Thu, 08 Dec|
Minami Deutsch (JAP) SOLD OUT!
Japanese Krautrock band Minami Deutsch will make their debut in Melbourne this December as part of their appearance at Meredith Festival. The group will play their only show outside of the festival at Bendigo Hotel in Collingwood on Thursday December 8th with support from Brown Spirits and VOIDPILOT
Time & Location
08 Dec 2022, 7:00 pm
Collingwood, 125 Johnston St, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
About the event
Formed by Kyotaro Miula in 2014, they got their start playing live music on the busy streets of Tokyo. This lead to their participation in Krautrock Night, a party hosted by Tokyo Psych Fest, and later a tour of Taiwan. In September, 2015, they released their first record through the English cult label Cardinal Fuzz Records.
At the same time, Minami Deutsch also released their album on cassette/digital-download through Kikagaku Moyos label Guruguru Brain.
This release received a lot of positive attention from review sites around the world such as Echoes and Dust and Psychedelic Baby Magazine, along with many blogs and Japanese based music websites as well.
In 2016, the band endeavoured on their first European tour which landed them a slot on the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia.
In September 2016, Minami Deutsch did their first European Tour and played at Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia.
In February 2017, their first album was released as CD from German psych label Suratron Records, which is run by Electric Moon. In the summer of the year, the band played 40 shows tour in Europe and played at Desertfest Belgium.
In 20th of April 2018, they released their 2nd album with Dim Light. The album was premiered by an American music media, Aquarium Drunkard, and Pitchfork reviewed it as Krautrock, psychedelia, and a DJ’s flair for track sequencing come together on an album that proves this Tokyo trio is more than just a revival act.
In May 2018, the split with kuro was released from God Unknown Records in UK, and they played at famous Roadburn Festival for 2 days. In one of the shows there, they shared the stage with Damo Suzuki, a former vocalist of legendary Krautrock band, CAN.
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