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The suggestion was up to see Crying Day Care Choir and Frantic Sunday and the amazing people at Rockfoto got onboard and would also put up an awesome exhibition together with the gig, all at STPLN.
Tomas, from Frantic Sunday, invited everybody to get together and make it happen and by the deadline, unfortunately, not enough tickets got sold. Because of that, there will be no gig for them or exhibtion.
EMUES has empowered about 500 people to make over 8 concerts happen for more than 21 bands in the last 5 months. There was more live music available, in more places, to more fans who wanted to see their favorite artist live in their town. All this is only possible because of YOU! Continue reading COME TOGETHER, RIGHT NOW
Friday, April 27th, Malmö: Another amazing music night at STPLN with the crowdfunded concept The Night Starts Here.
Anna Tenfält and Josefine Trilhamn welcomed the crowd and kept music playing at all times, with great indie pop beats.
On stage, Sonja Skibdahl‘s music transcended the lyrics: between Swedish and Finish, it was a personal sound that could speak to our hearts. An intimate start followed by her witty guitar and warm personality.
On a bit different pace, Funked Up took the stage and it was loud and good: groovy music that got everybody on their feet and wishing for more! There was crazy energy on stage on a sound that felt much more mature than their look. Oh yes: they know how to set the tone for a party.
Meet Frantic Sunday: a Swedish band from Uppsala formed in 2008 by four people with a common aim. Stay Frantic.
The band rehearsed together for the first time the last Sunday of September 2008. Since then, over 80 gigs in the U.S., Norway and Sweden has been played, among them the Peace and Love festival, Debaser Medis and Debaser Malmö. The band has been commended by critics and audiences alike, both for the live shows and the recordings.
The past year indie four-piece Frantic Sunday rotated on MTV and Swedish national radio channel P3, and played at one of Sweden’s biggest festivals, Way Out West.
Now they’re back with a new single, “Things We Do” and about to kick off their Summer Tour!
And because they’re on Emues, you can suggest a gig for them!
Enjoy the new single and make sure to bring them to a venue next to you.
Is this a trend coming up? It seems that in Malmö, music lovers have adopted Emues concept and crowd suggested gigs are happening more and more often.
This time, the suggested bands were Tim the Lion Tamer and Stars in Coma, who played at STPLN on the 3rd edition of The Night Starts Here. Another cozy Friday night pre-party at STPLN with people gathering to enjoy live music.
Anna Tenfält took care of the music in between as the DJ of the night.
First off on stage was Tim the Lion Tamer and we have 1 word for his music: smooth. That voice is just the type of voice that one can’t get enough of. Prior to the gig, Tim went on his Facebook Fan Page with a fun voting for which song he should cover live and the most voted was Flume, by Bon Iver, which sounded flawless in his interpretation. He also sang a few of the other suggested covers, which the crowd appreciated. Beautiful voice and melody. It was the perfect start for that night…
Stars in Coma took the stage next with their unpredictable pop. You thought you knew, but you had no idea: they took the crowd by surprise with their hyper beats, getting everybody to laugh and move their feet in a very uptempo performance. They definitely had the outfit and the performance to be remembered!
Feel like you missing out? You don’t have to!
Next up will be Sonja Skibdahl + Funked Up on April 27th. That is,
if YOU make it happen, of course. Maisa Dabus suggested this gig, so if like her, you’d also like to see them live, you can make it happen by getting tickets now.
And if you enjoy Emues concept, what are you waiting for? Suggest a gig now!
Log in on your Emues account and make sure to suggest a gig to the band you wanna see live. Make it happen!
The Emues Crew
March is coming to an end and what a fun month it’s been! Many musicians had their anticipated album releases this month, such as Madonna, Miike Snow, The Shins, The Ting Tings, Andrew Bird, Bruce Springteen and many more. Have you listened to them yet? If you have Spotify, you can listen to these Latest Album Releases 2012 now! Are we missing anyone? Let us know.
