On tour with "Mucke Bei Die Fische #3" and Motorama
Mucke bei die Fische #3
Round three at the Molotow: The showcase festival "Mucke bei die Fische" ('music with the fish') will bring together a colourful group of artists, some of whom have never been on stage over here. Among them, classical whizz kids of the calibre of a Malik Harris, but likewise insider tips such as the sombre, sensual French pop of Juniore. Also, the bright-eyed and bushy-tailed songwriter Jerry Williams and the Swedish dream trio ViVii will perform live – both were already our guests last year. Moreover, there will be half a dozen further artists who will be yet more visible in the international music scene in the years to come – even apart from the Reeperbahn Festival.
Those who want to be part of the show should keep an eye on our Facebook page. Starting on 11 January, you can win 2x2 guest list tickets.
Too many bands and their song writing get lost in conventional triviality when trying to develop their music consistently in style. This is not the case with the boys of Motorama. The project from western Russia celebrates a sovereignty that has found almost a mystical balance between post punk nostalgia and driving jangle pop. Their sound holds reminiscences of the 80s, is bittersweet and sombre, while retaining its autonomy. At the Reeperbahn Festival 2013, Motorama already showed that their growing self-confidence at live concerts is absolutely justified. Last year, "Many Nights" finally demonstrated it: This band is just hitting the ground running.
You want to convince yourself? Motorama will be coming to Germany in February for nine performances. Starting on 29 January, we will raffle 1x2 guest list tickets per city on Facebook. Keep up - it's worthwhile!