after what seems like eons, heres a small update.
lotsa stuff going on behind the scenes. best check (and like!) my facebook page or just stay alert.
soo, there was a pretty damn intense thunderstorm going on yesterday.
now, having the always entertaining topic of weather out of the way lets move on to more important things. concerts, for example!
yesterday a great one happened to be at the Explosiv Graz.
it was the first show of the amazing Super Sonic Silver Haze, and it was a blast!
The Scarabeusdream had a energetic live show that one wouldnt expect from 2 dudes with a drumset and a piano.
Zeni Gava were exactly what one would expect from a japanese band – fast, chaotic, and technical.
Zu were weird, loud and fast. gotta love it.
all in all a great evening, big thank you to the organizers!
photos below, enjoy! Continue reading “SuperSonicSilverHaze / The Scarabeusdream / Zeni Geva / ZU”
so, yesterday the amazing Styrian Sounds festival started off at the PPC, including an amazing lineup with the Löve Icons, The Liberation Service and Barrier Reef / The Great and In This Temple, amongst others. I shot photos of those 3. enjoy. or dont. Continue reading “Styrian Sounds.”
shot this amazing show yesterday, check out my gallery at Noisey!
more shots will follow on here soon.
every now and then it happens that incredibly good bands get sucked into the hole known as “Music-House Graz“. and when that happens, its best to show up there.
the latest victims were the superheroes of The Fleshtones (they have their own wikipedia entry, by the way.)
if you knew them before, you knew what was coming up. if you didnt, you fell in love with them. this is how rocknroll stars should grow old – with power, passion and sheer neverending love for music.
the supporting band, Lory Lee and the Flashback Boys, were amazing as well, but i failed to take pictures. yep, i am that good.
anyway, no more boring words, heres the pictures. the show was incredible, if you have the chance to see them, SEE THEM.
the hype train that follows KADAVAR around is quite big. but unlike other bands, those guys deserve every bit of it. not only is their new album “Abra Kadavar” amazing, their live-shows are even more intense. i had the pleasure to witness one of these, along with the amazing DEATH HAWKS. being the fool that i am, i forgot to take pictures during Death Hawks, but mostly due to the fact that i didnt know much about them and was pretty blown away by their live performance. check those guys out, they deserve it.
here are my impressions of that amazing night: