Diary Of Dreams, “A Day In December”.
Electro / Gothic / Darkwave from Germany.
Upcoming Tour Dates
02 April 2014 : D NUREMBERG HIRSCH
03 April 2014 : D REUTLINGEN KULTURZENTRUM FRANZ K
04 April 2014 : D LEIPZIG WERK 2
05 April 2014 : D ERFURT HSD GEWERKSCHAFTSHAUS
06 April 2014 : D MUNICH BACKSTAGE WERK
08 April 2014 : D FRANKFURT BATSCHKAPP
09 April 2014 : D BOCHUM ZECHE
10 April 2014 : D HANNOVER MUSIKZENTRUM
11 April 2014 : D BERLIN C-CLUB
12 April 2014 : D HAMBURG MARKTHALLE
Diary Of Dreams :
Accession Records :
Tito’s Bojs, “Schpitzöck!”. New album released 24 February 2014.
Punk rock from Istria, Croatia.
All lyrics by Nenad Milić, except no.3 lyrics by Franci Blašković.
All songs music by Nenad Milić, arranged by Tito’s Bojs, except no.3 music by Dead Kennedys.
All songs recorded in Chick’n'Egg Studio, Ljubljana in 2010 by Perica šuran & Robi Bulešić.
Mixed & produced by Robi Bulešić.
Tito’s Bojs are: Neno, Percho, Robi & Njapo.
Cover art by: Chris Killerartworx.
Layout by: Antonio Križnič.
Tito’s Bojs :
Би-2 : “Хипстер” (“Hipster”), March 2014.
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/%D0%91%D0%98_2_%D0%A5%D0%B8%D0%BF%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B5%D1%80?id=Beryuupabfzxw5qxyb5qbrnf4ei
“Antitude”, the new album from Enraged Minority, February 2014.
Anti-fascist Streetpunk from Freiburg, Germany.
ENRAGED MINORITY represents streetpunk the way it should be: a powerful mix between classic Oi! and hardcore punk with some ska and rock’n'roll influences.
Founded in autumn 2007 in the south-western German town Rheinfelden (Baden) but moved to Freiburg in 2013, ENRAGED MINORITY had a brew with the lads from most of your favorite bands by playing more than 100 concerts all over Europe.
After their debut album (2010), a split EP with Streets Of Rage from Nancy (2012) and a live split album with the legendary The Oppressed (2013), ENRAGED MINORITY now comes around with their second full length album!
21.03.2014 – (CH) Thun
22.03.2014 – (F) Marseille
05.04.2014 – (D) Waldkrich
11.04.2014 – (CZ) Prague
12.04.2014 – (D) Berlin
16.05.2014 – (CH) Bremgarten
17.05.2014 – (I) Brescia
06.06.2014 – (F) Dijon
07.06.2014 – (B) Ypren
08.06.2014 – (D) Düsseldorf
25./26.07.14 – (D) Schopfheim
01./02./03.08.14 – (D) Berlin
More shows will be announced soon…
Laibach, “The Whistleblowers” video.
Track taken frtom the 2014 album “Spectre”, now available.
Video directed by Morten Traavik.
DOP: Valdis Celmins
1AC: Janis Jurkovskis
2 AC: Miks Ramans
Art director: Kristaps Epners
Costume designer: Jurate Silakaktina
Make-up artist: Viktorija Safronova
Gaffer: Juris Zemitis
Line producer: Agne Skane
Editor: Gatis Belogrudovs
VFX: Madars Upitis, Jaroslavs Kreilis
SFX: Janis Kreituss
Colourist & online editor: Kriss Rozins
Sound: Artis Dukalskis
Laibach is a music and cross-media group from Slovenia established on the 1st of June, 1980 in Trbovlje. The name of the band is the historic German version of the name Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana. From the start Laibach has developed a “Gesamtkunstwerk” – multi-disciplinary art practice in all fields ranging from popular culture to art (collages, photo-copies, posters, graphics, paintings, videos, installations, concerts and performances). Since their beginnings the group was associated and surrounded with controversy, provoking strong reactions from political authorities of former Yugoslavia and in particular in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia. Their militaristic self-stylisation, propagandist manifestos and totalitarian statements have raised many debates on their actual artistic and political positioning. Many important theorists, among them Boris Groys and Slavoj Žižek, have discussed the Laibach phenomenon both from an analytical as well as critical cultural point of view. The main elements of Laibach’s varied practices are: strong references to avant-garde art history, nazi-kunst and socialist realism for their production of visual art, de-individualisation in their public performances as an anonymous quartet dressed in uniforms, conceptual proclamations, and forceful sonic stage performances – mainly labelled as industrial (pop) music. Laibach is practicing collective work, dismantling individual authorship and establishing the principle of hyper-identification. In 1983 they have invented and defined the historic term ‘retro-avant-garde’. They creatively questioned artistic ‘quotation’, appropriation, re-contextualisation, copyright and copy-left. Although starting out as both an art and music collective, Laibach became internationally renowned foremost on the music scene, particularly with their unique cover-versions and interpretations of hits by Queen, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, etc.
Buy “Spectre” here :