Have you ever heard of the legendary underground art-club Ro-Ro in Narva? If not, do not despair: the club brings a special programme to Tallinn Music Week festival that serves as a teaser to the music festival Station Narva that comes to Narva in September.
So come to the Station Narva & Art Club Ro-Ro stage at Sveta Bar (Telliskivi 62) on Saturday, April 7 and meet young (and not so young) ambassadors of Russian underground.
Young rapper MC Propazha from Narva is quite famous in the Estonian hip-hop community. At 7:30 p.m. he will open the concert with his experimental compositions.
Alternative electro-rock will follow thereafter. At 8:25 p.m. you can listen to the new songs of the experimental project AveNova. Sounds familiar? It’s Vladimir Cherdakov, the frontman of the legendary Narva rock-band AveNue, and the band’s bassist Kirill Smirnov are looking for a new sound.
At 9:20 p.m. it’s time for the psychedelic Wooden Whales. The guys (and a girl) from Murmansk will demonstrate enchanting dream-pop, striking rhythms, and all their northern charm.
At 10:15 p.m. it’s Anton Sevidov‘s turn. The frontman of the internationally famous Russian electro-pop band Tesla Boy will present brand new material from his solo album.
At midnight post-punk band Junk Riot will come up the stage. The duo from Tallinn will perform the songs from their latest new-wave infused album “Бесполезная молодость” (“Useless Youth”).
The programme will be closed by the bright and wild band Wet Red. The intriguing mix of synth-pop and glam-rock in the post-punk sauce is going to be the perfect ending to this underground night.