Sendelica, The Fërtility Cült, J Kill & Mr Mule @ Semifinal

27. April 2017, Semifinal, Helsinki
Was it this nasty April weather or the upcoming legendary-orgiastic Vappu weekend that kept Finns rather inside their own 4 walls to preserve their strength? It should be one of those Thursdays providing a very intimate Club setting for eclectic music aficionados.
First up were J Kill & Mr Mule, filling in for ?Verity, who created a psychedelic, slightly doomy atmosphere.  Basically this Finnish instrumental trio performed one 30min Song.  Bandwebsite
Surprisingly I should have no problems to capture photos of The Fërtility Cült as they rather focused on their calm material of their 4-album back catalogue. At first, because they put on more speed and Rock energy during the show. Once again a great gig featuring an instrument that admittedly is not my first choice for Prog Rock with Alternative elements … anyway, a great band. Bandwebsite
The headliner Sendelica delivered more proof that a saxophone can indeed rock, even in an Alternative-Prog-Psychedelic instrumental band. Very professional and highly focused, fully dedicated to their art, the four guys from UK put their audience into a cheerful trance almost immediately. Despite all this complexity there was plenty of Rock punch, well, no wonder when you have “Wolverine” on drums… I can only recommend to put all the bands mentioned on a “Must-See” list.  Bandwebsite

Photo: Klaudia Weber – and HERE you can find the photo gallery

Klaudia Weber

Klaudia Weber

reckless and merciless dictator, so KNEEL! In other words, editor-in-chief, translator, website and ad admin, "Jane of all trades" - - - addicted to books (everything between Lord Of The Rings & quantum physics) and music, mainly Metal made in Finland. Furthermore, there's painting, drawing, movies, theater... so you can expect some variety on this website too. MA Master of Arts, English and American studies & Media communication = completed two full studies parallel within 5 years; very proud of my achievement - a bit later in life thanks to a scholarship - as a working class girl in a highlyconservative-romancatholic nation...

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