School’s out and Summer’s here, so you know what that means: Festivals!
Out of the Woods opens their doors for the second year in exactly one month with an incredible line up including performances from Alt-J, Foals, Declan Mckenna, Phoenix, SOHN, and many more exciting acts! Get ready for an indie-filled weekend over the 20-22nd of July down at the Ottakringer Arena in Wiesen, Austria, proudly brought to you by Arcadia Live. Lets jam out together, hope to see you there!
For more information head to http://www.outofthewoods.at !
Photos by Miranda Jayne
Real Friends braved inclement weather and a tornado watch to bring pop punk to Downtown Orlando with their friends in Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside, and nothing,nowhere.
LIVE: Alternative band, American Authors, hit the stage for the first time in Vienna, at Flex on the 13th of May. Here are some photos of the show!
Photos by Miranda Jayne
Andrew McMahon is leading his Zombies in America tour from coast to coast in the USA, featuring incredible storytelling and songwriting from himself and openers Atlas Genius and Night Riots.
The tour is in support of McMahon’s latest solo album, Zombies on Broadway, which dropped back in February. Longtime fans can count on seeing some classics from Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate on the setlist.
Count on Australian band Atlas Genius to make you dance with their cover of Dead or Alive’s “You Spin Me Round” and fan-favorite originals like “Molecules.”
Orlando, Florida got to see the zombies in all their glory on April 22nd.
LIVE: Australian electro-dance group, Parcels, killed it at their sold out show in Vienna on the 30th of March, in the heat packed Rhiz! Performing alongside Private Agenda, this was a great way to end the month.
If you missed the show, don’t worry! You get a second chance to see the band live, as they are coming back to Vienna on November 25th, at Fluc! Continue reading
LIVE: After 12 years of waiting, Busted finally came back to Germany, taking a Cologne-based 18 year old singer/songwriter on the road with them. Elias Breit opened the evening, confidently playing some of his original songs in between covers of Ed Sheeran and Shawn Mendes. Entertaining the crowd with his Loop-station before saying goodbye and making room for Busted. With a new stage setup and filled with energy the three friends filled our hearts with nostalgia and new sounds, catapulting every fan in the sold-out venue back into their childhood and early teen years.
This week the world celebrated International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the amazing women who were (and are!) trail blazers in a world where being a woman isn’t always so easy. The music industry is typically a boy’s club, and it’s obvious when you look at a festival line up or go to a networking event. Because of this, organizations like Women in Music are important, and remind women in the industry they’re not the only ones who know the struggle of working in male-dominated offices, or working with almost exclusively male artists. This same sentiment is why Miranda and I started Euterpe, there just wasn’t enough of us.
In honor of International Women’s Day, I’ve made a list of some of my favorite ladies in music. Some of these artists go way back and were a huge part of my childhood, and others keep me hopeful about a place for women in the modern world.