Rolling post-punk energies, pulsating madness and liberating hardness. On September 28, Odonis Odonis, a Canadian electronic industrial group, will exercise the part of our brain responsible for hearing. Before the show we asked them about the band history, the songwriting processes and about their new EP, titled ICON.
Martin Kohlstedt, the sensitive, neoclassicist German pianist, composer, musician will come back to the stage of A38 on the 23rd of September with a brand new, immersive and captivating journey. We asked Martin before the show about his musical story, influences and artistic choices.
Vintage Trouble is coming to A38 to once again shake the boat and the souls of the audience on the 6th of July. But before the show we had some questions about the new album, Heavy Hymnal, the pivotal moments of their career and their show in Budapest.
They last played here in 2012, and they are eager to return to the A38 for a double concert! Led by frontman Wayne Hussey, The Mission emerged as a gothic rock band in the mid-eighties, and throughout the years their style has included post-punk, hard rock, alternative rock and electronica as well. With three members from the original classic lineup, they guarantee to blow your minds on May 10 and 11. Guitarist Simon Hinkler and bassist Craig Adams kindly answered our questions.
They mezmerized the audience of Sziget, Glastonbury, InMusic and Pinkpop. The dazzling Amsterdam-based shamanic modern voodoo blues trio, My Baby finally returns to the boat this April. We had a little chat before the show.
Gidge will be playing their first ever A38 concert on December 1. The Swedish duo’s electronic music is shaped by field-recordings of nature and is both comfortable on the dance floor and in a more relaxing environment. Each and every Gidge track creates its own sense of atmosphere and emotion. Their work evolves naturally, often building to powerful peaks from a silent break that is tweaked with vocal samples and neo-classical influences. Ludvig Stolterman and Jonathan Nilsson answered our questions while traveling on a train between Nijmegen and Amsterdam.
For over two decades, the frontman of Orange County hardcore punk band Ignite was Zoli Teglas. The singer, who has a strong connection to Hungary through his ancestors, unexpectedly left the band nearly three years ago. The other members held auditions and chose Eli Santana (formerly known from California met- al group Holy Grail) as their new vocalist They released an eponymous album this March, and on November 11 they will play their first Hungarian concert without Zoli. Bassist Brett Rasmussen answered our quest.
Formed in Bradford four decades ago and led by Justin Sullivan, New Model Army have always been a band that’s almost impossible to label. They have made fifteen albums so far, and the latest one, From Here, released three years ago, is the highest charting of their career. NMA are definitely in great shape, and they are coming back to the A38 for their fourth appearance here. Around their previous visit, we asked frontman Sullivan a few questions.
Austrian duo Cari Cari are one of the hottest musical acts of their country right now. Alexander Köck and Stephanie Widmer released their debut album Anaana in 2018, and this September they delivered their follow-up, titled Welcome To Kookoo Island. We asked the pair about the beginnings, the new songs, Quentin Tarantino, Austropop, Burgenland, and more.
Meskerem Mees singer songwriter emerged from the Belgian music scene in 2020 with her debut single ‘Joe’. The freely wandering, soul catching wibes of her songs immediately resonated with the audience bringing her more and more success. Next she’s coming to the Ship to mesmerize us with her music on the 24th of September but before that we were curious about a few things and cought her for a few thoughts.