The Cowboy and the Princess – Quintron & Miss Pussycat – LIVE @ Urban Spree Berlin 16.04.2016
Quintron and Miss Pussycat offered Berlin audience an authentic conceptual show around true rock ‘n’ roll life style, starting with Rhinestone Cowboy, a Glen Campbell cover, and ending with New Year's Night (Boogie Children), where Quintron remembers how they met with Miss Pussycat. We get to learn better those two really nuts, but after Ring the alarm, Do the raid, Teenagers don’t know shit, and the incredibly sonic version of I hear voices, we had no doubts this pair is a nice one! Rush on to download that giant step in R’n’R berlin history before the erratic Rhinestone cowboy changes his mind!
To give a snap of the spice from the great Quintron & Miss Pussycat show, it should be mentioned about the custom keyboard, made by Quintron himself. Apparently a Hammond organ paired with some synth sounds, probably generated by the Drum Buddy machine of his own invention. All of this is hidden behind a Buick “carrosserie” with functioning lights and licence plates from Louisiana! The whole set sent to a Leslie cabinet for a wavy groove sound. Mr Quintron use some cymbals and hi-hat on the side as well as a lap steel on the top of his keyboard with open tuning, stuck with a drum stick.
On her side Miss Pussy Cat and her maracas rock it too, a prrrrr way! She opens the evening with an incredible puppet show, presented in a giant inflatable castle, with the funniest R’n’R puppets ever! I won’t tell anything about the plot to save the surprise for their upcoming audience! Never the less that puppet show seems to be totally integrated to the live performance and its total madness!
Play maximum volume and let’s dance as much as Miss Pussycat unleash puppets!!!
Die Letzte Metro
Die Letzte Metro is a collection of live recordings in different clubs in Berlin. Associated with Urban Spree, Die Letzte Metro also supports local bands with 2-days recording sessions followed by a gig in the basement of Urban Spree.
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