Channeling Our Rage Into Songs | Pinpilinpussies – Ahoy! #7

Raquel and Ane have the energy of an earthquake on stage. Their first objective is to have a good time and we have no other choice but to join them and enjoy the songs of Pinpilinpussies. The Barcelona-based duo performs on A38 Ship with the support of Liveurope on 13th of November sharing a stage with the Hungarian Giliszta. The nine songs of their first album Fuerza 3 maintain both sincerity and rage: lyrics based on their own experiences and emotions that take reference to different genres ranging from pop to punk, from ballad to mosh pits. It is an imminent, energetic, forceful and gripping album from the very first song to the end. Raquel and Ane are very excited about their first show in Hungary – we’re greeting them with a loud Ahoy! on board.

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Constantly Evolving | 5K HD

5K HD is celebrated at pop festivals as an atmospheric experience and at jazz festivals as virtuosic innovators – they sound futuristic, fragile, epic, brutal, playful, threatening, cinematic, distorted, light and easy, dope, badass, sensitive. The avantgarde pop band from Vienna played already on A38 Ship in 2019 with the support of Liveurope. We checked in while they were touring, read more to see what they are up to. 

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Freedom Is the Essence of Having Joy in Music | Ina West (PL) – Ahoy!#6

The first English edition of Ahoy! presents you the Polish producer, vocalist, author of music and lyrics: INA WEST. She creates trance, abstract, dance pop with elements of modern Polish folk and jazz, her live performance serves a combination of classical instruments with dance bits and raw vocal harmony. She is one of our artists on this year’s Budapest Showcase Hub on the 21st of October. BUSH brings you not only the hottest current topics and trends of the Eastern bloc but you can easily find and up-and-coming artists who might become your new favourite. Check out our Liveurope performer Ina West, O’Sullivan and Aron Andras & the Black Circle Orchestra this week.

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The Music Has to Come Before Everything | Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats

In the year of their 10th anniversary, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats are finally playing their first ever Hungarian concert, with Radio Moscow as co-headliners. Led by the group’s only constant member Kevin Starrs, the psychedelic Cambridge quartet released their fifth longplayer Wasteland last fall to critical acclaim. Ahead of their A38 gig on June 13, we asked Kevin a bunch of questions.

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Alt-pop’s Next Dominatrix | Tsar B

R’n’b singer-producer Tsar B plays her Hungarian debut show on A38 Ship on 23 November

A38 Ship is more than happy to welcome talented international performers who have proved to be successful in their home countries. With the help of Liveurope, we bring to Budapest performers whom we think should get more international recognition. Belgian alt-pop singer, Justine Bourgeus a.k.a. Tsar B just released her self-produced debut album ‘The Games I Played’, which she will showcase on 23 November on A38 Ship. We asked the singer-producer about her inspirations, her influence on the dancing scene and about her home country.

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To Marry Modern Technology and Tradition | Chad Lawson

Chad Lawson performs his set with a piano connected to an iPad – see him live on A38 Ship Thursday

American pianist Chad Lawson is equally influenced by classical music, pop and jazz, he has done soundtrack work and he has been performing in bands and also as a solo artist. On October 11, he is playing his fist ever Hungarian concert on the A38, promoting his latest album Re:piano. Ahead of the show, we had a little chat with him.

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Shantel | I am a European musician

Shantel returns to A38 Ship with his unique mixture of electronic and balkan music

Stefan Hantel, a.k.a. Shantel is one of the most unique artist on the German scene – he and his band plays Balkan-flavored electronic scene. They have played in Hungary several times, but it is always a pleasure for us to welcome them back. Prior to their next concert on the A38, we asked Stefan about the early days, his favorite Balkan artists, Bukovina and even his plans to run for the mayor of Frankfurt next year.

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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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Ryley Walker | It’s great in Budapest

Following his solo concert last year, Ryley Walker returns to A38 Ship with his band

Ryley Walker is the reincarnation of the true American guitar player. That’s as much a testament to his roving, rambling ways, or the fact that his Guild D-35 guitar has endured a few stints in the pawnshop. Last year, he showed us what he is capable of as a solo artist, and on August 4th, he is back as the frontman of his band to present his new psychedelic Americana record, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung. But before the blast, he also answered our questions.

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