LIVE: Scamp (DK) // + Psy:code (DK) + Devil`s Work (DK) HALLOWEEN @ KB18 - 31/10-14
CLUB: TIPI 3 YEARS BDAY ft. MADMOTORMIQUEL (DE) / STEFAN MINT (DE) / SIERRA SAM -LIVE- (DE) / PASCAL HETZEL (DE)
fredag d. 31. oktober 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
Scamp (DK) // + Psy:code(DK) + Devil`s Work (DK)
HALLOWEEN @ KB18
FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 – 2014
DOORS OPEN 20.00
TIX : 80 KR – Door
Scamp ( DK)
Tech-Metal from Denmark.
This is the official Scamp-site. Give us a listen, leave a comment or throw us a mail. We always reply. Thanks for your support!
Support : Psy:code
+ Devil`s Work (DK)
Danish Metalband from Copenhagen
⬖ ⬙ ⬖ ⬗ ⬘ LINEUP ⬙ ⬖ ⬗ ⬘ ⬙
STEFAN MINT (DE)
SIERRA SAM -LIVE- (DE)
WILDE / UPON.YOU / SOUVENIR
PASCAL HETZEL (DE)
WOOD REC. / UPON.YOU
Amazing how time flies.
It feels like it was only yesterday we pitched the TIPI and lit up the burning house fires in our hearts.
3 years of magnificient events at KB18, off venues, Sonar in Barcelona as well as the privilege of hosting the mainstages at Distortion and Raw.
What a ride it has been.
The TIPI grew from a party tent in the backyard to a rave central on the front lawn.
This one will be no different!
The chief is calling in old friends to powwow – Get your feathers straight and strap on your glitter saddle!
(headhocho of) DANTZE
SIERRA SAM and his exquisite LIVESET
WILDE / UPON.YOU / SOUVENIR
& backed with partner in crime
WOOD REC. / UPON.YOU
In addition this is the formal KB18 HALLOWEEN party!!!!!!!
Get your best partygear out; raving indians, bloody horses, saloon mummies or whatever you fancy.
lørdag d. 01. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
Hurra for alt!! D.1/11 går det ned på KB18!
Ruined åbner ballet og banker dig igennem deres hårdtslående H/C som de altid altid gør!
Invisius giver dig en på aben med deres lækre metalcore og er for første gang i lang tid live aktuelle i KBH!
Scarred by Beauty slutter af og vil endnu engang vise hvordan skabet skal stå når vi snakker H/C / Metalcore.
Alt i alt en fest på KB18 hvor du er garanteret at få en over nakken af tre af DK’s fedeste bands. Entreen tæller 60 kr i døren (sammenlagt 20 kr pr. band). Vend kasketten om i nakken og vi ses!
CLUB : 23:55
# DER DRITTE RAUM – DE
# AEROMATIK – DK
# ONE MAN ORCHESTRA – DK (Inlab)
# GLEN C – UK (Iboga Records)
# MIKKEL LEONHARDT – DK (ReConstruct Music)
- – https://soundcloud.com/
# ROGER DANISH – DK (ReConstruct Music)
LIVE: THE HANGED MAN (SWE) + SUPPORT - NOV 6th - 2014 - KB18
CLUB: THE HANGED MAN (SWE) + SUPPORT - NOV 6th - 2014 - KB18
torsdag d. 06. november 2014
Kl. 21:00 - 02:00
NOV 6th – 2014 – KB18
DOORS OPEN 21.00
FEE : 50 KR
The Hanged Man is a new fruit from Rebecka Rolfarts garden. Previously, she played the guitar for Those Dancing Days and bass in Vulkano. The Hanged Man arose in the calm after the storm, in a time of stillness when the world suddenly had turned upside down. So her eyes began to look inward.
