Our concert report on the

BlattTurbo band night

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It's January. Just like many of you, we said goodbye to the old year with a huge bang and that, with full anticipation for the next upcoming releases as well as concerts. We have a lot planned for this year and we will tell you more about it soon! An event that is especially close to our hearts and which is firmly anchored in our schedule, are the LeafTurbo band evenings. With the sixth BlattTurbo band night welcomed the eponymous magazine, the new decade and in the best underground manner. Loud, unadorned music and an always good-humored audience what more do you need on a Saturday night. We have already reported to you several times about the event and today we would like to go a little more into it,

what makes these evenings so special. A special feature of the BlattTurbo band evenings is certainly the diversity... so it is not uncommon that on such an evening four bands from quite different underground genres come together and still celebrate together a huge party. Also the personal contact, which arises between fans and bands over a beer or two, makes the event something really special. Also on this special band night, which was now in its sixth year, four bands from different genres of music from rock, punk, metal to hardcore performed and thus also delivered the right sound for every audience member. Starting with Far From Akhaia launched BlattTurbo into the evening. A bit more reserved at first, the guys played themselves in from song to song and quickly attracted one or the other

Drummer of the band Am Limit

spectators near the stage. With passion and a lot of emotions you can see the fun the guys have on stage. Although the stage in the monastery courtyard is quite spacious, it could have been a bit bigger for Far from Akhaia (that's how the guys swirled around it). If we had to classify the style of the guys, we would title it as alternative, progressive hardcore (although alternative somehow sounds like a stopgap ;)). What is interesting is the composition and what the band makes out of it. The temperament of the lead singer, who comes from Greece, paired with the Rhenish cheerfulness of the band, which comes from Cologne, already brings a special atmosphere to the start. The band more than proved itself as openers this evening and duly kicked off the evening. With Illusive was shortly thereafter also already the

the second band of the evening on stage and provided from the beginning for powerful atmosphere. With a mixture of ska, punk rock and embedded in a sound of the 90s, it had a little nostalgic but still with a modern touch. It was a bit like Anthony Kiedis performing a bit of Green Day with Blink 182 (and we don't mean that in a negative way). Illusive was our absolute highlight of the evening. Not only musically, but also and especially because of their stage presence you should definitely check them out (here one more reason). We especially liked their song "Tomorrow", which is about the fact that you can't predict what tomorrow will bring. Illusive, a band from which we will certainly hear more in the near future! The third band in the group is called Ice Cream At The Alligator Park. The young band from the Cologne area

plays the finest alternative rock and has been doing so for almost five years. With a lot of energy and a lot of charm Ice Cream At The Alligator Park bring a sound that immediately makes you think of summer, beach evenings.... and freedom. Their sound is fresh, relaxed and definitely makes you want more. On stage, the five-member band shows itself very varied and authentic. To the appearance they had brought from ballads, to blues to rock both slow, soft pieces to fast, hard rock songs a repertoire that had to offer something for everyone. Singer Mark was literally singing himself into ecstasy from song to song. The harmony that singer and band brought to the stage was really remarkable. Ice Cream At The Alligator Park heated up the audience and definitely left a lasting impression on us. The

The guys from Am Limit were the final act of a great band evening. We had already met the band at the last Escalate Festival and were even more excited to see the guys again today. Am Limit, that means Punk Rock and the guys stand for pure party. In their lyrics, the band also pursues serious topics. In their songs they usually process their own experiences and pack them into a natural, very characteristic "uneven" sound. Also on this evening, Am Limit brought the Klosterhof to tremble. With their own songs but also classics (newly interpreted), they celebrated together with the crowd an exuberant evening, which was rewarded by the band with one or the other "knocker" (liquor bottle) for the audience. Especially remembered by us is their performance with singer Laura from Mieses Karma with

At the limit with Otte from BlattTurbo

They performed the song "Bonnie & Clyde" together. The atmosphere was good, the band in their element and the audience pogoing. That's how we imagine a successful band evening and that stirs up the anticipation for the next band evening. My Immortals "save the date!" The next BlattTurbo band evening will take place on 07.03.2020. Be there and do not miss it! This is how we imagine a successful band evening and this immediately stokes the anticipation for the next band evening. My Immortals "save the date!" The next BlattTurbo band evening, will take place on 07.03.2020. Be there and do not miss it!

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