Wiener Konzerthaus, 2016

Garish have been around for nearly two decades now (they are going to celebrate their 20-years-anniversary in 2017) and have always walked their own path. The four-piece band has never cared about trends, and while singing in German experienced some kind of revival in the last couple of years, Thomas Jarmer has always done so and even made the accordion his main instrument. Garish sound poetic and hymnic, unconventional but catchy and are especially well-loved for their intense live performances. At the grand show at Wiener Konzerthaus Garish are not only joined by bands like Alma, Cari Cari and Thees Uhlmann, but also by the audience that time and again sings along or even stomps to the songs.

Sarah Brugner
Alexander Korec
Michael Luger
Patrick Maurer
Martyna Trepczyk
Sound Recording
Thomas Pronai
Sound Mix
Johannes Maurer
Post production
Michael Luger
Thanks to
ink music
SKE Fonds

Wiener Konzerthaus

Opened in 1913 Wiener Konzerthaus has always been among the city’s most progressive and diverse musical institutions. The classy building – located just a stone’s throw away from famous Ringstraße and Karlsplatz – houses four concert halls with capacities ranging from 400 to 1800 people. The programming includes classical music (anything from orchestra concerts to solo performances), Jazz and World music, but also the occasional pop show of both acclaimed and upcoming bands.