December 8, Prague’s Akropolis Palace! All lovers of exceptional musical experiences should write down this date. In an intimate club environment, after seven years, Einstürzende Neubauten frontman Blixa Bargeld and the award-winning Italian composer and musician Teho Teardo, who, in addition to working with Girls Against Boys and Lydia Lunch, composed soundtracks for films by Paolo Sorrentino and Gabriel Salvatore, will present their joint project live here. Accompanied by cellist Laura Bisceglia, clarinetist Gabriele Coen and a string quartet, they will play compositions from previous joint albums as well as new compositions created since the last, hopelessly sold out, concert in our country. Tickets are available online Go Out. The concert is organized by the 10:15 Entertainment agency.
Fans of both great musical personalities and visionaries can expect some news towards the end of this year: an album will be released with a recording of the legendary concert from 2022 in Silent Green, an old crematorium in Berlin’s Wedding district. They are preparing a new, as yet untitled, EP – perhaps as a precursor to a new album. And they will also go on a European tour.
They promise that they will also play new compositions at the concerts – from the aforementioned EP, as well as the dark composition Bisogna Morire, known as Homo Figuit Velut Umbra (Man flees like a shadow), as well as the composition Starkregen, Rimangono (Stay remaining!) from the post-war of the time that arose before the covid pandemic, Dear Carlo, which Blixa Bargeld wrote thanks to a correspondence with an Italian astrophysicist on the subject of the nature of the universe, or Initial impressions look promising, which will show that the space between Blixa Bargeld’s voice, his lyrical world, and the complex arrangements of Tearda gained even more depth.
The collaboration between the two personalities began with the debut album Still Smilling from 2013 and continued in 2016 with the recording Nerissimo. Their music combines avant-garde with coziness, cacophony with melody, and language gaps with beauty.
Tickets are available online Go Out. More information at http://www.1015.cz/.