Budoár staré dámy – disturbing songs you can trust
The band was founded in 1998 and it is considered to be continuing the traditions of Brno alternative rock. The band’s style is easily recognized by the energetic female vocals, catchy melodies, poetic lyrics, and unusual inflections of Czech words. Marta Kovařová’s intuitive, sometimes fragile, sometimes brutal vocal language is salted onstage by the Marek Laudát’s guitar, portioned by the rhythmicity of drummer Petr Fučík and bass guitarist Tomáš Ergens. Their speech radiates with the joy of playing, the urgency of the content of songs is interspersed with light-hearted humour during breaks – you never know what you will find out. The singer and frontwoman of the band also presents her film The World According to My Dad as the director at the One World festival.
Marta Kovářová (née Svobodová) – vocals, guitar
Tomáš Ergens – bass guitar, vocals
Marek Laudát – guitar, vocals
Petr Fučík – drums, drum pads
The concert will take place on 5. 11., 21.00 in A4 – priestor súčasnej kultúry.
Absynt: Make Královec Czech Again!
A year ago, a series of calls for the Czech Republic to annexe Kaliningrad flashed around the Czech and Slovak social networks along with related images. There were discussions about the weather in the Královec (Kaliningrad) region, people were planning their holidays by the newly acquired Czech sea. The satire culminated in a happening in front of the …