I was kindly invited by Art Parasites to review Father John Misty’s yesterday’s show in Berlin focussing not only the music and performance, but also in what way the music can inspire feelings and its impact on the state of mind.
U.S. Girls started off their cozy smoky intimate show at Monarch Berlin with our song on repeat “Rosemary”. Not afraid of shrill vocals, Meg Remy and her co-singer played with distortions and little vocal and instrumental dissonances,. The songs were either coloured in lingering gloomy wave sounds, or as a crazy persiflage of danceable 60s girlContinue reading “U.S. Girls live at Monarch, Berlin”
As for a week with three concerts and with Suuns melodies still echoing in the head I cannot avoid writing this first live review for repeat magazine in the end. Hypnotic was the first impression when the Canadian quartet hit their first tunes on the stage of Control Club in Bucharest. The wafting bassContinue reading “Suuns live @ Control Club Bucharest”