GbD recommends 650x60Ja Ja Ja Berlin November 2014

The concert series Ja Ja Ja arrived to Berlin two months ago and seems like it has found a new home. After the two sold out events – September’s Pre-Launch Party and October’s Ja Ja Ja Opening Night – “the shows must go on”.

The next edition of Ja Ja Ja Berlin will take place at the lovely venue FluxBau on 13. November. The organizers invited 3 unique Scandinavian acts to lighten up the evening with their music: Adna (SE), Team Me (NO) and Danish duo Cancer.

Such a great bunch of artists will definitely give the audience a night to remember! Adna’s charming, delicate songs, Team Me’s energetic music and the somewhat mysterious, fragile tunes from Cancer cover a wide range of styles and genres, showing that Nordic music is various and unlimited in reaching for different inspirations.

The Danish representants Cancer charmed us already after seeing them for the first time at Trailerpark Festival 2013. After getting into the first released single “Same Colour As Digital Photography” these feelings got stronger, just to turn into love after their great show at this year’s Roskilde Festival.

The duo Cancer, consisting of When Saints Go Machine’s Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild and Kristian Finne Kristensen (a.k.a. Chorus Grant), shows perfectly how many musical faces artists can have. We hope you will enjoy seeing their “Cancer-faces” in Berlin on 13. November.

The November concert is already sold out, so we encourage you to keep your eyes and ears open about the following edition of Ja Ja Ja Berlin – to not miss it!

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Ja Ja Ja Berlin
feat. Adna (SE), Team Me (NO) and Cancer
13.11.2014 – Berlin: FluxBau – Event on Facebook


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