5.2.2016 by Milia Wallenius
A wide range of Finnish musicians and bands are visiting Denmark this spring. Have a look! This list will be updated, so stay tuned.
On February 11th Finnish/Chilean Duo Naranjo-Weurlander is preforming at Klaverfabrikken Live in Hillerød. The duo was brought together by their shared love for Tango Nuevo. Minna Weurlander represents the Finnish tradition of harmonica and tango. Tania Naranjo is an established Chilean pianist and singer. Together they combine two different cultures into a shared musical experience, that has been described as dramatic, playful, romantic and melancholic, pure and simple.
On March the 5th electronic rock band K-X-P from Helsinki will preform at Musik Loppen in Copenhagen. In their music they mix electronics, kraut, noise, synthpop, postpunk and even techno to create their unique from of esoteric space rock. The band is noted for an intense live performance featuring costumes, audience interaction and experimentation with different instruments. You do not want to miss this!
Also on March the 5th, Amorphis will play at Amager Bio. Since founded in 1990 the Finnish heavy metal band has won international renown. The band is known for mixing traditional heavy, death and doom metal with folk, progressive and psychedelic elements. After the concert in Copenhagen, Amorphis will continue to Aarhus, where you have the chance to see them on March the 14th at Voxhall.
March the 11th brings Finland’s legendary glam rocker Michael Monroe to High Voltage in Copenhagen. As the front figure of 80s glam rock band Hanoi Rocks, he has brought a great deal of inspiration to bands like Guns N’ Roses and Mötley Crüe. The venue describes the up coming concert as the biggest and most important booking so far. This concert will be a perfect opportunity to experience, what has been described as, some of the best glam punk and sleaze metal ever made.
March the 22nd brings psychedelic folk rock band Hexvessel to BETA in Copenhagen. Their music is inspired by folklore and paganism and their sound is an interesting mix of elements of metal, folk and psychedelic rock from the 1970s. Their concert at BETA will be a great chance to experience the enchanted Finnish forest at a concert venue.
On April the 7th metal band Ensiferum from Helsinki will take over Amager Bio in Copenhagen. Ensiferum is still going strong after being part of the European metal scene for almost 20 years. They describe their music as melodic folk metal with lyrical themes related to fantastical or historic stories and Nordic mythologies.