Anyone who hasn’t been able to get to know PIRX or the Dwelling Museum will soon have the chance in Regensburg: PIRX is going on a public tour and will play a concert with the support of dwell Museum, a band from Regensburg. Both groups convince with their style and with a lot of emotion.
The band PIRX, who are still relatively new but have already received a lot of media and critical acclaim, are on a release tour with their first player “Lamina” and will be guesting on Friday, November 25th at W1 . , the center for new culture in the city of Regensburg, at Weingasse 1. The residential museum of the formation Regensburg will be there as a special guest. The concert starts around 21:30, doors open at 20:30. Entrance costs 5 euros.
PIRX: Cool, powerful and comfortable
Nature pushes back into man’s comfort zone. The band PIRX reacts to this musically, looking for equivalents. It artistically reflects an age named after man’s impact on the environment. The musical implementation sounds powerful and rough, at the same time caressing, powerful and comfortable.
Musicians of Munich in Regensburg
PIRX was founded in 2019 by two geoscientists, musician Lina Seybold and musician Moritz Gamperl. As part of Munich legend candelilla, who have performed several impressive live shows at W1, Seybold was jointly responsible for the songwriting there. The trio is completed by drummer Sascha Saygin.
Residential Museum: Regensburg’s famous originals
The evening of the concert will be opened by the deceptively filigree, quiet, yet deeply moving music of the residential museum. Although it was the first time in this lineup on the stage of W1, the two members of the duo are quite familiar at home: Jennifer Schulte, for example, was on stage as an author in “Poetry in Motion” – a format. of the International Short Film Week in Regensburg. Her bandmate Klaus Kieswetter has already performed at W1 with Containerhead, Jenny Lund, 2 am coffee, Mexican Elvis and a host of other lineups and can therefore confidently be described as a regular at the Center for Culture. New.
For more information about the concert, please refer to W1’s online presence. In preparation you can hear both PIRX and the housing museum.
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Philipp Thurmaier and Thomas Westner