Polish jazz tycoon in an ultra-modern Culture House
Wojciech Karolak is a living classic of Polish jazz music. He plays Hammond organ and will be accompanied by his quartet on this Wednesday concert at Służewski Dom Kultury. Which, by the way, is a place (slightly away fom downtown) that is totally worth seeing: a government institution to locally promote culture, it has a new set of buildings designed by architects from 137kilo and WWAA and it keeps winning awards for its minimalist, Scandinavian-like architecture.
Marissa Nadler at Pardon, To Tu
Marissa Nadler, Boston dream-folk singer, comes to Warsaw for her only gig in Poland to promote her new album, ‘July’, surprisingly released in February:) Nadler’s music is characterized by her delicate, soothing voice and intriguing lyrics. This is how Bella Union, the label who published the album, describe it: ‘it floats freely in the pop cosmos somewhere between gauzy shoegaze, unvarnished folk, and perhaps even a hint of metal’s doom-and-gloom spirit.’
TYCHO at Basen
TYCHO, a once-solo project of San Francisko-based producer Scott Hansen, has now turned into a 3-piece touring band and tomorrow you can see them live at Basen, a club literally based in an old YMCA swimming pool, performing songs from their new album ‘Awake’. If a mix of ambient atmosphere, guitars and electronic beats is what you feel like on a Wednesday night, don’t miss TYCHO!
Music should be your radar for #Wednesday in #Warsaw. Three completely different gigs to choose from!