Monday mornings usually suck. You’ve had a busy weekend, you might still be hung over; both mentally and physically, and you don’t really feel like getting out of the one thing that seems to be just the way you want it to be: your bed.
But if there’s one thing you should do, it’s to get out of bed on a Monday morning, and figure out how the hell you can reach Friday faster than you did last week. Believe me, staying in bed won’t make the time go faster. Our suggestion is simple: Go out! You could, and this is just an example, go to a concert. Actually, you could just follow this guide we’ve made for ya:
There’s noise guitar and psychedelic elements at Radar Wednesday evening. Coming all the way from Manchester, The Underground Youth will present material they have from their three albums (released in three years on Fuzz Club Records). They have a loyal fan scare all across Europe, and I’m sure more people will join them after their concert this week. Support is from local Zeroine.
They’ve been mentioned in NME, The Line of Best Fit, and Pigeons & Planes. We’ve been around them several times here at SOA, and we feel certain that they’re gonna make it to the top. Earlier this year, they released their EP ‘Love/Venice’, which is only a taste of what’s to come, when they at some point release a full length. This Thursday they’re playing at HeadQuarters, and we’re gonna be there, that’s for sure.
Alright, Friday counts two great concerts – and they’re practically under the same roof. As most people know by now, Fonden VoxHall is both Atlas and VoxHall, and Friday they’re sort of competing against each other with two great concerts:
They’re back. And we’re really happy to have them back playing here in Aarhus as well.
A month ago, they released their latest single, ‘Jeg Ser Dig, following up on the single ‘Face Melting’ from May this year. This is the first material to be released since their incredible album ‘Rhine Gold’ from 2012. They have been active though, they were, as an example, touring Europe with none other than Depeche Mode in 2014.
Now, they just recently won a DMA (Danish Music Award) for best rock album. Many have been commenting on whether or not they’re playing rock music, but let’s skip the genre discussion and maintain focus on what they’ve achieved instead. I mean, this band is actually really big by now, which is cool as they’re singing in Danish and not even close to sounding like Medina or Rasmus Seebach. Anyway, if you haven’t seen them live before, it’s definitely worth checking them out – especially with local Navneløs supporting them. They recently released a new single called ‘Elektrisk Hånd’, and it is definitely worth 7 minutes of your time.
Oh yes, a chance to witness MO99 without it being at a festival. They’ve played at almost all the festivals I’ve been attending the last couple of years. I always want to see them, and a show with them at VoxHall is just what i need. By the way, have you heard their latest album ‘Liber’? Give it a go, and buy your ticket – but hurry up before it’s sold out.
Here’s some footage from P3 Guld, where they, in my opinion, were the only highlight at an otherwise terrible show.