Programm November 2018

Mo 19.11.2018
Hafenklang | Konzert

Klaus Johann Grobe (Pop / Krautrock, Zürich) + Support: Sea Moya (Kraut Beat, D)

«Eine Reise in die Wüste, eine Reise ins Exil...»
Klaus Johann Grobe nahm sich eine Floskel von 2014 zu Herzen und entschied sich, 2017 zum Jahr der totalen Auszeit zu machen. Den Kopf leeren und endlich wieder einem bürgerlichen Leben fröhnen.«Das war gut, aber schon schnell durch» resümiert Sevi Landolt. «Ein sehr guter Entscheid» meint Daniel Bachmann. Sind die Herren älter geworden? «Ein Jahr sind wir älter geworden. Und ein Jahr entspannter. Und wir haben auch Zeugs gemacht.» Dabei wurde aber nicht etwa ein Jahr lang getüftelt und geschrieben, sondern vorwiegend Musik gehört. Seit Ende 2017 werkeln die beiden nun an neuem Material und wer sich diese Stücke anhört, kommt nicht drum herum, einen äusserst urbanen Einfluss herauszuhören. Viele Leute werden die Orgel vermissen. «Das mag richtig sein. Trotzdem haben wir sie eines Nachts brennend im Rhein versenkt.» Was dürfen wir denn erwarten? Ist es eine Klaus Johann Grob’sche Neuerfindung? «Hmm, wir sind eigentlich eher die Chemiestudenten im Labor des ungezwungenen Erfindertums.» «Schon, aber ehrlich gesagt wollen wir dabei einfach den ganzen Tag in der Karaoke-Disko nebenan ein Bier schütten. »Daniel Bachmann und Sevi Landolt sind ab Sommer wieder auf Tour–in einer zu Teilen neuen Besetzung und einem Beutel voll mit neuer Utopie-Musik. Ist es Rock ‘n’ Roll? «Nun ja, eigentlich nicht.»

klausjohanngrobe.bandcamp.com/
www.facebook.com/klausjohanngrobe

Kürzlich von Deutschland nach Montreal ausgewandert, veröffentlichen Sea Moya im Oktober 2018 ihr Debut Album. Nach den "Baltic States", ihrer EP von 2016, ging es zum Songwriting und Recording in die italienischen Alpen, genauer in ein kleines Bergdorf namens Falmenta, um dort wild mit Elementen aus Funk, Afrobeat, Krautrock und elektronischer Musik um sich zu schmeißen.
Dem farbenfrohen, spannenden Trip folgte die fixe Idee, sich weiter ins Unvorhersehbare zu begeben. Nun in Montreal (CA) angesiedelt und nach diversen Nordamerikatourneen inklusive Konzerten beim SXSW in Austin und der Canadian Music Week in Toronto, führt sie die Reise im Herbst wieder ins heimische Europa auf Tour.

seamoya.bandcamp.com/
www.facebook.com/seamoyaband/

Präsentiert von Musikexpress, ByteFM, Musikblog, Fragmente Deutschland & Testspiel.

Eintritt VVK: 15.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Goldener Salon | DJ-Abend

Punkerstammtisch - Tischtennis-Rundlauf

Eintritt frei!

Start: 21:00
Mi 21.11.2018
Goldener Salon | Konzert

Pardans (Punk, DK)

Pardans ist ein Punk-Sextett aus Kopenhagen. Ihr Sound ist eine Komposition aus intensivem und orchestralem No-Rock inklusive Saxophon und Viola. Eine eindringliche Gitarre stöhnt in Ekstase während dröhnende Trommeln und ein brüllender Bass das Publikum in eine unfreiwillige Raserei treiben und Frontmann Gustav Berntsen sein Herz offenlegt und sich im pulsierenden Wahnsinn verliert. Zurück bleibt ein schweißgebadetes und nach Luft schnappendes Publikum.

Neues Album erscheint Freitag 05.10.!
First single: open.spotify.com/track/4Wr2B5oqrELBHknhQhcluG?si=sxm0RrazTCmR_J1cYNWrHQ

de-de.facebook.com/pardansk/

Tickets on sale from Friday 5th Oct on.

