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How music was saved by a first-person shooter

There’s no secret that most musicians struggle financially in the digital music economy. Hardly no record sales and low-paid gigs due to saturated concert markets forces musicians to use their creativity in new ways to be able to live off [...]

November 25, 2018 Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up

Messed!Up need journalists/interviewers!

Messed!Up experience a wild and crazy period with loads of interviews and concerts in the pipeline and we need YOU to make this work out! Since March this year it’s been an amazing period and we have grown from being [...]

October 29, 2018 Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up

Reeperbahn Festival: Showcasing tomorrow’s stars

Reeperbahn Festival 2018 is around the corner and Messed!Up Magazine will be on location to do interviews, reviews and photo shoots of bands. Since it was first conceived in 2006 it has evolved into what is now a worldleading series [...]

September 16, 2018 Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up

Market monopoly on the festival circuit and fewer gigs for bands?

As festivalgoers get home from enjoying Roskilde Festival, Wacken, Reading/Leeds Festival and many similar events creating memorable weekends across Europe this summer, a warning has gone out that many events are surviving on such precarious finances that as many as [...]

August 31, 2018 Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up

Amphi Festival: Two days of dark industrial/electronic music

Amphi Festival is around the corner for its 14th edition on July 28th and 29th and as usual it takes place at Tanzbrunnen in the center of the fair area in Cologne. The festival invite fans and supporters of the [...]

July 27, 2018 Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up

MS Dockville: Festival of music and arts in Hamburg

August offers many festivals for Messed!Up and between August 17th and 19th we visit the MS Dockville festival in Hamburg for three days of music and art exhibitions. The festival’s location in the harbor of Hamburg with its urban industrial [...]

July 13, 2018 Festivals, Recent posts, Slider, Whats!Up