It is no longer a secret that the 80s are experiencing a revival. Kraków Loves Adana and Sofia Portanet will present their Synth and Wave Pop, whereas Pabst and Holygram will rock the stage with a mix of Post-Punk and Krautrock – and maybe some new wave, too.
Friends of softer music can take in the neoclassic acts Kai Schumacher and Kaiser Quartett, as well as composer and guitarist Martyn Heyne. Also quieter but somewhat different will be the minimalist Electro Folk of Wolf & Moon.
After showcasing at Eurosonic 2018, AU/RA will return to Groningen as a nominee for the Music Moves Europe Talent Award 2020.
Initiative Musik is Germany’s music export office, supporting rock, pop and jazz music. Our main goals include the promotion of young musical talent, the integration of musicians with immigrant backgrounds, and the dissemination of German music to foreign markets. We also bolster music venues that significantly contribute to maintaining cultural diversity in Germany. As German partner of the European Talent Exchange Programme (ETEP) and through its own Tour Support Funding, Initiative Musik supports the German acts showcasing at Eurosonic since 2010.