Touché Amoré | As honest as possible

Unrelenting honesty: Touché Amoré

Los Angeles artful indie post-hardcore band Touché Amoré return to Budapest on February 5 to present the biggest, boldest, and most artistic album of their career to their local followers. Stage Four is harrowing and unrelenting, a glowing testament to their melodicism, honesty, and unconditional empathy. Before them, Angel Du$t, a band formed by the members of Trapped Under Ice, Mindset and Turnstile will rock out.

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A38 Rocks

On A38 Ship, amps can sound so loud they shake the ship – and during its nearly one and a half decade long history, it has happened a number of times, and history will repeat itself in February. The upcoming concerts of bands like Touché Amoré, The Dillinger Escape Plan or Firewind promise some of the most memorable moshpits, crowdsurfings and fistpumpings that ever took place here. Rock out with your boat!

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OG Maco | Child Of The Rage

Get Lit!

Bringing the slurry, slanted sound of Mystikal into the age of cloud-rap, Atlanta rapper OG Maco burst on the scene in 2014 with the single U Guessed It – which teleported him to XXL Magazine’s 2015 Freshman Class list. Since then, Atlanta’s latest icon has collaborated with Skrillex, 2 Chainz, Migos and Diplo, and released more than a dozen projects of varying lengths, not to mention that he signed to Quality Control Music. Before we get lit in January, we rolled one and dived into his career.

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Snavs | 2015 has been a big year for me

Monstercat's newest dancefloor dominator: Snavs
Monstercat’s newest dancefloor dominator: Snavs

Snavs (meaning grit or dirt in Danish) is a half-hysterical hybrid of bass and instrumental hip hop with plenty of cheap, canned beats, remixes of remixes, skizo-rhythms and distorted synths. The promising Dutch DJ, producer and beat welder took his time and answered our questions before aimed at the A38 Ship with his bass cannon.

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The Subways | Hungarian fans will go crazy for us

Interview with the band’s bassist-vocalist, Charlotte Cooper
Photographer: Greig Clifford
Photographer: Greig Clifford

The Subways have been a force of nature in rock for a decade now. With a youthful exuberance in all that they do and universal tales of love, loss and breaking free, their new self-titled record may well just be the full realisation of all that they’re capable of – and on December 10, they’ll showcase it to their Hungarian fans. We’ve sat down for a chat with bassist-vocalist Charlotte Cooper to talk about their previous concerts in Budapest, self-producing their latest record and a lot more.

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Editors | A Cross Section of Every Single One of Us

An interview with founding member-drummer Edward Lay
Synth-heavy, haunting slow-burn epics: Editors
Synth-heavy, haunting slow-burn epics: Editors

Editors went from Interpol-esque post-punk act to a new wave/synth-pop band, heavily influenced by the 80s. Their newest album, In Dream, released this fall is full of haunting slow-burn epics, that build with Kubrick-ian intensity. But before their live performance grabs you by the throat on December 8 at Barba Negra Music Club, we asked their drummer, Edward Lay about changes in the lineup, self-producing their record and Hungarian festivals.

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Fabien Miclet | Join forces and work together

Interview with Liveurope’s coordinator
The live music platform for new European talents: Liveurope
The live music platform for new European talents: Liveurope

A38 Ship is a proud member of Liveurope, an initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote up-and-coming European artists. But how it started, what are the hardships about it and what the future holds for it? We’ve asked the initiative’scoordinator, Fabien Miclet about it.

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The Glitch Mob I Everyone feels included

Interview with the glitch-hop trio
Rockstar-electronica: The Glitch Mob
Rockstar-electronica: The Glitch Mob

One of the greatest and most bombasticly staged acts of rockstar-electronica, the Glitch Mob returnes after four years to the A38 Ship on June 24! The Los Angeles based producer-trio will give its only club gig at ours on their usual summer European tour. Before blowing the ship’s roof off, we’ve asked them about their relationship with their fans, about their D.I.Y.-philosophy and about a lot more.

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Little Boots | Songwriting Is My First Love

Interview with the British electropop diva
Little Boots
Electropop elegance with loosy privacy: Little Boots

One of the most impersonal British performers, Little Boots melting together electropop elegance with loosy privacy is coming to Hungary for the third time. First she performed as a DJ, then had a huge festival performance at Sziget Festival and on 23 April she will present her forthcoming third album at A38 Ship within the frames of a perfect club concert as part of the Budapest Spring Festival.

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Gemma Ray | I Just Keep My Eyes and Mind Open

Interview with the pop noir singer-songwriter before her Budapest gig
Gemma Ray
Photo: Steve Gullick

Born in England, living in Berlin, Gemma Ray is one of the most suggestive singer-songwriters of the European scene. Mixing elements of blues, art-pop, girl-pop, folk, gloomy film-soundtracks, “pop noir”, she’s just like a never seen actress from a Lynch- or Tarantino-movie. A38 Ship welcomes Gemma Ray on March 11 in the intimate exhibition space of the Ship. (Read here the Hungarian version)

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