Mauro Pawlowski: 'Eternal Sunday Drive' / support: Hi Hawaii
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Limitless melodic pop music
Mauro Pawlowski releases his first album under his own name after 20 years. Eternal Sunday Drive will be released post-summer. You can already get a taste of this album with the first singles 'Always Someone', 'Spotlight' and 'The Silent Sky'. Limitless melodic pop music for those who crave it.
Mauro is what you could call "rock royalty". He remains one of the key figures in the Belgian contemporary music scene ever since he kick-started his career in 1992 as the frontman of the infamous cult band Evil Superstars.
The insatiable Mauro was a member of dEUS for many years, but he was also the brain behind countless other musical projects and alter egos. He had a hand in over 100 albums, and counting.
Mauro is now releasing a new solo album, something that a generation of music lovers have longed for over the past decade.
Support: Hi Hawaii
Hi Hawaii was born out of song leftovers by multi-instrumentalists Jens Bouttery & Lennart Heyndels which have a rich background in jazzbands, popbands, music for theatre, dance and film. Their starting point is the love for a good sing-a-long popsong.
However, improvisation and dynamics will not give way in their performances. The core sound of the band is their basic root instrument: Jens on drums and Lennart on electric bass. On top of that, there is a playground of modular & analogue synths, samples and their voices. The duo has it’s roots in Brussels and is currently based in Brussels & Rotterdam.
They present their debut album The List.
It must have been at the 5th minute that we realised that any resistance was futile even in the back of the hall. We would have sworn a 5-piece band was giving it’s best.
An organization of Democrazy and Handelsbeurs Concertzaal
Within the framework of 40 Years Democrazy
photo © Michiel Venmans