People say there’s always a first time for everything.
With EMUES, last week, there was a first time for 2 things: the first EXPIRED gig and the first SOLD OUT gig.
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.
Friday, April 27th, Malmö: Another amazing music night at STPLN with the crowdfunded concept The Night Starts Here.
A gig was suggested for Sonja Skibdahl and Funked Up and over 20 of their fans got together to make it happen. The result? A fun night in the always cozy atmosphere with a lot of great music.
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.
On stage we proudly present The Guide together with Stina Künstlicher. So, bring your own beer and join us for some sweet music and chill hang out with your friends.
But this time, we’re taking it to the core: only YOU can make this concert happen! 20 tickets HAVE to be sold by next Tuesday (March 6th), otherwise, there will be no concert. So come on, support The Guide and Stina Künstlicher now by getting tickets. They wanna play!
Some of the bands registered on Emues are keeping themselves very busy. Fredrik was touring in California, Woodstripe just got back in Sweden from touring in San Francisco. Skilla did 3 gigs in a row for Schools. It looks like they had a blast!