Born of a fossilised egg discovered on a Korean mountainside during a heavy thunderstorm! Tirikilatops avant-garde electronic K-pop mashes up tha place with a combination of wonky beats, dayglo colours, hacked keyboards, rice wine and Halloween dress. Bom Carrot sings of snail parties, spy dolphins, hailing u.f.o’s, sea mammoths and other strange gooba all coupled to ear worm melodies that will eat at your brain for eons. They also like balloon hats.
Boogie down Seoul central!
The Balkanics formed for an impromptu gig in 2007 and enjoyed it so much they’ve been playing ever since. They draw upon a wide range of musical influences, something that is reflected in the band members’ diverse backgrounds which range from pub sessions to sonic art installations. Their music encompasses elements of the various musical traditions of the British Isles, and looks beyond with Klezmer and Balkan tunes sitting alongside Breton, French-Canadian and original pieces. With a repertoire that is as eclectic as it is energetic, the Balkanics deliver an exciting mixture of traditional and original music in a style that is all their own. Usually a seven-piece band for this event two fiddles, bouzouki, whistle and percussion will combine in the Balkanics postmodern pan-European pot pouri to produce a rich sound that never fails to delight.
Performing : Friday
Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/balkanics/
Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/fueHP0Kf6sM
When aNNika was just 14, she played in front of a live audience for the first time.
Since that day, the Viennese Singer/Songwriter lives for music and passionate beyond words about her art. This passion also translates to the stage, when aNNika is singing, playing the guitar (sometimes mixing it up with ukulele, glockenspiel or kazoo) and connecting with her audience in a very personal intimate way, that reflects her song writing and personality.
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