol Girls (Folks! Club). They were the warm up band of Refused and Thriced concert the last year. They came again to present their feminist songs, this time as the main band. Girl power!
Wednesday 12th: Máni Orrason (Milla). Pop is the word. This young musician from Iceland bring some fresh air with him.
Thursday 13th: Liam Gallagher (TonHalle). The charismatic half of the Oasis comes to Munich to present his last album, Why Me? Why Not.
Monday 17th: Mighty Oaks (Muffathalle). If you like The Lumineers or Kings of Leon you are going to love the indie-folk music of this band.
Monday 17th: Yeah but No (Zehner). Electro-pop duo from Berlin. Let’s dance!
Tuesday 18th: Carly Rae Jepsen (TonHalle). Sometimes you need a catchy pop song to cheer you up. If you enjoy guilty pleasures like Call me maybe, don’t worry, you are not alone. This concert will be a fantasy of confetti and pop.
Thursday 20th: Black Marble (Rote Sonne). We are waiting for this concert as a miracle. Darkwave, synthesizers, and a deep voice makes this a perfect combo.
Saturday 22nd: Iris Gold (Milla Club). R’n’b, hip hop and funky is what you will find in the Iris Gold’s debut album “Planet Cool”. Oh yes!
Sunday 23th: Automatic (Import Export). Thos post-punk band from Los Angeles will bring some fresh air to the city!
Monday 24th: Algiers (Strom) Political and powerful rock songs from the United States.
Friday 28th: Digitalism (Technikum). The German duo is back on the road to offer new electronic music and present its last album JPGE.
*Header picture: Ride by Steve Gullick.