We’re delighted to present their debut show in Berlin: Garden City Movement!
Garden City Movement
Admission Presale: 15€
Presale link: love-your-artist.de/de/berlinsessions/14818/
Three years ago, when Tel-Aviv based electronic music project Garden City Movement released their debut EP “Entertainment”, nobody expected the buzz that this trio would create. Pitchfork, Clash, FADER, Stereogum, Fact, you name it — everyone was simply in awe with their hypnotic, dancefloor-ready beats, intertwined vocals and intricately-drawn, gorgeous atmospherics. Support slots for SOHN, Alt-J and Rufus, an appearance at Boiler Room and bookings at Primavera, Pukkelpop, Glastonbury and Fusion Festival soon followed.
Their second EP “Bengali Cinema” and the conclusion of the EP-trilogy “Modern West” continued their media praise, dominating Hype Machine and getting picked up by radio stations all over the world.
In summer 2016, the band released the first track of their upcoming debut album: “She’s So Untouchable” is 'Emotional Balerica', as they call it, and impresses with a funky synth bass line, groovy guitar, and ’80s-tinged airiness.
We’re excited to see what else the band will have in store for us when they stop by for one of their rare live-concerts on german grounds.
When their paths finally crossed at a language school in Berlin, Enda and Miguel of KILNAMANA discovered that they shared a musical taste as well as a connection to Kilnamanagh: Born in Spain Miguel later spent his time learning English at the Irish suburb's primary school which Enda attended during his childhood in Kilnamanagh. Hence the somewhat exotic sounding name. The Berlin-based duo just dropped their first album „Paradise Suicide“ via Jirafa Records, the record label of producer Kid Simius. Varying from relaxed summer tunes to expressions of melancholy the 13 tracks were composed with old keyboards, hand crafted sounds and improvised vocals. Playing live instruments on stage Kilnamana will present their danceable yet organic songs in an intoxicating performance.