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It happened on a Friday night, in Malmö…

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!

The crowd @STPLN - The Night Starts Here

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!

Sincerely yours,
Emues Crew

The Guide + Stina Künstlicher, presented by… YOU!

A week ago, UpSweden Malmö suggested a great concert through Emues: The Guide + Stina Künstlicher to play on the 2nd edition of The Night Starts Here at STPLN. And on Tuesday night, 20 tickets were bought, just in time, to confirm the concert.

That’s what Emues is really all about: You suggest a concert. You buy tickets. You make it happen.

We’re super happy and excited to see The Guide and Stina Künstlicher take on the stage knowing that YOU made it happen: Thank you UpSweden. Thank you STPLN. Thank you Fans. Thank you artists.

The gig is on!

I hope you enjoy this cozy 2nd edition of The Night Starts Here at STPLN and we’re looking forward to see which other concerts YOU will make it happen next!

Sincerely yours,
Emues Crew

Hello March!

March is here and so it’s our 2nd edition of The Night Starts Here that happens on March 9th at STPLN, in Malmö.

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.

 

The Night Starts Here @ STPLN: The Guide and Stina Künstlicher

 

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!

 

We are very happy to tell you that several new awesome bands have joined Emues. A big welcome to Crying Day Care ChoirFunked UpLe Shake Before UseShotgun Crackers and Sonja Skibdahl. Do you want to see any of them play at a venue near you? Easy: sign in, suggest a concert, spread the word and enjoy a concert with your favorite band live on stage.

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!

This is Head, MF/MB and Turn off your television are in the studio recording new albums. We’re looking forward to get a sneak peek on the upcoming songs… All the best and good luck to you guys!

Rumor has it that Frantic Sunday might play in Malmö this Spring, following their new album release.
We also heard that they are Uppsala most amazing live band… What do you think?

We’re looking forward to all the great music coming up in March!

Sincerely yours,
Emues Crew