Vibracrunch 06 – Oh Yeah!!
the 14th of August at 14:30 will be when this year's Vibracrunch
Festival will take place as part of Malmöfestivalen in beautiful
As always we promise to give you a full day of some of the finest Danish and Swedish music around, so don't miss it!
We are happy and proud to announce the following acts, to appear on the festival:
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (US)
great band has been one of the most respected, popular and critically
acclaimed acts on the indie scene since the early 1990's. Jon Spencer
and his two band mates play catchy, anarchic and noisy rock 'n' roll.
This band simply delivers the best freakin' live show on this
motherfuckin' planet! Read more about them here
Moon Gringo (DK)
very talented and catchy Danish indie favourite. Their brilliant new
album Ingrid Superstar is out now. Go wear your Dirty Underwear! Learn
more about this gorgeous band at www.moongringo.com
Money Your Love (DK)
new sensation has surprised everyone with their stunning electroclash
sound and great up-beat performances. Frontman Lars I Lommen is also
part of Junior Senior's band, where he does splendid backing vocals.
Their debut album will be out in August on Drama Kings Records. Drama Kings
Tiger Tunes (DK)
energetic blend of Commodore 64-inspired electro sounds and a dangerous
kind of rock 'n' roll is quite a cocktail. However, the tigers deliver
sounds so infectious that you can't help dancing along on their terms -
have a go! Tiger Tunes
former Gangway songwriter is their biggest fan. Their record has been
recorded with Kliché’s old beat box. The Danish lyrics are about red
wine, light sabers and love.
They are from Jutland (now with home field advantage in
Copenhagen). They play unpretentious rock in a mixture between trash
and “the good melody”. They are extremely sympathetic, but time and
again they end up in verbal fights – what is there not to love about Sterling?
Talking to Teapots (S)
the beginning, back in 1989, Talking to Teapots has grown from a
dreadful boyband into one of Sweden’s most cozy indie-lo-fi-rock bands.
Last year Teapots played Emmabodafestivalen, which led up to the
release of their debut EP; "Are You Talking to Teapots?" talking to teapots
may be a power trio, but in this case the prog-metal acrobatics of rush
are replaced with something they call "donkey punk." Two tremolo-loving
chicken-scratch, rail-thin guitarists Kim Kix and Atomic Child. And
drummer J.C. Benz playing his trade on just a snare, bass drum, and
floor tom. But the fact that this exercise in B-movie punk-a-billy is
coming from Aarhus, Denmark, adds plenty of delicious cognitive
dissonance. "The next song goes out to Grandma. It's called "Stupid
Bob Log III (US)
fiercly one-man-army Bob Log III is playing primitive & cool
blues-punk and noise rock distinguished by Latin-styled drum machine
beats and vocal pressed through telephone microphones. Expect some
crazy shit when Bob Log enters the stage wearing his motorcycle helmet
and grabs innocent girls from the crowd to jump on his knees during the
Learning from Las vegas (DK)
all time favourite Crunchy band delivered one of last year's best
Danish albums – the shining Richard & Liz. Since then the band has
toured in Scandinavia and regrouped into a mighty trio, where their
beautiful love-songs really come alive. Don´t miss their new line-up
and live show. http://www.learningfromlasvegas.com
is one of the best bands on the Danish indie scene right now – and
Crunchy Frog's newest signing. The Copenhagen based group has a truly
unique sound that combines roaring noiserock, alternative country,
electronica and beautiful poptunes with poetic and political lyrics.
The result is astonishing and orginal and is inspired by bands like dat
politics, Pixies, My Bloody Valentine, The Velvet Underground, bob
hund, Flaming Lips and Calexico http://www.epo-555.dk
The Tremolo Beer Gut (DK/S)
with their Hawaiian shirts, ties and vintage surf-rock the good ol’
Tremolos are back in action! This highly missed band is always a
popular crowdpleaser, when they fire up their furious guitars and light
their cool cigs. http://www.thetremolobeergut.dk/
Sandy Mouche (S)
lovely Swedish band, Sandy Mouche plays gentle indiepop with a twist.
The group flirts with their view of the idyllic French; The Riviera,
red wine, worn out yellow piano keys on a detuned piano and warm
coloured colduroy suits. http://www.sandymouche.com/
was formed in 2001 and consists of five guys from Skaane, Sweden. They
play energetic and tuneful indie/retro pop that will make Neil Young
and Stephen Malkmus faint of envy.
Radio LXMBRG (S)
LXMBRG's musical influences range from simple pop and bombastic movie
soundtracks; they create their music as a summery of musical genres
ranging from the fifties and up until today. The band uses four
elements - Analogue, Digital, Acoustic and Sampling. Their songs are
performed by different vocalists.
This map shows the excact location of the site. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the Central Station.
Copenhageners it's nice to know that the trains back to ol' CPH departs
every hour all through the night. It's free and no tickets are required
- so just turn up in time to soak up all of the splendid music!
You can buy beer and food at the site, and of course
records and t-shirts from all the bands that have any. As a special
note to all the beer loving Danes. A couple of years ago it was OK to
bring your own beers right into the stage area at Bastionen. It is no
longer allowed in respect of the people that have the concession for
selling beers. So if you bring your own beers, then you have to sit
outside the fence while drinking them. Sorry for this inconvenience,
but as the festival is in general free you may be able to afford a few
Look out for much more info about this extraordinary and
much anticipated day - It's crunchy, it's crispy & it's coming soon!