The quiet before the storm. As always, autumn is going to be wild on the Berlin live music circuit as I pointed out in my What’s In Store post. So this is a calm week to collect ourselves before we will start losing ourselves on Berlin nights out again.
Ringo Deathstarr at Comet: My lucky guess: this Texan trio’s record collection includes My Bloody Valentine, Lush, and Dinosaur Jr.. So if you miss your 90s indie music, head to Comet on Tuesday and relive. Really rather good.
William Tyler at Monarch: There are so many variations of folk music out there, one loses track. And then one listens to Mr. Tyler and remembers why one liked folk music in the first place. A very talented gentleman in the field of guitar play, that Mr. Tyler that plays you a beautiful crisp guitar and tells you stories along the way. Oh, and he is handsome, too.
Beastie Boys cover night at Kastanienkeller: Hands up who does not like the Beastie Boys. Oops, no hands show. That is because everybody likes the Beastie Boys. So do we. A cover evening is not usually something we report on on The Craze but the line-up of local bands is good and the subject matter a cannot-miss kinda thing. No sleep ‘till Mitte.
Rainbow Arabia and Crime at Urban Spree: LA based electronica-indie for the dance-hungry among you this Saturday night. Local starlets Crime supporting. Urban Spree = fun. Sounds like a good night out.