Sólveig Matthildu, keyboard player and composer of the Icelandic electro-girl trio Kælan Mikla that played at the A38 Ship recentlyy will introduce in solo this time at the spectacular exhibition hall of the A38 Ship. A delightful, electronically-inspired ethereal sound-carpet: this is what will Sólveig bring to the A38 Ship on November 28th.
Tsar B is the alias of Justine Bourgeus – operating from her homestudio in Belgium, she produces an eclectic mix of progressive r'n'b. Her inspiration comes from baroque music, ‘90s female-fronted R&B and artists like Björk, Grimes and Rihanna. With over 15 million organic streams to her name thanks to early tastemaker support (The Fader, Billboard, Dazed & Confused, i-D, NME, BBC Radio 1, etc) and a worldwide dance community embracing her songs (Escalate was featured on SYTYCD, over 1000 choreographies to her music), she is awaiting her coronation as alt pop’s next dominatrix.
Swiss talents on the sidelines of an international career will fill the A38 Ship's exhibition room in November with a Hungarian support: the new-wave and electronica pop musician YES IM VERY TIRED NOW, and his compatriot WASSILY mixing floating synthesizers with sexy singing patterns supported by the hilarrious singer of numerous indie-pop songs OHNODY.
Kakkmaddafakka have postponed their tour including the Budapest gig. The concert will take place on a new date, which will be released shortly. Tickets already redeemed will be valid for the new date. If you want to return your ticket, you can do this by 31 December. For tickets purchased online, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Those personally bought tickets will be refunded at the A38 cashier.
After performing at the main stage of the Bánkitó Festival the great Fench cold wave band Rendez-vous will hit the stage of the A38 Ship with their debut album! Chosing their name after a Jean Michel Jarre album, the band that is known for its notorious shattering and dark textures will play a great gig supported by the Hungarian Black Bartók and Panel Surfers bands to bring you the perfect Halloween atmosphere.
Nighttime background music at home, ground-up experience live: London-based VLMV arrives to A38 Ship Exhibition Space with their caressing ambient music on the 19th of October 2018. Their guest will be a Slovenian boy-girl duo, Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl. who play another interpretation of the style: their songs are more beat-driven, while VLMV is guaranteed to take you on a space-like journey of soft ambient and post-rock sounds.
Legendary Norvegian black metal composer Hoest has already performed in Budapest with the Vulture Industries and the Gorgoroth, but not his own band Taake. On their huge 25th anniversary tour they'll finally reach Budapest for a great clubgig organised by the A38 Ship and the Planetnoir Industries. On the greatest autumn black metal club event the kicking supports acts will be the Bölzer and the One Tail One Head.
After the Black Noise Festival, CRIPPLED BLACK PHOENIX in back in Hungary with a new album to hit the stoner prog, freak folk and psychedelic doom scene! Thr band that toured with Makó Dávid's solo project The Devil's Trade around EEurope will be in support along with bands Fotocrime and Swarm The Sun this time.
One of the most original representatives of European r'n'b-pop is Bulgarian artist DENA residinig for more than a decade in Berlin. A stunningly original and remarkable do it yourself attitude that has been developed into a high-end electropop her music has been praised into the sky by Pitchfork, Dazed & Confused or Fadeo: Dena is going to present her latest album early this autumn at the A38 Ship. Support will be by the great Passed band.
Merry pop art theatre created by people coming from more continents built into a surrealist pop art show featuring rocket dolphins, animated cat-heads and flying statues of liberty into a merry multimedia show that'll make you laugh and dance!