Mark Oliver Everett and EELS, the band he founded in 1991, released Extreme Witchcraft, their latest, fourteenth studio album in 2022. After more than twenty years, the group could work again with John Parish, with whom they once recorded the highly successful Souljacker album. “John Parish is one of the most even-tempered, polite people I’ve ever met,” Everett once said. “A true gentleman. But when he gets into the studio he becomes a mad scientist. If you make music with John Parish, you get stuff no one else does. He has a really unique toolbox and musical outlook. Perhaps his politeness is a coping mechanism to keep Mr. Hyde under control when he’s out of his laboratory.” The songs on the new album are about both great and small things, about mortality and languid Los Angeles bees, the postman ringing at impossible times.
This concert of the Bartók Spring is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with Akvárium Klub.
Beyond its elegant and attractive design, the club’s main hall features a unique sound system and optionally configurable spatial elements. The Main Hall is the perfect venue for professional stage productions, fashion shows, major concerts, conferences, seated and gala events as well as car shows. Its unique sound system and sound insulation makes the Main Hall of Akvárium Klub one of the best concert halls in the city. The concert hall can be utilized without a sound limit!
Smoking is allowed in designated open-air spaces
Bicycle parking rack in public space