Konzerttipps für Leipzig und sonstwo

Text: Redaktion | Ressort: Veranstaltungen | 11. Februar 2018

16.04. Ätna, FHLAIPW > UT


17.04. Pink Turns Blue > Moritzbastei


17.04. Heretoir, Wear Your Wounds, Stomach Earth > Naumanns


17.04. Candice Gordon > Ilses Erika


18.-21.04. Doom Over Leipzig > UT & Werk 2

s. Artikel

19.04. Blood Youth > Naumanns


19.04. Erdmöbel > Moritzbastei



20.04. Dÿse, GT > Naumanns


20.04. 30 Minute Gigs pt. IV > Ilses Erika

Contra Solaris [ambient, dark jazz, trip kraut_leipzig]
Mouth [art pop, art punk_leipzig]
GÖTTERSCHEIßE [snailpop, freak elektro_leipzig]
Tuggy [funk, art rock, prog, punk_leipzig]
SHY [wave, shoegaze_leipzig/berlin/cottbus]
OXO OHO [elektro pop, weirdo dance_dresden/berlin]

die nerven

20.04. Die Nerven > Conne Island


blitzen trapper

24.04. Blitzen Trapper > Conne Island


minami deutsch

24.04. Minami Deutsch, Sonic Jesus, Wisp > UT

» https://minamideutsch.bandcamp.com/
» https://sonicjesusband.bandcamp.com/
» wisp-kollektiv.de/

25.04. MDR-Sinfonieorchester – Hommage an Veljo Tormis > UT


king khan & the shrines

26.04. King Khan & the Shrines > Conne Island


26.04. Murmuratio (Arve Henriksen, Jan Heinke & Demian Kappenstein) > UT


27.04. Pristine, Taming the Shrew > Moritzbastei


lightning bolt

28.04. Lightning Bolt, The Body > UT

» www.facebook.com/thebodyband/
» www.laserbeast.com

28.04. Ghostmane > Naumanns



28.04. Converge > Conne Island


03.05. Fil Bo Riva > UT


04.05. GusGus > UT – Ausverkauft


11.05. Isolation Berlin > Naumanns


15.05. Scott Matthew > UT



2 Kommentare »

  1. Oh wow, kylesa! die hätte ich beinahe verpasst, hab sie das letzte mal im SO in Berlin gesehen. Da werde ich mich wohl mal wieder Richtung Leipzig bewegen müssen. Rock on!

  2. The EU and NATO could also strive, together with able and willing member states, to share best practices and make concrete proposals on how to improve civil-military cooperation and public-private cooperation at the national level. Create a joint EU–NATO cybersecurity and defense exerciseTo date, there are in general no regular, jointly organized exercises between the EU and NATO, despite the fact that these are key for the EU and NATO to better understand each other’s institutional processes, to develop common responses, and to cultivate a culture of trust. The creation of a major, annual EU–NATO cybersecurity and defense exercise could jump start more cooperation. Such an exercise could replicate a theoretical joint EU–NATO command and control center and invite EU and NATO staff to coordinate actions of the Union and the Alliance in responding to a large-scale cyber incident as part of hybrid crises. The focus should be on finding solutions in three areas where EU–NATO cooperation remains contentious: common situational awareness, efficient collective decision-making, and civilian-military information sharing. The Joint Exercise should also have the objective of cultivating a culture of sharing confidential and classified information and of building trust for information sharing between NATO and the EU. The aim should be to link live-fire technical level exercises to live strategic and operational level exercises, including the most senior officials of the EU, NATO, and member states. A truly innovative element would also be to develop scenarios for the use of offensive cyber capabilities to support the execution of EU and NATO missions or operations. So far EU and NATO exercises have been limited to the scenario of cyber crisis response, and did not escalate to full armed conflict against another state. But as attitudes toward offensive cyber capabilities are increasingly shifting, there is an opportunity to use an EU–NATO Joint Exercise to develop offensive doctrines as well. The place to host an EU–NATO Joint Exercise could be the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn that could offer a neutral platform, as well as its expertise and experience in planning and organizing cyber exercises. The lessons learned from the Joint Exercise should be shared with EU and NATO staff, the North Atlantic Council, and the EU Political and Security Committee and with stakeholders in national capitals. The lessons learned should also help align training and education objectives and requirements for EU and NATO staff and militaries. Study the adequacy of the cybersecurity and defense concepts and strategiesEU or NATO planning is inwardly focused, revolving around member states’ existing capabilities and institutions, while their adversaries often plan their capabilities around the specific vulnerabilities of the actors they expect to confront.