Our music columnist Sabine has Sophie Hunger’s Supermoon on repeat. You can hear why live 5 Sept.
Our live music expert is in trouble this week. Busy schedules leave no room to experience live music, and the band she wishes to see most is not coming to Leipzig at all. So all she can do is listen to their record while commuting or working in the garden and watch out for future concerts.
Concert recommendation from our glocal musically wired columnist: “A singer and songwriter. Acoustic guitar, voice like dairy chocolate spread on velvet. Tickets at Geyser House Leipzig cost 28 Euro. So what’s the big deal, you may ask?”
What if you randomly got to hang out with your favorite band?
Our glocal live music columnist shares with us the unique adventure she had playing a rioting zombie in a music video for the noise rock band Safi, whose recently released second album, Janus, she calls “as two-faced as the Roman god who served as eponymist.”
The US band Alabama Shakes made the audience at Leipzig’s Conne Island go wild last Tuesday, preceded by outstanding opening act Rhonda from Hamburg, and I captured some highlights on video for you.