Starting at 19:00 Ending at
ul. Budryka 4
The ØRGANEK formation was launched in 2013 on the initiative of its leader, Tom Organza, initially as the Power Trio. A year later, Adamas Staszewski (bass) and Robert Markiewicz (drums) joined keyboardist Tomasz Lewandowski. In the same year, the group released their debut album "Dumb", which hit the music market in Poland, providing the band with the top charts of radio stations and numerous awards and distinctions (eg Mateusz Trójki 2014, Szentota Offensywy 2014, Prize im Gregory Ciechowski 2014, nomination for the Fryderyk Award 2015).
In the years 2014 - 2016 the quartet gave over two hundred concerts in Poland and abroad, which he built himself a conscious and demanding audience, thanks to which album. "Dumb" was awarded Platinum status.
In the year 2016, the leader of the formation, Tomasz Organek, was invited to perform the function of musical director of the Men's Giving Orchestra 2016. At present, live band presents the material from the second album. "Black Madonna". On the one hand, the new album is a follow-up to the platinum debut "Stupid" and, on the other, an undeniable step forward.
ØRGANEK once again quotes the genres, conventions and films that have built the twentieth-century music, but also the whole western pop culture from which it grows. This time, however, it all sounds more modern thanks to the more complex production and the contemporary references to so far away stylists like punk or country. In the text layer ØRGANEK seems to touch the deepest layers of his sensitivity, as evidenced by the title track of the new album of formation.
The dark, unbridled, expressive character of the concerts attracts a large audience. After "Silly", the album "Black Madonna" is an invitation to the next meeting.
Pre-sale: 50 discounted / 55 ordinary - until 26.10
from 26.10: 55reduced / 60 normal Collectible tickets available at Klub Gwarek (Reymonta 7) and Filutek Club (Rostafiński 10) in the Town of AGHonline:
26.11.2017 / start 19:00 / 18:00 doors
Studio Club, ul. Budryka 4