Monday, 15 July 2013

Preview: the week ahead (15th - 21st Jul)

Summer hole strikes again. There's not thaaat much going on during the next week(s), but as usual there are still some gems hidden.

Wednesday
Big Harp at Monarch: Big Harp are on Saddle Creek records and they definitely fit on that record label. If you're into singer-songwriter music with an indie-pop and some folk influence, this is for you.

Elvis Costello at Tempodrom: I wish I could go here but right now it's out of my price league for a casual live show visit. Elvis Costello plays music since quite a long time and even though he is not the youngest anymore, his music still sounds fresh and poppy.
The Dropout Patrol at Ä: If you don't already know them and somehow are into "slow-core" and melancholic indie music, check out Berlin's The Dropout Patrol playing at Ä (a Neukölln Bar) this Wednesday.


Thursday
Phoebe Kreutz at Schokoladen: If you missed Phoebe Kreutz on the recent Down by the River festival, here's another chance to see her. Humorous singer songwriter music that's probably most entertaining when you see her live.

Friday
Schokoladen Hoffest: Schokoladen is celebrating it's yearly Hoffest on Friday, Saturday and Sunday! Visit their website for more info and the complete line-up, there are some cool bands playing! Don't miss Emperor X (on Sunday), Antihairball (on Saturday) and Jeans Team (on Friday) plus many more!

Saturday
Dark Times, Urbanoia and Mülltüte at bei Ruth: Noisy punk evening at bei Ruth. Dark Times and Urbanoia both are from Norway, Mülltüte are from Berlin. This sounds like it could be fun live!


Eyehategod at Magnet: Sludge/Doom Metal legends Eyehategod exist since 1988 and in that time they have influenced many other bands of the genre. Think of music somewhere between Black Sabbath and the Melvins.

Sunday
Halasan Bazar and The Felines at Wowsville: Halsan Balzar play psychedelic influenced experimental pop with fluffy melodies and will be joined this night by The Felines, who play lo-fi garage punk rock. A mixture that fits quite well to Wowsville.

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