LEISEGOLD in St Pauli
Coming to Protected content to hear LEISEGOLD will be a nice opportunity to meet in a cosy, special place whilst hearing good, original and fresh German music.
LEISEGOLD is best described as a brand new direction in the genres known as Dream Pop, Electronic Indie and Art Rock, opening a completely different dimension in German music scene. Everything began in a quiant town of Lüneburg from an acoustic guitar, an analog drum machine and a couple of life long musical ideas. One can inevitably hear the noticeable influences from the bands like Radiohead, Massive Attack and The Notwist, but in German language.
Leisegold consists of Stefan Leisegold (Vocals, Guitar) and Kristina Gelaziute (Bass Guitar, Synth/Beats, Vocals). The two have met in HH a year ago and since then the duo keeps on developing their own hypnotic sound to fit any sole ear.
The year of Protected content with the physical EP release "5", including the most notable five songs of the act (such as "Wie Weit" and "Erleben"). Besides, Leisegold is in the process of recording a new LP which will be finished by the beginning of the next year.
Protected content is located in a quiet street in the heart of St Pauli, probably the most traditional and well known quarter in Hamburg, with a long tradition as a recreation and amusement centre in the city.
The concerts at Chavis usually start rather punctually but you can join in later -no restrictions in that sense. This time it will be possible to reserve places, I promise! However, as it is a small place, please text me if you're gonna be late.
Please also take into account:
The café only take cash (no cards).
There is no entrance fee but musicians will pass-the-hat as they don't get any other payment.
Hope you can make it! See you there!!
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