Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming week in Warsaw:

WEDNESDAY, 1 February
#CONCERT
Tribute to Silent Genius

2016 has been as if millions of voices of fans suddenly cried out in terror and then were silenced, because the death of an icon. And even many icons of modern cultured have passed, their genius still lives on in their art. This concert is a tribute to some of the greatest who have left us in the last few years.

Where: Klub Harenda (click to open map)
When: Wednesday, 1 February, 20:00
How much: 30 PLN
Details: click here
TUESDAY, 31 January
#CONCERT
Touche Amore

Los Angeles post-hardcore quintet Touché Amoré has come back to Warsaw after four years of absence, to promote Stage Four their newest and most personal album. They tap into a ferociously effective sound: mournful atmosphere, plodding rhythms, angsty screams, and very direct lyrics. Remember to buy the ticket BEFORE the concert!

Where: Klub Hydrozagadka (click to open map)
When: Tuesday, 31 January, 19:00
How much: 65 PLN
Details: click here
THURSDAY, 2 February
#CONCERT
Infinite Bisous

Infinite Bisous, whose real name is Rory McCarthy, has been known as a session multiinstrumentalist who has played with many major stars, has come to Warsaw with his solo project. So if you're into lo-fi, funk-infused, semi-psychedelic music, here's a very interesting way to spend your Thursday evening!

Where: Cafe Kulturalna, Palace of Culture and Science (click to open map)
When: Thursday, 2 February, 21:30
How much: 25 PLN
Details: click here
WEDNESDAY, 1 February
#CONCERT
MOTHER URAÑO

MOTHER URAÑO is an experimental band made up of two duets from Copenhagen: I love my Mother and Uraño. Both bands are known for their original approach to sound and space in improvisation, where they combine electronic and acoustic sounds in a fresh and creative way.

Where: Mózg, Jana Zamoyskiego 20 (click to open map)
When: Wednesday, 1 February, 20:30
How much: 20 PLN
Details: click here
MONDAY, 30 January
#CONCERT
Stoner Rock

Stoner rock is a musical genre which combines elements of heavy metal, psychedelic rock, acid rock, doom metal, and blues rock. It is typically slow-to-mid tempo and features a heavily distorted, groove laden bass-heavy sound, melodic vocals, and "retro" production. The concert gives you a chance to listen to some of the top representatives of the genre in central-eastern Europe. If you like groovy, heavy guitar riffs, that's where you should be Monday evening.

Where: Klub Hydrozagadka (click to open map)
When: Monday, 30 January, 19:30
How much: 40PLN/50PLN
Details: click here