Things to see and do – 14 – 20.10

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Another wonderful week of autumn fun in Vienna with copious amounts of musical indulgence to be had. Here are our recommendations for the week.
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WannaPlayVienna.at mit LXXTM @B72- 15.10

The monthly stage for all things new and unsigned takes over B72 once again, this time with LXXTM
If you are looking for something with a little more international flavour then The Thermals might well warm your mitts.  The band from Portland continue their European tour by stopping by at Flex to play the many classics they have been collecting since 2002.
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WASHED OUT  @Flex – 16.10

Flex is the place to be on Wednesday night as well as Ernest Greene aka Washed Out brings his dreamy mix of electro shoegaze to Vienna with a live performance. Washed Out’s 2nd album Paracosm has built on the excellent Within and Without and fans will be sure to get their fix of the good stuff
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Clara Luzia @Radiokulturhaus – 17.10

Clara Luzia is now a household name for anyone who listens to decent radio stations and enjoys good music. The singer/songwriter has been banging out albums left right and centre since her first release in 2006 and they keep getting better. Gigs in the Radiokulturhaus are always very special.
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Fräulein Hona @B72 – 19.10

We mentioned this band a while ago and they will be celebrating the release of their debut album “The ground beneath our feet” with a free gig at Rhiz on Saturday night. Fräulein Hona should be well worth a look for fans of harmonious, beautiful music.
If you’re looking for something a little more gritty on Saturday night then Fluc may be the answer as Cheree Cheree invites Bruch and Dazed Pilots to the stage. There will also be a film screening of AUTONOMY AND DELIBERATION. All of this for just a small donation.
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LIFETIME + REICH & FÖHN present INDIAN JEWELRY // WANKFUCKS @Rhiz – 20.10

Many people have a love/hate relationship with Sunday night gigs. If you have enough energy left over from the weekend then this one should be checked out. Houston’s Indian Jewelry describe themselves as a
“glam fallout. Free boogie. A star giving birth to a rat. A rat giving birth to a rainbow”,
sounds like good stuff to us. Don’t believe us? Then listen below.
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If you think we have missed anything or want to tell us about your band/event/party/Rick James tribute night then send us an email at substanceismeaningless@gmail.com or on Facebook

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