The best punk band in Britain according to critics, Bad Breeding, is coming to Šiška! The first Indekš package of the new season will be rounded off with Hungarian opening act Dope Calypso, who churn out Pixies-influenced garage punk even without a bassist.
Punk outfit Bad Breeding hit the British music scene like an angry fist to the face of the unfair and exploitative socio-political establishment. Drawing on anarchic ideas, the rage of the neglected working class and old-school hardcore, the short bursts of guitar noise and furious lyrics serve as both condemnation and wake-up call. The final ace up their sleeve is a wild, no-holds-barred live show that earned them the label of “one of the most exhilarating live bands in the country” from The Quietus. The foursome, who also toured with Mastodon and Metz, are coming to Šiška with their second album Divide, recorded in the chaotic period of uncertainty following the Brexit referendum.
Budapest trio Dope Calypso say they sound as if the Buzzcocks played the Pixies. The formula seems to work, as the band’s records keep finding their way onto end-of-the-year best-of lists in Hungary, despite the group having an additional guitarist instead of a bass player. The garage punks are coming to Ljubljana with their latest release, the third in as many years, offering us the chance to hear yet another standout band of the younger Hungarian generation that has already given us Gustave Tiger and Makrohang.
TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON.
Organisation: Kino Šiška.
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