The inspiration comes from dark places like forests, skies and seas – even the own head where the interior is as a lake. The places are not necessarily scary, rather secure. It is in those places the soul gets room to sho… See More
LIVE: After The Burial // Monuments// Circles// Tides From Nebula - 7. november - KB18
CLUB: BEAT ME #37
fredag d. 07. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
PRESALE : 160,- KR + FEE:
DOOR 185.- KR
After the Burial er et amerikansk Hardcore/Progressive/
Gruppen har siden deres begyndelse i 2004 udgivet fire albums, og er et af de bands der får mest credit som værende en stærk bidragyder til ”djent” scenen.
Det nyeste album ”Wolves Within” der udkom sidste år, peakede som nr. 9 på Billboards ”Top Hard Rock” Album liste.
Lyt til ”A Wolf Amongst Ravens” fra albummet her: http://youtu.be/
Efter et par udskiftninger i bandet gennem årene, består After The Burial i dag af:
Justin Lowe – Guitar
Dan Carle – Drums
Anthony Notarmaso – Vocals
Lee Foral – Bass
Trent Hafdahl – Guitar
Billetpriser: 160 kr. + gebyr
Billetsalget starter fredag 27. juni kl. 10:00 gennem livenation.dk og billetnet.dk
CLUB kl 23.55 : BEAT ME
lørdag d. 08. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
” K” for Cool, “O” for Awesome, “N” for Knowledge, “G” for Jenius, “O” for Artistic, “S” for speling
There’s no “The” in KONGOS.
There is however a “the” in “THEre.”It’s not KONGO’s, it’s not Congos, congas, kongus, kongas, or Jeff. No relation to Cheick Kongo, the conga drum, the Kongo people of Africa, Donkey Kong, Kongos Norman, Kongos pizza, Kongos Club in Oklahoma, Kat Kongos, Lasse Kongos, the japanese class of battleship or Kevin Bacon.Til gengæld ER de fire brødre: Johnny, Jesse, Dylan og Daniel Kongos et alternativt rockband fra Syd Afrika. De tilbragte deres barndom i London og Syd Afrika, og har komponeret, indspillet og optrådt i Phoenix, Arizona. De fire medlemmer er sønner af John Kongos (sydafrikansk singer-songwriter), derudover af græsk oprindelse og gik på den græske Saheti skole i Gauteng, Syd Afrika. I filmen ”Holy Motors” blev deres sang ”Come With Me Now” brugt som trailer-musik. WWE brugte også et af deres numre som tema for deres 2014 Pay-per-view ”Extreme Rules”.
Brødrene tournerer i Nord Amerika med Kings Of Leon indtil slutningen af september, og de har for nyligt spillet festivaler bla. Lollapalooza og skal spille på Austin City Limits fest. De er inviteret med One Republic på tour i UK og Europa som special guests, og så er vi heldige at kunne opleve dem på egne ben den 8. november på KB18 i København.
Kongos udsender albummet ”Lunatic” i dag den 25. august og singlen Come With Me Now er netop blevet certificeret Platin status, med over 1 million solgte singler i USA (dobbelt platin i Canada), og anden singlen I’m Only Joking er begyndt at kravle op at de alternative radio charts. Der er bla. tidlig support fra Fearne Cotton på BBC1, med albummet der udkommer i UK til september.
Se videoen til ”Come With Me Now” her: http://youtu.be/
I går var de på “The Today show” i New York, se deres optræden her: http://www.today.com/
Billetpriser: 150 kr. + gebyr
Billetsalget starter fredag 29. august kl. 10:00 gennem livenation.dk og billetnet.dk
Greg Schappert (aka Donor) is a DJ/Producer based out of Brooklyn, NY. Having lived in cities such as Barcelona,
Madrid, Tokyo and Brooklyn, where he currently resides, Greg has acquired quite a few musical inﬂuences. However, it was the mid to late 90’s sounds of cities such as Birmingham and Detroit that laid the foundation for what originally sparked Greg’s interest in electronic music and for what would later inﬂuence his production.
As a solo artist, Greg is currently working along side some of the industries most inﬂuential labels; including Stroboscopic Artefacts, Semantica Records, Perc Trax and Prosthetic Pressings.