Eintritt: 13.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 10.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
Do 22.11.2018
Hafenklang | Konzert

Interrobang?! (UK)
support: Twisk (HH)

Bestes was UK Punk grad zu bieten hat. Tolles Quartett! (Sänger und Schlagzeuger ex Chumbawamba)
www.facebook.com/intrrbng/
www.youtube.com/watch?v=utGXII3MZvg

Support: Twisk
www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhzeUsMqwnY

Eintritt: 12.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 8.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Goldener Salon | Konzert

ABGESAGT!
Canshaker PI (Indie Rock, NL)

Aus produktionstechnischen Gründen musste das Konzert von Canshaker PI leider abgesagt werden.
Karten können an den entsprechenden VVK-Stellen zurückgegeben werden.

Eintritt VVK: 10.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
Fr 23.11.2018
Hafenklang | Konzert

Chefdenker (Deutsch Punk aus Köln)
+ support: tba

Strophe-Refrain-Strophe-Refrain-Gitarrensolo-Refrain heißt die magische Songstrukturformel, auf die CHEFDENKER im Jahre 2002 ein Patent angemeldet haben. Diese kompositorische Innovation wirkt in Kombination mit den extrem kopflastigen Texten erstaunlicherweise vertraut, ja fast schon konservativ. Dies verwundert jedoch umso weniger, wenn man die Hintergründe kennt: Die Bandmitglieder spielen in ihrer Freizeit Minigolf in Schwarzheide, gehen Kegeln im Severinsveedel und besuchen den Zoo in Eberswalde. Wen interessiert es bei dieser kosmopolitischen Grundhaltung noch, dass die Band aus Köln kommt? Gelernt haben sie ihr Denken u.a. bei Casanovas Schwule Seite, Blinker Links, The Wohlstandskinder und Knochenfabrik.

www.chefdenker.de
www.facebook.com/Chefdenker
www.instagram.com/chefdenker_official/
youtu.be/SH3CkJjEQPc

Eintritt: 13.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 15.00 €
 | Open: 20:30 | Start: 21:30
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Goldener Salon | Party

1 Jahr Opāru

Es gibt was zu Feiern: Opāru wird EINS!

"Deep und mit Style", so beschreiben Ihre Kollegen von Aparent Ina‘s Sets. Die gebürtige Rumänin lebt derzeit auf Zypern und überzeugt mit ihrer qualitativen Musik, die von House Grooves und Melodien bis zu Breakbeats reicht. Wir freuen uns auf Ina’s Hamburg-Debüt!

Support gibt es von David Lenk, Noël und Taller & Manolito.

// ina www.facebook.com/inaparent (Aparent www.facebook.com/aparentmisc)

// David Lenk B2B Noël www.facebook.com/noel.stur (LeiSURE, Opāru www.facebook.com/oparuofficial)

// Taller & Manolito www.facebook.com/tallermanolito (Opāru /Wazourú www.facebook.com/wazouru)

Eintritt: 8.00 €
 | Open: 22:00
Sa 24.11.2018
Hafenklang | Party

DIE VERANSTALTUNG WURDE ABGESAGT.....


***Mash Up Di Bass***...ein Nightlife Schnupperkurs

Eintritt: 3.00 €
 | Open: 00:00
Goldener Salon | Party

Bang Bang Coverabend "Metal & Trash"

BANG BANG Coverabend "Metal & Trash"

Beim diesjährigen Motto fordern wir Euch zu "Metal & Trash" heraus.
Das soll nicht nur schreiende Gitarren, schwere Kutten und stählerne Gesänge beinhalten, sondern auch ein Gefühl von Freiheitsdrang und Unangepasstheit.

