A night of worship at the Muffathalle!
Opening the night, alone on stage and only with a guitar and several effects pedals was Tashi Dorji. The improvisational guitarist was on stage for about 40 minutes exploring his world with the audience showing different moods and feelings. Punctually at 9 pm the Canadians Godspeed You! Black Emperor enter the stage, drop by drop. The Canadian cult band is known for their peculiar live performances in which projected films are shown through various devices on stage during their musical performances. I would say that there is an extra element to the band because the projections are made with old film reels and worked live, making the perfect marriage between music and image.
An unforgettable night with the band giving themselves indulging themselves for over 1h30m to an audience surrendered to the manifesto and ideological emancipation of the members on stage. We are grateful for the opportunity to have been able to witness this unique spectacle.