As the city’s open-air venues close to escape from autumn’s cold breeze, Budapest’s indoor-club concerts promise a great lineup in the coming weeks. We recommend ten parties featuring fantastic music acts from September to November.
The music of Klaudia Gawlas captivates her audience, whether she’s throwing a concert for thousands at a music festival or just a few hundred in an underground club. Her sets are coupled with a tight pace and precise mixing technology, perfect for a classic techno party to end September with.
The South African rock band Seether recently visited Hungary, and now returns to Dürer Kert in the beginning of October as part of their European tour, performing their latest album titled “Poison the Parish”. Heavy guitar riffs and emotional melodies blend in their tunes.
The Hungarian audience is already familiar with Oliver Schories, especially followers of melodic deep house and atmospheric music. In the first days of October, he will be the guest star at AETHER.
It’s been two years since Fink last visited Budapest, when he had a great concert aboard the A38 Ship. Due to the gig’s popularity, his next performance will be held in the much larger Akvárium Klub, in mid-October. The local audience will be able to hear tracks from his latest album, titled “Resurgam”.
Austra begins its autumn concert tour with its album appreciated both by audiences and critics, titled “Future Politics”. The Canadian synthpop/dreampop formation is built around singer, keyboardist, and songwriter Katie Stelmanis, who last performed in Budapest three years ago.
Argentine DJ and producer Hernan Cattaneo is considered to be the Maradona of electronica. With more than three decades spent in the scene, he became his country’s most renowned electronic musician, whose music inspired new generations in e-music.
Having worked with legends like Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller is well-known among jazz enthusiasts. Now, he promises a show greater than ever before, and the songs of his new repertoire will fill the grand hall of Akvárium Klub this autumn, as well.
After a popular concert at A38 Ship three years ago, and a performance at Rockmaraton last year, the Australian rock band Airbourne returns to the stage of Barba Negra this autumn to perform new songs from their album titled “Breakin’ Outta Hell”, as well as some beloved classics.
The Black Lips
The Atlanta-based garage-rock quartet The Black Lips works with traditional elements of punk and rock’n’roll: deviance, self-destruction, and great music. When seeing them on stage, we should expect provocative theatrics that our parents definitely wouldn’t want us to see.
Holly Herndon is one of the most ambitious voices of today’s generation. Her music forms an invisible connection between dance music, pop music, and more academic genres. The American producer-singer will perform songs from her upcoming album, accompanied by a choir.