Es haben sich wieder tolle Bands, Musiker*innen und Tänzer*innen zusammengefunden, die zum Thema "Metal & Trash" ein bis zwei Songs interpretieren. Ob sie es schwer oder leicht, stählern oder seicht, mit Nieten oder ohne besingen, beschreien oder tanzen werden, werdet ihr an dem Abend erfahren.
In aller "queerness" und Vielfältigkeit wird sich auf der Bühne ausprobiert und ausgetoben.

Ausserdem zu Gast: DJ "We hate cars" am Plattenteller.

Lasst euch überraschen und freut euch über einen wundervollen Abend.

In diesem Sinne,
feel free, seit unangepasst und rockt was das Zeug hält,
Eure Bang Bangs

Eintritt: 6.00 €
 | Open: 22:00
So 25.11.2018
Goldener Salon | Konzert

Buzz Kull (Darkwave, Sydney)

Marc Dwyer’s output as Buzz Kull is a mass of jagged synth lines and pounding drum machines, a testament to his personal sonic exploration over time. Dwyer’s music transcends the traditional archetype of darkwave by pushing pop sensibilities, focusing on different emotional states and boundaries.

Having only released a swathe of singles over the past five years, as well as the eponymous Buzz Kull 7" on Fabrika records, Dwyer has remained an elusive but omnipresent figurehead of darker electronics within Sydney.

Buzz Kull’s debut LP, Chroma, takes cues from the sound of darkwave at it's best, whilst wrangling the genre forcefully into the present. It rips away the rose-coloured glasses of the 21st century, destroying them in the face of an otherwise glamorous and hedonistic generation.

His new album NEW KIND OF CROSS will be out in October on Avant! Records and
Burning Rose.



buzzkull.bandcamp.com
soundcloud.com/buzzkull
www.facebook.com/buzzkull/

Video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=277ao62FLOY
youtu.be/OJm2lSxXrwY

Eintritt: 10.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 8.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Mo 26.11.2018
Hafenklang | Konzert

Kikagaku Moyo (Indian Music / Kraut Rock / Traditional Folk / 70s Rock, Tokio)
+ Support: The Holydrug Couple (Psych Rock, Chile)

Kikagaku Moyo (Japanese for "geometric patterns") are a Tokyo-based psychedelic rock band whose sound incorporates elements of Krautrock, Indian ragas, and acid folk. They balance heavy, crushing jams with softer, more contemplative moments, recalling Japanese psych groups like Acid Mothers Temple and Ghost, as well as their predecessors such as Far East Family Band and the Flower Travellin' Band. The group was founded during the summer of 2012 by drummer/vocalist Go Kurosawa and guitarist/vocalist Tomo Katsurada. Joined by bassist Kotsuguy, guitarist Daoud Popal, sitarist Ryu Kurosawa, and guest vocalist/theremin player Angie Gotopo, the group recorded its self-titled debut in 2013. Initially self-released digitally, the album was given a vinyl release by Greek label Cosmic Eye later in the year, followed by an American release by Captcha Records in 2014. The group released two more albums in 2014 (Mammatus Clouds and Forest of Lost Children), and became darlings of the international psychedelic scene, with appearances at Austin Psych Fest and L.A. Psych Fest, in addition to successful tours of America, the U.K., and Europe. In 2015, the group shared split 7" singles with Moon Duo as well as Kinski and Acid Mothers Temple leader Makoto Kawabata. In 2016, the group's fourth album, House in the Tall Grass, was released by Japanese label Guruguru Brain.

www.facebook.com/kikagakumoyo
geometricpatterns.bandcamp.com/
kikagakumoyo.tumblr.com/

The Holydrug Couple – Hyper Super Mega bio

It was 10 years ago, in a house on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, that Ives Sepúlveda Minho and Manuel Parra started playing music together, and The Holydrug Couple was effectively born. A decade later, they’ve made Hyper Super Mega, an album that represents the culmination of everything they’ve learned in their years as a band.

