Ja Ja Ja is gearing up after a nice summer break to kick off a brand new season of shows, bringing the finest new Nordic artists to you on a monthly basis! On September 7th Finnish outfit The Holy, hypnotic Norwegian duo Tuvaband and electronic pop proposition Wangel from Copenhagen will hit the FluxBau stage. Come along early to enjoy the fading days of summer atop the Spree, before the artists take to the stage.
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The Holy (FI)
Wangel is a collaboration between Peter Wangel and producer Kasper Ejlerskov Leonhardt. They have, since 2015, built a strong musical colab with two album releases and two sold out concerts at VEGA, amongst others, on their resume. They are now ready with a follow up in the pop electronic universe we know, that revolves around Peters characteristic, low voice and Kaspers spherical sound. Wangels new album “Reasons” is out on September 1st via Playground Music.
Tuvaband is the creation of Norwegian songwriter Tuva Hellum Marschauser and British musician Simon Would. In late 2016 they were ready to share their music with the world, and the band self-released their debut double A-side single “Unknown / Running”. The songs received international recognition, along with well over 4 million streams via Spotify in the first 4 months. 2017 has seen their first trip to the US, at SXSW, as well as festivals in Norway and the U.K. The duo finish the year with a brand new full length EP. Their unique sound blends lo-fi production, reverb-drenched guitars and catchy vocal layering, it’s easy to see how the band gained so much momentum from their first two songs.
In the summer of 2014 two guys were watching the FIFA World Cup final drunk. During the match they came up with the idea to put together a band. Two hours later there were five members in the band, and the first demo was ready. That is how The Holy came to be.The band was founded on desire to make humongous, noisy songs and to create magnificently large soundscapes with the help of two drummers and a whole lot of roaring guitars.