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Barackca 'Rise Your Fist' tour 2022

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Krisz, Sep 6, 2022.

  1. Krisz

    KriszMember New Member

    with my band Barackca we organize 'Rise Your Fist' tour in October. We still have few empty days yet, maybe you know someone who intrested to help make gig for us. Here is the dates where we need concert:
    10th - anywhere in Belgium or south/middle Netherlands or Saarland/Rheinland-Pfalz/Nordrhein-Westfalen
    11th - anywhere in Belgium or south/middle Netherlands or Saarland/Rheinland-Pfalz/Nordrhein-Westfalen
    12th - anywhere in Belgium or south/middle Netherlands or Saarland/Rheinland-Pfalz/Nordrhein-Westfalen
    16th - anywhere Netherlands or Nordrhein-Westfalen/Niedersachsen/Hessen/Rheinland-Pfalz/Sachsen-Anhalt/Thüringen/north-Baden-Würtenberg
    17th - anywhere Nordrhein-Westfalen/Niedersachsen/Hessen/Rheinland-Pfalz/Sachsen-Anhalt/Thüringen/north-Baden-Würtenberg
    18th - anywhere Nordrhein-Westfalen/Niedersachsen/Hessen//Sachsen-Anhalt/Thüringen/north-Baden-Würtenberg

    If you don't know or remember to us:
    BARACKCA an political punk/hc band from shitland (hungary). Since 1993 we play our non compromise lyrics with own styled punk/hc music which is mixed the hungarian punkstyle with US hardcorepunk with anarcho mentality. Our songs are most often politically and socially critical, strongly anti-capitalist and therefore anti-fascist and against violence and discrimination. Some songs are about people's generally poor emotional state, caused by current politics, consumerism, domestic violence and wars. We try to give some ideas to solve that kind of problems. We sing in hungarian language, but between the songs we explain about the songs and our meanings on English or German. In those many years we play around whole Europe and South-East Asia more than 820 concerts. Released 8 albums and we working on our next one which we would like to release in next year when we have 30th years anniversary.

    What we have:
    We have full backline with us and other bands can use that too. (2x guitar amps+cab., 1x bass amp+cab., drumkit (22"-12"-13"-16" with 4 cymbalstands)

    What we need:
    DIY conditions: some food, drink and sleeping place for 5 person and money to cover our tour expenses.


    you can free listen our music and read our lyrics (english translated too) :
    https://barackca.bandcamp.com

    you can find more info's about us:
    https://barackca.hu

    watch few video's with english subtitle:
    1. Történelem (History)

    2. Munkadal (Working song):

    3. Háború (War): https://youtu.be/kjlHyPaq4Nw

    4. Ellenörzés alatt (Under control):

    Let me know if you can help! Or just come over to one concert nearby you.
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  2. Krisz

    KriszMember New Member

    as you can see, english is not my mother language, so I just knew now what is the difference between 'Raise' and 'Rise', (in the school 32 years ago we had 6 english teacher within 4 years and all of them was started the book from beginning. Mostly I picked up english when we started making tour outside of Hungary so I just learned on the streets)
    I just changed the flyer of the tour.
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  4. Spike one of many

    Spike one of manyExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    Fuck, how come I've never heard of your band before!? You guys are amazing! Because you mentioned singing in your native language: Don't ever change that! It's one of the things I love about punk. BTW. whoever's on vocals: your German is pretty good :)
    Pity I can't help you out with concert bookings in Nordrhein-Westfalen cos I used to live there but maybe this link can help you: AK47 Konzerte | Facebook
    Good luck!
     
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  5. Krisz

    KriszMember New Member

    I don't know neither, but we had only 127 concerts in Germany, not to much if you split with the last 20 years. But we always happy to see and become know new people. Thanks your nice words, but in hungary the people doesn't understand why the people coming to our concerts if they don't speak Hungarian. :-D
    Once in Italy an old man (62 years old) come to the concert and listen then after he come to us with translator to tell us, he don't understand hungarian and english, but he was feel from the songs wibe what the songs are about. He said almost exatly 5-6 songs told to us and all wat he told us was correct.
    I contacted with AK47, but unfortunately they do gig just Thursday-Friday-Saturday. If you have a time come to 15th October to Münster. (Next year we gonna play in Bochum and Mülheim and maybe Düsseldorf too in that area)
    Yeah, singer living in Austria since 2011, this is why now he speak more german too, I living in Netherlands since 2007. Other two member living in Budapest.
     
