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The Soft Moon @Tower Musikclub (Bremen): Review

To get the Messed!Up team to leave their well-known home territory of concert venues in Hamburg, there has to be a good reason for that trip. In this case the reason is called The Soft Moon, catching the attention with [...]

December 3, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider

Oscar And The Wolf @Mojo Club (Hamburg): Review

While Max Colombie already plays the big stages in several countries with his project Oscar and the Wolf, he still has a few steps left to reach that level in Germany. It didn’t stop him from selling out the Mojo [...]

November 20, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider

Snail Mail @Molotow (Hamburg): Review

Right in the middle of her set Lindsey Jordan, better known as Snail Mail, made clear that this may be her Hamburg concert debut but not her first time in Hamburg. The first time she visited Hamburg was unintentionally, at [...]

November 8, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider

Villagers @Gruenspan (Hamburg): Review

If you have ever had the pleasure of witnessing the live Villagers show in one of its many forms, then you will no doubt agree that frontman Conor O’Brien is that type of artist best enjoyed in real life, because Villagers [...]

November 7, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider

And One @Grosse Freiheit 36 (Hamburg): Review

On Saturday last week, German EBM/synthpop gods And One performed to a sold-out audience at the Grosse Freiheit 36 in Hamburg. And One is one of those bands a friend of mine in my teenage years introduced me to back in [...]

October 30, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider

Killing Joke @Markthalle (Hamburg): Review

”It’s a fantastic evening Hamburg, really fantastic. We played here at Markthalle for thirty-eight years ago”, Jaz Coleman reflects when Killing Joke start their Hamburg show with one of their greatest songs ever, “Love Like Blood”. His band’s punch-line – [...]

October 23, 2018 Concert Reviews, Recent posts, Slider
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