Odd things will take place in Kupla on March 23, 2024!
Kumma (eng. odd, weird) is a new intimate festival that combines the most interesting indie music of the moment and other weirdness. The event will be held for the first time on Sat March 23rd in Kupla, an event space converted into a former bank hall, located in Tapiola.
Sir Liselot, Maa ilmasta, Babel, Sepikka and Pambikallio take care of the music of the event.
Sir Liselot is a DIY knight and music fan who experiments with different sounds and styles without prejudice. Sir Liselot does not settle for familiar formulas, but serves continuous surprises both on record and live.
Maa ilmasta has toured their home country diligently and made a name for themselves as a wild live band, whose gigs can be just as sensitized and painted as well as rock’n’roll. On the other hand, the band performing “Finnish instrumental music” has also been quoted in art music circles, such as in Rondo Classic -magazine.
Babel is ethereal pop music and heavenly synergy. As if bound by some mystical force, Karin Mäkiranta and Mikko Pykäri joined forces culminating in a harmonious and soothing Babel. Helsinki-based Pykäri, known from the bands Regina and Shine 2009, is one of Finland’s most internationally renowned pop music visionaries and producers, while Mäkiranta’s indie band Karina was nominated for the best album of the year in the Nordics for their debut.
Sepikka’s artist name hides Joni Seppänen, who received numerous awards and nominations with their debut album released in 2021. In the artist’s distinctive world, we identify with animals, praise friendship and make perceptive observations about people and our time. Sepikka will release his long-awaited second album in February.
Pambikallio has charmed with their Finnish psychedelic pop right from their first releases. The band burst into the indie sky in 2022 and has grown from the duo formed by Pauliina Koivusaari and Lauri Kallio into a sparkling live band of five. Around Pambikallio’s hazy and glittering dreampop backbone, have grown delightfully swinging, purposefully buzzing and psychedelic magical limbs. The end result is universally sovereign.
Kumma Sat March 23 from 17:00 to 02:00. K-18. All of Kumma’s drink and food are vegan. The event’s main hall is accessible.