If Hyper Super Mega feels like a classic pop record, that’s because Sepúlveda and Parra spent much of the recording process thinking about the classic pop records of the ’60s and ’70s. Masterpieces by bands like The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and Fleetwood Mac were all reference points, not always explicitly in sound, but certainly in spirit. The duo approached the mythos of the "classic album” from their own inimitable psych-pop perspective, hoping to make a record that felt authentically like The Holydrug Couple that could fit into the same canon. By that criterion, Hyper Super Mega is a massive success. All the elements that made the band’s previous albums Noctuary and Moonlust great are distilled to their purest essence and rendered in obsessive detail.

Not only is Hyper Super Mega the most fully realized Holydrug Couple album to date, it’s also the best-sounding. In the three years since the release of the relatively low-budget Moonlust, the band went out and got a bunch of new gear, including high-end mics and synths. For Sepúlveda, that was revelatory. "It gave me a wider palette of sounds that I wasn’t aware of,” he explains. "That helped me to center more on details and the different emotions that different sounds and ways of singing can give you.”

That expanded palette led to songs like "Waterfalls” and "I’ll Only Say This,” which trade the bedroom vibes of the band’s earlier work for widescreen pop bliss. Even the experiments, like the electronic-meets-acoustic "Easy,” are as self-assured as anything the band has done. Hyper Super Mega is a capsule history of The Holydrug Couple, incorporating a decade of experience recording, touring the world, and absorbing the sights and sounds of their native Chile. It marks the 10th anniversary of a band whose next 10 years look even brighter.

www.facebook.com/Holydrugcouple/

Eintritt: 19.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 16.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Goldener Salon | DJ-Abend

Punkerstammtisch - Tischtennis-Rundlauf

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Start: 21:00
Mi 28.11.2018
Goldener Salon | Konzert

Joan Of Arc (Alternative, US) + Support: mOck (Berlin)

Over their 20-odd year discography, Joan of Arc’s astute, endlessly
probing musical experimentation— steadfastly resistant to dogma and
genre at every turn—has been chorused by a barrage of voices, mostly
from the singular larynx of mainstay Tim Kinsella, who remains endlessly
obsessed with (and infuriated by) Orwellian language and it’s dominion
over American life. Richard Brautigan, Mark Twain, Elizabeth Taylor, and
Assata Shakur might visit his lyrics, but it’s the band itself that
contains multitudes. Throughout Joan of Arc, Kinsella and his bandmates
have hewn together a true artistic democracy—some two dozen members over
the years—to confront the darkening political realities and
interpersonal mysteries of our time. Like their namesake—a donee of
revelation who became a fierce holy warrior, only to be discarded by a
king and burned at the stake as a heretic—Joan of Arc has inspired their
share of true believers and dismayed legions of skeptics.

Ever since Joan of Arc's most recent lineup— Kinsella, Theo Katsaounis,
Melina Ausikaitis, Bobby Burg, and Jeremy Boyle— congealed and began
playing shows locally in 2015, going on to record and release their most
recent album ‘He’s Got The Whole This Land Is Your Land In His Hands’,
via Joyful Noise on the day Donald Trump was inaugurated, fans have
witnessed an even more radical democracy at work. ‘Your War (I’m One Of
You): 20 Years of Joan of Arc’, a full-length documentary from Vice’s
Noisey, was an initial window into the band’s generous collaborative
spirit and the far- flung, improvised creation of that new LP. Live, old
jams and new tracks have often melted and mutated, members jumping from
instrument to instrument in between or in the middle of songs, all
stasis discarded. And now, a series of nearly a cappella performances
from Kinsella’s fellow vocalist Melina Ausikaitis, debuted live by Joan
of Arc over the last several years, has become the backbone of their new
LP, ‘1984’.

