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.
British Ducking Punches returns to A38 Ship's Deck! Dan Allen - also known as graphic artist and activist - is a prominent songwriter of his generation who was discovered by Frank Turner. Over the years as a punk musician who played at Download and Reed & Leeds he returns to Budapest in the company of Portugiese We Bless This Mess. Nelson Graf, the full-tattooed-violinist-guitarist played on the A38 Ship last December with Ivan & the Parazol since he is also the frontman of The Melonas, but now he is going to present his own songs.
Almost fifty years had to be waited for it to happen, but finally it did: punk rock godfathers, The Sonics released a new album in 2015, which will be presented in Budapest as well! After multiple disbands and reunites on February 11 we will be able to jump into world of the 60-ies on the A38 Ship's Dance Floor. Support will be the charming and kicking Gemma Ray.