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Glacials – Sweet Tooth Pink Wrist

Glacials are four boys and one girl, brought together by shared love, frustration, heroism & hedonism. Yes, they will fight amongst themselves, and from these seeds will bloom the cacophonous beats of rhythmic abandon, the wall & wash, dirge & pulse of strings, the glitch of technology crashing, the keening screech & wail of vocal chords pulled taut to breaking point.


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Howl with us!

From August 29th to August 31st we will welcome 250 of you to our annual music festival in Bralitz. Just like last year, it will take place in the wonderful remote area of eastern Brandenburg. It’s so far out in the wild that nature is taking back what – not too long ago – has been in human hands. If you believe it or not, even wolves are settling down again.

Last year we heard a story about a three legged wolf and… well, we liked the story so much that this wonderful creature will be an omnipresent character during this years festival. We will tell you his story soon enough. But until then, all we can say is: “Howl with us!“.

The Dark Colours Since 1685 – The Preacher don’t Care

Garage. Punk. Blues. These are the words that matter for Madrid based group The Dark Colours Since 1685. The four amigos started only a few years back in 2007 and as they say their tunes are full of “influencias de la psicodelia y el progresivo de los 60 y 70.” We hope “The Preacher don’t Care” will kick you as much as it kicked us! Oh, don’t forget to check out their MDCLXXXV 5 Track EP. We preach and we care!


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Q&A with The Dark Colours Since 1685


Songs from the Aaahhttic

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It is not exactly a well kept secret, that our Braaahhlitz festival sticks out as the tip of our personal iceberg. Meaning: Before the festival even starts, we invite the aaahh family to a weeklong workshop – a time to practise, of leisure and creation. This year we set up a tiny studio in the attic, where our beloved Nicolas Danger Falcon recorded a fine collection of songs. He appropriately called it Songs from the Aaahhttic. Here, have a listen.