Here’s our guide to this weeks concerts in Aarhus!
Mark Morris (UK) – HeadQuarters, 60 kr.
The former front figure of The Bluetones stops by HeadQuarters for concert arranged by Train and HQ. With The Bluetones he had more than 13 top 40 songs and 3 top 10 albums, and he has recently released his second solo-album; so this is quite an experienced (and god damn talented) guy.
Money (UK) + support: The Rosie Way – Atlas, 90 kr.
Money plays rock with greater artistic ambitions, and they’re good at it! Their dramatic and unique sound has been impressing critics worldwide, and back in 2012 they were mentioned as the next big thing in both NME and The Guardian.
The Rosie Way is a young Danish band from Aalborg, that plays evocative and melodic based rock.
RADAR [HIGH]: Collarkids + Zebu Zarina + ASTRONAUT + LUUNA + Mathias Okholm – Radar, 10 kr.
It’s Rock/Balkan/Reggae evening at Radar, when they once again open their doors and arms for some of the young and talented Aarhus bands! For 10 kr. you get a very exciting line-up, and you support the local scene – why the f not?
Mund De Carlo w/band – HeadQuarters, free entrance!
Carlos Demsitz aka. Mund De Carlo just released his debut album ‘Frit Fald’, and the energetic and really talented rapper stops by HQ for a free concert. He has been mentioned as one of the best live-rappers, and I got this feeling that he’ll suit the stage at HQ just fine!
Den Sorte Skole feat. Dark Matters + Support: Bwoy De Bhajan – VoxHall, 185 kr.
One of the Danish electronic heavyweights visits VoxHall. I had the pleasure of seeing their concerts at both Spot and Roskilde last year – two very different but equally good experiences. The support act is one of the most promising young electronic names Bwoy De Bhajan. If you haven’t been by last years EP ‘2032’, you should definitely give it a chance.