Some amazing worldwide renowned acts join the already amazing Open’er bill alongside a shining array of some of Poland’s freshest and biggest selling music talent. The new announcements are Everything Everything, Mount Kimbie, The National, Savages, Palma Violets as well as some of Poland’s finest talent such as Rykarda Parasol, Pianohooligan, Stroon, Plum, Fuka Lata, Vienio (Profil Pokoleń), Łąki Łan, Ballady i Romanse/Igor Boxx, Sorry Boys, hipiersoniK, Semantik Punk, L.U.C & Motion Trio, Please The Trees and Hot Cassandra. And these are just the names added!
Everything Everything whose second release “Arc” only confirmed that the Manchester band is among the most interesting ones on current UK scene. Combining an intelligent approach to art-rock with seeking their own interpretation of music, based on beat and the pulse. Mount Kimbie is made up of two producers Dominic Maker and Kai Campos, who discovered their style in late dubstep, a hushed sound famous from the albums by The xx and James Blake. Their music is minimalist, with many omissions, yet also danceable beats and pulsating bass, will be a great addition to the festival. You really thought Open’er 2013 could happen without The National? Only a few European dates (often headlining), and among them one at Open’er festival Main Stage again. The all-female post-punk quartet Savages will also be there, formed in early 2012 they released their debut single ‘Flying To Berlin’ a year ago. This was enough for the girls to surface the blogosphere and join trend-setting parties like New York’s CMJ Maraton. Savages didn’t take long to get signed or to record a debut album, called ‘Silence Yourself’ which was released early in May. Often compared to The Libertines, Palma Violets rose to fame thanks to the path set out by Arctic Monkeys. Their internet popularity is the fruit of videos, depicting their chaotic, ultra-energetic concerts and social media. The grassroots success was soon backed up with big musical media – Palma Violets were listed in BBC Sound of 2013. Rykarda Parasol is a singer who swapped opera singing for rock music ten years ago, playing it in a dark manner, not unlike Nick Cave and PJ Harvey. She recorded her new, third album in her native San Francisco.Do not miss this festival because you will be disappointed!
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