Kicking art rock, ballad-style guitar, mystic vocal themes - with his new album, for the first and last time seen orchestra perfomes in Budapest Georgio 'the Dove' Valentino! The darker world of Nick Cave and David Bowie comes from the artist's latest, Future Lasts on Long Time album that'll be presented at the A38 Ship. T.Bali, that is, Balázs Temesvári plays the songs of his first solo album as the first act of the evening, in a hilarious conjunction of his suggestive voice and clear-harsh guitar-sound.
Sweden's most kicking rock'n'roll/power pop band, the Royal Republic returns! Cutting riffs, drifting power, lunatic energy and tough precise ingenious attitude makes them brothers of The Hives or The Eagles Of Death Metal. Experience a perfect club-gig at the A38 Ship and let the good times roll! Support will come by both excellent and kicking Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics.
One of Iceland's most special bands, Sólstafir returns after three years to Budapest! The reformed line up released its firs album this year titled Berdreyminn, which can be regarded as their very best so far: whirling great post-guitar music that is impossible to put in any genre bringing Scandinavian melancoly and folklore. It proves they are at the peak of their creativity. Their support will be the also album-introducing Myrkur. The Danish multi-instrumentaist builds up his fragile murderous songs of black metal, pastoral folk and more somewhere halfway between Sigur Rós and Bathory. Support act will come by the great Icelandic Árstídir.
It's the 50th anniversary of the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Magical Mystery Tour this year. Both are definitely among the greatest Beatles albums of all times. Hungary's best Beatles tribute band dedicates this night to these two fantastic pieces of music, art fashion and beyond.
The Secrets are a great raw rock-punk & roll band from Winnipeg, Canada. Their tough lyrcs cut a pathway through dynamic melodies with a driving rhythm section and sweet keys that glue the sound together that will overwhelm you. Their support will be the band that gave the summer's most memorable gig at the A38 terrace: Our Hollow, Our Home.