WAVES VIENNA Preview – Bands to See – Part 3 – Saturday

(Photo (c) Tina Bauer)

Here’s the 3rd part of our 3 part WAVES VIENNA preview. Check out part one here, and part two here.

This is just our selection, please go to the WAVES website and check out the rest of the quality acts on offer if you can: wavesvienna.com/line-up/

P.s – if you’re looking for long-winded blah blah reviews of the bands, then go somewhere else. We’re letting the music do the talking with two sentences per band, maximum.  


Theodor Shitstorm
Saturday, September 29
6:15 pm-7:00 pm

WUK Beisl

Worth watching because of the name alone. The music is pretty damn good though too…


Fran Palermo
Saturday, September 29
6:30 pm-7:15 pm

WUK Halle

They have a shitload of band members according to press photos. Genre-hopping music that fuses indie, rock, latino beats and more.


DIVES
Saturday, September 29
6:45 pm-7:30 pm

Open Air Stage

They haven’t released a lot yet, but everything they’ve dropped so far has been excellent.


Kids N Cats
Saturday, September 29
7:45 pm-8:30 pm

WUK Halle

One of the most energetic sounding bands on the Austrian music scene right now. Have fun.


Ilgen-Nur
Saturday, September 29
8:00 pm-8:45 pm

Open Air Stage

Uncomplicated indie guitar music that hits the sweet spot, reeeeall good.


Grandfather’s House
Saturday, September 29
8:00 pm-8:45 pm

Aula

Blues-rock meets synth pop in all the right ways.


Mascha
Saturday, September 29
8:30 pm-9:15 pm

WUK Foyer

Mascha is a newcomer with a lot of promise if she continues to make music as she has so far.


Culk
Saturday, September 29
9:15 pm-10:00 pm
Deezer Next Stage

Band of the moment in Austria after the release of the awesome Begierde/Scham. No pressure or anything then…


Nabihah Iqbal
Saturday, September 29
9:30 pm-10:15 pm

Ottakringer Stage

If you like 80s British synth wave, then this is right up your street.


Vivin
Saturday, September 29
9:45 pm-10:30 pm

WUK Foyer

Only have one song to judge them on, but when that song is a catchy as this, then it’s enough.


Slenderbodies
Saturday, September 29
9:45 pm-10:30 pm

WUK Beisl

Try and find a sexier sound at this year’s festival than this from American duo Slenderbodies.


Pom Poko
Saturday, September 29
10:30 pm-11:15pm

Deezer Next Stage

These Norwegian punky poppers are being tipped as the next big thing in some circles. Well worth seeing what all the fuss is about.


Neuschnee
Saturday, September 29
11:15 pm-12:00 am

WUK Foyer

Political, poetic, socially critical. Neuschnee combine all three to make great music with style.


Pale Grey
Saturday, September 29
11:45 pm-12:30 am

Deezer Next Stage

‘Seasons’ was one of those tracks that instantly stayed with you. And the Belgian band has plenty more where that came from.


Love Good Fail
Saturday, September 29
12:45 am-1:30 am(Night of Sat. to Sun.)

WUK Foyer

End the festival with some intriguing art synth pop from Austrian trio Love Good Fail.


Listen to our playlist in full or check out the official Deezer playlist 


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