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Thursday, October 12th, 2017
7:00 PM
Ja Ja Ja returns to FluxBau on Thursday 12th October, bringing three thrilling new Nordic artists to Berlin!

We were thrilled to bits to jump back into action at September's Ja Ja Ja show with Tuvaband, The Holy and Wangel - and now we're all set to present another Ja Ja Ja show on Thursday 12th October!

Joining us at FluxBau will be Danish electronic pop starlet Soleima, Norwegian punk / power-pop outfit Death By Unga Bunga, and Swedish slick pop pioneer Frida Sundemo! We'll also be joined by Icelander Mr. Silla who'll be offering up a stellar inter-band soundtrack with a rare DJ appearance. So what are you waiting for?! Come on down to join us!
Tickets are on sale now, just €5 in advance for Ja Ja Ja members. Not a member yet? Then sign up (for free) to access exclusive ticket discounts, competitions, and to get your hands on free Ja Ja Ja goodies!

As always, we'll be back at our home of FluxBau, so come along early to enjoy the fading days of summer atop the Spree, before the artists take to the stage!
Tickets are on sale now, just €5 in advance for Ja Ja Ja members. Not a member yet? Then sign up (for free) to access exclusive ticket discounts, competitions, and to get your hands on free Ja Ja Ja goodies!

Thursday October 12th – 8:00pm ’til lateFluxBau, Pfuelstraße 5, BerlinFacebook Event

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About the artists:

Soleima has cast an enigmatic and hypnotic spell with the handful of tracks that she’s introduced over the course of the past year. ‘Breathe’, ‘Cracks’, ‘Wasted’ and ‘Once Was’ have presented an artist with a singular take on pop which is it once immediately engaging and fascinatingly off-kilter.
The Danish musician’s heady cocktail of pitch-shifted synths, R&B, future bass and an undercurrent of world music is already something quite apart from the pack, but her vocal – simultaneously otherworldly, childlike in its innocence and sweetly sensual – elevates her individualistic style to another level.
While her tracks are skewered heavily towards the kind of modernist pop in which easy genre classifications lie just out of reach, Soleima’s own story is similarly unconventional. Raised in Aarhus, a city on the Jutland peninsula, Soleima grew up in a family home soundtracked by classic soul and R&B, notably Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Otis Redding. Her subsequent gateway into the world of The Beatles came with ‘I’m Only Sleeping’, a song particularly notable for George Harrison’s pioneering reversed guitar solo.

Death By Unga Bunga (DBUB) are five guys from Moss, the garage rock capital of Norway, and just like in fairytales formed with lead singer Sebastian Ulstad Olsen holding auditions in his own garage. Since then DBUB have restlessly visited town after town, village after village spreading their energetic mix of garage, psychedelia and power pop to an increasingly bigger audience. Seeing them live an experience you•ll never forget, an experience that•s best described as being hit by a rock'n'roll tornado.

With their fourth album in five years, Pineapple Pizza, DBUB have created an effortless and infectious continuation of the group•s love for quality music from the 60s, 70s and 00s. Artists like 13th Floor Elevators, The Mummies (who named them), Cheap Trick, Twin Peaks, Sheer Mag, Iron Maiden, Ramones and The Byrds at their most colourful. Death by Unga Bunga are combining the best from our musical heritage, adding a timeless energy, and mixing it into a strong contemporary form of expression.


In between hope and despair stands Frida Sundemo. Wrapped in echoes and surrounded by pattering synths, the exquisite alt-pop songstress channels wide-eyed beauty and desolate melancholy with each spellbinding note and delicate breath, with each and every heartbeat.

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