Best of the gigs in late November

November 15th, 2014

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A round-up of musical events during the next couple of weeks

Sun 16 Nov, 20:00; Store Vega; 220kr

Founded by sisters Jenny Lee Lindberg and Shannyn Sossamon in Los Angeles back in 2009 (the latter left shortly afterwards and was replaced by drummer Stella Mozgawa), the group enjoyed a successful debut with The Fool (2010) – an album spearheaded by their psych-rock hit ‘Love is to Die’.

Re-emerging with a definably different sound, the quartet have begun to formulate a new sonic manifesto in the aftermath of The Fool. Playing with spacey electronic elements, morose lyrics and plenty of guitar-heavy interludes, the success of their current tour is likely to make or break the group’s career.

Perfume Genius
Sun 16 Nov, 20:00; CPH Jazzhouse; 170kr

Seattle’s Mike Hadreas (aka Perfume Genius) creates brutally honest, intimate and powerful songs. His lurid third album, Too Bright, released in September this year, was rated 8.5 by Pitchfork. 

Warren Wolf + Thomas Fonnebælk + Alex Riel
Thu 20 Nov, 20:00; Jazzhus Montmartre; 325kr

Highly-rated American vibraphonist Warren Wolf joins two of Denmark’s most prominent jazz figures to ease you into the exquisite universe of modern swing. 

Bombay Bicycle Club
Sun 23 Nov, 20:00; Amager Bio; 285kr

The north London outfit emerged in the mid-‘00s with a refreshing, guitar-driven classic indie-rock sound. Perhaps a listen to ‘Always Like This’ will rejig your memory. 

DJ Bone 
Sat 29 Nov, 23:00; KB18; 125kr

Following a concert by the indie-rock outfit Monster Truck, the Detroit-bred DJ will give a glimpse into the world of Detroit’s intrepid techno scene with a set that will go on until the early hours.


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