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making a documentary on the music scene in europe

#21 User is offline   Fliven

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:28 PM

hi all !!

so... here,s the update
still in berlin......finally got the motorhome...after much red tape.
i was asked to do a show here with a local band on staurday..nov 15th ..so we will stay until then.
i,m starting the documentary here...
i,m trying to organize all the bands dates and places everyone was amazingly kind enough to give me.

so..we leave berlin on sunday
....any suggestions on a route to follow ?
i,m open to all and any tips!

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:28 PM

Tina, whoa, what an amazing documentary. I want to see it when it's done. I used to be the music editor for a music magazine and have a passionate love for European indie, so...this may be way more information you want, but these are just some of my favorite bands from various European countries that I can think of off the top of my head. I can probably come up with more if given time to think about it and go through my music collection. Also, if you're interested, I can put you in touch with the majority of these bands' publicists, managers, or the bands themselves if you will contact me privately. *Deep breath* Here we goooo....

Spain:
The Pinkertones

France:
Air
Justice
DAT Politics
Tahiti 80
The Berg Sans Nipple
Birdy Nam Nam
Keren Ann
Cyann & Ben

Belgium:
Vive la Fete
Janek Schaefer

Germany:
Apparat
Digitalism
Boyz Noize
Maximilian Hecker
Larsen
Modeselektor

Denmark:
Mew
Efterklang
Slaraffenland
I Scream Ice Cream / The Little Sisters
Jeppe
Taxi Taxi
Under Byen

Finland:
Husky Rescue

Norway:
Kate Havnevik
Diskjokke
Sondre Lerche
Kings of Convenience
Magnet
Royksopp
Datarock
Lindstrom
Silje Nes

Sweden:
Loney, Dear
Pelle Carlberg
Jens Lekman
Jose Gonzales
The Shout Out Louds
Suburban Kids With Biblical Names
El Perro Del Mar
Bonde do Role
Acid House Kings
Club 8
Lasse Lindh
The Radio Dept.
Tribeca
Edson

Britain:
Patrick Wolf
Tap Tap / Pete and the Pirates
Simon Bookish
Fujiya & Miyagi
Simian Mobile Disco
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
The Go! Team
The Crimea
Lightspeed Champion
Tom Vek
Maps
Oceansize
Jamie Lidell
Four Tet
Fanfarlo
Tunng

Ireland:
The Frames
BellX1
JJ72
Oppenheimer

Scotland:
Frightened Rabbit
The Twilight Sad
Biffy Clyro
1990s
U.N.P.O.C.

Gah! I'm having a major brain fart! I know I'm forgetting some really good ones, especially Ireland and the Scandinavian countries. And of course the UK has soooo many more good indie bands. But that's a good enough list for now.

If you are hoping over to Iceland, let me know. There's a metric crap-ton of super awesome bands and musicians there, so I can definitely give you a list worth checking out if you'll be heading that way.
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Emily ...

U rock !!
I worked in the music biz also ... managed recording studios in nyc.
I would love some help contacting bands ect.
Should i contact u through CS ??

xx
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

some greek bands and singers
"rodes","xainides","psarantonhs","giannhs aggelkas","paulos paulidis"
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

let me add some belgian indie bands:

girls in hawaii
austin lace
das pop
absynthe minded
a brand
daan
dEUS
goose
baloji
zita swoon

tina, if you decide to visit this part of the woods, give me a shout.
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

as Emily mention about Swedish bands, most of them are artists from Labrador (_www.labrador.se) so if you've chance maybe you'd interview Johan Angerg??rd (the main figure of this Labrador : he holds a manager position in the company and he is a member of three bands; The Legends, Club 8, Acid House Kings)...
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Oh man, I KNEW I was forgetting some good Belgian bands. Thanks for this. I freaking love Girls in Hawaii...
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Hey there my cs'rs ...

Me, my bf shuri and our trusty rv have finally left germany and we are now in prague !!
We had to take an alternate route do to weather conditions and most importantly, our rv is old ... but amazing : ) ....so we have to take some caution.
I've realized that doing a europe trip in an rv in winter is brave and a little crazy !! lol !! But this is what life is about...
This music documentary has turned into a doc about a doc... can't wait to share it with you all !
Prague - Praha - The city -is stunning...as most of u who have visited know this.
It's my first time here and I must admit, I'm a bit disappointed at how damn touristy it is.
But... I understand the economic state of things and hey everyone needs to make a buck.
I guess demographics will have it and so I'll start the doc here.
As far as the music scene... well.. I'm only here a day and a half and haven't found anything... ummm of substance. Ok...I haven't found a damn thing.
I'm sure there's some good music here ... so I will continue the search in prague for a few more days.
We will look for a host..for 2 or 3 days. A local would be a warm welcome and a wealth of info on the scene here.
So .. any tips, advice, anything at all, music or otherwise....I am counting on all of you beautiful people to get me through this project.
Keep the thread going !!
x
Tina
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#29 User is offline   Gregam530

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

hi again,

we are driving from prague to brno (south) and will stay there a few days then we will be in vienna ....
we'll stay in brno as long as the weather permits us sleeping in the motorhome.
can anyone recommend any venues ... bands...shows in the comming week in brno (chec republic) or the surrounding areas?

x
tina
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#30 User is offline   Marlboro

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Ask me if you should come to Berlin...I tried to send you a message but my profile isn't complete =)
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Hi,

If you are coming to Italy I could show you my region alternative Rock & Electro panorama. I'm in Perugia (Umbria)

There are some clubs you shall visit over here :

Urban club, Norman , feedback , Skylab , loopcaf?? and some cultural association.

I lately listened a band called leitmotiv from Puglia (south of Italy). Give it a try!

I'm open to help you with your documentary with my knowledge.

Bye,

Fab
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Hi !!!

I found the most amazing tiny musical town in czech....Brno is the name.
The artist community is so eclectic and the music ... powerful, original, strange, addicting.
I have many stories to tell. Lots of mishaps on the road.
Will write more later!

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

hi tina,

i just saw your message, when i was posting mine. i thought, we might be able to work together somehow. we want to make a CS-Tour movie and you are an experienced on-the-road filmmaker. you can look up the message, if you like. 2 after yours.

cheers
Vessal
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#34 User is offline   Fliven

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:29 PM

Hello there Tina

Sounds like you have a great little project on the go there and should you ever find yourself in the UK. You should also check out Bristol.

Bristol can boast a great deal of home grown musical talent such as Tricky and Portishead, LTJ Bookham and Cut Copy just to mention a few as well as the current birth place of dubstep as well as a good local urban art scene and is also home to graffiti artists such as Banksy.

I work at a very special little musical venue called the cube. It's a community art house cinema/ music entertainments venue which is run entirely by volunteers of the artistic-musical-enthusiast type. It's not a place that is easy to find or on the map but is eclectically wonderful and an inspiration to keep the local music scene in the hands of the community- definitely not a sell out-check out the following website and reviews or google it, though it is not so easy to find info on..it likes to be underground!

www_remotegoat.co.uk/venue_view.php?uid=21521
www_microplex.cubecinema_com/cubewebsite/

..and if you want to come and check this or some of Bristol's other rich and diverse musical scene drop me a line.

and good luck with all the rest of your work Em : )
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