MIKE WALL (DE) Wall Music Limited
Rune Bagge (DK)
Christian Rütz (DK)
LIVE: THE DATSUNS (NZ) + CAPS. (DK) - 12.NOV - KB18
CLUB: THE DATSUNS (NZ) + CAPS. (DK) - 12.NOV - KB18
onsdag d. 12. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 01:00
PRESALE : 80 KR
DOOR : 100 KR
GOLD HALO :
MOTHERF#CKER FROM HELL :
BLACKEN MY THUMB :
SUPPORT : CAPS. (DK)
CAPS play noisy rock’n'roll with melodic synths, razor sharp guitar riffs and poundering drums. A perfect cocktail of dark and catchy songs in a garage-ish power performance.
LIVE: GIUDA (I) + support: 11TH STREET KIDS (DK)
CLUB: TIPI ft. SHAUN REEVES (VISIONQUEST) / TERJE BAKKE (VISIONQUEST & SHY) vs MHM ONE (SHY)
fredag d. 14. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
LIVE : GIUDA (I) + support: 11TH STREET KIDS (DK)
LET’S DO IT AGAIN
“This is the perfect sound for life on the terraces, in the discos, at a gig, at the pub and in the streets, always with Giuda blasting in your ears”
Efter at have solgt 10.000 eksemplarer af deres debut-album “Racey Roller” fra 2010 er italienske GIUDA nu aktuelle med deres andet album ”Let’s Do It Again”. Det bringer deres vanlige turnéer et skridt længere op nord på og inkluderer nu endelige deres første koncert på dansk jord – nemlig fredag den 14. november når de gæster KB18 i København.
GIUDA er krediteret for at blande street punk med glam og trækker på inspiration fra Slade, The Sweet og Slaughter & The Dogs. Og ligesom tiden de inspireres af har bandet indspillet ”Let’s Do It Again” analogt udelukkende med 70’er-instrumenter mens de bevarer fokus på mere komplekse sangstrukturer og stærke melodi-linjer.
Bandet siger selv de ingen intention har om at intellektualisere eller oplyse deres stødt voksende publikum med livs-refleksioner. De kan ikke tilbyde de rette svar men i stedet har deres lyd og deres tekstunivers en vitalitet og spontanitet der på mange måder er selve essensen af rock ’n’ roll. Og det er dén mission GIUDA har valgt at bannerføre!
11TH STREET KIDS åbner denne aften og blev dannet tilbage i 2011 og består af de to The Floor Is Made Lava medlemmer Lars Rock og Asbjørn samt Kristian Klækre (Black City) og Nik W.
Bandet spiller en upoleret gang punkrock som tager udgangspunkt i genrens klassiske grupper The Ramones, New York Dolls og Hanoi Rocks, og har albummet “Well What Did You Expect” fra 2012 i bagkataloget. 11TH STREET KIDS arbejder for tiden på nyt materiale og er i 2014 aktuelle med singlen “Runaway“.
LÆS & SE MERE:
ONCE AGAIN WE CALL TO POW WOW AND HOUSEMUSIC
Pack your bubbleguns and saddle your ravehorse!
Through the lineup we will build a story of a musical journey throughout the night!
THE CHIEF PRESENT TO THEE:
▲▲▲▲▲ MAIN ACTS OF THE NIGHT ▲▲▲▲▲
A 4hour session with
SHAUN REEVES (VISIONQUEST)
Shaun Reeves is an enigmatic pioneer who’s trailblazing quest to export his unique brand of cosmic underground house and techno from his hometown of Detroit to Europe and beyond has brought him international acclaim. Alongside best friends Ryan Crosson, Lee Curtiss and Seth Troxler he has helped put a warm, esoteric spin on the city’s musical heritage taking it away from clinical minimalism, back towards warmer, more spiritual party music. Together they have formed Visionquest, a genre-busting four-piece DJ combo, live act, record label and forward-thinking school of thought.
The last few years have seen Shaun blossom in the studio, both on his own for New York’s Wolf+Lamb, as ‘The Royal We’ with Seth Troxler for Crosstown Rebels, alongside Guti and Miss Fitz for Wolf+Lamb and Raum…musik and most recently as Visionquest remixing Tracey Thorn (for Strange Feeling), doP & Seuil (for Eklo) and Paul Ritch & D’Julz (for Quartz Music).
