Albertine Sarges (D)

The universality of pop music can mean different things to different people. For Albertine Sarges – Berlin-born musician and producer – it’s a vessel that she uses for self-exploration and growth. With her debut album “The Sticky Fingers”, Albertine Sarges presented her take on feminist theory, musings on bisexuality, and mental health. In her new EP “Family Of Things”, her musical endeavors plumbs new depths of unadorned and often self-confessional emotion. While she rounds off the story with a refreshing comedic edge, her music is also a platform to explore the self and contribute to the broader societal discourse. "Through her perky lyrics and parading basslines, Sarges filters out the salt from tears and washes her music in a powerful tide of self-acceptance. Social commentary just got fun.”(The Line Of Best Fit). It is all about the mundane explored, the distant brought closer, and the universal contained in the particular. It’s a project that yearns simply for genuine emotion, wherever that may be found. On stage, Albertine and her band take the audience through a surprising journey with twists and turns, displaying an insatiable mix of avant-garde pop, weird folk, magical flute, and impeccably groovy bass. She has deployed her spellbinding energy through numerous performances, headlining her own tours in the UK and Germany and opening for the like of Jane Weaver, Current Joys, Cassandra Jenkins, Metronomy or Stella Donnelly.

The performance is supported by the Czech-German Future Fund.


When and where?

6.5.2023 23:15 - 00:00
Rock Café