Mi, 01.06.2022
Support: PALILA
Gefördert von Neustart Kultur, Initiative Musik und der BKM
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Tsu Shi Ma Mi Re is an all-girl Japanese rock pop / indie trio. Their style is electric Art punk rock - Indie , mixing noisy and pop instrumental sounds
with idiosyncratic, quirky, often funny or disturbing lyrics. They are one of the many bands to have become famous in the US through the South by Southwest music festival.
Over a period of 23 years, Tsushimamire has released 14 albums and given about 1800 shows all over the world. They have an inventory of approximately 150 original songs,
featuring a wide variety of themes and styles. Their music has sometimes been used by TV shows, movies, and games.
Since 2016 TSMMR have been 4 times in Europe and been also Toursupport of Asian Dub Foundation (UK)

There are some types of music that don’t start at square one. While most of them are simply redundant, others are rather nostalgic or even timeless. It can be hard to distinguish between the two latter ones. Especially when you find affection in the music you’re listening to. The Hamburg based band Palila gets its bearings from classic 90s indie rock music. They succeed in avoiding redundancy and deliver timeless indie rock music that finds its way straight to your heart. It’s the result of three guys who know exactly what they do and why they do it. While listening to this timeless, honest and touching music, it is best to do the only right thing here: Letting go. Let it flow. Sometimes that’s difficult – especially these days. But this music is about attitude. It’s about honesty. Everything else doesn’t really matter. The outcome varies from walls of sound like the early Smashing Pumpkins, fuzzy guitars as in Dinosaur Jr and unexpected melodic coolness of Built to Spill. Again and again it’s about writing songs. Great songs.
Palila was formed in April 2019 by Matthias Schwettmann (vocals, guitars). Christoph Kirchner (bass, backing vocals) joined from the very beginning. Manuel Tröndle plays drums on the first two EPs (Are we happy now? [2019] and “Tomorrow I’ll come visit you and return your records [2020]). Their 10-days-release-tour had to be canceled in May 2020 due to the corona epidemic. In June the label Kapitän Platte signed the band and released both their EPs as a double EP on vinyl in October 2020. In early 2021 Sascha Krüger became the new drummer of Palila and they recorded their debut “Rock’n’Roll Sadness” in summer 2021. It will be released on November 12th 2021 via Kapitän Platte.
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Support: PALILA