Aparte de las bandas famosas de la escena, el próximo programa WGT incluirá nuevamente varios tesoros ocultos cuyos nombres quizá no sean conocido por todos, pero que seguramente realizarán conciertos sobresalientes, asi que vale la pena echar un vistazo y escuchar algunas canciones de los artistas que no conoces.
Aquí hay algunas canciones de algunas bandas menos conocidas, pero interesantes y artistas que se presentaran en el WGT 2017 (En Ingles)
Minimal Techno, Ambient | Turkey
The woman behind this somewhat oddly named project is the Istanbul producer Basak Günak. The mostly instrumental tracks, which drift between Ambient, Minimal Techno and Post-rock, are atmospheric, dark and hypnotic. Dreaming, dancing, wondering - everything is possible. Recommended for friends of Thom Yorke, Apparat or Plaid
Neoklassik, Ethereal | Germany
Ethereal, wafting chamber-folk, carried by the heavenly voice of Sabine Hornung, who leads a large ensemble of classical musicians. Sometimes indistinguishable from the undisputed ruler of the genre, Loreena McKennitt,
Post Rock | Polen / Poland
Post Rock has been an integral part of WGT for several years now. The program includes not only well known bands like God Is An Astronaut, Caspian or I Like Trains that already played at WGT, but also relatively unknown acts like this fantastic formation from Poland. A highly recommended tip for fans of the genre.
Gothic Rock | UK
Founded in 1985, BFG was one of the prototypes of the Gothic Rock. They supported New Order on their 86 tour and were often compared to Joy Division. Now they are back again, having recently played a well received gig in Berlin.
Pagan Folk, Medieval | Spain
A new, sympathetic ensemble from Valencia, named after a giant winged snake from northern Spanish mythology. Friends of Hagalaz' Runedance or Trobar De Morte should attend at least one of their two planned concerts.
Industrial, Angstpop | Spain
After the performance of TeDIS last year, we present another stage premiere of a band from the industrial cult label "Galakthorrö". Gloomy, reduced analogue electronics, varied from danceable to destructive, with an alien, mostly female voice intoning in Polish and English.
Indie, Postpunk | UK
Their 2015 self-titled debut album was a smash hit, this year they follow up with their second album and finally their first appearance at the WGT! Music lovers, who mourn the demise of a band called "The Organ" and still hold a place in their hearts for Cure or the Smiths as well, will want to be there or they might kick themselves in the pants in regret.
"Tragic Wave" | USA
Andew Clinco aka "Deb DeMure" has been running his solo project since 2012. Before that he was the drummer for the outstanding band Marriages. His current LP "The Demonstration" mixes relaxed electronic rhythms with guitar sounds like The Cure or The Chameleons once made.
Ethereal, Wave | Australia
Eldergoths may remember the US label "Project" as the Wavers and Romantics who in cooperation with their German colleagues, Hyperium, consistently produced fantastic releases of bands like Lycia, Love Spirals Downwards, and Black Tape For A Blue Girl in the 90s . The cutting edge of the Project program was a band called Eden, which has become an obscurity over the years. Their mini-album "Healingbow" (1993), recorded with Pieter Bourke, who would later work with Lisa Gerrard and others, remains one of the milestones of the genre. Friends of Dead Can Dance or the above listed Project bands should listen up here, because after their recent reconfiguration, Eden is now coming to Europe for the first time.
Neoklassik, Neofolk | Italy
Already making their second appearance at the WGT, but still worth mentioning. Powerful, Italian Neofolk. Friends of Argine, Corde Oblique or
Ashram should not miss this concert.
Minimal Synth | France
New one-man project from France that produces spherical-melodic synth sounds, quasi the male answer to Hante.
Indie, Post Punk | Deutschland / Germany
This indie band suddenly presents itself visually and musically as a German version of The Cure and titled their current album "Desintegration" (!). Still, it's obvious they aren't flat and calculated copycats -- "Desintegration" is an honest concept album dealing with the disappointed dreams of the time of the German reunification and the bleak, broken world of the present. The German lyrics may require a bit of getting used
to, but the music is so good that it it's worth it.
EBM | Sweden
The Progress Productions label (home of Kite, Hendric De La Cour, Agent Side Grinder, etc.) once again serves as a talent-forge and quality guarantee for high-quality electronic sounds, in this case for the finest Old-School-EBM from a new Swedish project.
Moon Far Away
Neofolk | Russia
In principle, MFA has always been the spearhead of Eastern European Neofolk and is thus no longer a really secret tip. The ensemble draws inspiration from the old North Russian folklore and creates an entranced mood on its rare concerts, not in the least through the ritual-like costumes and masks. After their 2011 performance, now appearing for the second time at the WGT.
Neoklassik, Ambient | Schweden / Sweden
The names of the musicians behind the well-known band names are not always common knowledge, so it should be pointed out that this is the head of the (ex-Cold-Meat-Industry) cult project Arcana. Peter has just released a new solo album, which upon the first listen goes a bit in the direction of Shoegaze, so be ready for something unexpected.
Synthpop, Future Pop | Schweden / Sweden
Again, the label Progress Productions from Sweden is the pearl diver who discovered this act. Red Cell certainly do not reinvent the wheel, but their talent for melodies is clear.
Post Punk, Cold Wave | USA
It would be tough find a darker band in this genre. The songs of this band from Detroit, which after two albums are finally playing at the WGT, are hopeless and suffocating, hypnotic and abysmal.
Elfenpop, Ethereal | Holland
They come from the Netherlands and call their music "Witchpop". They sound similar to bands like Euzen, Valravn or Mila Mar. If you hold these
bands close to your heart, don't miss Shireen.
Postrock, Shoegaze, Black Metal | France
With her current album "Wistful" the Norwegian multi-instrumentalist steers stylistically toward the so-called "Blackgaze", which was recently created by bands such as Alcest. To dismiss her as a mere clone, however, would not do justice to the quality she delivers or her angelic voice which brings something beautiful to the sound spectrum. In contrast to her studio work, at the WGT of course she will not all play the instruments herself, but will appear with a full band.
The Agnes Circle
Post Punk | UK
Fresh London Post-Punk duo stylistically similar to bands like The Soft Moon, Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat or Winter Severity Index.
Wave, Postpunk | USA
The US band Blacklist was already confirmed for the WGT some years ago, but they broke up shortly before the Treffen. Now, Joshua Strawn comes to Leipzig with his current project Vain Warr - and according to his own statements, he'll be bringing along a few Blacklist songs from epic album "Midnight Of The Century".
Wave, Postpunk | Belgium
One of the most promising new bands of the genre, hailing from Belgium. They already set an ice-cold milestone with their first EP in 2015. Songs such as "Time" or "Wall" are by all means indispensable for a good club playlist.
Wires & Lights
Wave, Postpunk | Germany
After the dissolution of his band Passion Play, which gave their last concert at the WGT, Justin Stephens begins a new era under the name "Wires & Lights". It is their second appearance after their debut at the 15th anniversary party of the legendary "Pagan Love Songs" party series in Bochum.