Late-March music: All hail Izzy!

Halestorm
Mon 23 March; 20:00; Amager Bio; 190kr

Having just released their brand new record, ‘Into the Wild Life’, Halestorm frontwoman Izzy Hale seems to be doing pretty well at flying the flag for the girls. 

Hale was the first female musician to ever win a Grammy for ‘Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance’ in 2013 thanks to her efforts on hit single ‘Love Bites (So Do I)’. 

With their heavy ’80s influence, infectious melodies and roof-raising choruses, Halestorm are on their way to filling stadiums. 

Meanwhile, playing on the same night are folk duo Brittany Haas and  Lena Jonsson at Jazzhus Montmartre. 


Say Lou Lou
Wed 25 March, 20:30; Loppen; 130kr

What do you get when a couple of Swedes and a couple of Australians meet? Say Lou Lou of course. Their music is saturated with uber-cool ditsy melodies and a dreamy pop edge.
 


Mund de Carlo
Sun 28 March, 20:00; Ideal bar below Vega; 50kr

The home-grown Rap Slam and MC’s Fight Night regular has just released his latest record, Frit Fald, to widespread critical acclaim, including a five-star review from Gaffa magazine. 





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