Remarkably, so much of the cluttered sound of earlier Joan of Arc LPs
has largely fallen away on ’1984’, as has Kinsella’s voice. At first
it’s genuinely shocking. But the songs here are a revelation, as
profound and plainspoken as parables. Thoroughly of the band’s lineage,
Ausikaitis’ lyrics are equally measured with wit, despair and stubborn
perseverance. There is awkward sex at Grandma’s house. There are kids in
the snow wearing cop sunglasses and the crumbling psychic defenses of
childhood memories. There are A-frame houses and white horses. There are
trucks losing their brakes on the hill at the end of the street. There
are heaps of thoroughly useful self-help advice ("stop chicken-shittin’
all over your life” has become a personal mantra.). Like the album’s
striking hand drawn cover art, the music inside is often spare. Anthemic
highs ring from elegiac lows and back again. At times, Ausikaitis sings
in an earnestly tangy and lovely flat twang redolent of the midwest,
before screwing her voice up into a fearsome roar. Sometimes her voice
is electronically distorted, like bells in the sky, into ringing
eternity. On "Vermont Girl”, I’m not entirely sure she isn’t
purposefully doing an impression of her bandmate just for the hell of
it, and it cracks me up every time I hear it.

Whenever I’ve decided I have this band pegged, they’ve challenged and
rewarded me: with a score for a silent film, in a half-hour minimalist
cover of the Beatles’ "Helter Skelter” pounding through an art museum,
by a performative collaboration with a theatre group, and one
particularly memorable Empty Bottle show where they uncorked volleys of
catastrophic EDM at a crowd that seemed to melt into the walls. More
often than not, it seems like the less I’ve expected from them going to
a show or tucking into a new album, the more I’ve received. The more
I’ve seen others scratch their heads at this band’s steady defiance of
expectations, the more Joan of Arc has made me see their artistic
wisdom. On ’1984’, they’ve done it again, and I suspect they’ll continue
to soundtrack my life beyond these past two confounding decades. These
days there are too few bands that make me feel less alone.

You tried to be a person with no problems, but there is still time for
you to get on Joan of Arc’s one way train and ride with me to their pyre
of righteous, pure democracy. Put on your headphones and fire up ‘1984’
and remember yourself as a child, when your only tattoo was the memory
of the first time you saw your mother cry written deep upon your heart.
Listen: there’s no need to close your personal hole. It’s a place where
only you can go. You got your head shaved cuz of the lice. Your collared
shirts have the bottoms tucked inside. All of your life you’ve been
eating shit, but look at us now. We’re real punk kids.

by JR Nelson

www.facebook.com/joanfrc/
mockmockmock.bandcamp.com/

Eintritt: 15.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 13.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Do 29.11.2018
Goldener Salon | Konzert

FROSTY BOOZE CRUISE - day 1
- Cyanide Pills
- Litterburg

Eintritt: 13.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 10.00 €
 | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
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Fr 30.11.2018
Hafenklang | Konzert

FROSTY BOOZE CRUISE - day 2
- Nothington
- Junior Battles
- The Run Up
- The Mean
+ Aftershow Party mit DJ & Überraschungen!

NOTHINGTON
(San Francisco, Gunner Records)
NOTHINGTON will hit the autobahn to play a farewell tour and they want to play
Hamburg - Twice! First on a boat thurday night and on friday right here in the Hafenklang.

JUNIOR BATTLES
(Toronto, Paper + Plastick Records)
Lo-lo-lo-loving this band since seeing them at FEST 2012, IDLE AGES is one of our
all time favorite records. Finally these guys decided to tour Europe for the very
first time. Hope we have some company in front of the stage singing along at the top of my lungs. Anyone?

THE RUN UP
(Bristol, Uncle M Records)
If you can’t tell by now we have a soft spot for melodic punk rock from the UK, here
is another gem from Gross Britain for you: THE RUN UP
And yes, their singer took some dancing classes with Greg Attonito and even looks a bit like him. From afar. When you’re drunk. And forgot your glasses.

THE MEAN
(Hamburg)
Mild in the streets - Hamburg acoustic punks.
If you know OFFMOUNTAINS or ANA you will probably recognize these two lads.

Ticketlink Kombiticket:
www.tixforgigs.com

Eintritt: 20.00 € | Eintritt VVK: 17.50 €
 | Open: 19:00 | Start: 20:00
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Goldener Salon | Party

Re:tox w/ Terminal 23, Leo Wiedmann, Lee & Six Dimensions

Eintritt: 7.00 €
 | Open: > 00:00