  6. Spike one of many

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    Haha, yeah I'm funny like that I guess :p

    Yeah, that's it! (Not that I want to start a fight with bands that switch from their native language to english, but...) it just feels more natural and honest that way. I's just my personal feeling.

    Pity about that...
    I would come to see you but I'm living in South Africa now :D
     
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    So, Krisz, you're living in the Netherlands now? How are you liking it there? I stayed with some friends in Amsterdam and I absolutely loved it there. Best city in the world! :D I didn't want to go back home when it was time to leave.
     
  8. Krisz

    KriszMember New Member

    I was 10 when I first visited the Netherlands in 1988. I was so impressed by the different type of buildings and the fact that everything was so flat and smooth that I decided I would like to live here one day. Then 20 years later, as the political and economic situation in Hungary was getting worse, my partner and I decided to move. Then I decided to move to the Netherlands and I wrote to a Dutch friend (who organised our tours in the Netherlands) and he told me to let him know when and he would help me. Then 8 months later the EU opened up free migration to the new member states. I told my buddy and after 2 months with 13 euros in my pocket I went out to his place, got a job and lived in his squat in Eindhoven for a few months. I got a lot of culture shock from the differences between the two countries. Amsterdam is too crowded and almost unlivable for me with tourists, I mostly only go there occasionally for a concert or when we play there. Of course, I also take my relatives who visit me there. Interestingly, having lived in larger cities before (Budapest and Berlin) I didn't think I could live in a small place for any length of time. But then I moved to Eindhoven and got used to the quieter, smaller city. From there we literally moved to a forest with my family where we lived for 4 years, a couple of families lived there and I liked the peace and quiet and the sound of nature so much that I knew I would never move to a big city again. Even now I'm on the edge of a small town, 5 minutes from the forest, and my living room window overlooks a lake. Unfortunately for me, after I moved here, there was a change of government here too, with a liberal conservative party in favour of capitalism. Therefore, all social benefits have been cut over the last 12 years, and the poor and hard-up have only got worse off. People are closed and self-centred here. So I live here because I am now too much tied up here. I love nature here as much as in all the other countries I've been to. You can meet normal and nice people all over the world, but also idiot assholes. I don't know, maybe I'll move out of here one day when my younger daughter is grown up and needs me less. Then maybe the Polynesian island world would attract me.

    What about you? Why you moved to South Africa?
     
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    I moved to SA with my parents when I was 6, went to school here and after I finished school I
    moved back to Germany. I had met some punks there previously while on holiday (vacation) in Düsseldorf, with whom I stayed in contact with and who knew of my intention of finally moving to Germany for good (in case you don't know the expression, for good means forever) and who offered me a place to stay. They also helped me get set up with social security and so on and I finally got my own place. I got married there and after some years we moved to Berlin. Four years later we got divorced. Finally free again, I thought I'd try out the squatter lifestyle for myself, as I knew lots of people who lived in squatts, it was no problem for me to move into a squatt of my choice. to make a long story short, in the early 90's I decided I'd had enough of Germany and moved back to South Africa.

    Yeah, you're right about Amsterdam being full of tourists but I loved being among large crowds of people. And I noticed in Amsterdam the people don't get out of your way, you just have to bulldoze your way through the crowds, haha. Anyway, I understand what you mean, it's different when you're younger I guess. It's also different if you just live in a place for a short time or if you live there permanently. Now I also prefer being in nature. I love the forest environment particularly.
    The mountains too. We have lots of that here.
    Yeah, some tropical island would be nice, but pick one that doesn't have too many natural
    disasters like tsunamis or hurricanes :D Mind you, Japan would be a nice place to live, even
    though they do have those things, unfortunately.
     
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