You know what the week after this right? If not, I'll be happy to remind you of it in the next few days. Below are some recommendations on how to spend the next few evenings. Enjoy.
01.10 Hedvig Mollestad Trio at Alchemia
A heavy kick to begin the musical week, guitar rock meets punk meets jazz. Hedvig Mollestad Trio has just released their second album on the prestigious Rune Grammofon. It will be loud.
02-03.10 Moskus Trio at Piec'ART
A young jaz trio straight from Norway, their music might seem a bit to melancholic at the first take but there's enough bite too.
Moskus - Moskus from APPARATET on Vimeo.
03.10 Ryland Bouchard at Piekny Pies
Bourchard is an american songwriter, he published previously under the name The Robot Ate Me, the music somewhere between indie, pop an electro. More acoustic, folk feel, the melancholy stays the same.
04-05.10 Mr Eart at Piec'ART
Truly and international project (unfortunately the gig's description on club's site are contradictory), post-jazz, post-rock, post-pop, check the video below to make up your own mind but I think it seems quite alluring.
05.10 Mark Sultan at Piekny Pies
Mark Sultan stand for the BBQ from the cult garage band King Khan and the BBQ Show. Noisy guitar, vocals, maybe some pedal drums to go with that. Rock'n'roll needn't be more complicated that that.
06-07.10 Our Standards at Piec'ART
Jacek Kochan (drums, laptop) developes over the last years what he called AJIEE - Acoustic Jazz in Electronic Envirnment - you may expect the standards played with Dominik Wania (piano) and Fabrizio Brusca (guitar, laptop) won't be played in the very standarized way.