Punk, post-punk, starting with The Cure and other bands from the Creation Records catalog, to the distant echoes of Sonic Youth, a bit of shoegaze and psychedelic – all this is combined in the music of Budapest’s feminist activist band. The five, headed by the young singer Erika, have been working for over six years, have recorded two albums, have played in Europe and Iceland and at the famous American show SXSW. Straddling between sonic rides are songs like Clitoris Crucifix, whose name is as punk as it gets. They call themselves dissident-pop entertainers. They are spontaneous and, above all, they are for real.
The concert is supported by the Balassi Institute