New week, new guide. This time we’ve done it a bit different from what we usually do, and actually took the courtesy of making you guys a Wednesday-Saturday plan with one concert each day.
Naturally, we realise that you can’t go to concerts every day, especially this week when the selected ones are a bit expensive. Consider it as inspiration, and as always, feel free to tell us if you’re going somewhere else this week. Who knows, you might convince other people to go that concert as well?
Gotta say, this man has been really productive since his first release in what… 2008?
Not all of his records are good, I’m sure even his biggest fans will agree to that, but some of ‘em are incredible. His latest release, ‘b’lieve I’m going down’, is among the really good ones, no doubt.
Good ol’ Mew. We just love them, and we’re extremely glad to have them back here in Aarhus.
They’ve been travelling the world this year, with their latest release ‘+ -‘, released in April this year. Bobby McBride wrote the review, and I’m sure you’re convinced after reading his article.
This concert was up against Christian Hjelm + SIVU at Stakladen, which still deserves a recommendation, but have you heard the latest album from Den Sorte Skole?
I mean, I felt certain that these guys made the album of their career with “Lektion III”, but this is, in my opinion, just as good. Once again, they’re joining forces with Dark Matters!
Alright, this one is special. The doors open at 22:00, and this is where you enter Radar and have a few beers and some vodka shots, hang out with your friends or whatever. At 23:59, LISERSTILLE will enter the stage at a different Radar than we usually know. Yup, this time it’s transformed into a sort of club, inviting you to stay after the concert. Actually, Radar won’t close until 04:00 in the morning!
LISERSTILLE brought the idea to Radar, who gave the band permission to do whatever they wanted with the venue. Check out the event, and hopefully, we’ll see you there!