1000 years of Polish history in a haiku
It’s the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising and 75th anniversary of the beginning of WW2. On this occasion the Museum of Warsaw Uprising invites everybody for a very special concert: a number of carefully selected haiku poems, humorous and absurd but always witty will be accompanied qith live music played by Stanisław Sojka, a renowned Polish jazz pianist and vocalist.
Eric Shoves Them In His Pockets
Last year they’ve released their debut mini album, this autumn their full-length cd will be published by Thin Man Records, one of the most interesting Polish labels promoting alternative music. They say they didn’t want to be a rock band but, in a way, they are. They wanted to write sad songs, but they write happy ones. It may be hard to guess what to expect from their music so… let’s listen!
This Will Destroy You
Or will it not? TWDY are an American post-rock band started in 2005 in San Marcos, Texas. They already visited Poland 5 years ago gaining a lot of positive feedback and now are back for the only club concert in our country promoting their new (yet unreleased) album. Supporting TWDY will be American Lymbyc Systym and Polish Sounds Like The End Of The World. The gig will be held in one of the best alternative music venues in Warsaw, Hydrozagadka in Praga.
Wednesday is the music day. Choose from among music-illustrated haiku to post-rock American bands to Polish next-big-alt-rock-thing.