When:
mΓ€rts 26, 2020 @ 7:00 p.l. – mΓ€rts 27, 2020 @ 11:30 p.l.
2020-03-26T19:00:00+00:00
2020-03-27T23:30:00+00:00
Where:
Sveta Baar
Telliskivi 62
Tallinn 10412

The ecoregion stretches 14 meters along the Northern suburbs of Telliskivi. The terrain is a flat, moody and cultural tundra. Climate is characterized by high variation in emotional value, both daily and seasonally. In this Tundra Garden we welcome 4 amazing live acts leading into the moody, mysterious corners of Sveta Baar.

– Supa PΓΌx π™‡π™žπ™«π™š
𝙑π™ͺ𝙑π™₯π™šπ™¨ π™‘π™–π™œπ™€π™₯π™ͺ𝙨 – in its complex underground dens, the Vulpes lagopus lives in some of the most frigid extremes on the planet, but they do not start to shiver until the BPM rises to 145.
✷ https://soundcloud.com/supapyx/tracks

– AG-VS π™‡π™žπ™«π™š
𝘽π™ͺ𝙗𝙀 π™¨π™˜π™–π™£π™™π™žπ™–π™˜π™ͺ𝙨 – The snowy owl is typically found experimenting in the northern circumpolar region. When perched, Snowy owls often face the sun, which has been suggested to represent a visual and tonal display across long distances in open habitats.
✷ A new amazing audiovisual duo by two of our local heroes!

– Jasperino π™‡π™žπ™«π™š
π™‡π™–π™œπ™€π™₯π™ͺ𝙨 𝙒π™ͺ𝙩𝙖 – In Japan, it is known as the raichō (ι›·ι³₯), which means “thunder bird”. The rock ptarmigan prefers higher elevations in frequencies and more barren drum sounds (at times sounding like thunder).
✷ https://jsprno.bandcamp.com/

– KEETAI π™‡π™žπ™«π™š
𝙐𝙧𝙨π™ͺ𝙨 π™’π™–π™§π™žπ™©π™žπ™’π™ͺ𝙨 – whose native range lies largely within the industrial and noise circle. They have evolved to occupy a wider range of tonal nichΓ© by adding drum machines into their region of habitat.
✷ https://keetai.bandcamp.com/

Ticket for the night is 5€. For Bigger groups we can work out a good deal!