Concert / Electro kraut & Shoegaze Daily Vacation + Raftside

Congés Annulés 
© photo 1: Raftside / photo 2: Daily Vacation
Congés Annulés 

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Local heroes never disappoint and we’ll prove it once more with this double bill!

Daily Vacation emerged in 2011 as a three-piece band from Ralph Zeimet’s darker electro-rock project Fracture thanks to the influence of long-term collaborators Sébastien Laas (Cyclorama) and Mike Tock (Metro). Heavily inspired by the bright and positive vibes of the early 2010’s chill and synth-wave movements, Daily Vacation have always played with the contrasts between raw and energetic DIY garage rock, endlessly layered moody ambient sequences and somewhat cliché imagery of escapism: beaches, palm trees and piña coladas. Spot on for the Congés Annulés!

Daily Vacation — Over the tide

Raftside is the solo project of visual artist and composer Filip Markiewicz. Mainly influenced by alternative pop music, Raftside is a hybrid mix of songwriting and electro, but above all an experimental playground between visual art and music. His latest album / visual concept Ultrasocial Pop is heavily inspired by 70s krautrock, 80s new wave, 90s breakbeat and recent events.

Raftside — Instant Comedy (Official Video)