Tickets CLOUDSURFERS (garage-fuzz-punk, nl), & RYL (garage, bln)! in Berlin
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Tickets für CLOUDSURFERS (garage-fuzz-punk, nl) & RYL (garage, bln)! 27.07.24 in Berlin, Schokoladen

Samstag 27.07.24
Einlass: 19:00 Uhr, Beginn: 20:00 Uhr
Schokoladen, Ackerstraße 169, 10115 Berlin

Tickets – CLOUDSURFERS (garage-fuzz-punk, nl) Berlin

Stehplatz11,92 € 


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CLOUDSURFERS / garage-rock / fuzz-punk, nl
cloudsurfersgarage.bandcamp.com / instagram.com/cloudsurfersmusic

& RYL / garage, bln
ryl-music.bandcamp.com / instagram.com/ryldudes

at Schokoladen. doors 19 uhr, concert starts 20 uhr. pre-sale tickets available --> vvk.link/3a0y8a8 

& after 22h:
w/ DJs Alienshe & Hunkydory spinning punk post-punk 80s new wave garage ... 

CLOUDSURFERS’ mutant strand of garage punk, post-grunge and psychedelic rock rolls with the glee of a bunch of death-defying storm chasers. One moment their songs swarm at the heart of the breakneck G-forces, the next they’re ghostriding the expressway to hook-laden alt-pop nirvana.

Cloudsurfers’ second album Subhuman Essence is a daredevil attempt to match the group’s boisterous stage hijinks on record. Furthermore, it captures a band urgently familiarizing themselves with one another. The band’s debut LP Don’t Know What Hit Me largely accommodated singer/guitarist Thom Liesting’s expressive songwriting; this time around, the group had a larger puzzle to solve. For one, there was the challenge of having the group's two heavy-hitting hombres – Nanne Hatzman and Ramses Hooymeijer – playing off each other’s strengths.

Furthermore, the album perfectly encapsulates Cloudsurfers’ rapidly developing chemistry, especially between guitarist Pieter Sloot’s cerebral composing chops and Liesting’s reality-bending chronicles of misadventure. Bassist Jess van der Zee, meanwhile, is the ultimate tether that keeps all the erratic rhythms and melodies from spiraling into a hodgepodge of noise, discharging guttural heavy-melodic slabs with a perpetually awestruck smile on her face.

To mix Subhuman Essence, Cloudsurfers approached producer Michael Badger, who previously worked with Amyl & The Sniffers and SONS, and twiddled the knobs for King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s totemic Nonagon Infinity. The latter album has been one of the defining records that shaped Cloudsurfers’ own formative years, so as far as full circle moments go, that would be an F5 tornado-sized one. As a band at the glorious up rush of their creative powers, Cloudsurfers are off to chase the next storm up ahead, weathering rain and thunder and hitching rides on top. If they happen to crash through a town near you, best get into the pocket.


Coming from different musical backgrounds, RYL discovered that the new wave Garage Music à la FIDALR, Bass Drum Of Death, Ty Segall, The Orwells, etc. is the perfect mixture for everyone in the band. Still with their evergreen idols in their heads - ranging from old Punk like The Shocks, legends like Ramones to stadium Rock like Foo Fighters - this band distills it down to a catchy melody, energy driven guitars, a crispy bass and drums that pound like a freight train.

After finding together in 2015 they self-recorded and —released their first EP No Milk, No Fun in June 2016. Sold on self painted CD’s it doesn’t promise anything it can’t deliver: raw, energetic and still catchy six songs.

In 2018 they released their four track EP Skeletons (tape, Rood Woof Records) in March and another four tracks on the split LP Cape Carnage (vinyl, Rood Woof Records) with the Berlin Garage/Psych Rock Band Father Midnight in July.

Their energy driven live performance got them to support bands like Oh Sees, White Fang and Frankie and the Witchfingers.