A LONG morning set in the company of
SHY is an abbreviation for Shadow Hide You, which on the surface is just a newly established vinyl label. Below the surface lurks an innovative new project that is on a mission to gather the next generation of music lovers. They aim to connect with like-minded people through a focus on the art of DJing and record digging, through several cool and innovative features on their website.
All presented by
TIPI CHIEF RASMUS REKYL
The founding father of the TIPI.
Behind numerous underground initiatives as well as established clubnights and true-to-the-game bookings of Copenhagen.
Park raves, festivals, warehouse parties or outdoor events. He’ll pitch a rave tent on any lawn!
▲▲▲▲▲ OTHER INFO ▲▲▲▲▲
Venue: KB18 – Copenhagen meatpacking district
Kødboderne 18 – 1714 KBH V.
LIVE: THE AMITY AFFLICTION //THE PLOT IN YOU // HEART IN HAND // NAPOLEON - 15. november - KB18
CLUB: DISMANTLE: FJAAK -LIVE
lørdag d. 15. november 2014
Kl. 20:00 - 08:00
THE AMITY AFFLICTION (AUS)
THE PLOT IN YOU (USA)
HEART IN HAND (UK)
PRE-SALE TICKETS : 175 KR
Returning with their fourth album, Let The Ocean Take Me, The Amity Affliction have never sounded more vital. Urgent, aggressive, catchy, and diverse, it pushes their signature sound to the next level, providing a riveting soundtrack to the earnest admissions of vocalist Joel Birch, giving their diehard fans the album they both demand and deserve. “We’ve always been in this for the long haul, and we always want to keep getting better,” states Birch. “We toured for five years around Australia almost non-stop before anyone even really noticed us, and then with each of our records our following seemed to double. That’s really humbling, because we never set out to be ‘successful’ in this way, and our fans are really important to us, and we’re just going to keep writing the best songs we can.”
Formed in 2003 and comprised of Birch, clean vocalist/bassist Ahren Stringer, drummer Ryan Burt and guitarists Troy Brady and recent addition Dan Brown, the band have steadfastly refused to alter their sound to accommodate current fads. However, with each successive release they have built upon this, and Let The Ocean Take Meis the biggest, richest, and most sonically varied record the band have delivered. “We’ve always strived to write songs that stick in your head and punch you in the face at the same time,” says Stringer. “That’s what we do, and I know it’s such a cliché to say going into a new record you want your heavier parts to be heavier and your catchier parts to be catchier, but that iswhat we always want to do. However, that means nothing unless the songwriting is the best it can be, and I think on this record we’ve achieved everything that we set out to.” Both Birch and Stringer credit this in part to Brown, formerly of Melbourne bruisers Confession. While the four core members have remained consistent since prior to tracking 2008’s Severed Ties, and Brady and Stringer have been the principal songwriters, each time they have entered the studio it has been with a different second guitarist, and all agree that Brown has brought something special to the band. “It’s good to have someone fresh to bounce ideas off other than a producer, and Dan brought a lot of heaviness with him but he also really knows melody and harmonies, and that brings out the best in us.” Likewise, the combination of producer Will Putney (Winds Of Plague, Upon A Burning Body) and tracking the record at Brady’s Evergreen Studios in Brisbane contributed to a positive atmosphere conducive to performing at their very best. “Will is a down to earth guy, and really on the same level as us musically, having done this shit for a long time. He’s our age as well, and it was like recording with a friend, and the whole time we were in there we were really relaxed. In fact sometimes it felt a bit surreal! We’re used to going to the States to record, and it often felt like we weren’t recording an album at all because we were close to home and everything was so chill, and that made the experience so much better for us. The record that came out of that process reflects that.” On “Pittsburgh” the band adds an extra dimension to their sound with the inclusion of a children’s choir, drafted from a local high school. “We’ve always wanted to include something like that, and as we were writing this song the section just had an eerie vibe to it, and we felt the choir would take it to another level. It turned out amazing, the kids came in for a day and sang and just blew us all away.”
