Blahalouisiana | A zenekar legzsúfoltabb nyara

Blahalouisiana
Lemezbemutató előtt: Blahalouisiana

November 3-án mutatja be az A38 Hajón, már telt házas koncerten, a Felső Tízezer társaságában Alagutak, fények, nagymamád jegenyéi című új lemezét a Blahalouisiana. Schoblocher Barbara énekesnővel beszélgettünk élete legfontosabb zenéiről és zenéhez kapcsolódó pillanatairól. A friss lemezt pedig az interjú végén meg is lehet hallgatni.

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Public Service Broadcasting | The rise and fall of Welsh coalmining

Public Service Broadcasting are preparing for their first headline show in Hungary

Last December, Public Service Broadcasting gave their first ever Hungarian concert when they opened for Editors. This time they’re coming back as a headlining act, which is great news because we can finally witness a longer set from them. Also since that gig, the London  trio released their third longplayer Every Valley – an album which touches on the subject of Welsh coalmining. Not a very rock-and-roll topic, you might think, but PSB pulled off the task masterfully.

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Laibach | Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Laibach return to A38 Ship with their new album ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra’

No matter how many times they have been here, we are always super-excited to welcome them again. They were formed in Ljubljana 37 years ago, they first played in Hungary in 1983, they have visited the A38 three times, they were the first European band to play in North Korea, and this year they released their latest album Also Sprach Zarathustra. Before their 4th concert on the Ship, we asked the guys in Laibach a few questions about the new songs, Stanley Kubrick, Rammstein, Iron Sky and both Koreas.

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Lola Marsh | Marsh-mellow

After a succesful show at Sziget, Lola Marsh returns to Hungary to play on A38 Ship

First of all, if anyone still has any doubts – Lola Marsh is not a person’s name. It’s a band from Tel Aviv, led by singer Yael Shoshana Cohen and guitarist-keyboardist-songwriter Gil Landau. The indie-folk/dream-pop outfit is returning to Hungary two months after their memorable set at this year’s Sziget Festival. The band released their long-awaited debut album Remember Roses this June, and their gig on the A38 is one of the most anticipated events this fall.

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András Áron ‘Apey’ | I’m a Big Neil Young Nerd

Apey returns to A38 Ship with his third solo album

András Áron, known as Apey has a very unique approach to songwriting and lyrics; he is more like  a storyteller, a Hungarian Neil Young. When he’s not working for his other bands – Trillion and Apey & The Pea – he writes slow-burning ballads on his acoustic guitar. After last year’s Foxes, he put together the follow-up, Stranger, which he will perform in it’s entirety on October 21 at A38 Ship.

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Babé Sila | MINDEN IDŐK

Babé Sila meghatározó zene-és koncertélményeiről és az őt ért legfontosabb hatásokról mesélt blogunknak

Október 16-án, az osztrák Leyya társaságában lép fel az A38 Hajó Kiállítóterében a puha neo-R&B-ben utazó énekesnő, a korábban barbarastahl néven szereplő Babé Sila. Élete meghatározó zenei élményeiről és terveiről beszélgettünk.

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The Black Lips | Bad Kids

The Georgia quartet, Black Lips bring their new album to A38 Ship

‘We are the ones that your parents always warned you of’, could be the motto of Georgia flower punk / garage rock outfit Black Lips. Cole Alexander and co. are well-known for their infamous provocative behavior on stage, so if you go to their show, you might expect the unexpected.

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Useme | Szélesvásznú ég

Az előzőhöz hasonlóan az A38-on mutatja be új lemezét a USEME

Az egykori Subscribe-, Blind Myself-, The Idoru-, Ganxsta Zolee és a Kartel-tagokból, valamint hangstúdió-vezetőből létrejött USEME szupergrup úgy látszik, idén sem lassít: az év elején az AWS és a Leander Kills társaságában bejárták az országot, majd ott voltak az összes fontosabb nyári fesztiválon, 2017-re pedig októberben felteszik a koronát az új album, a Szélesvásznú ég megjelenésével – természetesen az A38-on.

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Fink | More Fearless Than Ever

Fink and his band return to A38 Ship after three years

Three years after Hard Believer, UK-born, Berlin-based singer-songwriter musician Fin Greenall and his band Fink are back with their sixth studio album titled Resurgam, on which they sound more fearless than ever. Recorded with ground-breaking producer Flood (PJ Harvey, U2, Foals, Warpaint, The Killers) at his Assault & Battery studios in North London, it is a collection of whole-hearted, soulful and irrepressible songs that old fans will surely find as appealing as those who are only discovering the band now.

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