A night of punk and post-punk madness in Drizzly Grizzly, featuring Skowyt, Pull the Wire and Zenek Kupatasa I love Punk concerts; they have this energy that I have never found anywhere else for any other musical genre. Even the thunderous ambiance of Metal concerts […]
Last night, I found myself fashionably behind schedule – how bizarre! – embracing the mysterious allure of the gothic evening gigs in B90, regrettably bypassing the enigmatic opening act Drift. As I navigated through the pouring rain and the shadows towards the venue, a thought […]
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, affectionately known as OMD, began their musical journey in 1978, leaving an indelible mark as pioneers of synthpop. Founded by Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys in Wirral, England, OMD’s innovative fusion of electronic instruments, catchy melodies, and introspective lyrics has […]
Hailing from the dynamic music scene in Poland, Wczasy stands out as a duo that has enraptured audiences with their distinct fusion of nostalgia, contemporary vibes, and heartfelt lyrics. Comprising Bartłomiej Maczaluk and Jakub Żwirełło, the duo effortlessly blends disco, folk, and electronica, crafting a […]
Inside Seaside Festival’s Debut Gdańsk, a city steeped in history, culture, and resilience, welcomed a new addition to its musical events – the Inside Seaside Festival. Nestled within the confines of the Amber Expo, a venue more accustomed to trade shows than musical events, the […]
The concerts last night in B90 unfolded as a metal feast, featuring the dynamic performances of Lost Society, the emotional Sólstafir, and the captivating set by Amorphis, creating an immersive experience for all metal enthusiasts in attendance. Let’s kick things off with a salute to […]
Rocking with The Vintage Caravan In the world of music, you sometimes stumble upon a band that defies the odds and rocks your world in unexpected ways. The Vintage Caravan, a three-piece rock outfit hailing from the picturesque shores of Álftanes, Iceland, is precisely that […]
The Polish Punk Icons Defying Time In the ever-evolving landscape of punk rock history, one name shines brightly: Dezerter. If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t crossed paths with Poland’s punk scene, you might be scratching your head, thinking, “Dezerter who?” Well, hold […]
The sun shone brightly as we stepped out of the overheated Polish train in Warsaw. We had left Gdansk in the morning, excited to attend the much-awaited Depeche Mode concert. Despite the pessimistic weather forecasts, the day welcomed us with warm rays and a promise of unforgettable memories. As we approached the exit, we were met by a sea of enthusiastic fans, all clad in Depeche Mode shirts and beaming with excitement.
As the sun rises on the fourth and final day of the Mystic Festival, I find myself in a curious state of happiness and exhilaration. Yet, fatigue fails to dampen my spirit; it’s been a marathon of musical ecstasy that my body gladly endure. Surprisingly, my legs are holding up better than expected, free from the agony of past festivals. And, thankfully, this year has spared me the dreaded festival sickness that haunted my memories.
Arriving at the third day of the Mystic Festival with a renewed sense of anticipation, I could feel the sun gradually cooling down, setting the stage for an unforgettable day of music. Bands like Soen, Lost Society, Planet of Zeus, Eyes, Lucifer, and many more were lined up, promising exceptional performances that would leave a lasting impact on the crowd. As a dedicated fan of metal, I knew I was in for a treat.
With an uncontainable enthusiasm, I embarked on the second day of the festival, driven by the anticipation of witnessing Lord of the Lost and finally catching Behemoth after three missed opportunities. The scorching sun mirrored the intensity of the previous day, and the number of fans multiplied as night fell, setting the stage for an epic program.