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A38 Birthday: Žagar feat. Underground Divas - CWFI album replay, Gods (AT)

One of Hungary's best alternative electronika projects, the Žagar band will celebrate its great 'Cannot Walk Fly Instead' album' 10th anniversary. Their support will be the excellent Austrian band: Gods.

Our special dinner offer:

Duck breast staek with walnut gnocchi


Žagar is one of the most significant acts of the Eastern European electronica scene. The four-pieces band hitting with powerful, psychedelic gigs. Their unique live sound is a mixture of dub, cosmic funk and techno.

The band have received staunch support from the likes of BBC 6Music’s Don Letts, Amazing Radio and Future Music, whilst also being nominated for ‘Best Local Act’ at the MTV European Music Awards following the success of their hit single Wings of Love. They have also composed many soundtracks for feature films and TV shows - the most notable is the American CSI series.

For their 15 year anniversary will be releasing an exclusive remix edition of the whole Žagar catalogue featuring cutting-edge producers like: Vakula, Dan Caster, Moonbootica, Nico Pusch, and Terry Lee Brown Jr.

In the meantime they are working on a new album scheduled for 2018.

Balázs Zságer- keys, electronica,
George Ligeti - guitar, vocal
Ákos Zságer Varga – bass, theremin, electronica
Tibor Lázár – drums

Kiss Árpád - trumpet, cornopean
Korai Zsolt - visual


GODS are a collective of music producers and video artists founded and headed by Bensh aka Benji Hypes, based in Berlin. GODS bring a blend of sparkling and deep Rap / Dance / Synthpop and high-energy live shows.

GODS released their self-produced, self-titled debut record in 2015, the singles Unnatural, We and Pompeii received frequent airplay in Central Europe. For the video to WE, GODS collaborated with Canadian visual artist Sabrina Ratté to create a futuristic clip that won the group a nomination at the Berlin Music Video Awards 2016, where GODS also opened the ceremony with the first round of tracks from the new album TBR in 2017.

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