Edit: Events are postponed! – Top Concerts in March

Mura Masa by Darcy Hailor

Thursday 5: Mura Masa (Muffathalle). The UK artist mix rap, hip hop and electronic and has collaborated with A$AP Rocky among others. 

Friday 6: Girl Ray (Milla Club). Pop perfection. This is what Girl Ray are. A band formed by three girls in the north of London who sing about friendship and other subjects with a special r&b and 80s touch. 

Friday 6: DJ Koze (Blitz Club). Take the chance of dance to the songs of this fantastic DJ in one of his very rare club shows. It’s going to be an unforgettable night!

Sunday 8: Stonefield (Milla Club). This Australian girl band has supported KIng Gizzard & the Wizard Lizzard, and they are on the same wavelength: fuzz, heavy rock and guitar riffs. 

Monday 9: Ephemerals (Milla Club). This duo makes a good mixture of soul and electronic music. After a couple years, they come back to the stages with a new album called “The third eye”. 

Wednesday 11: DIIV (Strom). Zachary Cole Smith, the leader of this band and also previous member of Beach Fossils, has been in the hell but now come back with new songs and more noise and shoegaze after a while. A must this month!

Wednesday 11: COMA (Rote Sonne). This German duo will make you dance with their elegant beats. If you like Roosevelt or Parcels you will love the songs of their album Voyage Voyage. 

Sunday 15: Bombay Bicycle Club (Backstage). We could enjoy their concert in the Puls Festival and we can only tell that you should go there. Their live as their songs have something epic, some anger against injustices and modern life that makes you sing out loud. 

Tuesday 17: EDEN (Backstage). Electronic music and an incredible sensitivity are the ingredients of Eden’s music. He will present his last album “No future”, the motto of the generation X that could be the motto of our times. 

Wednesday 18: Toundra (Backstage). This Spanish progressive rock band will come back to Munich to present a really special show. This year, the legendary German silent film Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari turns 100 and they wrote and recorded an original soundtrack for it which they will play along with visuals from the film. 

Thursday 19: RIVER (Rote Sonne). This new band will present their debut album, but they are not a newcomers, as they have been playing in other bands like Salewsky. A great concert for sure.

Sunday 22: Bleib Modern + Paar (Milla Club). Two of the Munich’s scene best bands (which we recommended in this playlist. Dark wave, post-punk, krautrock and the feeling of being in a David Lynch film is what to expect in this concert. Everything a winning combination. 

Sunday 22: Tempers (Rote Sonne). More dark-wave with this New York duo that comes to Munich to present their last album Private Life.  

Friday 27: Viagra Boys (Hansa39). Punk, punk, and more punk! Viagra Boys are, as they say, a mirror for the absurdity of the existence and 6 musicians that come from diverse backgrounds like hardcore and jazz.

Sunday 29th: Sebadoh (Strom). These lo-fi rock legends come to Munich after 6 years without releasing an album, this time to present Act Surprised. Taking into consideration Lou Batlow’s busy schedule with Dinosaur Jr. maybe it’s not so much time, but for some of their fans could be ages. So don’t worry, we will have our dose of guitars, noise, and rock.

*Header picture: Mura Masa by Darcy Haylor

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