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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...
Last December, Public Service Broadcasting gave their first ever Hungarian concert when they opened for Editors. This time they’re coming back as a headlining act, which is great news because we can f...
2018 április 26. csütörtök 23:00 M2 Petőfi TV
Antal Nimrod's legendary film has even more legendary film music by Neo that is absolutely fresh and kicking today too: on the 15th birthday of the @38 Ship Mátyás Milkovics and his band will make a special live music performance connected with screening that will evoke scenes from the most loved film on the Hungarian scene since the turn of the millenium. It's more than likely that there'll be a packed house. Have you got your ticket?
It's the 30th anniversary of the release of one of the most legendary Hungarian rock albums ever, A halál móresre tanítása the very first LP by the Vágtázó Halottkémek. Recorded live in the Netherlands it became not only a masterpiece of the epoch, but one of the most influential albums of alternative music ever presenting a new artistic approach and a spiritual reference living today as well. So on April 25th all can cry that is in oneselves since there will be a never returning chance to hear the band play this album live again presenting their very debute. Support act will be by the excellent Psycho Mutants.
Dennis Lyxzén, frontman of Refused returns after four years with his post-punk band INVSN to Budapest! Paying a tribute to the synthpop and new wave traditions of the eighties they'll have a great gig at the 041 room of the Dürer Kert organised by the A38 Ship. Support act will be by the Budapest-located synthwave indietronica duo, the Maneuver Maneuver.
Due to great interest this event will be extended with the Red Swamp’s album-release gig and moved to the Akvárium club
+ guests: Bognár Szilvia, Henri Gonzo (Fran Palermo), Prieger Szabolcs & Fanni, Beck Zaza (30Y)
Two postpunk post-rock bands with immense energies that will fill you with such power that is going to relieve you and make happy through their sound, flow and joy! Each ticket goes with a free CD!
Last year's return of the Swedish ambient legend for more than twenty years the Carbon Based Lifeforms has stunned their psybient audience with the most ghostly album by their duo ever. Derelicts is built up of analogue sound samples reaching the sky in a way in which they both draw from the tradition by Brian Eno, Boards of Canada or Aphex Twin and take on an own voyage bringing you around their music rotating like a satellite. Thanx to the Avatar Carbon Based Lifeforms returns to the A38 Ship to take away all with them.
Seems unbelievable, but Péter Egri founded his band 20 years ago and the Mystery Gang has brought back dance to the Budapest night. This trio redefining garage rock and rockabilly will sum up the very best of its work and play it on the A38 Ship's roofterrace. Their support will be the Memphis Moon ‘55 which is tied to them in hundred ways.
After the sold out Hiperkarma Halloweens the band by Robi Bérczesi returns with a special club concert to the A38 Ship on its birthday, since they'll play all songs from the band's legendary album titled Amondó released 15 years ago. This album featuring songs of massive textures, exciting music solutions and even today great live favourites became a timeless frame for a guaranteed and unrepeatable time voyage into some of the best chapters in the history of the Hungarian alternative music to make it more understanble and experiencable again.
One of Budapest's most popular indie electro djs, Kecske will make you dance until dawn on our airy roof terrace.
+ Wonda, Cashtag
A great young illusionist will make you feel weird, full of magic, fun and entertainment with his spectacular show at the beautiful gallery of the Ship.
First official album by Akkezdet Phiai was released 15 years ago in 2003. Titled "Akkezdet" their debute defined the direction of development concerning Hungarian hiphop lyrics of the following years and it was included in the album titled 303 best Hungarian albums ever. It became such a success that it was even incorporated into the exams of literature in some secondary schools. "Akkezdet" and the A38 Ship are of the same age. Due to 15th jubilee one of the most influential bands of the Hungarian alternative scene will play again their legendary hiphop album.
The Hungarian Fan Club meets up to make a huge Black Celebration dedicated to the great immortals of the British new wave.
On this night featuring the freshest and coolest music from Britain the best djs will present the true essence of the British Mood for great music.