On this exact weekend last year we had the pleasure to meet some dudes who kill the blues all the way from the U.K. Their name is Temperance movement and they played in Katalin – Uppsala last year on the 1st of December. I was introduced to them through their record company Earache records and I listen to their music ever since. You can read our full article here:
The Temperance Movement @ Katalin Uppsala / 2015.12.01
And you can also check out their music on Spotify here:
Have a great weekend my friends with lots of music and positivity!
It looks like 2017 is going to be a great year! A couple of days back Volbeat announced a new, bigger, louder, European Stadium tour which is going to take place in August- September 2017. This time the production is going to be the biggest one ever and the set list is going to include songs that have never been played live before.
You can buy your tickets for Sweden via Live Nation, just follow the link below!🙂
And don’t forget to take a look on their official website for more info of the confirmed shows so far:
Looking forward to it! How about you?
A couple of weeks ago The Rival Sons released their new headline tour dates for Europe 2017. They are going to be in town on the 2nd of March in Annexet Stockholm and this time it is going to be for the Hollow Bones headlining tour.
In case you want to check out the show like me, here is a link where you can buy tickets and the official 2017 tour roster for whole Europe.
And if you haven’t already taken a look on my previous posts on the Rival Sons, please feel free to do so on the links below:
Rival Sons – Trädgårn Gothenburg 2015.08.13
Rival Sons Show 2014.11.23
Have a great day/ night my friends and an even greater week with lots of music and positivity!
A couple of weeks ago Volbeat’s new video “Seal the deal and let’s boogie” was released, from their latest record, and along with that a couple of days back, a live video performing Evelyn, on the latest tour with Dave Martise from Jungle Rot in Chicago Illinois.
If you like Volbeat, please feel free to check out my previous posts from their performances in Stockholm in Summer and fall 2016.
“Memory, your lamplight is burning holes.”
Seal The Deal And Let’s Boogie
Monsters Of Rock
Have a great day / night my friends with lots of music and positivity!🙂
Hey dear friends!
Last Sunday Biffy Clyro from Scotland were in town at Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm. I cannot say that I have been supporting their music since the end of time, but found out about them a while back when their song “Animal style” played every ten minutes on MTV.
When I was at the Nickelback show I saw a poster of their upcoming show in Stockholm and so I bought some tickets and also applied for photo access, to which I was never accepted. So you might as well notice that the pictures below are taken with our i Phones and not a professional camera.
Biffy Clyro are an amazing band to watch live and you will not be disappointed at any point. Their music varies between alternative rock, indie rock and math rock. They just have this sound that I grew up listening to and the one that I always tend to have on my playlists from indie UK bands. Their performance was more than mind blowing with the laser lights making it even more magical than it already was. Their performance also had a touch of theatricality into it, since they silently climbed up the stage with the lights completely shut down, and seemed like lifeless dolls staring at the emptiness but got electrified by the power of music as soon as Simon reached the microphone and started singing “We are the wolves of winter, we live in a kingdom of blood”.
If you have not heard about them and want to find out more about their music, I will leave a Spotify link down below so that you can listen to their latest album “Ellipsis” which was released last July.
Have a great day my friends, with lots of positivity and music! And feel free to comment on the area section to let me know how you feel about Biffy Clyro!🙂
Hey Dear Friends!
Last night Rocktober Fest took place once more, here in Stockholm at Annexet. Grand Theft Culture, Lillasyster and Danko Jones made sure that they fill in the place with Rock n’ roll tunes, along with an endless amount of beer from Gotland’s brew, specially made for the occasion.
I had never seen any of the above bands live before, something which made the night even more exciting. Grand Theft Culture, to start with, have an amazing sound, really into today’s music with a very rhythmic beat that constantly surrounded the stage. The crowd seemed to be very supportive and into their music as soon as they got up on stage.
Lillasyster to continue with, delivered a great show. I loved and enjoyed every minute of it and so did the rest of the house. It was said that they may be the best Swedish band live and I can now understand why. They have this sound that can be hard to forget once you leave their show. You are going to be able to recognize them once you hear their music for the first time.
Danko Jones from Canada to sum up with were the best band to end the night with. They got up on stage with a packed house and made sure that they rock it out. The audience sang along every single one of their songs and they themselves seemed thrilled and eager to give out more and more.
Here are a few moments captured on my camera along with a couple of Spotify links to check out last night’s bands. Also a link to my Instagram account to check out a couple of performance videos, in case you haven’t already.🙂
Have a great Saturday day/ night my friends, Happy Halloween, have fun and take care!🙂
Grand Theft Culture
Hey Dear Friends!
Last night Volbeat were in town as a part of their “Seal the deal and let’s boogie” European tour. Before Stockholm, there was Malmö and Gothenburg and now the tour continues to Finland and Norway.
I have mentioned before how much I admire Volbeat and deeply appreciate their music in a post of mine from last summer, here is a link to check it out if you feel the same way! :)
“Memory, your lamplight is burning holes.”
The show last night also included Airbourne and Crobot as opening acts. Unfortunately I was not approved by Live Nation to shoot at their show, but I wanted to upload a couple of pictures anyway to give you a taste of last night’s concert.
I hope you enjoy my story-telling on the link above and my not-so-good quality pictures just as much as you enjoy Volbeat’s music, and also hope for you to have a great Sunday evening and an even greater blessed new week with lots of music!