For Birch, Let The Ocean Take Meis by far the most personal album to date. Already well known for his frankness in eloquently communicating his struggles with anxiety, depression, and suicide through his lyrics, a near death experience during the 2013 Warped Tour brought things into sharper focus for him. While in Pittsburgh, the vocalist suffered a seizure that could very easily have killed him had he gone undiscovered. “It was a culmination of several things, but the doctor said the main one was that I had acute alcohol withdrawal seizures. I stopped breathing, turned blue and my heart stopped beating, and if it had happened where no one would have seen me for ten minutes I wouldn’t be here now. The doctor told me if I kept living like I was then I risked severe brain damage, or death. Having to message my girlfriend back home on the other side of the world to tell her what happened made me realize just how unfair it was of me to treat myself that way, without thinking of how it affected others.” Taking responsibility, Birch knows it is not just his loved ones that he was mistreating with this behavior, but also the legions of fans that follow the band. “I’ve always been pretty vocal that people in positions of power – as anyone who is in a band that has passionate followers is – need to affect positive change. In being so self-destructive I was disregarding my own message, and it was time to start listening to that.”
Several songs on the record deal with the event itself and the thoughts and feelings it stirred up, though perhaps none more pertinently than ‘Pittsburgh’, which depicts the helplessness he felt once revived. “When I was in the ambulance I was questioning what am I doing? I’m stuck with this and can’t overcome it. The song captures that, it’s about feeling trapped in anxiety and depression and trying to find an escape, but it’s the wrongescape. “FML” also comes from that situation, and is about really trying to find a positive in my life again, and writing these songs was a very cathartic process, but I’m terrified of people listening to them and reading these lyrics because they’ll know exactlywhat I’m thinking, I’m hiding nothing. With Chasing Ghostsit was a case of this is a record for you- this one’s for me, because I need to exorcise these demons.” While Birch is understandably appreciative of the profound connection his music makes with their fan base, with the tracks “Don’t Lean On Me” and “Give It All” he addresses the pressure some place upon him. Regularly receiving emails and letters from fans struggling with some of the same issues and looking for guidance he finds himself in a difficult position, and one that needs acknowledging. “I’ve actually written an open letter for everyone to read when “Don’t Lean On Me” comes out, because I really want to make sure that kids don’t take it the wrong way. I hope that it comes across as an informative song about the consequences of them turning to a person struggling with the same problems as them, because that’s the intention behind it. The album title comes from that song too, from the line ‘just hold me in your heart and let the ocean take me’. It has a literal meaning for me, because I live at the beach and if I’m not feeling very well mentally it’s so easy to go for a surf and a swim, and I always feel much calmer and happier afterwards. It’s like let thattake me. I sincerely want all these people that are feeling depressed and feeling fucked to find their way through it all, but at the same time I want my own space. I’m going through it as well, and they need to give me that time to myself.” However, Birch is not about to compromise his art or integrity by moving away from such subjects. “Really, it’s a blessing and a curse. I love that my lyrics touch people, but all these kids think they know me because of that connection, and that’s why they think it’s appropriate to start a dialogue. But, I’d rather be writing honest music and have that as a problem than be writing meaningless tripe.”
Regardless of such struggles, right now the band are collectively in the best headspace they have ever been in, and looking ahead the future is one filled with positivity. “We were in a better place going into making this record, and coming out of the studio with an album we’re all so proud of has only elevated that,” states Stringer. “It’s such an overwhelming feeling sometimes when you listen to a song you worked so hard on and go holy shit, we madethat from scratch. It’s a feeling you can’t get from anything else, and that applies to every song on Let The Ocean Take Me. With that under our belts we’re all just looking ahead right now, we’re excited for what’s next, and I feel like the sky’s the limit.”
Kl23.55 : DISMANTLE : FJAAK – LIVE
torsdag d. 20. november 2014
Kl. 21:00 - 02:00
PHANTOM PAIN + Support