Welcome, to the first of the weekly guides in this promising new year.
This week, you’ll be able to experience Inspired By Music Festival at Atlas and VoxHall. They’ve booked some really great names, and they’ve made sure, that all of us who had an expensive December can go check them out. Yup, there’s no entrance fee! Also this week, the grand opening of the new venue in town: TAPE!
Here’s the top 5 concerts this week:
In to electronic music? Well, here’s a rather interesting act for ya. Louis Carnell is an artist from London, and we’re really excited about having him here. His sound is experimental and futuristic, sort of a development of the electronic sound we know and hear a lot today. If you haven’t got anything better to do, this is a really good Tuesday offer.
Ah yes, this could be the year for Palace Winter! Earlier today, it was announced that they’ll be playing at Roskilde Festival this summer, earlier this week we gave them a spot on our Class of 2016, but first up: a concert at Radar. As support they’re bringing our very own J. Bruno. Last year he was played at several Danish radio stations, and it seems like he’s enjoying some well deserved succes.
Now, we (almost) never have sold out shows on our guides, but this opening event of TAPE deserves to be on it, as it is something everyone should know about. TAPE is the new venue in town, and we’re loving the idea of its existence. The forthcoming shows announced lives up to the idea of TAPE, and we can’t wait to enjoy what they present. Obviously, their opening party is with great names, here’s what you’ll be missing out on: Marching Church, Hahn Kult. Grand Prix, Manmade Deejay, Bad Astma, FOSSILS, Soho Rezanejad, The Love Coffin, Modest.
She’s back! Recently, Emma Acs released her second album, “Give In To Whatever”, following up on her debut from 2010, “Champagne”. Meaning, we’ve been waiting for five years, but I gotta say, it feels great to have her back. Haven’t heard her album yet? Go ahead, do it already.
What a legend he is! It’s always an honor, when you have one of the founding members of such a significant band in town. In the 70’s, he founded Sonic Youth with Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon, and he is best known from his work with this band, but he’s done a lot more than “just” that. Fun fact: In 2004, Rolling Stone named him the 33. best guitarist in the world. Enjoy!