Last week we reported RECession festival will host another venue and afterparty at HeadQuarters. This monday the final lineup has been confirmed with Agata & Me, Machinery of Joy og FABL and indie/rock afterparty Strangeways.
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With origins in the Balkans and Sicily two southern europeans meet on a nordic winter night: melancholy strikes.
“Their music is indeed a strange mix of measured, electronic doses, buzzing loops, acoustic instruments and experimental vocals. (…) The songs are sometimes even pure small songwriter pearls. (…) Agata & Me appear as a dark, musical connection with personality, that without a doubt has its quiet raison d’être.”- Cd review by Danish independent music magazine Geiger.
Fab ‘is a focused and dynamic band from Aarhus, with combination of adventurous soundscapes, exciting energetic rhythms and catchy elements from the electronic world.
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While day turns into night Machinery of Joy plays their way into your dreams and your nightmares. If you dare follow the snake woman through the twisted, alternative universe, you get the pleasure of listening to dark, captivating tones, noise walls and propulsive beats.
Machinery of Joy is predominantly inspired by industrial and noise rock, but keeps a constant focus on the melodic tunes. Lead singer Laura Noszczyk alternates between low notes and floating, bright vocal pieces, so that both sky and sea are met. To prod the listener’s attention Machinery of Joy experiments with both sounds and effects.