Entertainment Guide to some of the capital`s best events in February
February is the ideal time to get cool experience. With the concerts looming around the corner, for many, it’s the perfect chance to take a break from the daily job and immerse yourself in a whirlpool of great events. Read on to see our favorite picks for a pleasant evening.
3 February 2020 MICHAEL MALARKEY
At one time, Michael Malarki became famous thanks to the role of Enzo in the super-popular series The Vampire Diaries. However, the work of the talented Malarka is not limited to this - Michael has begun a successful career as a musician and has already begun to write a full-length album.
After the first studio release in 2017, the world saw EP Captain Solitaire. His confident poetry and openness to new ideas in the production of arrangements immediately captures from the first chords. The style of Malarka’s songs has deep roots in neo-traditional American folk music, while expressively speaking about a lump of emotions, the ambivalence of isolation in the modern world.
37 February 2020 BOB MOSES
A duet with Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance appeared on the Brooklyn underground scene in 2012. Early single releases on the Scissor & Thread electronic label led to a contract with Domino and the release of their debut album, Days Gone By, in late 2015.
Outstanding performances on The Ellen Show, Juno nominations, Grammy-winning performance and top Tearing Me Up track in the US Top 15 radio hits even further boosted the duo's success, and their new hits do not slow down its popularity! This evening you will be able to enjoy their performance!
11 February 2020 BMTH
The British rock band based in Sheffield, Yorkshire, starting in 2004 with a tooth-breaking deathcore, and over time, having gone through both metalcore and post-rock, their music came to its own unique sound. In July and November 2019, they released singles that sounded like a declaration of love to the good old deathcore traditions.
Bring Me The Horizon will play an hour and a half show at the Stereo Plaza as part of a world tour with the latest "amo" album.
13 February 2020 DANNY WORSNOP
This British musician joined Asking Alexandria in 2008. And in its composition released 4 full-fledged studio albums, 2 mini-collections, 1 remix album, as well as a short film. Daniel Worsnop collaborated with bands such as Breathe Carolina, I See Stars, Memphis May Fire, With One Last Breath. In addition, the singer began a solo career, releasing the album The Long Road Home in 2017.
Together with his guest guitarist, Danny will perform an updated acoustic program of songs by Asking Alexandria, as well as his own material.
23 February 2020 POUYA
His live is filled with explosive energy and steep flow, and his tracks are saturated with deep lyrics and steep bits. Now Pouya is preparing a deluxe version of the album "The South Got Something To Say" and also, the second part of a mixtape from Boobie Lootaveli.
The peculiarity of Pouya is independence from the label. But despite this, his work is noted by the Grammy and HYPEBEAST. And Post Malone, Juicy J with Three 6 Mafia, Anderson .Paak, Connan Mockasin and many others respect him and keep an eye on him!
27 February 2020 TOMMY CASH
The most popular rapper of the Baltic countries, which makes the listener numb from his songs. Imperturbable and eccentric. "The Dark Lord of His Own Postmodern Myths" according to the British magazine Q Magazine.
Cash is no longer a banter boy who shoots fun clips for the sake of. This is a serious artist who makes a product relevant for the industry, but with his own vision - strange, shocking, but which causes genuine interest. Everything is as it should be in contemporary art.