Following Alex Hitchcock the latest talent on the British jazz-talent scene, the trombone-player, composer and producer, the only 21 year old Rory Ingham will visit the A38's exhibition space. Leading his own band the Jam Experiment he'll take us onto a powerful sultry jazzfunk coyage so we would find a new favourite in him somewhere close to the worlds of Bob James and David Sanborn.
A truly great and very successful formation melting together downtempo and drum and bass elektronica with live instruments. You must have heard their hit I Let You Run Away and it's about time you did it again! Support act will be the stunning Polish electro-pop diva: Rosalie!
Singer, songwriter, guitarist Szeder is well-known for her optimistic, merry songs, that bring together the worlds of chanson, jazz, folk music and pop into a great unity.
For the first time in Budapest the American band which has repeatedly toured the world, wrote music for the Simpsons series and played the role of the Velvet Underground in "I shot Andy Warhol". film. For nearly 30 years, Yo La Tengo has been active for the first time in Budapest on the A38 Ship!
The master and wizard of drums returns to strike the ship with his most lunatic rhythms coming with Swiss background directly from New York.
Vintage psychedelia, garage rock, dance and soul, and the most powerful funk of the 60ies and 70ies mix in the great sound of The Qualutons, which does let you stand still. Their support act will be the Keymen!
And the serie continues ... This album released in '88, features classics Nem sikerül kikúrálni magam and Ötvenévesen Honoluluban due to which the band travelled to Hawaii in 2005. The album was produced by János Kóbor. More than half of the songs are rarely heard at concerts, so here is a unique chance to hear them live. Guest: Kálmán Balogh on cimbalom.
If we asked which Norwegian band produced the most top 10 albums in their home country, many would not respond saying Motorpsycho yet so far almost all of their albums produced in their powerful thirty years of rolling were hitting the tops of the sales lists. However, the band really can not be considered a friendly songwriting machine. Much more as if Steppenwolf met with Pink Floyd and Miles Davis, a hard rock psychic feel dipped in crumbling fusion jazz roared from Motorpsycho's vintage amplifiers. The trio, which has appeared on Sziget several times, is coming to their first Hungarian club concert with a new drummer to present their latest album Tower with elemental power.
The Icelandic dreamdriving force Vök will take you into a special sphere so far unknown, where wild nature meets the senses of soul in the form of beauriful electronic indie music. Their support will be the charming, moving, kicking band a true brother is sound: Tape Delay.
A Kuya Vacsorája band is going to have a huge album-release party at the A38 with a great show, guests, dedications and more.