Together with UPT and the Institute of the Present, we invite you to an electric concert provided by Șuie Paparude, with the band Zimbru opening. The concert marks the opening of the exhibitions Bright Cityscapes: Turn Signals - Design is not a Dashboard and Performing 89, which take place on the same day.
We are waiting for you in the FABER courtyard to dance to punk, electro and indie synth rhythms, on September 7, from 19:30. Entry is free, let's enjoy together an eclectic mix of knowledge, art, design and music!
Șuie Paparude is one of the first electronic bands in Romania, founded in 1993. Being the most experienced Romanian breakbeat act, the group approaches an alternative new-wave musical style. During their 30 years of experience, they have opened for Depeche Mode, Exploited, Goldfraap, Madox, Kraak&Smack. They are recognized as the classics of electronic music, having a distinct sound and style comparable to very few other local bands. In 2023, Suie Paparude means: Michi, Dobrica, Junkyard.
Zimbru is one of the most promising indie and art-rock bands in Romania, being often mentioned as one of the rising stars in the country. They combine elegant and moody vocals, challenging analog synth riffs with unique textures and analog and electronic drums. Made up of four friends: Teodora Retegan, Paul Bucovesan, Andrei Bobiș and Oana Pop, the band Zimbru creates, through its music, nostalgic and playful stories.
The concert is part of the Bright Cityscapes program, organized by the Polytechnic University of Timișoara and FABER, within the "Timișoara - European Capital of Culture 2023" program, with funding from: Timișoara City Hall through the Project Center, the Romanian Order of Architects, the Flex Foundation and Alber Foundation.
Concert realized with the support of: Azur Romania, Banca Transilvania, Continental Romania, Flex Romania, Hamilton Central Europe, Honeywell, Nokia Romania, Vivalia Real Estate, Köber Industries, Dealul Dorului, Siniat. Mobility partner: Autonom Romania