The Hamburg based label Sounds of Subterrania turns 20 years!

The Hamburg based label Sounds of Subterrania turns 20 years!

For some of you, the label may be well known for its Special Vinyl Editions. A record cover made of concrete, wood or steel, nothing new for the label! And if you like it a bit fancier, then there is also a club made of LEGO bricks, in which the Swiss band THE MONSTERS is playing. In the specially founded vinyl club “The Bastards Can`t Dance” you will find a nice overview of all, we almost want to say crazy, specials: https://the-bastards-cant-dance.com

But now the birthday is due to be celebrated, so there will be a whole label week in the Hamburg based venue HAFENKLANG. Gregor Samsa, founder of Sounds of Subterrania commented: “In 2008, me and my bands were welcomed in Hafenklang with open arms, they helped me to find rooms for my mailorder and also booked and supported my bands again and again. Sounds of Subterrania will take over for one week end of March and host a small festival week at the Hafenklang, so come and talk to my bands and me, I would be pleased. ”

And if you look at the line-up, then you know where the journey goes at the end of March! There are some bands who have not been playing live for years, there is a farewell concert and in the end there is something for everyone from classic to cumbia to punk!

 

Monday, 26.03.:
LISTENER, KALEB STEWARD -> Tickets
Tuesday, 27.03.:
LUBOMYR MELNYK -> Tickets
Wednesday, 28.03.:
PARTY DIKTATOR, FLUID TO GAS
Thursday, 29.03.:
AFRICAN CONNECTION, JUNGLELYD -> Tickets
Friday, 30.03.:
THE MONSTERS, THE COURETTES, THE DEVIL IN MISS JONES,
KAMIKAZE QUEENS -> Tickets
Saturday, 31.03.:
TREND, GEWALT, ES WAR MORD -> Tickets
Sunday, 01.04.:
tba

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The Hamburg based label Sounds of Subterrania turns 20 years!