Noises From The Neighborhood

!DelaDap (A), Dunkelbunt (A) DJ-set, Myzrab

Nu-Roma and Balkan-electro from Vienna along with electro-souphy from Budapest. Stormy rhythms, world music and electronica meet on the concerts and afterwards as well in the Balkan-electro sets by Dunkelbunt.

DelaDap (A)

DELADAP - “Crazy Swing & Dirty Jazz” 

“Bring It On”-Release Tour Fall 2016 

“DelaDap have constructed a richly-detailed, broadpalliated soundscape. It is soulful and sophisticated, yet uplifting and reflective throughout. Crazy Swing & Dirty Jazz at its best – Latin meets Hungary and fuses into real world jazz music!” ( 

Bring It On 

“I'm not perfect, baby, that's ok/I wouldn't want it any other way/I paint you pictures  of what it's like, when life's just sweet, sweet as a lollipop,” sing DELADAP on  “King of the Divan,” the first single off their newest album, their seventh. Titles  and lyrics, both of which superbly rendered vocally by DELADAPs dual singers  Yola B and Nomadee, remind us of the joys of the home couch and unapologetically  celebrate laziness. At the same time, each beat bursts with joie de vivre and  an irrepressible drive to party and experience this world, with all its splendour  and contradictions, perennial characteristics of Stani Vana's music since founding  DELADAP in 2004.  

In 2015, Vana—a DJ, musician and producer living in Vienna—was anything but a  “King of the Divan.” He spent the year steadily and passionately working  on the 10 new tracks from Bring It On. Beginning with the overture  “You Are Not Alone,” all the way through to the album closer “Dirty Jazz,”  including standout tracks like “Merry Go Round,” “Ring Me Up,” and “Sleepwalker, ” Vana and DELADAP have constructed a richly-detailed, broad-palleted soundscape.  It is soulful and sophisticated, yet uplifting and reflective throughout.  With its frolicking hilarity mixed with occasional philosophical musings - “Like floating in a boat towards the falls/No control and endless streams of thoughts /Hush hush just let it be/the dawn is closing in to end this dream” from “Sleepwalker”—in Vana's world everything is possible.  
Fantastic sounds and arrangements embrace and enchant the listener without currying favour, all while telling their own unique stories, strengthening and underpinning the lyrics and sensual logic of the songs, adding depth to go along with their superficial appeal.  

Bring It On is also the kind of album you can lose yourself in—in the best possible sense—yet also find yourself. Indeed, dancing and singing along are among the most immediate and important reactions to this music. And as if all that weren't enough, DELADAP have included re-workings of three of their classic songs as an updated, in-a-nutshell version of their history.  

DELADAP's history is one of constant change, progression and the exciting search for their own unique version of pop. “I take one step forward and one step back/dance like crazy and I'm right on track/I'm a rocket on a mission, got no simple plan/just one big vision, people clap your hands,” they sing in “Merry Go Round.” Just like all pop music—indeed, all art—DELADAP want to bring people together on equal footing, get them to connect with each other and not necessarily tear down the artificial walls that separate us on various levels, but instead dance all over them. Omnipresent cultural pessimism is treated lightheartedly on the title track “Bring It On,” though they certainly position themselves against it: “Take my hand we're going out tonight/We'll be like cats and dogs and everything just feels right/Don't think twice, you've waited far too long/now take my hand the best is yet to come.” 

Life is beautiful. Music is beautiful. Dancing is beautiful. All together now. Bring It On!

VOCALS: Nomadee, Yola B
DJ: Stani Vana
DUMMS: Mattl Auinger
BASS: Willibald Rossner
GUIT: Alfredo Garcia Navas
TROMP: Josefox


Dunkelbunt (A)

“When DJing I am travelling around the world together with my audience carried on by the music. Timelessly we are dancing through Countries and Continents getting drunk with the infinite beauty of the music. I consider myself an intermediary searching for soulful music and its magic to share it with other people.”  Dunkelbunt.

Dunkelbunt is not only well known for remixing international artists such as Balkan Beat Box, Unified Gecko, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Orient Expressions, Harry Stoijka, Niftys, Eastenders, !Deladap and many more. Within his long-running “Balkan Hot Step” Club Night, [dunkelbunt] has been setting audiences ablaze with his eclectic world music mix and is now considered to be above reproach within the Viennese Balkan scene.

Morgenlandfahrt is also a result of Ulf´s move from Hamburg to Vienna in 2001. Initially inspired by the rich electronic music scene in Vienna, he quickly encountered the special Viennese musical diversity ranging from the traditional music from the Balkan to the Orient. This historically grown “Melange” of cultural influences from the near and far eastern neighbours has ever since been a specialty of Vienna which gives it an open-minded and pulsating character. Something you can inhale everyday at Vienna’s famous Naschmarkt with it’s babel-esque mix of languages, foods and goods to buy.

Line up:
Cloud Tissa: Vocals
Hidan Mamudov: Clarinet, Saxophone
Florian Tavernier: Vocals, Guitar, Beat Box
Alexander Wladigeroff: Trumpet, Flew horn
Clemens Bacher: Drums, Percussion
Willibald Rosner: Bass, Saz, Dumbak
Julian Steirer: Percussion, Vocals, Beat Box
Ulf Lindemann: Piano, Keyboards, Electronics, Vocals


The startling electro-souphy by the youing and talented Myzrab will be warming up the audience.

Line up
Árkosi Szabolcs-vocals,saz
Biró Zsolt-oud, electronica
Gozlán Fatima-derbuka, nay
Horváth Mónika-saxophone, nay
Szabó Csaba-cajon, conga

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