For the second year running Pumpehuset will open its own beautiful, green, sheltered city garden of delights. This time we’ve made it even more alluring than last year’s, with more cozy seating, lush green surroundings, and the real feeling of being tucked away from all the city’s traffic.
Byhaven is open all Summer, when we’ll be teaming up with our best musical friends for an amazing program of open-air concerts. The garden is open from Wednesday to Saturday, and there will be plenty of time to socialise, work on exams, play fussball, and have picnics and barbecues.
There are enough seats for everyone, a great summer vibe, free wi-fi and coffee in the pot. Feel free to bring barbecues and picnic baskets, then buy your drinks at the bar - that’s how we pay our artists.
Skinny Violet is Copenhagen's new trashy garage rock duo. They play straight up, lo-fi garage rock with unambiguous vocals and a little 90s flair thrown in. Skinny Violet got together just a few months ago to share their song ‘Just the Same’. Just a week after the noisy duo had their first gig, Skinny Violet were invited to play on P6 BEAT for the first time.
The band is made up of the experienced Danish rock forces of drummer Ulf Hove (Machine) and sassy singer and guitarist Amalie Kruse (Taras).
Machinery of Joy
Machinery of Joy are predominantly inspired by experimental kraut rock, but they keep a constant focus on melodic tunes. Lead singer Laura Noszczyk alternates between low notes and floating, bright vocal pieces, meeting both the sea and sky throughout with her voice. Machinery of Joy experiment both with sounds and effects to hold the listener's attention. It's hard to categorize Machinery of Joy, although they generally experiment and mix genres such as as dark psychedelia, electronic, drone and shoegaze. The atmospheric expression from previous bands like Decorate Decorate and Yellowish are undeniable, but a far more uncompromising expression makes them one of the more unique bands from Denmark.