Mid-June music: Bringing the anarchy

 

Marilyn Manson
Mon 8 June, 20:00; Store Vega; 370kr
Barely a day passes without Manson showing off another of his talents. As plain old Brian Warner, he wanted to become a writer or journalist, and most recently he proved he can act as well, and even without his famous scary stage make-up, in Sons of Anarchy.

Now he is ready to put it back on and to rock and shock wherever he can on his ‘The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour 2015’.

The sound of his ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor, which Manson himself described as “very cinematic”, is more blues and hard-rock influenced than previous works, and it has generally received positive reviews from critics.

 

Rasmus Seebach+ Ankerstjerne
Sat 6 June, 16:00; Valby Idraetspark; 350kr
The popular Danish artist usually attracts a large crowd, and for this event, which is perfect for the whole family, he is additionally supported by songwriter Ankerstjerne.

 

Forever Frank with Edda Magnason
June 9-14, 18:00 or 20:30; Standard; 175-270kr
Swedish jazz singer, pianist and composer Edda Magnason stars in the show ‘Forever Frank’, in which she interprets the songs of legendary Frank Sinatra in her own astounding way.

 

Tyondai Braxton
Wed 10 June, 21:00; Pumpehuset; 200kr
Tyondai Braxton is described as an electronic, modern composer. He is said to have created his own astonishing ‘sonic alphabet’. Witness his various talents in songs from his new album HIVE1.

 





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