Our European merchandise liaison, Lo-Fi-Merchandise in Germany have just added new t-shirts, caps and a gym-bag to our ever growing collection of clothing and fan items! There are also more new shirts, buttons and CD's that will be put up on the Lo-Fi-Merchandise page in the coming weeks, so keep watching that web-shop!
The fans have voted, the promoter heard it, and APOP said YES PLEASE!
We are totally excited to announce that Apoptygma Berzerk will perform at the Castle Party Festival 2018 in Bolkow, Poland on Friday the 13th. July.
We haven't visited Poland for a while, and we've never played Castle Party Festival before, so there are many things to be joyous about here, and the fact that our Norwegian brothers Mortiis and Gothminister also will be playing there this year, makes it a chance for a great party that you shouldn't miss!
We hope to see you there, and to show the Castle Party attendees what APOP is really about!
Do zobaczenia tam!!!
We can confirm that there will be two gigs in Germany in February 2018.
So far we have booked shows in Oberhausen (Kulttempel) 16/02/18 and in Leipzig (E-Only Festival) 17/02/18.
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We haven`t played live in the southern parts of Sweden since 1994, but December 9th, we'll be back, performing at electriXmas 2017. Our friend Daniel Myer will be there with his project Architect, and we're looking forward to entertaining Malmø together with him, as well as ME THE TIGER, Seeming and Electronic Frequency!
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Finally we can announce that Apop will play at the E-Only Festival in Leipzig in the beautiful venue "Leipziger Stadtbad". For more info check the live section!
We created new shirts for you guys, and we are glad you like the new design so much that we almost sold out at Amphi Festival! You can now find the new shirts in our shop!
Castle Party Festival 2018
M'era Luna Festival 2018
"It's Apoptygma Berzerk, Jim - but not as we know it."
APOP reinvents itself - again - with an exciting new sound; different from, but complimentary to, the electro rock future pop stylings of previous releases.
On Exit Popularity Contest (a fix-up of the 12" EPs Stop Feeding The Beast, Videodrome and Xenogenesis), APOP founder Stephan Groth distils the essence of carefully selected pioneers to construct a classic yet refreshingly contemporary sound. Varied and vital, it brings instrumental music back into the spotlight, and after the wildly enthusiastic audience reaction to the sold-out performance in Norway last year, it appears he has tapped into a rich seam of electronic pleasure for a new generation as well as older aficionados.
Always a musical chameleon, Groth pays homage to his roots through emulating the analogue soundscapes of innovators like Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis and Klaus Schulze, and the driving motorik Krautrock rhythms of Neu!, Cluster and La Duesseldorf, all filtered through his own unique Scandinavian sensibility. In doing so he has created a vibrant, colourful 21st century palette on which to blend these classic influences from the Golden Age of electronic music.
Exit Popularity Contest demonstrates an admirable musical purity and sincerity, channeling the best of the past to forge a path into the future.