We’re happy to welcome to Emues great bands! Say hi to:
Some of them already have concerts suggested through Emues coming up in April. And you know how that works by now, right?
You suggest a concert to the band you wanna see live and when enough tickets get sold, the gig is on! Make sure to get tickets to see Tim the Lion Tamer + Stars in Coma on April 13th at STPLN on The Night Starts Here. You can see if any of your friends is going to this gig on Facebook, Last.fm or Songkick.com.
And on April 27th, you can see Sonja Skibdahl + Funked Up (Funked Up who just played at Hemgården in Lund for the Roskilde Festival Roadtrip) live at STPLN, also on The Night Starts Here. This is gonna be fun, don’t miss it! Get tickets here and check who else is going on Facebook, Last.fm and Songkick.
This week in Malmö, YAST (Malmö based band) is the opening act to Zola Jesus at Babel, same day as Deportees play at Mejeriet in Lund for the Roskilde Festival Roadtrip. There’s great music all around, don’t miss it!
And remember: if you want to suggest a concert to any of the bands on Emues, just log in with your Emues account, suggest the gig and make it happen! We want more live music brought by YOU!
Our super active intern, Kristofer Nilsson, is always out and about, checking out what Malmö has to offer when it comes to culture, more so, the music scene. Here’s what he has to share with us…
Malmö is a city of constant activity. If you have a little time and some money to spare. One can, without exaggeration, attend at least one event every day, all year round.
Last week, I decided to visit four events, three of them concerts.
Inkonst offered on Tuesday a free concert by the southern interior city prides Dalaplan. This is the band with The Sonics-inspired garage riffs offer tones that makes the firm decision to sing along, clap, and although it was Tuesday, dance a little drop.
On Thursday, I went to Babel and Kick-Start to see more interesting, local, new talent. The
artists that were on the scene for this evening:
Libra, who celebrated her new release by delivering goa electronic tones. For those of you
who like siblings Dreijers stuff, check out Libra.
Idle Hands did it again. He enthralled the audience through its beautifully fragile voice and
big band The Devil’s Play Things did exactly what to do when you have cello, two banjo,
electric guitar, pedal steel, bass, drums, triangle and marackas.
The Culture In Memoriam burning of his songs with great panache. It was great to see
them when I have not done it before. Turning back again to a look-a-like-particular-band-
check-in-theese. If you like Johnossi, peek into TCIM!
Saturday night was a night of intimacy and high rock and roll tones. I was on the
Mässingshornet, Kirsebergs gem, to see when the Demobanken club Hemma Hos moved
the living room a few hundred meters to the east than we are accustomed. On stage stood
Wittsell III and Fracture, two very promising band from southwest Skåne, which played to an
audience that was very touched. Other people were obviously concerned – the owner who
said that Hemma Hos had saved his sales and neighbors who complained about the high
Friday’s concert at STPLN was completely booked by the audience. It’s a great thing for the music of Sweden. We take a big step towards the innovative live scene through this.
The Guide, with its gentle tones cover your body with the softest cotton and leaves no interested. Something that was hard to believe was that this was the first time Johan Falkenberg along with his new band forming ‘The Guide’ played live. It was with great self-esteem and instinctive ability they formed their melodies. This is something we deeply look forward to!
Stina Künstlicher creates music with the look that one rarely encounters in today’s society, these little made-up eyes. By relating to important Swedish poets and writers, Stina sang with the full consideration and rhetorical meeting songs of the great and the little in life. Something that got the receiver to think, laugh and look around.
And to keep the music around the whole night, DJ Offbeat was right on with every beat. Music was all around.
You can check more pictures on our Flickr set!
With two completed “The Night Starts Here“, we hope with STPLN that there will be other nights where we can begin the evening with you, because it’s you who make it possible, right?
If you want to suggest a concert for the next edition of The Night Starts Here, which happens on March 30th @ STPLN, you can do it NOW! Log in on your Emues account and click on SUGGEST A CONCERT: select the band you want to see at STPLN and make it happen!