ARENA

MATRIX & FUTUREBOUND
KOVEN LIVE
MOB TACTICS
Special Guest: AKOV
DORIAN B2B DUBAPE
TENCHU B2B BREAK PITT
MC DAXTA / MC BOMBAMAN / MC RHYMESTAR / PATCH EDISON

2nd Floor hosted by WHUT?!

DJ CRUM
PEKAVE
OLINCLUSIVE

VVK 17€ / AK 20 EUR

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Doors: 22-6 Uhr

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Mogwai (UK)
Support: SACRED PAWS
01.11.2017, ARENA WIEN

Sie sind mit einem neuen Album - "Every Country's Sun" - zurück! Acht Studioalben, ein Livealbum und vier Compilations, vier Soundtracks, ein Plattenlabel und unzählige Gigs mit spannenden Anekdoten - in den letzten 21 Jahren ist Mogwai zu einer der wichtigsten Gruppen der gespaltenen, aber zunehmend starken britischen Undergroundmusik geworden, aber sie haben sich strikt geweigert, sich zurückzulehnen und auf ihren Lorbeeren auszuruhen.

Mogwai präsentiert sich 2017 ganz anders als damals, als die vier Kinder im Februar 1996 ihre Debüt-Single „Tuner/Lower“ in einem musikalischen Hangover-Klima des späten Britpop veröffentlichten. Stuart Braithwaite, Dominic Aitchison, Martin Bulloch, John Cummings und später Barry Burns fanden über die gemeinsame Liebe zum Skateboarden, Star Wars, The Cure und American Indie Rock zusammen. Heraus kam Musik, die besonders beeindruckend und kraftvoll laut ist. Seit ihrem Debütalbum „Young Team“ haben Mogwai die Augen nach vorne gerichtet und stets verschiedene Sets, meist mit neuem Material, in den Nächten ihrer unendlichen Touren gespielt. Der Soundtrack von „Before The Flood“ von Leonardo DiCaprio stammt übrigens auch von Mogwai.

Während ihrer letzten Tournee zu „Atomic“, dem Soundtrack zu Mark Cousins BBC Dokumentation über Hiroshima und die militärische Aufrüstung im Kalten Krieg, entstand auch der letzte Streich, nämlich das neunte Studioalbum. Bis 01.09. müsst ihr euch noch gedulden, da erscheint "Every Country's Sun" dann endlich in den Läden und Online Stores!

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Drumsound & Bassline Smith
Youngman (Live PA)
Tantrum Desire
L Plus
DisasZt
TR Tactics
Isee
MC DAXTA / MC BOMBAMAN / PATCH EDISON
VISUALS by Optical Engineers

2nd Floor hosted by GSPOT Soundsystem
Mad Clock
Koolbreak
Rizzla
Mc Phile

VVK 17€
AK 20€

more infos coming soon
The world has changed rapidly since Lali Puna released "Our Inventions" in 2010, a fact that is also reflected in the band’s fifth album, "Two Windows". Written and produced over almost two years, these twelve new songs meet those changes head-on both musically and lyrically. Songwriter and singer Valerie Trebeljahr and long-time band members Christian »Taison« Heiß and Christoph Brandner opted for a more dancefloor-friendly sound while not neglecting the pop sentiments rooted in Lali Puna’s sound. Taking its cues from a brand of music spearheaded by the likes of Caribou, Ada or even Mount Kimbie, "Two Windows" sounds lush and focused, balancing the emotional qualities of Trebeljahr’s songwriting with energetic rhythms.

A tour in South Korea rekindled Trebeljahr’s urge to make music after she had focused her career as a journalist as well as on her family. While she was mostly working on new material with Heiß, Trebeljahr also sought out collaborations. Keith Tenniswood (Two Lone Swordsmen) contributed as Radioactive Man. Dntel aka Jimmy Tamborello, another old friend of the band, is featured as well as harpist / Ghostly International alumna Mary Lattimore and experimental artist Midori Hirano (here under her MimiCof moniker).

While "Two Windows" is thus partly a collaborative effort, it is first and foremost an album about emancipation and a new beginning for Lali Puna. Opening with the lines »You got two windows and a pillow / So what do you want?«, the album sets out to answer that question while exploring topics including personal freedom, the presence of surveillance technologies in our lives and the progressive gentrification of urban centers. "Two Windows" is not an explicitly political album however. In fact, much like a window, Trebeljahr’s lyrics always allow their listeners to look at things from two sides. While they emphasize problems, they also empathize with those who have to put up with them. Trebeljahr has not come to preach, but wants to forge emotional connections.

Musically speaking, the lyrical subtleties are reflected in a well-defined sound that likes to shake things up as well. Genderflipping an old Kings Of Leon tune to present a great piece of music in an entirely different context? You possibly wouldn’t expect that on a Lali Puna record, but as Trebeljahr sings herself in "Wonderland": »Cause all things will change / Cause all things must change«.
"Two Windows" presents the Lali Puna sound in a different light than before. But how couldn’t it, if the world around us has changed so drastically? And while some of its songs may pick up problematic topics, "Two Windows"’ final words must be taken at face value: »Carry your head up high!« This is an album about, and an act of, emancipation after all.
www.lalipuna.de

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