Three young and talented bands from Aarhus are playing at Gyngen in Mejlgade the 26th of June (tomorrow). The entrance is free and the beers are cold, so let’s gather for the future of Aarhus!
If you would like to explore just a little bit of what the new musical generation in Aarhus are up for, you should definitely go to Gyngen the 26th of June. Three young bands are playing indie inspired music with elements all from jazz to classical and the entrance is for free (!)
SANT is a new local band which consists of eight musicians. The sound is a delightful mix of melancholy and melodic post-rock. The concert at Gyngen is SANT’s live-debut, but if you ask this author it will not be their last.
ALBERT MONK is the artist name of the 23 year old Thomas Solgaard who is composing his own music which consists of elements from jazz, classical and the singer/songwriter genre. Albert Monk’s concert at Gyngen will be a unique solo performance.
ALPACA was formed in 2011 at Mellerup Eftskole and play a tuneful mix of pop-rock with jazz and funk elements. When I heard the band play at Walthers Musikcafé in Skanderborg I thought of Agnes Obel having a baby with Norah Jones (and that is pretty cool!)
So, join tomorrow for three talented bands who could be the next ‘big thing’ in Aarhus.