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EisbrecherFreilichtbühne Junge Garde, Dresden, Germany
26th September 2020
Eisbrecher - Live Open Air 2020

Rain and fire, freezing cold and heat, restrictions and outburst of freedom - what an amazing night it was on 26th of September in a beautiful amphitheatre of Junge Garde in Dresden. The first and the last show this year for EISBRECHER gave the audience emotions that I think everyone had been desperately seeking for. Months of isolation, dead festival season and overall hiatus in terms of music events made the night special for many reasons.

Peter Heppner Sparkassenpark, Mönchengladbach, Germany
17th September 2020
Peter Heppner - Beach Chair Concert

There are not many voices in this world that are so unique and immediately identifiable. Especially not among German singers. The two-time Echo award winner PETER HEPPNER undoubtedly owns one of these absolutely striking voices. As the singer of the band WOLFSHEIM, PETER HEPPNER already let his amazing voice sound.

Peter HeppnerKulturpark, Deutzen, Germany
4th to 5th September 2020
NCN 2020 Day 2 with Saigon Blue Rain, LizardPool, Ost+Front, Traum’er Leben, Rome (solo), Ad:Key, Empathy Test, TC75, In Strict Confidence, Orange Sector, Peter Heppner, Hekate

The second day greeted us with grey clouds and some line-up changes. COMO VENTO - the original opener of this festival day - had to cancel. Also KIEW could not make it due to the death of a family member. Instead Tino Claus, who already played with AMNISTIA, stepped in spontaneously with TC75.

k DSC02336Kulturpark, Deutzen, Germany
4th to 5th September 2020
NCN 2020 Day 1 with Palast, Amnistia, Adam Is A Girl, Kälte, Goethes Erben, Fïx8:Sëd8, Suicide Commando, Mila Mar

2020 is a truly challenging year, for everyone in its own way. The whole event sector has been hit particularly hard. And of course I’m not thinking “only” artists here. I think event organisers, promoters, sound and light technicians, stage hands, and, and, and… True, the pandemic is a very real threat and the cancellation of all “normal” concerts and festivals felt simply necessary and imperative to me. Yet, as a “concert junkie” like me, it hurts seeing all those cancellations. And it hurts even more understanding just how many people, who usually earn their money with realising what always has been so essential to me, are now at risk of bankruptcy. But then again, there are some people who really gave me hope because they tried to find other ways. Making live music possible while still keeping the risk of the virus spreading low.

Diary of DreamsParkbühne im Clara-Zetkin-Park, Leipzig, Germany
12th September 2020
Diary of Dreams - Open Air 2020

Melancholy on its constant search for harmony - Introducing a band like DIARY OF DREAMS to write a live review seems to me to be rather unnecessary after more than 25 successful years in the music business and the associated excellent reputation in the dark scene; everyone who knows this band knows about their achievements, created by none other than Adrian Hates - founder, singer and mastermind of the band, calling himself a creative pessimist.

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