The amazing people behind club Kick-Start in Malmö, Sweden, are using Emues as a tool to explore and book new talented up-and-coming bands. Throughout 2014 several bands have been booked by their fans through Emues for club Kick-Start at Babel in Malmö.
With the help of friends and fans you have the possibility to choose a band to get booked at this amazing club, where talents like The Ark, The Sounds, Magnus Tingsek, Helena Josefsson, David & The Citizens, The Rasmus and Sahara Hotnights all started their careers.
Suggest a band
Suggest a band by signing in to Emues.com and:
- Click ‘Suggest New Concert’
- Select the band(s) of your choice. (Can’t find the band you want? Encourage them to register on Emues, it’s free!)
- Select “Kick-Start @ Babel” as venue and pick a date during the Spring. (Available dates: Jan 29th, Feb 26th, March 12th & 26th, April 16th and May 7th)
- Click the green button ‘SUGGEST’
To make it on to KICK-START’s official program, submit your suggestion before January 30th!
Read more about Kick-Start and some of their previous bookings through Emues:
Get to know some of the bands better and check out these interviews:
Do you have any questions? Please reach out to us via email, (firstname.lastname@example.org), Facebook or Twitter.
We had the opportunity to meet up with this Swedish Indie-Folk-Americana band to chat about music, building a band, inspiration and more.
Watch the full interview with High Coast below.
High Coast and Joe & The Anchor was successfully booked by their fans, for a lovely evening (tonight!) at Southern Sweden’s indie club, Kick-Startat Babel in Malmö. See you there!
The success continues! A couple of weeks ago Poplöst and Jaguar Shoes got booked by their fans in Malmö. Last night High Coast and Joe & The Anchor was successfully booked by their fans, for a lovely evening at Southern Sweden’s indie club, Kick-Start at Babel in Malmö.
You can still get your tickets for the show on October 30 – see you there!
Watch and listen to High Coast
Watch and listen to Joe & The Anchor
The new single from Swedish band High Coast, Talvatis, is inspired by the mystical stillness of the cold and dark northern winter.
High Coast is based in Malmö, Sweden, and make music with influences of americana, folk, pop and jazz music. Talvatis, named after a lake in northern Sweden, is the first single from High Coast’s eponymous EP. High Coast began to make music in 2010, at the time consisting of Daniel Walke and Per Gustafsson, a duo using guitar and banjo. Today, the band is made up of Daniel Walke, Joel Nelson, Per Gustafsson, Olof Bergström, and Sebastian Andersson, all of whom play multiple instruments, including mandolin and accordion.
High Coast’s first EP will be released by the independent label Red Tape Recordings during Spring 2013.
High Coast is on Emues, ready to be suggested and booked wherever they’ve got fans. Go suggest!