Rangleklods PL

Last week, on the 19. June 2014, the Polish fans of good music had a great pleasure to see Rangleklods’ concert in Poznań. The duo played at Plac Wolności as one of the acts performing a free show during Malta Festival.

Even though the day wasn’t the most warm and light one, the night became hot and shiny thanks to Rangleklods’ brilliant concert. The specific of the stage at Plac Wolności is that there are lots of big pillows and seats, so at the beginning most of the people were sitting down. But with each song played by Rangleklods, more and more listeners were getting up, dancing and having fun with the artists.

Rangleklods’ concert was a great live treat for fans of electronic music. The duo performed a bit “heavier” live versions of the songs from the debut album “Beekeeper”. “On Top”, “Enklave” (I love this song so much and this live performance of it was one of the best I have seen) and the closing number – “Young and Dumb” made Poznań’s people go wild! As well as the other songs. There were moments of slowing down – the entrance with “Control” created the right atmosphere and the outstanding performance of “Cough” caught the audience totally.

The energetic live set got a huge positive response and we could see that the band had a great evening, too. After such a nice welcome, we can only hope for a fast return of Rangleklods to Poland and to Poznań.

Good because Danish got a chance to chat with the duo after the gig. Watch the first part of this talk – about the Poznań show and Rangleklods’ “Polish experience” – below and look for more to come on the blog soon!

Check out the beautiful gallery from the concert at Malta Festival’s Facebook page HERE.

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