Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival
Tauron Nowa Muzyka has today announced its latest additions which just pour even more talent into this amazing festival. With the likes of The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble, SOHN, Robag Wruhme, Mimetic, O.C.E.T. and NIWEA all being announced this week.
Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival has announced the return of The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble and this time they will be bringing along Erika Janunger, their guest singer. They packed out the Club Stage Tent last year leaving many festival goers disappointed having to stand outside the tent to listen to the thrilling post-techno-jazz concert. This is a chance to see The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble in a brand new light but be sure to get to the stage early to guarantee a place to see and hear them in all their glory. They have also announced a second act in the form of SOHN, who had astounding debut LP come out in 2012 entitled ‘The Wheel’. This is a man you need to keep an eye on for the future, as he catches the warm synth sounds and drum machine rhythms, he creates music ideal for his own voice and telling sad stories from his life in the big city. Already compared and named as the next James Blake, SOHN will debut in Poland during Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival this year, and will bring along his brand new music material from his debut album, which is yet unreleased, due to drop on 4AD later in the year. The third announcement some might remember him from the stage duo Wighnomy Brothers, which he created with friend Sören Bodner. Their musical career lasted for almost twelve years and took them to the biggest and smallest clubs and festival stages worldwide. Their musical paths split in 2009, and a short time later Robag Wruhme began his solo musical production and performing career. As a result came two LPs: Wuppdeckmischampﬂow and Thora Vukk, and a host of remixes for some of the biggest names around. This will be Robag Wruhmeʼs ﬁrst ever performance in Poland! Do not miss his set. Their next annoucement is Mimetic who ﬁrst came to life in 1998, and now some 15 LPs later released by various independent European labels, he is still very much independent and not bound by any set of rules. A wave of sounds and noise is created during his live performances and everything joins and creates, unmissable, thrilling shows, all acompanied and completed by great visuals. Great shows musically and visually are also a trade mark for O.C.E.T. who are also announced along with NIWEA, probably one of the biggest surprises in recent years to com out of Poland, the duo are formed by Dawid Szczesny and Wojciech Bakowski. This is shaping up to be a festival not to be missed, for any reason.
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