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Kulturfabrik, Krefeld, Germany
5th May 2005
Client and Equatronic

Ascension Day Afternoon. I still had a slight hangover from the party the night before. But that couldn´t keep me away from driving nearly 150km from Münster to Krefeld to see the British pop duo client. They were supported by the German band Equatronic. Even though this band is now more than a decade active I´ve never heard anything of them before. But I was told that they make synth pop stuff. So I was sure it would fit quite well to Client with their 80s influenced kinky synth music. The concert again took place in the small club of the Kulturfabrik... promising an intimate concert close to the band.

Tivoli, Utrecht, The Netherlands
April 28th 2005
Paradise Lost, Orphaned Land and Society 1

Due to the late arrival of a sound engineer the show started an hour too late. In the mean time quite a row had formed in the hall of Tivoli, it was very warm. Then finally the doors opened and all could go in. The first band started quickly and the show was on the road. The opening acts were only known to a few members in the audience but the response to both bands was good. Even tough the hall was full, the venue was not packed, the balcony wasn’t open, some 700 tickets were sold.

asp1.jpgKramladen, Kaiserslautern, Germany
22nd April 2005
ASP and Nuuk

I drove to Kaiserslautern without knowing what to expect there. So far, I didn´t know neither the Kramladen nor Nuuk or ASP live. So I could look forward to a lot of news for me. Arrived in Kaiserslautern I hit the road to get to the Kramladen wich is a small club among the campus of Kaiserslauterns university. Arrived at the campus I followed several black goth´s until I arrived at an closed door together with 50 other waiting people.

gug_intro.jpgKulturfabrik, Krefeld, Germany
28th April 2005
Girls under Glass, The Fair Sex

I´ve seen this combination - The Fair Sex and Girls under Glass - several years before together in the Odeon in Münster. It was a great concert and so I was looking very much forward to see these two bands together again. You cannot say that there was a main act and a support band this evening. Both bands were somehow the headliners and played equally long. The concert took place in the small club of the Kulturfabrik in Krefeld, one of my most visited and favourite concert locations.

ptb_intro.jpgZwischenfall, Bochum, Germany
29th April 2005
Pink Turns Blue

With phantasmagoric beautiful Wave songs, Pink Turns Blue enchanted their listeners in the 80s and at the beginning of the 90s. This gloomy but immense soulful German Wave band, which was writing very gentle to desperate songs first of all at the beginning, could satisfy especially with the first both albums. In the 90s the band split up and it came to a very long break. In 2003 they gave a re-union concert during the "Wave Gotik Treffen" and now the new CD "Phoenix" has been released.

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