Photo collage: On the left, a pale, brown-haired woman in a thin black dress against a deep red sky. On the right, a white man with short-shaven hair and an elaborately patterned shirt in front of a fountain with greenish figures.
© Corinne Schiavone / Julian Huelser
Photo collage: On the left, a pale, brown-haired woman in a thin black dress against a deep red sky. On the right, a white man with short-shaven hair and an elaborately patterned shirt in front of a fountain with greenish figures.
© Corinne Schiavone / Julian Huelser

Marie Davidson / Konstantin Unwohl

Double Concert

Advanced club music reimagined as captivating contemporary pop for dance floors.

Tickets:

22 Euro (50% conc. with Festivalkarte)

Dates

Sunday

8/11/24

8:00 PM

Tickets

From the spirit of techno, French-Canadian musician Marie Davidson has created a groundbreaking body of work that spans from chanson to Italo disco to icy four-to-the-floor bangers, with her hauntingly minimalist spoken vocals at the center. The labels she released on under her own name, as part of the duo Essaie Pas or most recently with the trio L'Œil Nu, read like a who's who of advanced pop culture, including Constellation, DFA, and Ninja Tune. After touring major festivals and clubs (with correspondingly long queues), the artist, who has made a significant impact on pop culture, is now set to perform at Summer Festival for an evening that promises to be memorable. Prior to this, Konstantin Unwohl will celebrate the release of his second album "Neuer Wall" (Tapete Records). The Hamburg based musician has been working on it for four years, and it would have to be the devil's work if this blend of minimalist darkwave and contemporary synth-pop doesn't become the next big thing. With light-footed melodies and compelling beats from Unwohl's array of synthesizers, drum machines, and samplers, he crafts a dark, shimmering world in which also Marie Davidson will find solace.

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